Today's News

  • Miss Pre-Teen
  • Sheriff's Ranch

     Alexis Wheeler, middle, attended the Kentucky Sheriff’s Boys and Girls Ranch summer camping program. Also pictured are Hardin County Deputy Lindblom, who transported the campers, and Ranch Head Counselor Johnny Lewis.

  • Shelley Badgett hired as New Haven principal

    Shelley Badgett has been selected as principal by the New Haven School Site Based Decision Making Council.

    Badgett was selected May 10.

    Badgett comes to New Haven from Washington County, where she has been a special education teacher since 2004 at North Washington Elementary School, and also served as the Early College High School Program Coordinator for the Washington County Board of Education. Like NHS, North Washington is a rural K-8 school.

  • Fundrai$er Calendar - July 10, 2013

     LCMS Cheerleaders yard sale

  • Use your gift or lose it

     There is an old axiom which says, “Use it or lose it.” This principle can be applied to almost everything in life. 

  • Church Calendar - July 10, 2013

     Methodist records needed

  • Paving the way
  • Court Briefs

    Steve Jewell was ordered to serve 30 days in jail for contempt July 1 in LaRue Circuit Court. He was credited for time served.
    Guilty plea
    Roberto C. Gonzalez (1963) pleaded guilty July 1 in LaRue Circuit Court to unlawful possession of meth precursor; complicity, possession of controlled substance, first-degree meth; and complicity, buy or possession of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced to five years, three years and 12 months respectively and fined $415. Final sentencing held.

  • LaRue County receives $7,000 in state funding for early childhood education

    LaRue County Schools received a portion of nearly $1.2 million set aside by the state for 58 Community Early Childhood Councils.

    LaRue County’s share was $7,000.

    “These grants will help communities give our children the best possible start in school and in life,” said Governor Steve Beshear. “Every child in the Commonwealth, from the most rural farm to the inner city, deserves the opportunity for a promising life. Local councils are most qualified to serve the needs of the children in their communities.”

  • Nolin RECC celebrates 75 years

     It was about this time 75 years ago, when Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation began serving electricity to rural homes in Hardin and LaRue counties. Today, as the member-owned cooperative celebrates its diamond anniversary, the membership has grown to more than 33,000 and they provide electric service to nine counties.