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  • News of Record - April 17, 2019

    Court Briefs

    Jarod Barnes was arraigned on one count of first degree possession of a controlled substance.

    Carrie J. Carter was arraigned on one count of alchoholic intoxication in a public place and one count of violation of conditions of release.

    Cody Michael Kappell was arraigned on one count of fourth degree assault and one count of failure to notify address change to the department of transportation.

    Johnny Ray Keith was arraigned on one count of speeding over 10 mph and one count of driving on a DUI suspended license.

  • April 17 Hodgenville Police Report

    Incident 1

    At approximately 11:43 am on April 10 the Hodgenville Police Department contacted Danny Underwood of Campbellsville, Kentucky in the parking lot of the Circle K located at 600 N. Lincoln Drive. Underwood had an active warrant for his arrest through Marion County Circuit Court for absconding. He was arrested and lodged in the Larue County Jail. SGT James Richardson investigated.

    Incident 2

  • Senator Meredith Legislative Update

    After 30 productive legislative days in Frankfort, the Kentucky General Assembly bid farewell to the 153rd Regular Session.

  • News of Record

    Court Briefs

    Michael Logan Schrimer Jr. was arraigned for speeding 26 mph over the speed limit, and for operating on a suspended/revoked license.

    Destani Michelle Rogers was arraigned for speeding 26 mph over the speed limit, and failure of owner to maintain required insurance.

    Brian Wayne Milby was arraigned for failure to use child restraint device in vehicle.

  • Growing manufacturer finds new ways to recruit young talent

    Any manufacturing executive will tell you that talent recruitment is a top driver for remaining competitive, and attracting bright young employees is certainly part of the mix. At the same time, our communities and the Lincoln Trail region collectively must find new ways to retain our region’s young talent so that we can develop the workforce our businesses need to grow.

  • School Calendar - April 17, 2019

    School Calendar Updates

       Changes to the school calendar were approved by the LCS Board on March 18. Those changes are listed.

    May 6-10 - K-Prep Testing

    May 10 - Full day due to testing (no early release)

    May 21 - Election Day - No School - Teacher work day

    May 23 - Last day of school for students

    May 24 - Graduation

    May 24-29 - Staff work days

    May 29 - Closing day

    Abraham Lincoln Elementary School Updates

    April 17 – 3rd Grade Academic Team

  • Homeschool at the Library
  • Farm Bureau Member Appreciation
  • 64th Wedding Anniversary
  • Celebrating 89 years

    Cathy LaFollette celebrated her 89th birthday on April 13 at the Senior Citizens Center with friends. She enjoyed opening her cards; as of Saturday she had received 42 cards. Pictured on the left is Cathy LaFollette and on the right is Alta Florence.