Community News

  • American Pickers coming to Kentucky

    A popular reality television series will be traveling through Kentucky during the month of October and they are currently looking for places to film.

    Recruiters for the show “American Pickers” are currently looking for places to “pick” throughout Kentucky and possibly in LaRue County. Some of the items they are seeking are vintage bicycles, toys, advertising memorabilia, automotive items and more.

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  • More than a flag

    A lot of people wouldn’t think that receiving a free flagpole and American flag was a big deal, but it is a big deal for the members of the Buffalo Fire Department.

    BFD recently received a free flagpole and American Flag from the Woodmen of the World insurance company. They had a dedication ceremony before their business meeting on Tuesday, August 21. The flagpole and flag is located next to their fire station in downtown Buffalo.

  • Can’t put a finger on it

    Ken Gibson celebrated his 90th birthday August 23, but he can’t really put a finger on the reason for his longevity.

    Speaking at his home on Bailey Road last week, he offered, “I smoked, but quit several years ago; I drank some, but quit that, too; and the only way I watched my diet was looking at the food as I put it in my mouth.”

    He has attended church for many years, first at St. Anne’s in Howardstown and later at Our Lady of Mercy in Hodgenville. 

  • Lincoln Days Art Show Entries

    The 47th Annual Lincoln Day’s Art Show is currently taking entries.

    Participants can download the Lincoln Days entry Art Show form from the Lincoln Days website www.lincolndays.org or request a prospectus by calling The Lincoln Museum at 270- 358-3163 or by emailing abe@lincolnmuseum-ky.org.

    Artwork and Entry Forms must be delivered to the Lincoln Museum community room located on the square in downtown Hodgenville, KY by Wednesday, September 26, 2018.

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  • Writing in Washington D.C.

    A LaRue County High School senior received the chance of a lifetime this past summer as she was one of a select few across the country who attended a prestigious journalism and media conference.

    Kodee Brinegar was selected to be a National Youth Correspondent at the Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University. The conference includes education and hands on learning in communications, media research, new media, and electronic journalism.

  • DAR Summer Workshop