Today's News

  • Farm calendar - February 7, 2018

    Dicamba Specific Training

  • This is me (us)

    There’s a show on television on Tuesday nights that many are calling the best TV show ever. It’s called, ‘This is Us’. If you haven’t watched it, or like me came in a few weeks too late to fully understand the switching between current day and years ago story lines, I’ll give you a quick update.

  • Controlling Buttercups in Pastures

    One of the signs that spring has arrived is when the yellow flowers of buttercup begin to appear, but it’s during the winter months that the vegetative growth of buttercup takes place. As a cool season weed, this plant often flourishes in over grazed pasture fields with poor stands of desirable forages. In fact, many fields that have dense buttercup populations are fields heavily grazed by animals during the fall through the early spring months.

  • Sports shorts - February 7, 2018

    Youth baseball and softball signups

    LaRue County Youth baseball and softball signups will be February 10, 17 and 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School cafeteria. Ages 3-15 for youth baseball and ages of 6U, 8U, 10U, and 12U for youth softball. Baseball prices are as followed: T-ball (3-4 yrs) $50, Peanut (5-6 yrs) $70, Rookie (7-8 yrs) $70, Minor (9-10 yrs) $70, Major (11-12 yrs) $70 and Babe Ruth (13-15 yrs) $75.

    Pickleball LaRue County

  • Picking up trash for cash

    The LaRue County Solid Waste Department is launching the third Trash for Cash program in the county, which will give groups a chance to pick up litter and receive money for their efforts.

    The trash for cash program is a statewide program that started in 2015. County and city governments across Kentucky have used state grant funding to pay non-profit organizations for each mile of roadway they clean. Other businesses and organizations that are not considered non-profit, can donate their Trash for Cash cleanup proceeds to a non-profit organization of their choice.

  • Shelton signs with Campbellsville University
  • The Lady Hawks’ four horsemen

    “Obstacles are put in the way to see if what we want is really worth fighting for,” an unknown author once said. Four Lady Hawk senior basketball players (Mallory Williams, Sara Warren, Presley Brown and Sophie Akin) have experienced more obstacles than the average teenage athlete has, not least of which is changing head coaches three times in a span of four years.

  • Jail Log - February 7, 2018

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the LaRue County Clerk’s Office in Hodgenville.

    Daniel J. and Tonya Snodgrass to Barry Eugene Glass Jr. and Megan Nicole Glass, property on Bennett Road, $93,000.

    Joshua and Tabitha Thornsberry to Joseph Mark Newton, property on Edlin Road, $114,900.

    Greg Ballard to Michael E. and Mary N. Evans, property in the Allen Farm 2 Agricultural Division, $70,000.

  • LCMS volleyball starts season

    On Monday, January 30, the LCMS Lady Hawks Volleyball team tipped off their season as they hosted the J.T. Alton Lady Trojans.

    The 7th grade Lady Hawks began the night of volleyball action and it didn’t take long to see how this group of Lady Hawks have already gained experience and improved their skills from last season. The Lady Hawks jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first set and they continued to cruise to a 21-7 victory in the first set of play.

  • News of Record - February 7, 2018


    Probable cause was established for the case against Christopher Lee Rucker and his case will be passed on to the LaRue County Grand Jury. He is charged with failure to comply with the sex offender registry.