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Today's News

  • Hawks begin baseball season March 22

    Just as sure as the days get longer and the weather starts to warm, you know it won’t be long until baseball season. Head coach Chris Price and assistant coach Eric Hughes have been working several weeks with a young and inexperienced LaRue County High School baseball team. The Hawks lost 14 players since last year due to various reasons including nine graduating seniors.

    Price, a 1990 graduate of LCHS, is in his 15th year as a teacher and coach (the last six as head coach) and is looking forward to the new season. 

  • Hawks begin baseball season March 22

    Just as sure as the days get longer and the weather starts to warm, you know it won’t be long until baseball season. Head coach Chris Price and assistant coach Eric Hughes have been working several weeks with a young and inexperienced LaRue County High School baseball team. The Hawks lost 14 players since last year due to various reasons including nine graduating seniors.

    Price, a 1990 graduate of LCHS, is in his 15th year as a teacher and coach (the last six as head coach) and is looking forward to the new season. 

  • Laptop Initiative shot down by lone vote

    The proposed Laptops of LaRue Initiative – a plan that would place laptop computers in the hands of every LaRue County High School student – was shot down by a lone school board member Monday.

    Superintendent Sam Sanders had requested the project move forward with the unanimous consent of school board members. The vote was 4-1 with Norbert Skees of District 1 voting “no.”

  • Laptop Initiative shot down by lone vote

    The proposed Laptops of LaRue Initiative – a plan that would place laptop computers in the hands of every LaRue County High School student – was shot down by a lone school board member Monday.

    Superintendent Sam Sanders had requested the project move forward with the unanimous consent of school board members. The vote was 4-1 with Norbert Skees of District 1 voting “no.”

  • Laptop Initiative shot down by lone vote

    The proposed Laptops of LaRue Initiative – a plan that would place laptop computers in the hands of every LaRue County High School student – was shot down by a lone school board member Monday.

    Superintendent Sam Sanders had requested the project move forward with the unanimous consent of school board members. The vote was 4-1 with Norbert Skees of District 1 voting “no.”

  • Lessons can be learned from the seven churches

    Revelation 2:1 “To the angel of the church of Ephesus write, these things says he who holds the seven stars in his right hand, who walk in the midst of the seven golden lampstands.

    Dispensationalists see a prophetic application in the letters of Revelation that suggest that they outline seven stages of church history, with the churches of Philadelphia and Laodicea representing the final end-time churches.

  • Lessons can be learned from the seven churches

    Revelation 2:1 “To the angel of the church of Ephesus write, these things says he who holds the seven stars in his right hand, who walk in the midst of the seven golden lampstands.

    Dispensationalists see a prophetic application in the letters of Revelation that suggest that they outline seven stages of church history, with the churches of Philadelphia and Laodicea representing the final end-time churches.

  • Lessons can be learned from the seven churches

    Revelation 2:1 “To the angel of the church of Ephesus write, these things says he who holds the seven stars in his right hand, who walk in the midst of the seven golden lampstands.

    Dispensationalists see a prophetic application in the letters of Revelation that suggest that they outline seven stages of church history, with the churches of Philadelphia and Laodicea representing the final end-time churches.

  • Magnolia woman earns award through AQHA Horseback program

    Donna Turner Lefevre of Magnolia recently earned an award for logging 250 hours in the American Quarter Horse Association Horseback Riding Program. The program recognizes and rewards AQHA members for time spent with the American Quarter Horses in activities such as trail rides, working cattle, pleasure driving and simply riding.

  • Magnolia woman earns award through AQHA Horseback program

    Donna Turner Lefevre of Magnolia recently earned an award for logging 250 hours in the American Quarter Horse Association Horseback Riding Program. The program recognizes and rewards AQHA members for time spent with the American Quarter Horses in activities such as trail rides, working cattle, pleasure driving and simply riding.