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Today's News

  • PHOTOS: HES Mother's Day

    Teacher Lauren Abbott and Molly Abbott, a kindergarten student at Hodgenville Elementary School, enjoyed coloring a butterfly to predict what color butterflies our caterpillars will make. 

  • PHOTO: Longhunter at DAR
  • Track: Conference Meet

    LINCOLN TRAIL HEARTLAND CONFERENCE MEET

    CECILIA – Results from the May 6 Lincoln Trail Heartland Conference Meet at Bruin Stadium:

    Team Results

    Girls’ Scores

    6. LaRue County 46

    Boys’ Scores

    10. LaRue County 18

     

    Individual Results

    Girls’ 3,200-Meter Relay

    3. LaRue County 10:41.74 – Amanda Brewer, Emily Pearman, Nichole Thomas, Kristina Durbin

     

  • Kentucky Career Center to relocate

    The Kentucky Career Center in Elizabethtown will begin its relocation to 233 Ring Road this week.

    There will be limited services available at the old location at 916 Mulberry St. while the move is taking place throughout the week. The phone number is 270-766-5115. Hours of operation for the career center at the old location are 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday; 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday; and 7:30 a.m. to noon Friday. 

  • FOR YOUR HEALTH: Workplace wellness emphasized
  • Army Spc. Cobb graduates from basic training

    Army Spc. James C. Cobb has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Benning, Georgia. During the nine-week training period, the trainee received instruction in drill and ceremony, weapons, rifle marksmanship and bayonet training, chemical warfare, field training and tactical exercises, armed and unarmed combat, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army history, traditions and core values.

  • PHOTO: Yingling signs with Lake Michigan

    LaRue County High School senior Alyson Yingling has signed to play basketball at Lake Michigan College. Front from left, Wade Yingling, Janette Yingling, Alyson Yingling and Tessa Yingling; back, LCHS Assistant Principal Chris Price, Holly Yingling, Lady Hawk Coach Travis Wootton and Drew Yingling. (Not pictured, assistant coaches Roy Walker, Kyle Baker and Danielle Brown.)

  • Road tripping in Kentucky

    Take two long-time girlfriends who share a sense of adventure, give them a stack of road maps and full tank of gas, and you get “My Old Kentucky Road Trip,” a book and website detailing fun things to see and do around the commonwealth.

    The authors, Blair Hess and Cameron Ludwick, appeared on One to One to regale KET’s Bill Goodman about their travels.

  • BASEBALL: Hawks hammer Hart

    MUNFORDVILLE — Nothing is better for a team than controlling its own destiny and the LaRue County Hawks are in that position.

    LaRue County freshman Jaxon Boley shut the Hart County Raiders down and the Hawks scored five runs in the final four innings to pull away for a 6-0 victory in an 18th District game Tuesday evening at Raider Field.

    The Hawks gave Coach Eric Allen a good birthday present, the program’s first 20-win season in his three-year tenure. It’s a big stepping stone for a young team coming off a 10-23 season.

  • James Comer denies accusation of abuse, says campaign will continue

    Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer denied accusations Tuesday that he physically assaulted a college girlfriend, accusing the newspaper that printed them of "Rolling Stone-style" journalism and pledging that his campaign for governor will go on.

    The allegations, reported Monday night in The Courier-Journal, were made by Marilyn Thomas of New York City, who said in a letter to the Louisville newspaper that Comer was physically and mentally abusive to her when they dated while students at Western Kentucky University in the early 1990s.