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Today's News

  • Nursery Rhymes Time

    Hodgenville Elementary School classes with Tracy Tharp, Kelly Ray, Mrs. Henderson, Nannette Lawler and Lauren Abbott, used nursery rhymes to teach shapes, rhyme, syllables and drama. Some of the nursery rhymes included Baa Baa Black Sheep, Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater, Old Woman in the Shoe and Hickory Dickory Dock. As a culminating unit activity, Vicki Devers, dressed as Mother Goose, came to HES and shared many nursery rhymes with the students. Many students, teachers and assistants shared in the fun by dressing up as their favorite nursery rhyme characters.

  • Explore, PLAN and ACT help build for solid futures

    LaRue County School students take three tests – Explore (8th grade), PLAN (10th grade), and ACT (11th grade) - that are connected in their purpose.
    “Explore is a predictor of success in high school; PLAN is a predictor of success on ACT and ACT is a predictor of success in college,” said Amanda Reed, instructional supervisor. “All three tie to the same College and Career Readiness standards.”

  • Department of Fish and Wildlife looking for recruits

    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is advertising for 28 conservation officer recruit positions.
    Applicants must create an account online through the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet website and apply to the posting.
    The size of the recruit class depends on the vacancies at the time, said Capt. Myra Minton, acting assistant director of the Law Enforcement Division of Kentucky Fish and Wildlife. By the time the department hires this class, it will be almost two years since the last hiring.

  • 4-H Calendar: Updated 09/21

    4-H Council meets
    The LaRue County 4-H Council will meet 6:30 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Extension Office. The meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend.

  • Crop insurance changes

    Barley and popcorn are no longer insurable through crop insurance for LaRue County. Producers are required to purchase noninsured crop disaster assistance insurance through Farm Service Agency to maintain eligibility for Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payment (SURE) purposes.
    Contact the FSA office at 765-2702 before Sept. 30 for barley and March 15, 2012 for popcorn.

  • Jakes Day a success with 46 children in attendance

    The fifth annual Jakes Day for the Lincoln Area Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation hosted by Chapter President Charlie Wootton and his wife, Valerie Wootton, was held Aug. 28.
    About 42 children, ages 6-25, attended the event on the Wootton Farm on Knob School House Road in Sonora.

  • Additional tips for a safe harvest

    Keep bystanders away from operating equipment. Also, be aware of people who may have come into the area. Harvesting areas and equipment are no place for children. Always check around equipment before starting or moving it.
    Carry a fire extinguisher on all tractors and self-propelled equipment, especially combines. Periodically check extinguishers to be sure they are pressurized and in good condition. To prevent fires on combines, be sure equipment is clean and hoses and fuel systems are in good shape and not leaking. Remove trash and debris around engine components.

  • Sports Shorts: Updated 09/21

    Larry Abell golf Invitational
    The Larry Abell Invitational Golf Tournament will be Sept. 24-25 at the LaRue County Golf Course. Cost is $100 per player; includes three rounds of golf and dinner on Saturday. Several prizes to be given away.
    For more information, contact Justin Craft at 358-9727 or Justin.craft@larue.kyschools.us or visit www.laruecountyherald.com to review last week’s story.
    Lincoln Days
    Railsplitter Run and Walk

  • LCHS Golf Results

    Scottie Invitational - Glasgow Country Club -
    Par 71 – 6,277 Yards

    LARUE - 366
    T9 - Kyle Meredith - 76
    Austin Hite - 94
    Jesse Hornback - 97
    Cameron Dawson - 99
    Cameron Lasley - 102

    Next match: 3rd Region Tournament at
    Heritage Hills, Sept. 26
     

  • Cross Country

    LaRue County Weekday Classic
    Sept. 8

    2,000 meter run
    Varsity Girls
    4. Aden Rackliffe, 11:42.32
    5. Alexis Grimes, 11:57.82

    Varsity Boys
    1. Gabe LaFollette, 9:23.25
    3. James Akin, 9:55.96

    3,000-meter run
    Varsity Girls
    1. Clair Keller, 13:40.29
    7. Kenzie Hornback, 15:30.20
    8. Maya Rackliffe, 15:53.77
    12. Bella Venegas, 17:29.85
    14. Sophe Akin, 18:04.20
        
    3,000-meter run
    Boys Varsity