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Today's News

  • Camps provide summer learning activities

    With cooperation among LaRue County School District’s gifted program, family resource, and youth service centers, more than 125 students enjoyed a week of activities at Hodgenville Elementary School that ranged from learning how to play guitar to how to make a fruit smoothie in a plastic bag.

    Quest 2014 camp, that ran Monday through Friday mornings last week, offered enrichment classes to primary talent pool students and identified gifted and talented students.

  • Several local students attend ASSET conference

    Western Kentucky University’s Department of Agriculture hosted 27 students at the Agriculture Students Striving for Effective Tomorrows (ASSET) Conference June 15-19.

    The five-day conference is designed for students who have completed their junior year of high school and are interested in attending college and studying agriculture. The conference focused on activities that consist of leadership, communication and social development; making the most of a college experience; and created awareness of the opportunities within the agriculture industry.

  • Farm and 4-H Calendar

    Farmers Market

    The LaRue County Farmers Market will be set up from noon to 7 p.m. June 26 and July 3, at 2533 Lincoln Farm Road, Hodgenville (beside Lincoln Jamboree). Hamburgers will be served. For more information, call the Extension office at 270-358-3401.

    State Fair entries

  • Understand animal behavior when handling beef cattle

    Having proper handling facilities, understanding animal behavior and following safe handling techniques can make the chore of moving cattle less stressful for the animal and producer.

    When moving cattle, the position and movement of the handler is important.

    Cattle have a flight zone – the area around them that they do not like for people to enter. The size of this zone varies from animal to animal. The animal will move away when someone enters this zone and that trait can be used to move them where you want them to go.

  • We truly live in the 'Garden Spot of the Universe

    The other morning, I delivered a vase of freshly cut wildflowers from Groundhog Hill to my sister’s café. A wise-acre sitting at the community table chimed in with a “been weedin’ your garden, have ya?” comment which received genial laughter all around.

    Har Har, Woe-Jayne Skaggs (name changed to protect Woe-Jayne’s identity). Har Dee Har Har.

  • Sports Shorts - June 25, 2014

    Sports pre-participation physicals

    Sports pre-participation physicals will be available 5:30 p.m. July 1 at LaRue County High School. Cost is $10 per person, cash or check made out to Hardin Memorial Hospital. Athletes must bring their KHSAA pre-participation physical evaluation form, with the first and fourth pages completed and signed by the student and parent guardian. Forms are available at www.khsaa.org/forms/ge04.pdf.

    Youth Wrestling Skills Camp

  • LaRue athletes continue to hone their skills

    Each year various LaRue County High School teams and athletes stay busy honing their skills by participating in camps and travel teams. It is great to see local athletes active and involved while improving themselves and their team. Let’s follow up and take a closer look at the teams and individual summer activity.

    Girls Basketball

  • New Haven man idicted

    A New Haven man was indicted last week by a Nelson County grand jury.

    Justin Michael Browning, 23, was charged with third-degree assault, third-degree criminal mischief, and first-degree disorderly conduct.

    On or about May 15, Browning was in a physical altercation with Deputy Greenwell and Deputy Cecil at the Nelson County Jail. Browning also jammed the lock mechanism of the food chase flap at the jail and made unreasonable noise by kicking and rattling a door. Bail was set at $9,500 cash, plus conditions.

  • New Haven man idicted

    A New Haven man was indicted last week by a Nelson County grand jury.

    Justin Michael Browning, 23, was charged with third-degree assault, third-degree criminal mischief, and first-degree disorderly conduct.

    On or about May 15, Browning was in a physical altercation with Deputy Greenwell and Deputy Cecil at the Nelson County Jail. Browning also jammed the lock mechanism of the food chase flap at the jail and made unreasonable noise by kicking and rattling a door. Bail was set at $9,500 cash, plus conditions.

  • Special judge recuses himself from state rep dispute

    by STEPHEN LEGA

    Landmark News Service

    A hearing was scheduled June 13 in the lawsuit filed over the results of the May 20 Republican primary race for the 24th District state representatives, but the court is no closer to a decision.

    The 24th District includes Green, LaRue and Marion counties.