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Today's News

  • Man charged with assault, fleeing

    A Hodgenville man is facing several charges after allegedly running from police and fighting with them.

    Kentucky State Police were dispatched about 11:30 p.m. Dec. 6 to a residence on Heying Lane, according to an arrest citation. When they arrived, they spotted two subjects, later identified as Conor Wayne Creekmore, 18, of Hodgenville, and Larry Patrick Brooks, 18, of Buffalo, running toward a treeline in a field behind the home. Neither man stopped when ordered to do so.

  • Mac Mather celebrates 100th birthday with South Fork friends

    South Fork Baptist Church honored one of its longtime members Sunday as he celebrates his 100th birthday.

    Madison “Mac” Mather, the church’s oldest member and deacon emeritus, received dozens of cards and a cake comprised of more than 100 Krispy Kreme donuts.

    Pastor Jonathan Carl said the cake symbolized Mather’s love of sweets. A donation of 100 Gideon Bibles symbolized his dedication to church.

    Madison’s son, Ron Mather, a Hodgenville attorney, attended the Sunday service in honor of his father. 

  • School board learns of bonding opportunities

    The LaRue County Board of Education had a special called meeting Wednesday, Dec. 3 to hear a report on bonding capacity by Chip Sutherland, of Hilliard and Lyons, a financial consulting firm. The board also heard a public relations proposal by Kenny Rambo of Heartland Communications Consultants.

  • PHOTO: Kentucky Youth Assembly
  • City council will have new look

    City council members Glenda Wathen, Alex LaRue and Jim Phelps were honored Monday at their last council meeting.

    LaRue is finishing up a two-year term, while Wathen and Phelps have served in some capacity a total of 41 years. Wathen was either mayor or on the council for 19 years while Phelps served 22 years as a councilman.

    New council members Mitchell Key, Don Costello, Larry Davis and Sharon Hornback were sworn in, along with those elected to another term: Bonni Clark and Woodie Handley.

  • News of Record

    DUI

    The following cases of Driving Under the Influence and the resolution of those cases are found in LaRue District Court: ADE is an abbreviation for Alcohol Driver Education, KAPS stands for Kentucky Alternative Program. A service fee is added to all DUIs and court costs are added to all charges. Birth year is in parenthesis.

  • PHOTO: Junior Varsity Academic Team takes third
  • Jobless rates improve

    Unemployment rates fell in all 120 Kentucky counties between October 2013 and October 2014, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. This is the third consecutive month that Kentucky has seen a year-over-year drop in all counties.

    LaRue County’s jobless rate was 4.7 percent in October 2014, down from 5.2 percent in September, and down from 7.1 percent a year ago. Of a 6,637 available workforce, 310 are unemployed.

  • Deadline is Friday to sign up for 4-H Country Ham Project

    The 4-H Country Ham project in LaRue County will soon be starting its second year. It is time for youth and adults to sign up to participate.

    The 4-H Country Ham project has grown in the state of Kentucky, with almost 800 participants statewide last year. The project began in LaRue County with five youth traveling to Meade County to cure their hams in 2014. This project is open to anyone in LaRue County, youth and adults.

  • New Haven man sentenced

    William T. Bryan, 38, of New Haven, was sentenced to five years in prison for first-degree trafficking in controlled substances. Bryan was granted probation for a period of five years following set conditions pay restitution to the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force, no new offenses, defendant not learn identity of confidential informant and waive 4th Amendment rights during probationary period.

    On Feb. 12, 2014, Bryan sold cocaine to a confidential informant.  

    The case was heard in Nelson Circuit Court.