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Today's News

  • Library plans celebration for new bookmobile

    April 5- Laugh and Learn, Kids Crew, Nationwide, North L&N Turnpike, Bardstown Road
    April 10- Poplar Avenue, South L&N Turnpike, Sunrise Manor, Phillips Lane, Campbellsville Road
    April 11- Senior Center, Bookmobile Party (at library), Taylor Mills
    April 12- First Friends, Westpoint, Watch Me Grow, Maxine Road, New Jackson Highway
    April 16- Bullfrogs and Butterflies, The Learning Tree, ALES
    April 17- Headstart, Countrylane Road, Ford Road, Childress Road, DeSpain Road

  • Softball: Lady Hawks defeat E’town, struggle through remainder of week

    Brigitte Skaggs hit her spots Tuesday night at Elizabethtown. Courtney Johnson just hit the ball.
    Together, the LaRue County sophomores helped the surging Lady Hawks back to the .500 mark with a 5-2 win over the host Lady Panthers.
    LaRue County (5-5), which has won 4-of-5, matched its second-best start through 10 games in the last eight seasons. But that didn’t matter much last season as the Lady Hawks started off 3-7 before rallying to earn a berth in the 5th Region Tournament title game.

  • Church Calendar - April 4, 2012

    Wesley Meadows holds Easter events
    Wesley Meadows United Methodist Church will hold several Easter services: Maundy Thursday service and communion 6 p.m. April 5; Good Friday service 8 p.m. April 6; Easter egg hunt, program and pizza party 10 a.m.-noon April 7; sunrise service and breakfast 8 a.m. April 8; and Easter service 11 a.m. April 8. For more information, call Bro. Wallace Votaw at 325-3740.

    Community Way of the Cross is Friday

  • Weather radios could give families peace of mind

     Commonwealth residents can help better protect themselves and their loved ones from tornadoes and storms by having weather radios in their home.

  • Baseball: Hawks’ hot bats overcome Marion, Greenwood, Caverna

    The LaRue County High School Hawks blanked Marion County 11-0 in five innings at home March 27.
    Head Coach Chris Price said the Hawks had “worked hard on hitting – and it really showed.”
    “We hit well, bunted well, ran the bases well, and Wesley (Kessinger) threw much better,” Price said. “Our defense let down some but we have been trying to correct our hitting so we have neglected the defense some. We will correct it. It was a good win for us.”

  • Artist Don Taylor visits HES

    Don Taylor, a former Hodgenville Elementary and LaRue County High School alumni, stopped in at HES to talk to students about printmaking. Taylor is an art professor at Brookhaven College in Dallas, Texas, where he has been teaching the last 34 years.
    Taylor explained to students the different printmaking processes, and how important the elements and principles of art are to design works. He shared work of his own and other printmakers from across the nation, and let students discuss what they saw in them.

  • Local Relay dollars assist with Butler's clinical trial

     To see Charles Butler and his infectious, sometimes mischievous, grin you would never know he is battling chronic lymphocytic leukemia. But Charles is a survivor and he knows he is among the fortunate ones. 

  • Hornback brings Heavenly Harvest Florist and Gifts to Hodgenville

    To Jerry Dale Hornback, the decision to move his florist shop from his home in the county to downtown Hodgenville was simple: it’s more accessible for customers.
    Although business was good at the Salem Lake Road location, it has improved as more people have taken note of the brightly colored wreaths hanging from the awning of Heavenly Harvest Florist and Gift Shop on Lincoln Boulevard.
    “A lot of people didn’t want to travel out that far,” said Jerry. “It’s more convenient here.”

  • Scholarships updated 4-3-12

    Leadership LaRue County
    The Leadership LaRue County Class of 2006-07 will offer a $500 scholarship to graduating seniors from LaRue County public, private or home schools. Adults wishing to begin an educational program may apply.
    Applicants must reside in LaRue County and enroll as a full-time student in either the Kentucky Community and Technical College system or a four-year college or university in Kentucky.

  • ALES holds rally for state testing

    Batter, Batter, Swing! Abraham Lincoln Elementary School recently kicked off their state testing emphasis in conjunction with their quarterly Hawk Rally. Senior members of the LaRue County High School baseball and softball teams joined in the rally fun and the Hawk mascot and senior cheerleaders pepped up the students as they entered the gym. Two students from each classroom were chosen at the rally for being responsible, trustworthy and fair. Each received a ticket for either cotton candy or popcorn and a baseball treat bag.