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Today's News

  • Couple files civil suit against Hodgenville police, city

    By Linda Ireland
    Landmark News Service

     
    Alex M. Garvin and Brittany Gibson Wright, in a lawsuit filed in LaRue Circuit Court, claim their rights were violated by Officer Eddie Dockery during an incident on May 25, 2014.

  • LaRue County superintendent enters Alford plea to DUI

    By Linda Ireland
    Landmark News Service
     

    LaRue County School Superintendent Samuel D. Sanders entered an Alford plea April 20 in LaRue District Court to a charge of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
    Through the Alford plea, Sanders maintains his innocence, but admits the prosecution has enough evidence to prove that he is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
    However, the case is far from over. An appeal is being filed in a higher court.

  • Jobless rates down in all Kentucky counties in March

    Kentucky Press News Service

    FRANKFORT – Unemployment rates fell in all 120 Kentucky counties between March 2014 and March 2015, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training.

  • U.S. Supreme Court to weigh Kentucky's same-sex marriage ban

    By John Cheves
    Lexington Herald-Leader

    A few lawmakers expressed concern in 1998 when the Kentucky General Assembly overwhelmingly passed a law banning same-sex marriage.
    "I'm not sure that we're not treading on people's constitutional rights," warned state Sen. Gary Johnson, D-Pikeville.

  • Camp Horsin’ Around open house is May 17 and May 20

    Camp Horsin’ Around in Perryville will be hosting two open houses in May.
    The first open house is scheduled for 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, May 17, and the second one is will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 20.

  • Crime ring was behind bourbon heists

    By Brad Bowman
    The State Journal

    Law enforcement officials announced April 22 they have tightened the net around a case involving more than $100,000 of heisted bourbon, which includes the coveted Pappy Van Winkle. Indicted were nine suspects.
    Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton announced Tuesday, April 21, at a press conference in his office that in concert with the Franklin County Commonwealth’s Attorney Larry Cleveland and Attorney General Jack Conway there has been a major breakthrough in uncovering an organized crime ring.

  • Kentucky Bourbon Trail will start in Louisville

    By Gregory A. Hall
    Courier-Journal

    Louisville will be the official starting point for the Kentucky Bourbon Trail once a newly announced project inside the Frazier History Museum on Main Street is complete.
    The project, announced April 23, creates a gateway at the Frazier for the Kentucky Distillers' Association's famous bourbon tourism venture through Kentucky distilleries.
    Additionally, organizers say it will complement other museums and bourbon attractions in the area.

  • Kentucky gains a second historically black college

    By Brent Schanding
    The State Journal

    A small Louisville college could rival Kentucky State University in recruiting and educating black students in the Commonwealth and beyond.
    Earlier this week, administrators at Simmons College of Kentucky — a private four-year college whose campus is largely tucked into a block of the Limerick community near downtown Louisville — announced it had gained status from the U.S. Department of Education as a historically black college.

  • Raising awareness about autism

    Hundreds of people gathered Saturday at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon to raise awareness of autism spectrum disorders and to celebrate individuals who live with those conditions every day.
    Lisa Nally-Martin, the founder of Working the Puzzle for Autism, welcomed everyone to the fifth annual walk April 18.
    “Each of these kids that are standing here, as we all know, they are the ones that get the benefit out of this,” Nally-Martin said.

  • Lebanon woman injured in burglary Friday

    A Lebanon woman is listed in satisfactory condition at University Hospital in Louisville after she was attacked in her home on Friday.

    The 62-year-old victim was attacked in the morning April 17 at 220 E. Chandler Street. At 3:17 a.m. Friday, the Lebanon Police responded to a call reporting that someone was trying to break into her house.

    When the police arrived on the scene, they requested Marion County EMS, who transported the victim to Spring View Hospital. She was later transported to U of L.