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Today's News

  • On Depression - Part 1

    Anxiety and depression touches over 40 million adults in the United States annually, almost 20% of our total population. Recently I got to sit down with Savannah Clemons, a local professional counselor, and talk with her through the subject of depression. Here are some excerpts from our discussion:

  • LCHS volleyball lose two

    The LCHS Lady Hawks varsity volleyball team dropped two games to Central Hardin and Bethlehem this past week.

    The Lady Hawks lost to Central Hardin 3-1 on Tuesday, August 29. Central Hardin was ranked 19th in the state at the time of the game.

    Senior Presley Brown led the Lady Hawks with 23 kills and three aces. Katelynn Lafollette had two digs and a kill. Senior setter Jessi O’Bryan got an ace and Breea Kirkpatrick made three aces with seven digs.

  • Settling the Account

    Jesus shared many parables in His short ministry on earth.  One of the more familiar ones is the parable of talents (Mathew 25:14-30).  A man before leaving on a journey called his slaves in and entrusted to them his possessions.  To one he gave 5 talents (a talent was $1,000 in silver content), to another 2 talents and the third one talent.

  • Hawks remain undefeated 3-0

    The LCHS Hawks varsity football team are now 3-0 after beating the Thomas Nelson Generals 49-14 on Thursday, August 31.

    The game was rescheduled from Friday, September 1 because of Hurricane Harvey that was scheduled to move through the state on Friday. However, the change did not affect the Hawks as they won their third game. It is the first time they have been 3-0 since 2002 when the Hawks were 12-0 until they lost to Corbin in the state playoffs.

  • Chamber First Friday rescheduled

       The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce First Friday event that was originally scheduled for September 1 has been rescheduled due to the high winds and rain that occurred in the area from Hurricane Harvey last week. The event has been rescheduled for Friday, September 29, and the Chamber is asking the community to come out and see what this event is all about.

  • Farm calendar - September 1, 2017

    LaRue County Grain Field Day

    LaRue County Extension’s annual Grain Crops Field Day is scheduled at 6 p.m. on September 14 at Shady Rest Farms. (6153 Munfordville Rd) Signs will be posted. For more info call the LaRue County Extension Office at 270-358-3401.

     UK Grazing School

  • Soybean producers needed for UK studies

    A University of Kentucky postdoctoral scholar needs Kentucky soybean growers’ help with two new research projects.

    The projects are led by Jerrod Penn, postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Agricultural Economics, and investigate issues in row crops such as field management, insects and weed control.

    The first project is a brief survey designed to help researchers understand growers’ field management practices. This survey may help direct future research efforts at UK.

  • LaRue state fair winners in angus show
  • New to LaRue: color me impressed

    First impressions tend to last a long time. My first impression of Kentucky actually happened in Hodgenville four years ago when I was traveling with my family from Nashville to Chicago. Driving up I-65, we saw a sign for the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park and my dad, ever the historian, pulled off at the exit. We watched the film at the visitor’s center, walked up the 56 steps to the memorial, and left understanding and appreciating a great president a little more.

  • Fall color in the forest

    Kentucky’s forests are home to one of the most diverse hardwood species mixes in the United States, second only to Florida. With more than 12 million acres of forests, a rainbow of color is on display in Kentucky almost every fall.