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Today's News

  • PHOTO: Band of Hawks perform at inaugural parade

     The LaRue County High School’s Band of Hawks participated in the 59th inauguration for Gov. Steve Beshear Dec. 13 in Frankfort. The band was one of 54 from around Kentucky participating in the inauguration parade. Above, carrying the banner is left, Josh Adams and Parker Smith. 

  • Three indicted by Hart grand jury

     A Hart County grand jury indicted several people in December.

  • School board learns about new teaching methods

     In a special called board meeting Wednesday, LaRue County Board of Education members and Superintendent Sam Sanders met at local elementary schools to see firsthand the activities going on in local classrooms. 

  • BETA students take 4th in Quiz Bowl

     Thirteen students from LCHS attended the State BETA conventions on Dec. 9-10. BETA club is a new club at LCHS. BETA club is an honor society whose mission is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.  

  • Senior Activities - Dec. 21, 2011

     Prime Time Band to perform

    A dance will be held 7-10 p.m. Dec. 23 at the LaRue County Senior Center. The Prime Time Band will perform with musicians Jim Walters, Ronnie Priddy, Leroy Sherrard, Larry Seelye, Doug Gary and Joyce Oliver. For more information, call 737-5655.

  • PHOTO: Kindergarten economics

     Kindergarten students at Abraham Lincoln Elementary recently completed their economic study of wants and needs. As part of the unit, Katie McDowell, manager of the Hodgenville Branch of Fort Knox Federal Credit Union presented a lesson on saving, charity and spending to each of the five kindergarten classes. The students learned how they could begin their own simple money plan as young as age five. Pictured with McDowell are Katelyn Williams and Carter Peace. 

  • PHOTO: Buffalo firefighters honored

     Buffalo firefighters who received awards at the department’s annual Christmas dinner are from left,  Larry May - Officers Award; Cody Dye - Firefighter of the Year and Most Emergency Runs; Chief Wendell Perkins; Timothy Dennis - Junior Firefighter of the Year; Craig Wright - Rookie of the Year and Officers Award; and Dalton Sallee - Junior Firefighter of the Year

  • Family's yuletide decorations a hit in Magnolia

     It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. At least that's the case at Rick and Pat Seidl’s home on New Jackson Highway in Magnolia.

    With the glow of thousands of Christmas lights, animated decorations, inflatable holiday characters and a miniature ferris wheel, the only thing missing for the season is Santa himself and snow.

    The Seidls began their Christmas collection more than 31 years ago, but it has been in the past decade that they started decorating their front yard elaborately for passersby to enjoy.

  • PHOTO: BLINKY BLINKY

     The homeowner at 228 Forresta Court in Hodgenville has added music to their holiday display. A sign announces ‘it’s more than blinky blinky!’ and advises drivers to tune in to 93.7.

  • Santa Bus plans annual run on Christmas Eve

     The Santa Bus will make its annual Christmas Eve run Saturday, bringing toys, jackets and gloves to families in their own communities.