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Education

  • PHOTO: Cheese tasters

    LaRue County High School FFA members Sarah Stults, Austin Stillwell, Kelsey Rutledge, seated, and Bethany Akin, practiced for a milk quality and products competition by sampling several cheeses. 

  • Students honored by Campbellsville University

     Campbellsville University has announced the academic honors list for the fall 2012 semester.

  • Speech team earns honors

    The LaRue County High School Speech team chalked up another successful outing at the Thelma Beeler Invitational Tournament hosted at Lafayette High School in Lexington.  

    The team was led to an overall second-place finish by sophomore Brian Anderson and junior Curtis Milby, both of whom scored multiple first- and second-place finishes in their events, and several other students who made final rounds.  

    Milby was first in humorous interpretation and sixth in broadcast announcing.

  • LCHS grads return to area classrooms to learn again

      Among the student teachers in LaRue County schools last semester were two LaRue County High School graduates who have answered the call to teaching after working for several years in other professions.

  • Wells named to Dean's List at Thomas More

     Jessica Wells of Hodgenville was among more than 500 students from Thomas More College who made the Fall Dean’s List.

    Thomas More College is located in Crestview Hills.

  • PHOTO: Homecoming Court

      Members of the LaRue County High School Homecoming Court are front from left, Samantha Peddicord, Haley Holt, Miranda Hornback, Whitney Heath, Haylee Best; back, MaCayla Lewis, Brooke Davis, Cayleigh Allen, Gracen Williams, Shelbi Brooks and Mary Adams.  

  • Lyons named in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

     A Hodgenville woman is among five ECTC Students selected for “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.”

    Stacie Lyons is a 1990 graduate of East Hardin High School. She is working toward her Associate in Science Degree from ECTC, with plans to earn a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of Louisville.

  • Michaela Rock traveling with 4-H troupe

     For the first time, a group of select 4-H members will travel across the state to showcase their fine arts talents in the newly created 4-H Performing Arts Troupe.

    The troupe was developed as a result of the success and popularity of the Kentucky 4-H Teen Conference’s Talent Show track. Troupe members will perform at several 4-H and other UK Cooperative Extension Service functions throughout the year.

  • Students graduate from CU's nursing program

     Campbellsville University’s School of Nursing graduated 28 students in December, the largest nursing class yet.

    Three local students participated in pinning ceremony: Gary E. Drake of Hodgenville; Addie Hawkins of Magnolia; and Brittany Skaggs of Mount Sherman.

    Dr. Bob Wade, dean of the School of Nursing, presented Hawkins with an academic excellence award.

  • PHOTO: Campbellsville University nursing students

     Campbellsville University nursing graduates were honored in December. Front from left, Mary Wise, Kristen Wilson, Jessica Ulrich, Jodi Tungate, Connie Robertson, Brittany Skaggs, Brenda Smith, Kelly Stone; second row, Joni Reynolds, Keely Pittman, Krysta Lenington, Amanda Anderson, Addie Hawkins, Brittany Knifley, Amy Leeds; third row, James Edmonds, Gary Drake, Leeta Dial, Sally Butler, Suzanne Davis, Amanda Conner; back, Christy Burriss, Tabatha Bryant, Mary Brock, Amanda Booher, Angie Atwood, Stephanie Akin, Cassandra Blevins and Kymberleigh Carter.