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Today's News

  • 4-H Calendar

    Reality Store
    The 4-H Reality Store will be held May 27 for all the LCMS eighth graders. Volunteers are needed to help with the various booths. If you are interested in volunteering, contact 4-H Agent Misty Wilmoth at 358-3401.

    Dog Club
    The 4-H Dog Club will meet 10-11:30 a.m. May 28 at the Extension Service office. You may bring your dog to the meeting. It must be on a leash.
     
    Cooking Club

  • Farm Calendar

    Taste of LaRue County
    The Taste of LaRue County event will start at noon June 7 at the Extension Service office. The event will feature recipes and cooking techniques using locally grown food or Kentucky Proud products. Space is limited, must have a ticket to attend. Cost is $3, stop by or call 358-3401 for a ticket. Sponsored by the LaRue County Farmers Market, County Homemaker organization and LaRue County Cooperative Extension Service.

    Rabies Clinic

  • Students participate in APES program

    Congratulations to participants in the American Private Enterprise Seminar program held April 26-27. Twenty-five LaRue County High School juniors participated and learned about American economics.

  • Is it too late for corn?

    Although new crop corn and soybean prices are near record highs, planting conditions remain poor for some of the corn crop. About two-thirds of the corn crop has been planted in the state, but grain farmers are concerned whether they can get their entire corn crop out in a timely manner.
    An associated question is when should a grower stop planting corn and switch to soybeans. In order to help answer this question, growers need to estimate potential yield losses for late planted corn and compare the associated profitability against soybeans.

  • Fundraiser Calendar

    Church yard sale fundraiser
    Salem Christian Church, 3270 Salem Church Road, beginning 8 a.m. May 28. For information (270) 358-0338.

    Golf Scramble

  • Senior Activities

    Dance at LaRue County Senior Center
    A dance will be held 7-10 p.m. May 27 at the LaRue County Senior Center. Prime Time Band, Jim Walters, Ronnie Priddy, Leroy Sherrard, Larry Seelye, Doug Gary and Joyce Oliver will perform. For more information contact Jim Walters (270) 737-5655.

    Senior Citizens music
    The Senior Citizens Center, 112 N. Walters Ave., Hodgenville, has music every Saturday night. Musicians and singers are welcome. For more information, call 358-4311 or e-mail viola47@windstream.net.
     

  • Church Calendar

    Pleasant Grove Baptist Memorial Day Service
    Pleasant Grove Baptist Church will hold a Memorial Day and homecoming service at 10:30 a.m. May 29. The service will include special music, a report by the cemetery committee and a message by Pastor Rick Trumbo. A meal will follow the service. All members, former members and anyone with family buried in the church cemetery are invited to attend.

    Gospel Song Service at Buffalo Baptist Church

  • Remembering with Gratitude

    Memorial Day is more than just another holiday, a day off from work, a cook out with family and friends, or a trip to the lake. This weekend is time to remember people. We remember them in two ways: in death and in life.

  • One man, one mower, one mission

    As Memorial Day approaches, families make plans to honor their dead. Some place flowers or wreaths on graves, others bring tools to spruce up the cemetery and some simply visit the burial site.
    Others use the day for a private get-together, celebrating the start of summer activities.
    Many forget the original intent of the holiday - to honor veterans who had fallen in battle.

  • Police search area after IGA Express robbery

    Hodgenville City Police are investigating a May 16 robbery at IGA Express across from the LaRue County Fairgrounds.
    The perpetrator, who was carrying a knife, entered the store around 10 p.m. and demanded money from the store clerk, according to Hodgenville City Police Chief Steve Johnson. The clerk handed over the cash drawer and the robber left.  
    Johnson said the suspect, who is believed to be a slim male that is around 5-10 or 6-feet tall, was in the store approximately two to three minutes and took an undetermined amount of cash.