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Today's News

  • 4-H Calendar updated 1206

    4-H candy sale
    The 4-H Candy Sale fundraiser will run through Dec. 14.  Members are encouraged to participate in the sale which serves as the main fundraiser for 4-H.  Members are selling candy bars for $1 each.  Prizes are available for sellers, depending on the number of cases sold.  For more information, contact 4-H Agent Misty Wilmoth at 358-3401.
     
    Pizza sale
    Pizza sale orders must be picked up between 6 and 7 p.m. Dec. 14 at the Extension Office.  If you have any questions, contact the Extension Office at 358-3401.

  • Farm News updated 1206

    Beef Cattle Association to meet
    The LaRue County Beef Cattle Association will meet 6:30 p.m. Dec. 13 at the LaRue County Extension Office, 807 Old Elizabethtown Road, Hodgenville. Dave Maples, executive vice president of the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association will be the guest speaker. Reservations are requested by Dec. 10 by calling the Extension Office at 358-3401.

  • FSA offers online communication

    Farmers and ranchers in Kentucky now have a more efficient, timely option for receiving important Farm Safety Agency program eligibility requirements, deadlines and related information.

  • Tips for soil sampling

    A soil analysis report and recommendations are based on about a pint of soil submitted for testing. That pint of soil compares to about two million pounds of soil (at six inches deep) per acre. Therefore, for the most accurate report, take the best soil samples possible. These tips will help.
    You’ll need to take different samples for various land uses such as agricultural fields, lawn, garden, fruit trees, ornamental shrubs and azaleas because these may have distinct fertility and acidity or alkalinity requirements.

  • PHOTO: Young Hawks win Bourbon City Bowl
  • Allen resigns as tennis coach

    After a year at the net, Chris Allen has resigned as LaRue County High School’s boys and tennis coach.
    “I enjoyed coaching, but I took a full time job and my schedule conflicts so much with tennis that I couldn’t continue to coach,” said Allen, who is employed at Fort Knox Federal Credit Union.
    As head coach, the former Hawks star tennis player mentored the boys’ team to a successful season.

  • Sports Shorts updated 1206

    Baseball Board Election
    A baseball board election meeting is 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7 at LaRue County Park and Recreation. Anyone interested in being a member of the Baseball Board is encouraged to attend. For more details, contact Eric DeVary at 358-8386.

    Youth basketball games

  • Mat Hawks unstoppable at Oldham Duals

    Dominate is defined as “to rule over, govern, control.” On Saturday, the LaRue County Mat Hawks dominated every opponent they faced and walked away from the Oldham County Super Duals with their fourth straight championship trophy.
    “I am not very easily impressed,” said head coach Gary Canter. “No team has ever impressed me more than this team on Saturday. I have never seen as a dominating performance as I witnessed from this team. “

  • Lady Hawks fall to Meade in season opener

    LaRue’s Lady Hawks lost their season opener against the host Meade County Lady Waves, 55-50.
    The Lady Hawks trailed by two points, 7-9, at the end of the first quarter. Meade outscored LaRue 9-18 in the second quarter.
    The teams combined for 49 fouls – and LaRue County coach Travis Wootton was given a technical foul late in the fourth quarter. The Lady Hawks struggled from the foul line, making just 20-of-41 shots.

  • Hawks defeat Australian team, 74-53

    The LaRue County High School Hawks won their opening game Saturday. They defeated the Australian Junior National Team 74-53 in the annual Corky Cox Classic.
    Senior Kyle Sheeran had a game-high 25 points, five rebounds and four steals. He was named Most Valuable Player for the game.
    “Kyle started off well for us, being aggressive to the basket and getting to the line as well as knocking down some threes,” said Coach Paul Childress.
    Childress said he was a “little nervous about how our guys would come out and play the first game.”