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Today's News

  • School Calendar updated 2-8-12

    ALL SCHOOLS
    School is in session Feb. 17 as a make-up day. Spring break is April 9-13.

    ALES
    Weekly
    Stay After and Read every Tuesday after school until 4:15 p.m. with permission form
    Academic Team every Wednesday after school until 4:15 p.m. in the library
     
    STLP meets
    STLP meets in the computer lab after school until 4:15 p.m. and the BETA Club meets in McDowell’s classroom after school until 4 p.m. Feb. 9.

    Progress reports
    Progress reports go home Feb. 10.

  • Hodgenville Elementary School Honor Roll Second Nine Weeks

    Third grade
    All “A’s”
    Ashlyn Toher, Bella Thurman, Breana Blunk, Brianna McCauley Posey, Bridgett Weaver, Campbell Sims, Conner Baker, Corbin Ball, Emma Grimes, Ethan Tharp, Graham Kinzel, Haley Ferguson, Jayden Perry, Johnny Asagra, Kegan Cox, Keilee Mulkins, Kristen Burgess, Maycie Barzee, Nate Warren, Olivia Hazelwood, Rebekah Keith, Tanner Williams, Thomas Hoppes, Thomas Shelton, Tripp Chapman

    All “A/B”

  • Hodgenville Elementary School Honor Roll First Nine Weeks

    Third grade
    All “A’s”
    Rebekah Keith, Brandon Perkins, Mason Griswold, Olivia Hazelwood, Emma Grimes

    All “A/B”
    Toby Ashley, Maycie Barzee, Lindsey Bauer, Derek Durbin, Thomas Shelton, Bryce Neagle, Jorge Morales, Jared Stillwell, Braden Carroll, Hannah Perry, Kaitlyn Larrison, Kirsten Cummins
    Fourth grade
    All “A/B”
    Ryan Ford
    Fifth grade
    All “A’s”
    Noah Lawler

  • Heather Cline named LaRue’s ExCEL award winner

    “A teacher must have a passion for children, a passion for what they do every day in the classroom, and a passion to see every child succeed in the classroom and in life.”
    Those words spoken by Heather Cline give a good indication of why the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School teacher is the 2012 recipient of the LaRue County Teacher of the Year ExCEL (Excellence in Classroom and Educational Leadership) Award.

  • CRP enrollment starts March 12

    Landowners and producers will have a four-week window beginning March 12 to enroll in the Conservation Reserve Program. Deadline is April 6.

  • Farm News updated 2-7-12

    Beef and Horse Calendars
    Free 2012 Beef IRM calendars and 2012 Horse calendars are available at the LaRue County Extension Office.  These wall- style calendars are very useful for cow-calf producers and horse owners. The 18-month calendars give monthly recommendations and suggestions, as well as other information. Supplies are limited. Drop by the office for your copy.
     
    Beef Cattle Association to meet

  • 4-H News updated 2-7-12

    Cooking Club
    The LaRue County 4-H Cooking Club will meet 3:13-5 p.m. Feb. 13 at the Extension Office.
     
    Livestock Club
    The LaRue County 4-H Livestock Club will meet 6 p.m. Feb. 13 at the Extension Office.
     
    Poultry Club
    The LaRue County 4-H Poultry Club will meet 3:30-5 p.m. Feb. 14 at the Extension Office.
     
    Shooting Sports
    The LaRue County 4-H Shooting Sports Club will practice 6:30 p.m. Feb. 16 at the New Haven Gun Club.
     
    Poetry Contest

  • LaRue Conservation District to award $1,000 scholarships

    The LaRue County Conservation District will award a $1,000 scholarship to two LaRue County High School seniors.
    Applications are available at the LaRue County High School guidance office and the LCCD office at 606A North Lincoln Blvd., Hodgenville. Requests for emailed copies can be sent to michelle.ogden@ky.nacdnet.net.

  • 4-H visits North American Livestock Show
  • Legume options should be considered for grazing

    Alfalfa is a high quality, high yielding, and perennial legume and is incredibly versatile under proper management. It can be grown in pure stands or mixtures and can be the best choice for a grass-legume grazing. There are numerous grazing tolerant varieties now available.
    Red clover is easy to establish, high yielding, high quality and readily grows in a variety of soils. It provides good summer growth, but is not as drought tolerant as alfalfa. Its main disadvantage is it is short-lived and persists for an average of only two winters.