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Today's News

  • The Bible and Money

    Some say, “Money is the root of all evil,”  but actually the Apostle Paul says, “the love of money is the root of all evil” (1 Timothy 6:10).  James makes some remarks about the non-Christian use of money in his day  (5:1-6) and the Bible has much to tell us about the right and wrong uses of money.

  • News of Record - July 17, 2019

    Court Briefs

    Jennifer Lynn Ball was arraigned on one count of speeding over 25 mph.

    Austin Lee Bland was arraigned on one count of speeding over 20 mph.

    Taylor Brooke Burris was arraigned on one count of speeding over 10 mph.

    Rodney Jay Chancey was arraigned on one count of speeding over 17 mph.

    Thomas Dillon Crawford was arraigned on one count of speeding over 15 mph and one count of obstructed visor or windshield.

    Roderick Lemond Garrison was arraigned on one count of speeding over 10 mph.

  • BBB Names New Board for 2019 – 2020

    Better Business Bureau serving Louisville, Southern Indiana, and Western Kentucky is pleased to announce Ms. Jan Gordon, Vice President Sullivan University, DuPont Circle, is the new Chairman of the Better Business Bureau Board of Directors. Ms. Gordon started on the BBB board in 2012.

  • Glen Rice 2019 Concert Series returns to the PAC

    The Glen Rice Family and Friends concert series will host the “A Little Bit of Country… A Little Bit of Country Gold” concert on Friday, July 26 at the Hardin County School’s Performing Arts Center in Elizabethtown.

    The Glen Rice Family and Friends Musical Concert series will be celebrating their 14th year at the PAC, and their fifty-first concert performance. The theme of the concert will provide the audience an opportunity to enjoy several of the most memorable country songs and an array of legendary Southern Gospel selections.

  • LaRue County is KY Proud
  • A Look Back

    With my birthday sneaking up on me this Friday it is easy to look back on all that was taken away from me this past year. It has been a rough one, to say the least, but I would rather reflect on what I am blessed to have in my life instead.

  • Letter to the Editor - July 17, 2019

    Dear Editor,

    On behalf of the LaRue County 4-H Council, as president we need your support to continue the long history of the LaRue County Fair.

    This will be the 112th year in operation, and our 4-H Council did not want to lose this heritage, so we volunteered to have a three day Agriculture fair, which will include pageants and other events.

  • Letter to the Editor - July 17, 2019

    Dear Editor,

    On June 15, 2019 the Lady Hawks Soccer Team had the opportunity to participate in the LaRue County Fiscal Court, Solid Waste Management, “Trash for Cash” program. This was a unique and humbling experience for the Lady Hawks Soccer Team to help the community and also fundraise for the upcoming 2019-soccer season.

  • Local Artist featured in Art Show

    On July 24 Art Gypsy, an art gallery in downtown Hodgenville, will host an art show featuring local artisan, Brenda Heaton.

  • Does your child need a boost?

    As parents and caregivers, we like when our children reach milestones that make life a bit simpler. One of these milestones is for them to be big enough to ride in a car using just a seatbelt. But what if we make this transition too soon and the seatbelt does not fit them correctly? Are we putting them at risk for serious injury in the event of a car accident? The answer is yes.