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Have you ever heard the expression, “from one small seed, a mighty tree can grow?” It means that things of lasting value often start small, even though the final results may not be seen for years.
LaRue County 4-H had a cotton candy booth at Lincoln Days. Angela and Michaela Rock prepare a bag of cotton candy to sell.
Jared Stillwell, Hodgenville, harvested this button buck with a bow Sept. 14. He is the son of Lauren Stillwell and Jason Stillwell.
Heath Thompson, 8, killed a 10-point buck on Oct. 13, during Youth Weekend while hunting with his dad, Huey Thompson. His first buck weighed 205 pounds, field dressed.
Kaitlyn Rucker, 8, harvested this 7-point buck with a crossbow on Oct. 13.
Ramona Coffey, Hodgenville, harvested this doe with a bow Sept. 18.
The LaRue County Pork Producers had a booth at Upton Days. Jimmy Wood and Rick Sherrard grilled burgers and sausage patties.
LaRue County farmers continue to harvest this year’s above-normal corn crop harvested.
Dale Dobson, safety administrator in the division of agriculture education and outreach with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, was guest speaker at the Oct. 16 LaRue County Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
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