Today's News

  • Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning Building Permits

    Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning permits for November 2013:

  • Court briefs

    Dismissed with prejudice

  • Attitude is everything

    A positive attitude affects overall health and well-being. An overall good attitude makes life happier, more enjoyable and it makes various things in life generally easier to carry out. A positive attitude also helps you better react and adjust to life’s challenges, relationships and the ability to fight illness and disease. Being positive over our lifespan causes less stress overall and leads to a pathway of healthier living.

  • BASKETBALL: Hawks defeat Cumberland County

    The LaRue County Hawks defeated Cumberland County Dec. 21 in the McDonald’s Holiday Classic at Adair County.

    The Hawks built a double-digit lead early in the second quarter and coasted to a lopsided 77-47 victory.

    Hawks head coach Paul Childress was especially pleased with his offense, which produced 21 assists on 32 baskets. Thomas Harmon dished out five assists, while Micah Wiseman had four. Kody Key-Close and Caleb Sheffer each had three.

  • Teacher receives $500 science grant to ‘make activities count’

    Deana Paden, seventh-grade science teacher at LaRue County Middle School, was honored Friday with a McDonald’s grant.

  • Students selected for All-State Chorus

    Seven LaRue County students will sing in the KMEA All-State Kentucky Children’s Chorus, and another three in the Junior High Treble All-State Chorus Feb. 6 at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville.

  • Singin' in the Season
  • Sandidge signs with CU

    LaRue County High School senior Adam Sandidge last week signed a letter of intent to run cross country at Campbellsville University. Front from left, CU Cross Country Coach Hillary Lakes; mother, Katie Sandidge; Adam Sandidge; father, Scott Sandidge; LCHS cross country coach Jim B. Phelps; back, LCHS principal Kyle Goodlett, Athletic Director David Dawson, LCHS track coach Orion Tucker and former LCHS track coach Jack Mitchell.

  • Bus drivers recognized for safe driving

    Several LaRue County Schools bus drivers were recognized Dec. 16 by the LaRue County School Board. From left, Juanita Lawler, 41 years; Don Edlin, 22 years; Norman Stilts, 20 years; Paul Cottrell, 20 years; Sandy Fathergill, 16 years; Sharon Aubrey, 16 years; and Jeanette Milby, 14 years, received the Safe Driver Award. The award is given to bus drivers who have 10 or more years of safe driving for the school district.

  • Fifth-graders deliver holiday cheer

    Fifth-graders at Abraham Lincoln Elementary spread holiday greetings to residents at Sunrise Manor. Each fifth-grader wrote messages and signed Christmas cards and then several students and their siblings personally delivered the cards. The students were accompanied by their parents, grandparents, and teachers, Heather Hynes, Karlotta Cecil, Todd Rogers. Front from left, Tristin Brown, Biven Turner, Daniel Snodgrass, Madison Wilmoth,Titus Snodgrass, Ellah Pruitt; back, Isaiah Pruitt, Brendan Keith, Aimee Hornback, Kameron Knox, Keaton Knox and Tristen Locke.