• Kellise Hoefer awarded annual Cantrell-Lorey memorial scholarship

    Kellise Hoefer of Magnolia, a senior at LaRue County High School, is the recipient of the 2011 Cantrell-Lorey Scholarship. The Cantrell-Lorey scholarship is an annual scholarship donated by a former graduate, Emma Cantrell (Lorey) — Class of 1958 and her husband.  
    Hoefer plans to attend the University of Louisville this fall to pursue a physical therapy degree.
    She has been active in the book club and art club and is a member of the National Honor Society.
    She is the daughter of Kelly Hoefer and Marshall Hoefer.

  • Hellman named outstanding student at Georgetown

    Becky Hellman, a 2007 graduate of LaRue County High School, received the Outstanding Student Leadership Award April 26 from Georgetown College.
    Of more than 300 graduating seniors and 11 finalists, Hellman and Heather Norman were selected for the award.
    Hellman’s sponsor Laura Aispuro said, “Becky not only supports students, but notices subtle “red flags” indicating a struggle. Her investment, strong relationships and experiences have helped her to solve many problems before they escalate to something more serious.”  

  • PHOTO: Stephanie Nelson receives academic award

    Stephanie Jo Nelson of Buffalo, left, receives the Campbellsville University Nursing Award of Excellence and Academic Award from Robert Wade, dean of the School of Nursing and assistant professor of nursing.

  • PHOTO: Carmen Drake honored by Campbellsville University

    Carmen Danielle Drake of Hodgenville, left, receives the Campbellsville University William K. Pennebaker Education P-12 Award from Dr. Brenda Priddy, dean of the School of Education and associate professor. Drake is a music major.

  • Cattlemen’s Association offers scholarship

    The Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association has been a long-time supporter of youth across the state through FFA, 4-H and scholarships. KCA has two education scholarships available funded by the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Foundation.
    The KCF Youth Scholarship started in 1991 and has provided $74,000 in scholarship funds to students across Kentucky.  Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to one graduating high school senior from each of the five KCA regions who plan to major in Agriculture or an Agriculturally-related subject.

  • School Calendar: Updated May 4, 2011

    No School
    May 6

    Last day of school
    June 2

    Senior photos
    Group senior photos will be taken 9 a.m. May 5 at Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park.

    Baccalaureate is 5 p.m. May 22 at LCHS gym.

    Graduation is 8 p.m. June 3 at LCHS gym.

    Free GED testing

  • ALES students get artsy with tye-dye

  • Two high school students recognized for essay response

     “What’s great about America?”
    That’s the question John Stossel, former investigative reporter for ABC and Fox News, invited students to answer for a contest sponsored by “Stossel in the Classroom,” a project that provides curriculum materials to teachers.
    Two LaRue County High School students who responded were recognized by Stossel for their essays.
    Hope Farrar was a semi-finalist and fellow freshman Brigitte Skaggs an honorable mention in the national contest which had 7,514 essays submitted.

  • Project Graduation

    Duck Derby
    Project Graduation will sponsor a Kentucky Duck Derby May 10 (note date change). Sponsor a duck for a senior - $10 ticket or a “Quack Pac” for $30 and get one ticket free. Payout for first, second and third.

    Ice cream fundraiser
    Buy one quart of Baskin-Robbins ice cream for $5 and a portion of proceeds will be donated to Project Graduation. Order forms can be picked up from Shannon Redmon, any senior parent or student or at the high school.


  • ECTC commencement ceremony set for May 9

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s 46th annual commencement ceremony will be held at  7 p.m. May 9, in the gymnasium at Central Hardin High School in Elizabethtown.  Family and friends of ECTC graduates are invited to attend.  No tickets are required.
    ECTC Alumnus Kelly Mark Easton, judge, Hardin Circuit Court, Division III and Chief Circuit Judge of Kentucky’s Green River District, will deliver the commencement address to about 180 graduates who plan to walk.