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Community News

  • Rotary Club
  • Cleanup... Cleanup, Everyone Cleanup

    A community wide cleanup effort will take place this Saturday, November 17 beginning at 8 a.m. at Creekfront Park in Hodgenville. Due to the recent flooding in the area, the park is in need a little extra help this holiday season.

    City workers have been hard at work removing limbs and tons of debris from the park and around the playground area, but the public is being asked to join together to remove the debris from the walking paths, around poles and benches throughout the park.

  • Arlie Gardner Day

    While some may find it difficult to imagine reporting to work at the age of 90, Arlie Gardner remains focused on a job well done.

    On Monday, November 12, on his 90th birthday, Gardner walked into a conference room at the LaRue County Schools Board of Education with a step ladder on his shoulder and a roll of duct tape in his hand. Led to the room under the guise of a maintenance project, Gardner was met by coworkers and friends gathered to celebrate the longtime LaRue County Schools employee.

  • Mystery Fruit
  • Community Prayer Service
  • Be a Blessing this Christmas

    Halloween is over! Even though it might not be quite time to hang up your Christmas decorations and decorate the Christmas tree, it’s definitely time to donate to Christmas Blessings.

    Christmas Blessings is the program formerly known as Santa’s Helpers/Santa Bus. Nathan Wheeler, in conjunction with multiple churches in the surrounding area, took over the Santa Bus program at the beginning of this year and renamed the program Christmas Blessings.

  • Never Miss a Beat

    One thing is for sure, LaRue County won’t be missing a beat this month as a one of a kind concert has been planned in Hodgenville.

    A free concert entitled “Never Miss A Beat” will take place at the Hodgenville Civic Center on Friday, November 16 from 7 to 9 p.m. The concert will feature Dr. Krista Wallace-Boaz (pianist), Aaron Boaz (violinist) and Jason Kalish (American Tap Dancer).

  • Underwood’s First Harvest
  • Pumpkin decorating winners

    The LaRue County Public Library had a tie for the winners of their 2018 Great Pumpkin Decorating Contest. Tied for first place was Ashley McCarol and Evan Ragland. The pumpkins were inspired by the books Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Hank the Cowdog. The winners received free passes to Crawford Farms courtesy of Crawford Farms.

  • A time to resolve-part 2

     

    David Raleigh

    When the school year began, I spoke to my teachers and staff about goals and resolutions. It was a new school year with lots of new people in leadership positions, including myself, and we wanted a north star to help navigate us through our journey together.