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Today's News

  • 'Home for the Holidays' unveiled

    During the start of the holiday season may seem like an odd time to release a medicine management campaign, but the hope is that it will be the perfect time.

    The “Home for the Holidays” medicine management campaign is being unveiled during this holiday season in conjunction with the Eldercare Locator, a public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging, and Consumers Union, a non-profit publisher of Consumer Reports. The campaign’s goal is to assist older adults and their caregivers in making smart, economical health-care decisions.

  • 4-H Awards Banquet will be held Monday

    Numerous 4-H members and volunteers will be recognized 6:30 p.m. Dec. 7 at the annual 4-H Awards Banquet at the Extension Service office.

    The meal is potluck with the 4-H Council providing the meat, drinks and paper products. All 4-H members are welcome to attend, however, invitations were mailed to those who will be receiving recognition during the banquet. Please RSVP if you will attend by calling 358-3401.

  • Time to consider deadlines for holiday shipping needs

    The U.S. Postal Service has issued this list of holiday shipping cut-off dates to ensure packages arrive on time. Some dates have passed.

    APO/FPO

    Express mail – Dec. 18

    First class and priority mail – Dec. 11

    Parcel airlift – Dec. 1

    Space available mail – Nov. 21

    Parcel Post – Nov. 13

    International

    Dates vary for delivery. Check with your local post office.

    Domestic

    First class and priority mail – Dec. 21

    Express mail – Dec. 23

  • Laptop initiative will open doors for learning

    LaRue County Schools are considering taking a giant step forward in technology that could equip all their high school students with never-before opportunities for learning.

    The program, which students will name, will put the use of a laptop computer into the hands of each LaRue County High School student. 

    “I feel the laptop initiative has the potential to enhance learning and better prepare our students for college and/or the work force,” said Sam Sanders, LaRue County Schools superintendent. 

  • Poor nutrition for beef cattle can have delayed effects on productivity

    This has been a great year for forage production in LaRue County. We’ve had plenty of rain and thus grass for the grazing season with lots to spare for haymaking. We still have accumulated fescue pasture that can be grazed this winter. In recent years, cattle producers have been feeding hay for months by this time of year.

  • Local residents honored by UK football team

    Two LaRue County men were among 26 seniors to be honored by the University of Kentucky football team before the Nov. 28 game with Tennessee.

    Zipp Duncan, the son of Steve and Marsha Duncan of Magnolia, started the last two seasons as an offensive tackle. He was backup tight end as a redshirt freshman in 2006. He appeared in 38 games, making 26 consecutive starts.

  • Tommy Turner named to CU board

    Messengers at the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s annual meeting approved new members for the Kentucky Baptist Convention mission board and the boards of several affiliated institutions and agencies.

    LaRue County Judge/Executive Tommy Turner of Magnolia was appointed to fill an unexpired term on Campbellsville University’s board.

    The committee on nominations submitted the nominations for approval during the Nov. 10 state meeting at Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown.

  • CKAG names artist of the month

    John Thomas “Tommy” Gardner of Hodgenville was voted Artist of the Month by the Central Kentucky Art Guilt Nov. 16. The painting is titled “An Evening Out” and depicts the Brown-Pusey House in Elizabethtown in the days of gaslights and horse-drawn carriages.

    The next meeting of the CKAG is Dec. 21 at Nolin RECC in Elizabethtown.

  • LaRue students shine in JV Academic Challenge

    LaRue County High School’s JV Academic Team had a good showing at the JV Challenge, hosted at LaRue County High School.

  • Stand up for your constitutional right to say 'Merry Christmas'

    I’m sure everyone is aware that some people want to remove God from our lives. They want to remove “under God,” from the pledge, remove the Ten Commandments, have no prayer in school and the list goes on.

    Why are we letting these people take away what this nation was founded under? We put contact information in the paper regularly so you can write to the politicians and tell them what you think. If these politicians that we elected don’t work for “we the people” then “we the people” need to remove them.