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Today's News

  • LaRue County has rubber match with Hart County

    All year long, LaRue County coach Aaron Howell has preached to his Lady Hawks about not letting errors snow ball.
    Too often the Lady Hawks let one error turn into two. Or three. And then the runs came.
    What often followed was a late-game collapse as the Lady Hawks lost eight games in which they led after the fifth inning.
    LaRue County finished the regular season averaging one error every 2 1/3 innings, which allowed teams to score an average of 2.89 unearned runs a game.

  • MILITARY: Sanders graduates

    Kenneth Wayne Sanders graduated April 29 from Great Lakes Naval Command Station.
    Sanders, 18, is the son of Kenneth “Nicky” Nichols of Buffalo and Angela Sanders of Arizona. He and his wife, Emily-faith Sanders, will visit friends and family during his scheduled leave May 20-June 1.

  • MILITARY: Sanders graduates

    Kenneth Wayne Sanders graduated April 29 from Great Lakes Naval Command Station.
    Sanders, 18, is the son of Kenneth “Nicky” Nichols of Buffalo and Angela Sanders of Arizona. He and his wife, Emily-faith Sanders, will visit friends and family during his scheduled leave May 20-June 1.

  • ANNIVERSARY: Enlows celebrate 50 years

    Wayne and Juanita Enlow of Hodgenville celebrated their 50th anniversary May 13, 2011, at their home on Leafdale Road.
    The couple married May 12, 1961, at Hodgenville Christian Church by Rev. Charles Woodall. They have two children, Mike Enlow and Susan Vowels; and four grandchildren Paige and Hailey Enlow and Brock and Mallory Vowels. Their children and grandchildren gave the reception for family.

  • KET comes to LaRue County

    LaRue County High School will be featured on the KET show “Education Matters” this fall.
    Film crews visited the high school last Thursday to capture the use of technology in classrooms. With all high schoolers equipped with Dell notebook computers, the school fit the criteria to be featured on the technology segment of the show.
    Crews filmed various classroom studies, conducted individual interviews and asked several questions regarding the laptop initiative.  

  • Hawks claim victory over Hart County Raiders

    The LaRue County Hawks Baseball Team opened District play Monday, May 23 with a rousing 14-2, five inning victory over the Hart County Raiders.  Slade Owens pitched five innings of one hit ball, giving up two runs but only one earned run.  

  • Sports Shorts: Updated 05/24/2011

    Upcoming events
    • Region softball tournament will be played May 30, 31 and June 1 at LaRue County High School.
    • Region baseball tournament will be played May 30, 31 and June 1 at Central Hardin High School.

    Bluegrass Speedway delays race
    With off and on rain showers falling in and around the area and more forecasted to be on the way, Bluegrass Speedway in Bardstown canceled the 11th annual Mod Squad Bash scheduled May 14. The event has been rescheduled for June 4.

    LaRue Chamber Golf Scramble

  • Several LaRue student athletes qualify for state track meet

    At last Thursday’s Regional Track meet, 10 LaRue County student-athletes qualified for the state meet.
    They are: Jackson Venegas in the discus.  Raymundo Perez and Shelby Mouser in the pole vault.  Shana Zajdel in the triple jump.  Alisha Durbin in the 300 hurdles.  Amarah Reed in the 800 meter run. The girls 4x800 relay team of Reed, Mariah Wiseman, Kristina Durbin, and Abby French and the girls 4x400 relay team of Reed, Wiseman, Alisha Durbin, and Sydney Holt.
    Girls

  • School Calendar

    ALL SCHOOLS

    No school
    May 30 – Memorial Day
    Last day of school
    June 2

    First day of school
    Aug. 4

    ALES

    May 25-26 – Field Day
    May 27 – Volunteer luncheon, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
    June 1 – Kindergarten celebration
    June 2 – Awards Day
    June 3 – Kindergarten testing by appointment

    LCHS site-based council nominations

  • Reality store gives a taste of the 'real world'

    LaRue County Middle School eighth graders will get a taste of the real world when they participate in the Reality Store in the school’s gym Friday.
    “Its purpose is to educate them about budgeting, finances and to give them a wake-up call about what things, including taxes, child care and groceries cost a family,” said Misty Wilmoth, Extension agent for 4-H and youth development whose office and the school district’s Youth Service Center sponsor the day-long event.