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Today's News

  • Eric Burrell named head wrestling coach

    A former LaRue County High School Mat Hawk will take over the wrestling program this fall.

    Eric Burrell, a 2004 LCHS graduate and three-time regional wrestling champ, was hired Thursday as head coach. He takes the reins from his mentor, retired coach Gary Canter.

    Three candidates were interviewed, according to Athletic Director David Dawson.

  • Cleanup of Debris in Pastures

    Pastures and fields from last week’s storms may contain debris. Be careful picking the debris up. Following are some suggestions.

  • Flowers - Lindsey to wed

     Kevin and Beverly Flowers of Munfordville are honored to announce the wedding of their daughter, Aleasha Flowers to Jacob Lindsey, son of Tim and Teresa Lindsey of Horse Cave.

    The bride to be is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sheffer of Hodgenville.

    The wedding is 4 p.m. CST July 27, 2013, at their home at 365 West Union St., Munfordville. A reception will follow on their farm.

    All friends and family are invited.

  • Farm News

    Beef producers to meet
    The LaRue County Beef Producers will meet 7:30 p.m. July 9 at the LaRue County Extension office. An educational program is planned. A meal will be served and all interested individuals are invited to attend.

    Gardener Toolbox classes
    Gardener Toolbox classes will be held at the Hardin County Extension office, 201 Peterson Dr., Elizabethtown. “Composting in the Home Garden” will be July 23. No charge to attend. Call 765-4121 to register.

  • Reliving memories on Groundhog Hill

    I come to the garden alone,
    While the dew is still on the roses,
    And the voice I hear, Falling on my ear,
    The Son of God discloses.
    And He walks with me, and He talks with me,
    And He tells me I am his own;
    And the joy we share as we tarry there
    None other has ever known.
    – In The Garden by C. Austin Miles (from The Broadman Hymnal)

    Gardening is Alone Time.

  • Students to receive free lunch

    More than 1,000 LaRue County elementary students will receive free meals at school when classes resume in August.

    The LaRue County School Board approved the Community Eligibility Option referred to as “CEO” during a special meeting on June 25.

    Dee Anne Sanders, food coordinator for LaRue County Schools, did a presentation on the change.

    The CEO program is associated with the reauthorization of the National School Lunch Program and seeks to provide all students at qualifying schools with free lunch and also one free breakfast meal each day.

  • Goodlett named LCHS principal

    Kyle Goodlett has been hired as principal of LaRue County High School.

    Goodlett, who served as assistant principal last year, takes over for Paul Mullins who has accepted the superintendent’s job at Garrard County.

    His duties began Monday.

    Goodlett was one of 12 applicants and four people interviewed by the LCHS site-based decision-making council. The council used also an online survey which gave everyone in the community a chance to have input.

    Their decision to hire Goodlett was unanimous.

  • Schools increase dropout age to 18

    The LaRue County School Board last week raised the dropout age from 16 to 18.

    In a special meeting June 25, the board discussed the approval of the Senate Bill 97, known as the “Graduate Kentucky” bill passed in March, intended to raise the compulsory drop out age from 16 to 18.

    “Districts all across the state have discussed this bill; a few had midnight meetings,” said Superintendent Sam Sanders, during the overview of the bill. “Once 55 (percent of the) districts in the state approve the change it will be a required change.”

  • Tino's offers the 'cutting edge'

    Master Barber Tino Cobb has opened a barbershop on Lincoln Square. The historic building has held Keith’s Barbershop, Edlin’s Barbershop and Bill Seymour’s Barbershop in the past.

    “I was born and raised here and I’ve always seen this building as a barbershop,” Cobb said.
    Cobb bought the shop in February from the former owner, Robby Keith, who has been battling cancer.

    Cobb has maintained much of the historic look of the shop and is continuing traditional barber services – including an old-fashioned razor shave.

  • Bookmobile Schedule

    July 3 – Walnut Street, Upton, Westpoint Bank, Watch Me Grow, Maxine Road, New Jackson Highway
    July 8 – Rose Circle, Goodin-Williams Road, Slack Road, Trumbo Road, Dan Dunn Road, Salem Church Road
    July 9 – Sunrise Manor summer program, Poplar Avenue, South L&N, Sunrise Manor, Campbellsville Road
    July 10 – Kingdom Kids, Senior Center, Taylor Mills, LaRue Trace Apartments, Morningside Apartments
    July 11 – First Friends, Paula’s Hot Biscuit, East Main, Williams Street