Community News

  • Community News - June 20, 2018

    Rosleen Price remains the same. Let’s keep the family in our prayers.

    This Sunday morning, the Hodgenville Brotherhood will be singing in Indianapolis, Indiana where the Reverend Aaron Moss, Sr. is pastor.

    First Baptist- This Thursday at 6 p.m. will be choir rehearsal. Sunday morning will be Youth Day. The guest preacher will be Reverend Donte Paul.

    Lane Lincoln- Women’s Bible Study was Monday evening. Bible Study is this Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sunday morning will be Youth Sunday.

  • Vincent’s Flowers
  • Relay For Life Donation
  • Grandma’s Little Helper
  • Free Summer Meals

     With school out, it can be difficult for some kids to get a nutritious meal- or a complete meal- at all. The Summer Food Service Program that began on June 4, and continues through July 27, provides free summer meals throughout the community during the week.

    The program is for anybody under the age of 18, and they have been traveling throughout the community to six different locations every Monday through Friday to provide free lunches.

  • Rotary Club
  • LaRue musicians play in the Lebanon Music Festival
  • Community News

    Rosleen Price has returned home. The family desires your prayers.

    Congratulations to Tim/Toison Cobb who celebrated their 7th anniversary on Monday.

    Congratulations to the LaRue County Baseball team for an outstanding season.

  • Community Calendar


    Circuit Clerk’s Office closed

    The LaRue County Circuit Clerk’s office will be closed for training on June 14 and 15. The office will reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, June 18.

    New Action Office

    The LaRue County Community Action Office is now located at 112 N. Walters Ave, Hodgenville (inside the Senior Citizens Center). This is a temporary location pending a move to permanent quarters. Office hours are now Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Cruisin’ for a Cure

  • Remembering LaRue Dairy

    June is dairy month and dairying means a lot to the LaRue County citizens. Last year, from the sale of milk alone, an estimated $6, 200, 000 was brought into the LaRue County economy. And this doesn’t include the income generated through the sale of dairy cattle or other dairy related products, not the value of corn, hay, other feed products or other inputs into the dairies of LaRue County. Dairying is big business.