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Today's News

  • Campbellsville cheerleaders holding tryouts

    The award-winning Campbellsville University Cheerleaders will hold co-ed cheer and mascot tryouts for the 2011-12 season April 30 in the Powell Athletic Center.
    According to Coach Vanessa Adkins, there will also be a cheerleading clinic prior to tryouts 6-8:30 p.m. April 29.
    Tryouts will be held 10 a.m.
    The university cheerleaders have won two Mid-South Conference championships in the last four years.

  • Padgett takes fifth for Tigers

    Former LaRue County standout Truman Padgett, who runs for the Campbellsville University Tigers, was fifth in the 400-dash in their outdoor season opener at the nine-team Hanover College Invitational in Hanover, Ind. last week.
    Padgett is a member of the Tigers’ seventh-place 1,600 relay and fifth-place 400-relay.

  • Track and Field – LaRue County Invitational, April 1

    15-squad LaRue County Invitational

    GIRLS
    TEAM RESULTS, 15 TEAMS
    11. LaRue County, 12 points

    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
    100 Dash, 27 Competitors
    18. Lindsey, Meredith, 15.21
    26. Grant, Logan, 17.02
     
    200 Dash, 22 Competitors
    16. Lindsey, Meredith, 31.34
    17. Phillips, Tiana, 32.55
    21. Grant, Logan, 35.89
     
    800 Run, 25 Competitors
    7. Reed, Amarah, 2:42.93
     
    1,600 Run, 20 Competitors
    8. Reed, Amarah, 6:20.69

  • Lady Hawks topple Taylor, conk Caverna

    The LaRue County High School Lady Hawks went 2-1 last week with a solid 10-1 win over Caverna March 28, a heartstopper (12-13) win over Taylor County and a 0-5 loss to Bullitt East.
    “This past week, our girls faced a lot of adversity and overcame it,” said first-year coach Aaron Howell. “We are slowly coming together as a team.”
    Caverna
    Freshman Bridgette Skaggs had a good day inside the circle and at the plate as the Lady Hawks cruised past the Lady Colonels.

  • Kentucky Commisioner of Education visits LaRue County

    Terry Holliday, Kentucky’s commissioner of education visited classrooms at LaRue County High School last week.

  • LaRue County High School Honor Roll, Third Quarter

    ALL A

  • Retirees will be honored with a more ‘relaxed’ reception

    LaRue County Schools and the LaRue County Education Association will honor retiring personnel in a different format than in previous years with a Sunday afternoon reception replacing a Friday night sit-down dinner.
    The reception will be 2-4 p.m. May 15 at LaRue County Middle School cafeteria. Cake, punch, mints and nuts will be served.

  • McIntosh harvests large turkey

    Michael McIntosh, 13, of Magnolia, harvested this turkey April 2 while hunting with his dad Doug Brown in LaRue County. The 25-pound turkey had a 10 1/2-inch beard and 1 3/4-inch spurs. He is the son of Melissa and Doug Brown.

  • Isaac Knight harvests 21 1/2 pound turkey

    Isaac Knight, son of Angie and Chris Knight of Upton, harvested this wild turkey on April 4, 2011. It weighed 21 1/2 pounds with a 10-inch beard. He hunted with his papaw John Brown of Hodgenville.

  • Old barn stabled Noble Kalarama

    This old stock barn is located at the end of Peake Road near Athertonville. This old barn was the first LaRue County barn to stable Noble Kalarama, an American Saddlebred colt that was destined to become world famous. Noble Kalarama received his very first training in a lot surrounding this old barn under the reins of his owner, Jack Thompson.
    During the years of 1937-1940 Noble Kalarama established himself as a fine harness stallion to be taken seriously. He won shows in Chicago, Lexington, Memphis, Louisville, Indiana, Ohio and New York.