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Larue County Herald News
Rutledge: $1,000 scholarship
Kelsey Rutledge of Hodgenville has been selected for a University of the Aftermarket Foundation Scholarship in the amount of $1,000.
The Paducah Sun Online Edition
Right-to-work law misunderstood by opponents
But I'm hopeful that facts about what a right-to-work policy is, is not and how it's working in the 24 states that already have it will trump false claims and fear mongering by those who seem woefully confused about the issue.
Larue County Herald News
PHOTO: Class of 1954
The Hodgenville High School Class of 1954 held their 60th reunion in August. Front from left, Kitty Priddy Dixon, Ginger Comer Luzon, Shirley Hazlewood Hornback, Frances Brewer Wheeler, Patsy Perkins Forrest; middle, Rose Marie Middleton Guy, Delores Isbell Salsman, Dorothy Tharp Wheeler, Sue Robinson Smith, Reba Skaggs Duell, Bobby Heady, A.R.
Good morning! It's 61 degrees in Louisville, and Sunrise to Go is ready to read
Here are 10 things Kentuckiana will be talking about today: 1: First Day : Cooler and less humid weather feels like a nice break this morning.
2nd driver involved in deadly road rage crash identified
A Louisville Metro police report obtained by WAVE 3 News has provided the name of the second man involved in a July 8 road rage incident that ended with the other driver dead.
Travel Alert: I65 Southbound - Crash/delays likely
Travel Alert: I65 Southbound - Crash/delays likely By Chris Jessie ELIZABETHTOWN, KY - I-65 Southbound is closed at mile point 71, Bonnieville, KY due to a crash.
Grayson News Gazette
Truck, camper flip on parkway
A Wednesday morning wreck backed up traffic for three miles in the westbound lanes of Western Kentucky Parkway after a pick-up truck and camper overturned just east of the Clarkson exit.
Hodgenville city property found inside LaRue County fairgrounds
The mayor of Hodgensville was injured after falling off a ladder in the same place as a police investigation.
Narcotics Task Force searching for 3 wanted LaRue Co. suspects
Three people from LaRue County are wanted by the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force in regard to a drug round up earlier in July.
Greater Hardin Co. Narcotics Task Force looking for 3 wanted individuals
The Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force is looking for the following individuals in regards to a drug round up that occurred last week in Larue County.
LaRue Co. 911 system down, storm damage reported across metro Louisville
Several owners of multi-million dollar properties in Louisville are challenging the fair value of that real estate in an effort to save money on property taxes.