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Today's News

  • Conner earns Junior Bronze and Silver Award

    Benjamin Conner, Hodgenville, has earned the National Junior Angus Association’s Bronze and Silver awards, according to Jaclyn Upperman, junior activities director of the American Angus Association in Saint Joseph, Mo.
     

  • Bradley attends Graduate School of Banking

    Deena Bradley, senior vice president of Magnolia Bank, is among 157 bankers who took part in the 64th annual Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.

    The two-week session ended June 7 and included courses in all aspects of banking and economics. The school is sponsored by 15 southern state bankers associations in cooperation with the Division of Continuing Education at LSU. It requires attendance on campus for three years with extensive bank study assignments between sessions.

  • Cox, Servpro honored for outstanding revenue performance

    DeWayne Cox, owner of Servpro of Hardin/LaRue Counties, was honored with the Director’s Silver award for outstanding revenue performance during Servpro’s 44th annual convention June 17-21, at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel and the Anaheim Convention Center in California. 

    The convention provides a networking and educational forum for more than 1,600 franchise owners. The company provides disaster cleanup, restoration and remediation services.

  • Bennet-Bertram honored at 131st FDAK convention
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  • LaRue County welcomes 23 new teachers for upcoming school year

    LaRue County Schools have 23 new teachers for the upcoming school year.

    LaRue County High School and Hodgenville Elementary School each have six new teachers. Five are teaching at LaRue County Middle School, four at Abraham Elementary, two are dividing their time between the middle and high school, and one is at the alternative center.

    To assist our readers in knowing more about them, the teachers have answered a questionnaire requested by Superintendent Sam Sanders.

  • 'Zinnia Fest' brought friends and flowers together

    Much like the highly anticipated London Summer Olympics, the first annual Zinnia Fest is now one for the record books, I am happy to report.

    The number of readers who stopped by Groundhog Hill more than tripled my estimate, and I thank them for coming. Hope they are still enjoying their flowers and are recounting to friends and family about their time visiting what very well may be The Garden Spot of the Universe.

  • Horsemen's Caucus planned for Aug. 21

    The Kentucky Horse Council is hosting a Horsemen’s Caucus for all area horsemen 7 p.m. Aug. 21 at the Hardin County Extension office. The event is free to all horsemen and related equine businesses, and will offer a meal, presentations and discussion of area horse concerns and successes.

    The caucus includes horsemen from Meade, Breckenridge, Hardin, LaRue, Grayson, or Hart counties. Judge executives and state representatives from each of the areas have also been invited.

  • Farm Calendar -August 7, 2013

    Rinse and return
    Empty five gallon or smaller plastic pesticide containers will be accepted at Southern States in Hodgenville 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 7. Containers should be properly rinsed and have lids and labels removed if possible. There is no charge. For more information, call the LaRue County Extension office at 358-3401.
     
    Beef producers meet

  • Wheat test results are in

    Despite some concerns over fusarium head blight in wheat this spring, most LaRue County farmers had excellent wheat yields. Growers now are selecting the varieties they will grow for the 2013-14 crop.

    As growers select their varieties, they should consider results of the UK Small Grain Variety Performance Test. In the 2012-13 growing season, 99 wheat varieties were evaluated in six locations across Kentucky, under both no-till and conventional tillage systems.