Today's News

  • Fair Board in Shambles

    ‘I don’t know’…. ‘I don’t remember’….’I heard’ and ‘I was told’ dominated the gathering of LaRue County Fair Board members, stockholders and concerned community members Thursday April 11.

  • One Year Wet

    On this day, one year ago, voters said yes to alcohol sales in the city of Hodgenville.

    In 2017 Hodgenville Council member Lisa Reidner began a petition for a wet/dry vote. This controversial debate circulated around the community and turned into a special election held on April 17, 2018.

  • Grand Jury Indicted 7 on April 15

    The LaRue County Grand Jury Indicted seven people on Monday April 15. All of the acts listed are alleged until proven guilty in a court of law.

    Christopher Farris, 37, of Hodgenville was indicted for complicity to receive stolen property by receiving a 2007 Lincoln Townecar Limousine, knowing that it was stolen or having reason to believe it was stolen. The alleged acts took place on February 21, 2019. Farris’ bail was set at $5,000 cash plus conditions.

  • Roll over on Old Elizabethtown Road

    At 10:43 a.m. on April 12 the Hodgenville Police Department responded to 1170 Old Elizabethtown Road on a single vehicle collision involving a roll over. Investigation revealed that a Ford Mustang, operated by Branden Perdue of Elizabethtown, had exited the roadway for unknown reasons. The vehicle entered a large ditch and slid sideways rolling over and coming to rest after striking a fire hydrant.

  • Vehicle collision on Lincoln Farm Road

    At 7:42 p.m. on April 10 the Hodgenville Police Department responded to 1006 Lincoln Farm Road on a multi vehicle collision involving a roll over. Investigation revealed that a Chevrolet HHR, operated by Darla Wilson of Buffalo, was crossing Lincoln Farm Road between Lincoln Drive and the Valero gas station. The second vehicle involved was an Infiniti G20, operated by Robert Clan of Greensburg. Mr. Clan was south bound on Lincoln Farm Road.

  • Multiple students recognized at Board Meeting

    The April 15 LaRue County School Board meeting started by recognizing multiple students for their achievements. The first student to be recognized was Jada Hunter-Hayes who was accepted into The Gatton Academy for the 2019-20 school year. Hunter-Hayes is a 16 year old sophomore at LCHS. She has received multiple honors such as Sophomore of the year for cross country, she has been selected for HOBY, Select Preps, she is a cofounder of Innovative Females in Technology (IFIT), and had an Honorable mention at NCWIT.

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  • Fair Stockholders in the Dark

    In a special called stockholders meeting of the LaRue County Fairgrounds, held Tuesday evening April 4, stockholders, current and past fair board and members of the community gathered at the fairgrounds property located at 375 S. Greensburg Street in Hodgenville.

    Those in attendance sat in a dark Morrison-Phelps building, as the electricity to the building had been disconnected due to non-payment.

  • Man involved in dangerous pursuit indicted

    An Elizabethtown man who led multiple police agencies on a lengthy chase in February that ended in a field in Sonora was indicted Thursday by a Hardin County grand jury on four felony charges.

    Joshua Logsdon, 34, remains hospitalized at a Louisville hospital. He was shot multiple times after eight police officers fired at him about 30 minutes after a high-speed pursuit began Feb. 26, according to investigators.

  • Search for Dye continues in Hodgenville

    The Hodgenville Police Department is currently in search of 38-year-old Jerry Dye, of Hodgenville. Dye was indicted for 21 counts of wanton endangerment by allegedly causing a fire that led to the substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to 21 individuals, including four minors, one of whom was seriously injured during the fire.

    HPD Sergeant James Richardson stated, “We have been searching for Mr. Dye since his indictment warrant came out. We have been unable to locate him unfortunately.”