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  • Head on collision involved two from Magnolia

    James R. (Jimmy) Lee, 78, of Magnolia and Zachary Taylor, 26, also of Magnolia were involved in what appears to have been a head on collision on May 4.

    At approximately 5:56 a.m. EDT, a call was received by the Kentucky State Police post 4 in Elizabethtown regarding the accident.

  • News of Record - May 15, 2019

    Court Briefs

    Blake Everett Barnes was arraigned on one count of speeding over 11 mph and one count of failure to wear seatbelts.

    Paul A Benningfield was arraigned on two counts of receiving stolen property.

    Ethan Cole Burden was arraigned on one count of careless driving.

    Anthony M. Carothers was arraigned on one count of expired registration plates, one count of expired registration receipt, and one count of operating on a suspended operator’s license.

  • HPD Reports seven incidents in May

    The Hodgenville Police Department has stayed active during the month of May with seven reported incidents.

    On April 30, HPD served an arrest warrant to Hugh Wager of Hodgenville. Wager was a passenger of a vehicle that was stopped for a traffic violation. During the traffic stop, it was discovered that Wager had multiple outstanding warrants. He was lodged with LCDC.

    On May 1, HPD served three warrants from LaRue County Distrcit Court to Travis Wilson. Wilson was already lodged within LCDC at the time that the warrants were served.

  • Hodgenville man charged following domestic assault

    A Hodgenville man was arrested on April 30 and charged with multiple offenses after reportedly assaulting his former girlfriend in her home in the 500 block of Madison Street and then threatening to set her vehicle on fire.

    Cory Lawler, 40, was charged with misdemeanor assault after Elizabethtown police say he struck a woman and scratched her, leaving visible scratches on her arms and bruising to her left eye, according to an Elizabethtpwn Police Department news release.

  • News of Record - May 8, 2019

    Court Briefs 

    Jeffery L. Bivins was arraigned on one count of speeding over 22 mph, one count of expired registration plates, and one count of license to be in possession.

  • News of Record - May 1, 2019

    Court Briefs

    Rileigh Jo Barker was arraigned on one count of speeding over 26 mph.

    Aletha N. Bault was arraigned on one count of expired registration plates and one count of expired Kentucky registration receipt.

    Andrew B. Campbell was arraigned on two counts of theft by deception.

  • 2019 Legislative Session Brought Major Wins for Kentucky Agriculture

    The 2019 session of the Kentucky General Assembly has concluded, with monumental accomplishments for school safety, the pro-life movement, and many other policy areas. Agriculture was likewise near the top of the list, as we took action to empower young farmers and level the playing field for our cattlemen in an age of newer, emerging technology.

  • LCHS Students Earn Over $1 Million in Scholarships

    LaRue County High School’s Class of 2019 earned well over a million dollars in scholarships announced during Senior Awards Night held May 8 in the high school gym, according to Clarissa Thomas, guidance counselor.

    During the ceremony, students were recognized for enlisting in the military, earning local and college scholarships, passing college and career exams, and attaining other accomplishments.

  • Farm and Home Calendar - May 15, 2019

    Pesticide Container Recycling

    The only date to bring in pesticide containers for the Rinse and Return Program will be Tuesday, September 3. As you spray your various pesticides this spring and summer, you are encouraged to properly rinse, store, and recycle them.

  • Summer Annual Grasses

    Summer annual grasses such as sudangrass, sorghum x sudangrass hybrids, pearl millet, and teff can all play a role for pasture and hay needs. If managed properly, these grasses can provide high yields of good quality forage in a short amount of time.

    Sudangrass (Sorghum bicolor ssp. drummondi) is a rapidly growing annual grass in the sorghum family. It is medium yielding and well suited for grazing or hay because of its smaller stem size. Sudangrass regrows quickly after harvest and can be grazed several times during summer and early fall.