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Today's News

  • Herald staffers honored by National Newspaper Association

    Two LaRue County Herald News employees will be honored by the National Newspaper Association for stories entered in the NNA’s Better Newspaper Contest.

    Circulation Manager Ramona Coffey took first in best humorous column for newspapers with circulation of 3,000-4,999.

    Her column “At least we know what to get her for Christmas” described an incident with losing her false teeth. The judge’s comment was “This column made me laugh out loud. There’s something about personal stories of problems that works.”

  • Salsa a popular way to use garden tomatoes

    One way many people like to use their surplus garden fresh tomatoes is making salsa. This recipe is from the University of Georgia Extension Service - So Easy to Preserve book.

    Chile Salsa

    10 cups peeled, cored, chopped tomatoes

    6 cups seeded, chopped chili peppers (use mixture of mild and hot peppers)

    4 cups chopped onions

    1 cup vinegar (5 percent)

    3 teaspoons salt

    1/2 teaspoon pepper

  • Saturday's Wolverine Classic to benefit Backpack Program

    On Saturday, the Kentucky Wolverines, a minor league football team from Hardin County, will reform a partnership with the LaRue County BackPack Program, a non-profit organization for local kids in need. The Wolverines, who first collaborated with the BackPack Program in 2008, will host the Wolverine Classic at LaRue County High School to raise money for the backpacks. The team will play the Miami Valley Warriors from Ohio.

    The first Wolverine Classic brought in about $3,500. This year, the team’s goal is to raise $5,000.

  • Wrestlers honored at year-end banquet

    Five LaRue County High School wrestlers were honored at the end-of-season banquet in April.

    Drew Newberry, then a freshman 215-pounder, was named most valuable wrestler for the Mat Hawks.

    Freshman 112-pounder Nick Paden received the Granby Award which recognizes overall attitude as well as wrestling skill.

    Senior heavyweight David Blair was named most improved.

    Eli Meredith received the JV wrestler award. (A photo was unavailable of Meredith.)

    Daniel Parker Statistical Leader winners

  • Sports shorts

    Youth Softball to meet, establish board

    LaRue County Youth Softball will meet 6 p.m. Thursday in the Parks and Recreation Community Center. This is the first meeting to establish our board to compliment our league. Anyone interested in helping with fall ball needs to attend. For more information, contact Regina Devers at 234-6217.

    Youth soccer needs coaches, meeting planned

  • Sports shorts

    Youth Softball to meet, establish board

    LaRue County Youth Softball will meet 6 p.m. Thursday in the Parks and Recreation Community Center. This is the first meeting to establish our board to compliment our league. Anyone interested in helping with fall ball needs to attend. For more information, contact Regina Devers at 234-6217.

    Youth soccer needs coaches, meeting planned

  • Sports shorts

    Youth Softball to meet, establish board

    LaRue County Youth Softball will meet 6 p.m. Thursday in the Parks and Recreation Community Center. This is the first meeting to establish our board to compliment our league. Anyone interested in helping with fall ball needs to attend. For more information, contact Regina Devers at 234-6217.

    Youth soccer needs coaches, meeting planned

  • Wolverines seek sponsors

    On behalf of the Hardin County Wolverines, we would like to thank you for the opportunity to discuss our 2010 Wolverine Classic. The Wolverines are an amateur minor league football team based in Hardin County and composed of predominantly local athletes. Our goal as an organization is to provide young men a means to develop their talents and assist them in reaching their goals, whether it is to play collegiate or even professional football. Our players are pillars in the community representing various professions including businessmen, teachers, engineers and military servicemen.

  • If you live long enough, you'll see amazing things

    Is there anyone else amazed that she or he has lived to see some amazing things?  

    I graciously agreed today to complete a brief survey online for a national group. One of their questions: to how many of these social networks do you subscribe; my response was “none.” But I was amazed that there were a dozen of them, some of which were brand new terms to me. The good news: the sun has continued to appear each day though I haven’t subscribed to any of them or even knew about some of them.

  • 4-H calendar

    State Fair exhibits

    4-H exhibits advancing to the Kentucky State Fair must be brought to the Extension Service office by 8:30 a.m. Aug. 16. Non-perishable items may be submitted any time this week. Items and ribbons will be returned Aug. 30 to the Extension Service office from the State Fair.

    Poultry Club