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Today's News

  • Home health service sold

    An Owensboro-based home health-care provider has moved into the Hardin County area after acquiring Lincoln Trail Home Health’s licenses.

    Community Home Health Care is one of nine groups that bid on Lincoln Trail Health Department’s home health branch, said Sara Jo Best, health department director.

    Community Home Health ultimately secured the licenses and has been providing its services to the area for about two months, said Terri Mattingly, regional director of sales and marketing.

  • PHOTO: Wrestling coaches

    LaRue County High School wrestling coaches are front, head coach Eric Burrell; back, assistant coaches Jack LaRue and Brad Walters. Not pictured, assistant coach Elijah Zwiep.

  • Tickets available for Bardstown Tour of Homes

     The annual Christmas Tour of Homes in Bardstown will be 2-9 p.m. Dec. 7. The tour is sponsored by the Stephen Foster Music Club. 

    Tickets are $15 and can be purchased in advance at the Bardstown Visitor’s Center, Court Square, beginning Thanksgiving weekend.

    The day of the tour, tickets will be available at the Old Library Building, also on the Court Square. For more information, call 502-348-4877, 502-348-8973, or 502-331-1060, or email info@bardstowntourism.com.

  • Burley Co-op Directors announced

    The Burley Co-op completed its annual director election process with all incumbent directors retaining their seats. They were elected by acclamation as a result of no challengers.

    Tim Tarter of Nancy, is the director for District 18 which includes Adair, Casey, Clinton, McCreary, Pulaski, Russell and Wayne Counties. This will be his third term.

    Edward Warren of Richmond is director over District 19. This includes Garrard, Jackson, Laurel, Lincoln, Madison and Rockcastle Counties. This will be his sixth term.

  • PHOTO: HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM
  • LCMS WRESTLING, Nov. 16

     LCMS Wrestling

    Results from Saturday's North Hardin Trojan Invitational.

    The Middle School Wrestling Hawks finished 12th overall out of 24 teams.

    Individual Results:

    Dalton Bell – second, 105 pounds

    Curtis Landrum – fourth, 190 pounds

    Thomas Hoppes – fifth, 75 pounds

    Griffin Dulak – fifth, 152 pounds

     

    Also competing were:

    Tharon Blair - 70 pounds

    Bryson Puyear - 80 pounds

    Thomas Boone - 92 pounds

  • PHOTO: Michaela Rock

    Michaela Rock sang “Halleluia” at the Farm Bureau District 3 Talent Contest and took first place. She will be performing at the Kentucky Farm Bureau Convention Dec. 6 at Galt House in Louisville in the Talent Showcase.

  • ON EDUCATING LARUE COUNTY: Kelly Dean Sanders Memorial Fund

     We often think of America as the land of plenty, and so it is – but not for everyone. 

    During a Sunday school class last week, a group of senior class members who grew up in LaRue County told about their growing up here and in doing so, depicted the plight of too many children in the county.

  • PHOTO: MAT HAWKS

    The Mat Hawks are front from left, Noah Davis, Dalton Bell, Griffin Dulak, Raymundo Perez, Kyle Edlin, Brent Dunn, Marquis Franklin, Dalton Fay, Stiles Metcalf; middle, Cody Strausser, Matt Steven, Damarcus McCray, Ed Hernandez, Levi Goodin, Dawson Bingham, Alex Brooks, Santiago Aguilar, Charlie Roarx; back, Mat Senesi, Zac Hornung, Jose Cabrera, Luis Hernandez, Michael Hill, Caleb Kirkpatrick, assistant coach Brad Walters, assistant coach Jack LaRue, and head coach Eric Burrell.

     

  • PHOTO: A doe, a deer