Today's News

  • Making New Year’s resolutions

    Regardless of whether or not the preceding year was good or bad, January seems like a good time to make a fresh, new year better than the previous one.

    This goal usually takes the form of one or more New Year’s resolutions in which people make a promise or promises to change bad habits or to develop positive ones.

  • HMH Opens Complex Care Clinic to Serve Hepatitis C Patients

    Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) officials announced the creation of a Complex Care Clinic on the hospital’s main campus to treat Hepatitis C patients. HMH established the clinic on the hospital’s main campus to meet growing regional demand.

    “Kentucky leads the nation in Hepatitis C infection rate,” said Laura Buchanan, M.D., HMH gastroenterologist and clinic provider. “This is an epidemic and our new clinic provides treatment services our region desperately needs.” 

  • LG&E and KU to assist in Puerto Rico power restoration mission

    Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company are joining the efforts of several United States energy providers, preparing to take part in a massive power restoration mission in Puerto Rico. The effort to help accelerate ongoing work to restore the island’s power, which was knocked out by Hurricane Maria, is being coordinated by the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), an industry trade group working in conjunction with the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA).

  • House fire on LaRue/Hart County line
  • LaRue County Grand Jury indicts nine

    The LaRue County Grand Jury handed down nine indictments on Monday, December 18 including one man who reportedly abandoned his infant child by leaving him alone in a car.

    Kristopher J. Bundy, 22, of Upton was indicted for first degree fleeing or evading police on foot, third degree assault, second degree assault, endangering the welfare of a minor, first degree wanton endangerment, first degree unlawful imprisonment and abandonment of a minor.

  • 2017 ‘Win your Christmas Ham’ promotion winners
  • Mrs. Claus sighted at Kingdom Kids
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  • New clubs help students reach full potential

    This year, students at LaRue County Middle School have three new avenues to get involved and develop their skills and talents. The school has established or re-established the Pep Club, Art Club and the Health and Fitness Club.

    Asked to bring forth ideas that would promote a positive school culture for the student body, the school’s student leadership group suggested expanding clubs.

  • School technology milestones

    Although California’s NAPA Valley receives a lot of recognition as the cradle of American technology, Kentucky deserves kudos for its 25 years of developmental leadership in educational technology and its standing compared to the rest of the nation.

    Freddie Newby, LaRue County Schools’ chief information officer, shared information released from the office of David Couch, associate commissioner in the Kentucky office of education technology, that lists some of the milestones attained by our state in technology.

    Among those: