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Today's News

  • USDA accepting more farmland for wildlife habitat in Kentucky

    Kentucky Farm Service Agency Executive Director John W. McCauley recently announced that an additional 1,100 acres of agricultural land in Kentucky will be eligible to receive funding for wildlife habitat restoration.

  • Stockpiling Tall Fescue

    Stockpiling fescue can be defined as growing pasture for later use. This typically means applying nitrogen to tall fescue pastures in August, letting them grow through the fall, and then grazing during the late fall and early winter.

    The best pastures to target are those with the thickest stands of fescue. Fescue responds extremely well to nitrogen applications in late summer and has an amazing ability to retain its nutrient value through the winter. Phosphate and potash should be applied as needed.

  • Campbellsville honors LaRue teachers

    SPECIAL TO THE LARUE COUNTY HERALD NEWS

    Campbellsville University recently honored several teachers in the LaRue County School District by awarding the Campbellsville University Excellence in Teaching Award at the Ransdell Chapel on the CU campus.

    The Excellence in Teaching Award recipients include the following with their superintendent listed first:

    LaRue County School System, Sam Sanders, superintendent; Laura Marie Kudrna, Hodgenville Elementary School; Seronia Ann Hudson, LaRue County Middle School; and Amy Jo South of LaRue County High School.

  • These girls got game
  • News of Record, July 29 2015

    Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the LaRue County Clerk’s Office in Hodgenville.

    Tim L. Aulbach and Teresa D. Aulbach to Gary L. Rice and Brigitte V. Rice, tract 5 of Tim Aulbach property $25.000.

    Charles W. Robinson and Anneliese Robinson to Phyllisteen W. Caulk and James Paul Caulk, property on road from Hibernia to Attilla, $73,000.

    Barney Horton and Betty Horton to Dean Hornback and Kelly Hornback, tract 3 of John Howell agricultural division, $17,500.

  • News of Record, July 29 2015

    Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the LaRue County Clerk’s Office in Hodgenville.

    Tim L. Aulbach and Teresa D. Aulbach to Gary L. Rice and Brigitte V. Rice, tract 5 of Tim Aulbach property $25.000.

    Charles W. Robinson and Anneliese Robinson to Phyllisteen W. Caulk and James Paul Caulk, property on road from Hibernia to Attilla, $73,000.

    Barney Horton and Betty Horton to Dean Hornback and Kelly Hornback, tract 3 of John Howell agricultural division, $17,500.

  • Scholarship Awarded

    Fort Knox Federal Credit Union awarded college scholarships to four outstanding 2015 high school graduates, including Madison Lee of LaRue County High School.

    Each year, Fort Knox Federal provides $1,000 in financial assistance to a select number of deserving college-bound high school students who are members or are the sons or daughters of members of Fort Knox Federal Credit Union.  The scholarships are designated the Howard Roush Memorial Scholarships, in honor of a former Fort Knox Federal president. 

  • The LaRue County 10U All-Stars fare well in tournament
  • The LaRue 8U All-Stars fare well in tournament
  • Birthday - Gibson

    Kenneth and Rita Gibson will celebrate their 87th birthday in August. Rita’s birthday is Aug. 1; Kenneth’s birtday is Aug. 23. Both will be turning 87 years old. Two of their children, Venita Hawkins and Dorman Gibson, will also be celebrating August birthdays.

    Kenneth and Rita have 12 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren, with one more on the way.

    Rita and Kenneth have been married 64 years. There will be a family celebration in August.