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Today's News

  • Hodgenville illusionist to perform at EPAC

    Aaron Harp is bringing his multi award-winning comedy, magic, and illusion show to the Elizabethtown Performing Arts Center (EPAC) at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 19.

    With more than 17 years of experience performing, Harp will have you on the edge of your seat as you witness his mind-bending illusions. The show will be full of surprises, never before seen illusions and his family-friendly comedy. Harp’s wife and assistant of 15 years, Samantha Harp, is celebrating a birthday the day before the show and he will likely have surprises lined up for her as well.

  • News Of Record - May 16, 2018

    Jail Log

    Bookings at the LaRue County Detention Center from Friday, May 4 to Friday, May 11, 2018

    Van M. Fountain, 43, of Mobile, Alabama, was lodged for careless driving, no operators license, failure to produce an insurance card, failure to maintain the required insurance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. He remains lodged in LCDC.

  • Former Lady Hawk, Lady Topper joins coaching ranks

    By Elliot Pratt

    Ivy Brown will still be on the Kentucky women’s basketball scene. The former Western Kentucky star has accepted a position as an assistant coach to Zach Simpson with the Greenwood High School girls’ basketball team.

    Brown led the Lady Toppers to three Conference USA championships and three NCAA Tournament appearances during her playing career at WKU. She’ll join the Greenwood staff while student teaching at Richardsville Elementary and Warren East High School.

  • Night To Shine

    Several LaRue Countians participated in the annual Night to Shine event at the Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown on Saturday, May 12. Night to Shine is a themed event for individuals with intellectual disabilities (15 years of age and older). Churches and community members come together to provide a safe and fun night full of games, dancing, food, and more. Averaging over 200 guests, plus family members and group home leaders, Night to Shine has been serving this community since 2013.

  • Night To Shine

    Several LaRue Countians participated in the annual Night to Shine event at the Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown on Saturday, May 12. Night to Shine is a themed event for individuals with intellectual disabilities (15 years of age and older). Churches and community members come together to provide a safe and fun night full of games, dancing, food, and more. Averaging over 200 guests, plus family members and group home leaders, Night to Shine has been serving this community since 2013.

  • Lincoln Museum Scholarship

    Hayley Leann Evans and Skyler Trenton Hornback received the 2018 Lincoln Museum Edward and Thelma Ford Scholarships. Since 1995, an endowment provided by Mrs. Thelma Ford has provided financial assistance for 48 LaRue County High School graduates.

  • Williams Receives Scholarship
  • Carter Scholarship Recipients
  • Candy Vincent's Birthday
  • Price named HES Principal

     LaRue County High School Assistant Principal Chris Price has been selected as the next principal of Hodgenville Elementary School.

    The HES SBDM announced Price as their new principal on Wednesday, May 9. Price has served the LaRue County school district as a high school math teacher for 19 years before taking the role of assistant principal five years ago. During his 24 years as an educator, Price also coached various levels of basketball and baseball for 18 years, including eight years as the LCHS head baseball coach.