The Lincoln National Bank is a community bank and we take personal pride in giving one on one, friendly service for all your banking needs.

We are a full service bank and offer a variety of checking, savings and loan products and other services.

Roots run deep for The Lincoln National Bank. We've been committed to serving Hodgenville, LaRue County and the surrounding area since 1889. In 1889 two banks opened in Hodgenville: The LaRue County Deposit Bank and the Hubbard and Muir Bank which merged into the LaRue County Deposit Bank. In the early 1900's the Farmers National Bank opened and in 1910 the LaRue County Deposit Bank (known as LaRue Savings) converted to a national bank and became Larue National. Farmers National and Larue National merged into Farmers National Bank in 1920. On June 30, 1930, the Farmers National Bank closed and reopened on July 2, 1930 as Lincoln National Bank.