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Today's News

  • Additional tips for a safe harvest

    Keep bystanders away from operating equipment. Also, be aware of people who may have come into the area. Harvesting areas and equipment are no place for children. Always check around equipment before starting or moving it.
    Carry a fire extinguisher on all tractors and self-propelled equipment, especially combines. Periodically check extinguishers to be sure they are pressurized and in good condition. To prevent fires on combines, be sure equipment is clean and hoses and fuel systems are in good shape and not leaking. Remove trash and debris around engine components.

  • Sports Shorts: Updated 09/21

    Larry Abell golf Invitational
    The Larry Abell Invitational Golf Tournament will be Sept. 24-25 at the LaRue County Golf Course. Cost is $100 per player; includes three rounds of golf and dinner on Saturday. Several prizes to be given away.
    For more information, contact Justin Craft at 358-9727 or Justin.craft@larue.kyschools.us or visit www.laruecountyherald.com to review last week’s story.
    Lincoln Days
    Railsplitter Run and Walk

  • LCHS Golf Results

    Scottie Invitational - Glasgow Country Club -
    Par 71 – 6,277 Yards

    LARUE - 366
    T9 - Kyle Meredith - 76
    Austin Hite - 94
    Jesse Hornback - 97
    Cameron Dawson - 99
    Cameron Lasley - 102

    Next match: 3rd Region Tournament at
    Heritage Hills, Sept. 26
     

  • Cross Country

    LaRue County Weekday Classic
    Sept. 8

    2,000 meter run
    Varsity Girls
    4. Aden Rackliffe, 11:42.32
    5. Alexis Grimes, 11:57.82

    Varsity Boys
    1. Gabe LaFollette, 9:23.25
    3. James Akin, 9:55.96

    3,000-meter run
    Varsity Girls
    1. Clair Keller, 13:40.29
    7. Kenzie Hornback, 15:30.20
    8. Maya Rackliffe, 15:53.77
    12. Bella Venegas, 17:29.85
    14. Sophe Akin, 18:04.20
        
    3,000-meter run
    Boys Varsity

  • Hawks prevail against injuries, defeat Cougars 2-1

    September began with a bevy of injuries for the Hawks soccer team. None were more devastating than to our two leading scorers – juniors Alex Cook and Ricardo Collado.  
    Cook returned to play with limited movement, but Ricardo remained sidelined. Without teamwork, determination, and personal sacrifice, a lesser team would have self-destructed. That is not the nature of this year’s team.
    There is an old saying, “Offense wins fans, but defense wins championships.”  

  • Saint Catherine College offers baseball camp at Parks and Recreation

    The St. Catharine College baseball staff will host a baseball skills camp for ages 6-18 at LaRue County Parks and Recreation 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 3. The cost is $50 per camper with siblings given a $5 discount per child. Teams of nine or more players will be able to attend for $45 per camper.
    Campers will be given instruction in hitting, fielding, throwing and base running. The Patriot coaching staff and current players will work individual stations so each player will get ample attention.

  • Barber wins Bluegrass Rumble at Speedway

    SUMMARY - Bluegrass Speedway, Bardstown
    Sept. 17
     
    American Modified Series
    (24 entries)
    Williams Precision Engine Top Qualifier- Ricky Arms 16.130
    Hypercoils Spring Heat #1- Jimmy Payne, Ricky Arms, Robbie Gullion, J.T. Ayers, Dion Benningfield, Matthew Colston
    Wiles Driveshafts Heat #2- Joey Kramer, Kelly Warren, Elliott Despain, Billy Meredith, Brian Foster (DQ- Josh Lucas)
    VP Racing Fuels Heat #3- Bryan Barber, Trent Young, Michael England, Earl Plessinger, Rob Penny, Gary Parks

  • Hawks knock Nelson 38-24, prepare for homecoming

    LaRue County’s special teams didn’t let the Hawks down Friday night.
    After allowing a kick return for a touchdown in consecutive losses to Green County and Spencer County, the Hawks finally had a play go their way against visiting Nelson County.
    Senior Cody Thompson returned a kickoff 93 yards for a score and added three rushing touchdowns to spark the Hawks to a 38-24 win over Nelson County, dropping the Cardinals to 0-5 for the first time since the team went 0-10 in Bill Mason’s final season in 2005.

  • Independent audit finds problems with customer service at LG&E and KU

    An independent review ordered by the Kentucky Public Service Commission has found numerous problems with customer service operations at Louisville Gas and Electric Co. and Kentucky Utilities Co.

    In a report issued by the PSC, an outside consultant noted that the two utilities – the largest in Kentucky – are regularly failing to meet their own internal performance standards. The report makes specific recommendations to correct the shortcomings.

  • PHOTO: Homecoming Court

    Members of the LaRue County High School Homecoming Court are front from left, seniors Jamie Price, Megan Smith, Amelia Miller, Paige Nalley; back, Bethany Akin, Madison Lee, Keely Hamilton, Sadie Peters, Lauren Meredith and Patricia Gibson.