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Today's News

  • Thomas tanking into New Haven

    Thomas the Tank Engine will visit the Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven June 1-2 and 8-9.
    Tickets are $20 plus tax for ages 2 and older.
    For more information and directions, contact the Kentucky Railway Museum at 800-272-0152 or www.kyrail.org.
     

  • Ian Mather accepted to Apprentice Company

    Ian Mather, 2011 graduate of LaRue County High School, has been accepted to the Apprentice Company of the Williamstown Theatre Festival at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass.

    The Williamstown Theatre Festival has a 58-year production history with both Equity actors and apprentices. Acceptance into the apprentice company means that Mather will spend this summer working with other actors on several shows including The Bridges of Madison County, Animal Crackers and Pygmalion.  

  • School Calendar

    ALL SCHOOLS
    Last day
    May 22 – Last day for students

    HES
    Site-based council

    The HES site-based decision-making council will meet 11 a.m. May 28 in the conference room.

    LCHS
    Baccalaureate

    Baccalaureate was 3 p.m. May 19.

    Graduation – new venue
    LaRue County High School graduation is 8 p.m. May 24 at the football stadium, weather permitting.

  • Coffeehouse Night held at ALES

    A large crowd attended the fourth annual coffeehouse concert at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. About five budding poets and the ensemble offered their renditions of poetry and song to the snaps of fingered applause.

    Poets included Addie Cundiff, Nick Vazquez, Mason Lane, Hannah Gregory and Beverly Heady.

  • Wilcoxson's celebrate 60 years

    Wayne and Barbara Wilcoxson celebrated their 60-year anniversary May 19, 2013.
    They were honored by their children, Mike Wilcoxson, Sheila Skaggs, Della Loyall and Wendell Wilcoxson; and several grandchildren.

  • 60 years for the Owen's

    Clifford and Mary Lou Humes Owen of Hodgenville, will celebrate their 60th anniversary on May 22, 2013.
    They married on May 22, 1953, at Upton Baptist Church Parsonage, Upton, by Rev. J. E. Darter.
    Mary Lou is the daughter of the late Bill and Alva Humes of Upton and a member of South Fork Homemakers Club and Eastern Star.
    Clifford is the son of the late Lennie and Ethel Owen of Magnolia.
    He retired after 25 years with Dow Corning and farmed in the Magnolia area. He is an avid gardener.

  • Crewz - Felker to wed

    Gary and Sharon Crewz of Sonora announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter Chelsey Faye Nicole Crewz to William Ray Felker III.  
    The bride to be is the granddaughter of Randall and Shirley Ramsey, and Sue and the late Jerry Crewz, all of Sonora. She is a 2006 graduate of LaRue County High School and an employee of Premier Home Care.

  • LCHS students honored in Stossel essay contest

    Stossel in the Classroom announced the winners of its third annual student essay contest on May 13.

    Local winners of the essay contest are Matthew Crain, Carly Higdon and Audry Schafer, all semi-finalists. Jeremy Luttrell and Heaven Clater both received honorable mentions. All five students attend LaRue County High School and are students in Dee Hutchins’ class.

  • Big, big fish
  • ‘Expected Progeny Differences’ in beef cattle

    Expected Progeny Differences, or EPD, may actually be the best tool beef producers have to use in the genetics of their herds.

    The breed average EPD provides a benchmark to compare beef cattle’s genetics. They are averages for the animals included in that run of genetic evaluation.