• Ribbon-cutting held for outdoor classroom

    With the opening of an outdoor classroom pavilion Nov. 12, Bob Sims could check off as completed another goal he has been working on for the past 10 years.

  • Fiscal court: Big Wheel fundraiser approved

    LaRue County Fiscal Court approved, with a set of conditions, permission for a group to use Cissal Hill to hold a benefit ride Nov. 30.

  • City's water ordinance continues to irk customers

      The City of Hodgenville’s latest water bill ordinance was enacted in March 2011 – but it still takes some people by surprise.

  • Candidates file for 2014

     The 2014 General Election is a year away but candidates could begin filing Nov. 6.

  • KSP investigation continues to affect city business

     Hodgenville City Council voted Monday to retain the services of Certified Public Accountant Susan Mouser for another year – if she’ll agree to stay on.

  • Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning Permits, October 2013

    Oct. 1 – Violette McMurtry, Knob School House Road, Sonora, plat

    Oct. 2 – Jeff Metcalf, White City Road, residence

    Oct. 2 – Michael Stinnett, New Jackson Highway, residence

    Oct. 3 – Blake Wheeler, Stiles Ford Road, addition/deck

    Oct. 7 – Danny Elliott, 800 Edlin Road, New Haven, plat

    Oct. 8 – Reggie McCubbin, Poplar Avenue, Magnolia, garage

    Oct. 8 – Sybil Skaggs, Bailey Road, Magnolia, plat

    Oct. 9 – Jeremy Lee, Gleanings Road, New Hope, garage

  • Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning Permits, September 2013

    Sept. 4 – Patsy Thomas, Greensburg Road, Buffalo, storage

    Sept. 5 – Matthew Willis, Vaughn Avenue, Hodgenville, storage

    Sept. 5 – Christine Whitlock, Tanner Road, residence

    Sept. 6 – Melinda Whitlock, Tanner Road, residence

    Sept. 6 – Steven Culver, Rust Road, New Haven, porch

    Sept. 9 – Donnie Sutherland, Ferrill Hill Road, Buffalo, deck

    Sept. 10 – Brett Carter, Harned-McCubbin Road, storage

    Sept. 11 – Elaine Alvord, Levelwoods Road, Campbellsville, residence

  • Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning Permits, August 2013

    Steven Gore, S. Dixie Hwy., Upton, post garage
    Bill Sloan, 108 N. L&N Turnpike, land division
    Sybil Skaggs, 3522 Bailey Road, Magnolia, rezoning
    Ray Nunn, 2157 Talley Oak Hill Road, Upton, rezoning
    Kaye Curle, Trumbo Road, conditional use permit
    Elijah Taylor, Tanner Road, Hodgenville, frame residence
    Cliff Circle, LG&E Road, Magnolia, frame residence
    Jean Sullivan, Jenkins Road, Upton, land division
    Jean Sullivan, Jenkins Road, Upton, variance
    Mary Reed, Gleanings Road, New Hope, land division

  • Bluegrass Pipeline facts presented to fiscal court

    LaRue County Fiscal Court magistrates listened as Sonya Mouser-Unoppet spoke to them about her research on the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline that could be laid across parts of LaRue County.
    Mouser-Unoppet asked to be on the agenda for the Oct. 25 meeting.
    She said Boardwalk Pipeline Partners and Williams have announced the intent to form a joint venture that would develop a pipeline system, known as the Bluegrass Pipeline, to transport natural gas liquids from the Marcellus and Utica shale formations in Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania to the Gulf Coast.  

  • New Haven Commission violated open meetings law

     The New Haven Board of Commissioners violated state open meetings law last month during its monthly meeting.

    The board went into closed session to discuss “personnel and land acquisition” during its September meeting.

    After the executive session, discussion and a motion were made to raise Public Works Director Tim Bartley’s salary by $1 an hour and a motion was made to get Bradley Eastland to work part time on the weekends.