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Today's News

  • County clean-up is Saturday morning

    It is time for the annual fall recycling event. 

    The event will be for one day only, from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 16, at the LaRue County Maintenance Garage across from the high school. All city and county residents may participate.

    Items accepted include any metal items, appliances, fencing, vehicles, motor vehicle and equipment batteries, computer equipment, toner/laser cartridges and fax machines.

    Tires will be accepted for a nominal fee. Passenger tires $1.50; semi tires $6 and $1 per inch on oversized tires.

  • Meredith competes at State

    LaRue County junior Kyle Meredith competed in the two-day Leachman/KHSAA Boys’ State Golf Tournament.

    Meredith carded an 89 on Friday at Bowling Green Country Club. The cut was set at 80.

    He carded a 75 at the boys’ 5th Region Tournament the prior week at the Lincoln Trail Country Club. The top three individuals – including Meredith – not on the top two teams made the state tournament.

    Meredith is the first LaRue County golfer to qualify for State since Cory Cox in 2004.   

  • Lady Hawks drop to Green County in district championship

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  • Football: Newberry done for the season

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  • Turnovers, fumbles a factor in Hawks' 42-0 loss to North Bullitt

    The LaRue County Hawks were held more than 100 rushing yards below their average, and saw their playoff chances take a huge hit in a 42-0 loss to Class 4-A, District 4 rival North Bullitt on Friday night.

    The Hawks, who entered the game averaging more than 311 yards on the ground, were limited to 181 yards at C.T. Collins Field.

  • Sports Shorts

    Parks and Recreation Board to meet

    The LaRue County Parks and Recreation Board will meet 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at the park. Open to the public. For more information, call Eric DeVary at 358-8386.

    Saddle Club Fun Show

    The LaRue County Saddle Club Fun Show is 7 p.m. Oct. 8 at the club grounds. For more information, call Pam at 270-766-8313.

    St. Jude Charity golf scramble

  • Lady Hawks advance in district tournament

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks volleyball team defeated the Hart County Lady Raiders Monday in the first round of the District Tournament at Hart County High School 25-18 and 25-19.

    The Lady Hawks maintained a three- to five-point lead throughout much of the first set. The second set was a different matter, though. The Lady Raiders came out determined and held a three-point lead through much of the second set. The Lady Raiders had a 19-16 lead when Angelina Marcum took over the serve. 

    The Lady Hawks then scored nine consecutive points to win the game 25-19. 

  • Hawks lose to North Bullitt 42-0

    SHEPHERDSVILLE — The LaRue County Hawks were held more than 100 rushing yards below their average, and saw their playoff chances take a huge hit in a 42-0 loss to Class 4-A, District 4 rival North Bullitt on Friday night.

    The Hawks, who entered the game averaging more than 311 yards on the ground, were limited to 181 yards at C.T. Collins Field.

    LaRue County, which was last shutout last season against Bullitt East, was completely stymied in this game.

  • ECTC will hold Odyssey Day

    If you’ve ever had questions about hybrid or electric vehicles or just curious about what it might be like to drive one, you will have the opportunity to satisfy your curiosity Oct. 15.

    Alternative transportation technologies will be showcased at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s automotive/diesel department as part of an innovative national event. 

    Although Odyssey Day has been celebrated every other year since 2002, this is the first year that ECTC has had the opportunity to participate as a host site.

  • ECTC will hold Odyssey Day

    If you’ve ever had questions about hybrid or electric vehicles or just curious about what it might be like to drive one, you will have the opportunity to satisfy your curiosity Oct. 15.

    Alternative transportation technologies will be showcased at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s automotive/diesel department as part of an innovative national event. 

    Although Odyssey Day has been celebrated every other year since 2002, this is the first year that ECTC has had the opportunity to participate as a host site.