Today's News

  • Landlords vs. City of Hodgenville

    Approximately 15 different landlords in the City of Hodgenville attended the monthly city council meeting on Monday, August 13 to voice their opinions about a recent municipal order on the city’s utility services.

  • Urban and rural come together

    The historic downtown square in Hodgenville, KY was turned into an “AGStravaganza” event this past Saturday, August 11, 2018. With John Deere and International Harvester tractors staged at the four entrances onto the square, community members from the city and county joined together to share in an Agriculture Appreciation dinner, appropriately named, ‘Faith, Family, Farms and Food’.

  • Keeping the tradition

    While a lot of students went back to school participating in the traditional American heritages of the first day back to school, one LaRue County family had a different heritage of their own for their elementary school student.

  • Farm safety movie being filmed in New Haven

    After several years in the making, a farm safety movie is being filmed at a nearby family farm in New Haven.

    Part of the movie is being filmed at the Pottinger Family Farm (Affinity Farms) in New Haven near LaRue County and the rest of the movie is being filmed at a farm in Iowa. Well-known producer Sam Goldberg is the lead producer of the film and was also involved with film productions including Mildred & The Dying Parlor (2016), The Heart Machine (2014) and Keeping the Faith (2000).

  • Alcohol? Nobody Knows

    The Hodgenville City Council was updated about the current process of selling alcohol in the City of Hodgenville.

  • Rock lawsuit takes a twist

    There are several new twists to a high profile lawsuit between a Hodgenville business owner and the City of Hodgenville.

    Danny Rock, who is the owner of Rock properties and also a local attorney, is the plaintiff in the case. He filed the lawsuit against the city, Hodgenville Mayor Kenny DeVore and the Hodgenville Council.

  • “The Grandparent Scam”

    Scammers are evolving. With the rapid growth of Internet usage comes an influx of people’s personal information becoming more and more accessible. Scammers can use this information against their targets to make their stories more believable.

  • Making a splash in the “Big Apple”

    Once seniors graduate from LaRue County High School, their paths lead them to places as varied as the colors in a kaleidoscope.

    Seth Newby, for instance, a member of LaRue County High School’s Class of 2017, recently returned from a trip to New York City where he met the President of NASDAQ and also had his photo taken with ABC news anchor Robin Roberts.

  • Filings for non-partisan races increase as deadline draws near

    As the deadline drew near for those interested in the non-partisan races for the November general election, the LaRue County Clerk’s office reports the following filings as of 2 p.m. Tuesday, August 14, 2018.

    Incumbent Hodgenville Mayor Kenny Devore and current Hodgenville City Council member Jim Phelps, Jr., have filed for the Hodgenville Mayor’s position.

  • National Dig Safely Day

    National Dig Safely Day has added meaning in Kentucky this year, since it occurs as the Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) begins enforcement of the state law that protects underground natural gas and hazardous liquid pipelines from excavation damage.

    Under a law enacted by the 2018 Kentucky General Assembly that took effect on July 14, the PSC has begun investigating all incidents of excavation damage to natural gas or hazardous liquid pipelines in Kentucky, and has begun assessing penalties when appropriate.