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Today's News

  • Track and Field LCMS All-Comers Meet

    March 21
    GIRLS RESULTS
     
    Team Rankings - 12 Events Scored
    2. LaRue County
     
    100-Meter Dash
    4. Kylah Massie, 15.4
    5. Cindy Martinez, 15.4
    8. Delaina White, 15.6  
    11. Mary Adams, 15.7  
    14. Jenna Hazelwood, 16.1  
    22. Kanasia Weathers, 16.5  
    27. McKenzie Uhl, 17.5  
    30. Becca Miller, 18.0  
    42. Bethany Blair, 28.5  
     
    200-Meter Dash
    2. Brooke Heibert, 32.4
    3. Delaina White, 33.5

  • Hawks lose by 1 to Nelson County

    The LaRue County Hawks Baseball Team suffered two losses in their first two games of the season to the Nelson County Cardinals on March 22 (8-7) and the Elizabethtown Panthers March 24 (4-0).
    Elizabethtown
    Head Coach Chris Price was not pleased with his team’s play.  

  • Baseball: Hawks defeat Campbellsville, Bethlehem

    The Hawks (2-2) picked up their first wins of the season with victories over Campbellsville in the Purple Pride Leadoff Classic at Campbellsville University on Saturday and Bethlehem on Friday night.
    Sophomore Slade Owens went 4-for-4 with four RBIs to lead the Hawks past Campbellsville, 14-8, in the Purple Pride Leadoff Classic at Campbellsville University.
    Juniors Jesse Johnson, Kyle Meredith and Steven Carpenter and sophomore Cole Hughes each collected two hits for the Hawks, who had 14 hits.

  • Softball: Lady Hawks struggle in opening week

    The LaRue County High School Lady Hawks went 1-2 in the TSOA Tournament at Meade-Olin Park in Brandenburg last weekend.
    The Lady Hawks (1-5) lost to Louisville Male and beat Hancock County in pool play, and fell to Bullitt Central in the tournament.
    LaRue County committed six errors and fell to Bullitt Central, 9-2 in the first round of the tournament.
    Sophomore Kayla Skaggs (1-1) was tagged with the loss. She allowed six hits, six walks and four earned runs in three innings. Skaggs struck out four.

  • Congressman’s roundtable

    U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-Ky.), second from right, had a roundtable discussion about the laptop initiative with LaRue County High School students and staff Thursday. From left, Jeshua Logsdon, Ian Mather, Principal Paul Mullins, Shelby Rogers, Elijah Zwiep, Guthrie and Jorge Venegas.

  • LaRue County Middle School Honor Roll, Third Quarter

    ALL A
    6th Grade
    Kaylan Anderson, Tonya Atwell, Jordan Bradley, Hannah Bush, Hayley Cecil, Jacob Cecil, Cole Constant, Jacob Davis, Erika Halbach, Airyl Heath, Celeste Menard, Seth Newby, Autumn Riggs, Madison Sayles, Bethany Shive, Virginia Taylor
     
    7th Grade

  • Science project chills elementary student to the bone

    Good ol’ country music not only is, as the song says, “here to stay,” it also may help lessen the sensitivity to pain.
    That’s according to the results of an experiment by Sam Grant, a fifth-grade student at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School who was participating in the district science fair where judging was completed March 19 at ALES.
    “My question I wanted to investigate was, ‘Can people in pain be distracted by other things that can lessen that pain?’” Grant said.  

  • Spring turkey season should bring out the ‘experienced gobblers’

    When Kentucky’s spring wild turkey season opens April 16, hunters should get plenty of opportunities to match wits with the older, experienced gobblers that make the sport so challenging and exciting.

  • Improve beef cattle herd through genetics

    One of the best ways beef producers can boost beef cattle profits is to use genetics to improve the efficiency of their herd. They should prioritize traits to meet the goals of their operation. This will provide as many pounds of beef as possible off every available acre at a minimal cost.

  • 4-H Gardening Club starts Saturday

    The 4-H Gardening Club will have its first meeting at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Lee’s Garden Center. All LaRue County youth with an interest in gardening are encouraged to attend. This club is open to youth of all ages. Parents are encouraged to attend with their children. Participants will learn about gardening and will also be given plants to take home and plant to begin their own garden. They will also be encouraged to keep a journal of when they plant, water and fertilize.