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Today's News

  • Canter awarded UK scholarship

    Hannah Elizabeth Canter, a student from LaRue County, has been awarded a Presidential Scholarship to attend the University of Kentucky this fall.

    The Presidential Scholarship is worth more than $31,500. It provides the cost of in-state tuition for four years.

    Canter is the daughter of Gary and D.J. Canter and the 2009 valedictorian of LaRue County High School.

  • Canter awarded UK scholarship

    Hannah Elizabeth Canter, a student from LaRue County, has been awarded a Presidential Scholarship to attend the University of Kentucky this fall.

    The Presidential Scholarship is worth more than $31,500. It provides the cost of in-state tuition for four years.

    Canter is the daughter of Gary and D.J. Canter and the 2009 valedictorian of LaRue County High School.

  • Canter awarded UK scholarship

    Hannah Elizabeth Canter, a student from LaRue County, has been awarded a Presidential Scholarship to attend the University of Kentucky this fall.

    The Presidential Scholarship is worth more than $31,500. It provides the cost of in-state tuition for four years.

    Canter is the daughter of Gary and D.J. Canter and the 2009 valedictorian of LaRue County High School.

  • Church calendar

    Magnolia Cumberland revival

    Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church is holding a revival each evening at 7 through Sept. 2.

    Gospel concert

  • Church calendar

    Magnolia Cumberland revival

    Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church is holding a revival each evening at 7 through Sept. 2.

    Gospel concert

  • Church calendar

    Magnolia Cumberland revival

    Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church is holding a revival each evening at 7 through Sept. 2.

    Gospel concert

  • Parents urged to be flu smart

    A letter sent home with LaRue County students Wednesday offering advice about symptoms and prevention of the flu was simply precautionary, a school official said.

    Local schools are dealing with phone calls from residents concerned about the H1N1 virus, which is more commonly known as swine flu.

    Director of Pupil Personnel Mike Brown said Thursday morning that no confirmed cases of H1N1 have been reported to the school system by The Kentucky Department for Public Health or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

  • Cataract treatments improve quality of life

    Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world. Cataracts affect 20.5 million Americans age 40 and older.

    Fortunately, in the U.S., cataract surgery is safer and simpler than ever with results that cannot only improve your vision but can potentially do so and eliminate your need or dependency on glasses.

    Usually, cataracts develop slowly with little effect on vision. But as the cataract grows, vision becomes blurred, like looking through a cloudy lens or an impressionist painting.

  • U.S. 31E may become All-American Road

    By late August, U.S. 31E from Hodgenville to Bardstown, then U.S. 150 from Bardstown to Danville, could be designated an All-American Road. The designation is the highest in the National Scenic Byways Program, a part of the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration. There are just 25 All-American Roads in the United States.

  • Pamida Foundation raises funds for back-to-school

    Pamida Foundation is holding the Back-to-School Pinup Program to benefit local schools. Funds are raised through customer donations and distributed to schools for the purchase of school supplies for underprivileged children.

    Customers may purchase pin-ups for $1 each in any Pamida store through Aug. 21.

    Each donation will go to a local school designated by the store. The Pamida Foundation will match up to $250 per community during the program.