Today's News

  • News of Record- July 10, 2019

    Court Briefs

    Madison Grace Bealmear was arraigned on one count of speeding over 26 mph.

    Austin T. Kring was arraigned on one count of failure to give right of way to emergency vehicle.

    Joshua Ray Wolford was arraigned on one count of violating graves.

    Dylan Noel Arivett was arraigned on one count of violation of Kentucky E.P.O./D.V.O.

    Detra Leanne Darst was arraigned on one count of fourth degree assault and one count of violation of conditions of release.

  • BBB’s July hot topics

    Take a look at BBB’s hot topics for July 2019!

    1. BBB has received reports of scammers posing as employees of legitimate companies. These individuals use look-alike contracts from the real company and even include the BBB seal. Ask to see identification or call the business directly to make sure you are dealing with a real representative.

  • Community News - July 10, 2019


    Let’s continue in prayer for the families that have lost ones due to various acts of violence, injuries, or sickness, and all the sick and shut-ins, hospitals, nursing homes, institutions, jailhouses, prison walls, rehabs, the homeless, men and women fighting for our country, our law enforcement, our country, violence, turbulent weather throughout the country, our President, The White House, and most of all, pray for one another.

  • Advisory - Recreational users of KY River are cautioned

    FRANKFORT, Ky. (July 3, 2019) - Due to the July 2 fire at the Jim Beam bourbon warehouse in Woodford County, and the anticipated impact to the Kentucky River, recreational users are encouraged to be aware of conditions and use caution while on the river.

  • WCTF encouraging employer involvement

    In June, the Lincoln Trail Workforce Development Board held its second annual Workforce Crisis Task Force Summit at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. With about 70 employers, educators, service providers and others on hand, it was a time to share information about the task force’s work over the past year and to begin developing new plans to increase workforce participation in our region.

  • Independence Day: A Celebration of Freedom & Unity

    Since the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, the Fourth of July has been observed as a day for patriotism and unity. It is on this day that exemplary visionaries dared to create a new form of government for a new people — a country in which freedom reigned. It is with celebration, reflection, and remembrance that we observe this Independence Day. “We, the people of the United States, have faced insurmountable odds since our young country’s conception but continue to fight for our God-given rights unique to the United States of America..,“

  • Firework Safety Tips

    1.  Sorry Kids, Adults Only

    Fireworks are great family fun and entertainment, but they do burn very hot and are intended to be handled only by adults

    Never let children handle, play with or light any fireworks

    2.  Follow the Laws: Use Common Sense

    Follow your local and state laws regarding the possession and use of fireworks, and use good common sense at all times in handling fireworks

  • KSP traffic safety for 4th of July

    The Kentucky State Police Post 4 will be conducting traffic safety checkpoints throughout Hardin, Jefferson, Bullitt, Nelson, Meade, Breckinridge, Grayson, and LaRue County during the July 4 Holiday period. They will be checking motorists for compliance with motor vehicle laws, including driving under the influence statutes. Violations of law or other public safety issues that arise shall be addressed.

  • Hodgenville News - July 3, 2019

    Thought for the week: Baseball is like driving. It”s the one who gets home safely that counts. 

    Hope everyone has a safe and Happy 4th of July. 

    This year is moving right on, I can’t believe July is here already. The weather is still unpredictable, nice and sunny couple days, then hot and humid with severe thunder storms for a couple of days. Why can’t we just have reasonable temperatures for a few weeks. 

  • Kentucky Angus Preview Show