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Today's News

  • Is John 3:16 our passport to Heaven?

    If the Bible were destroyed and only John 3:16 remained that would be enough to bring the whole world to salvation. We do not have to be a walking encyclopedia to be saved. When we understand and experience John 3:16 we have a passport to Heaven.

    The cause of salvation is found in the words, “For God so loved the world ...” (John 3:16). Salvation does not begin in the life of man, but in the love of God. God’s love goes beyond all other love. Salvation is rooted and grounded in the love of God.

  • LaRue schools honor alumni

    The LaRue County Board of Education has announced the 2009 inductees to be named as LaRue County Distinguished Alumni.

    Four outstanding graduates will be recognized Oct. 2 at a luncheon in their honor at the LaRue County Extension Office. Distinguished Alumni for 2009 are Britt Brockman, A. Glenn Catlett, Mary Tim Cravens Griffith and Brent Wright.

    Brockman

  • Tot recovering from dog attack

    A toddler is recovering at home after being mauled by a family pet Saturday.

    Two-year-old Ayanna Humphrey received deep lacerations when she was bitten on the face by an adult male pit bull.

    “She had severe lacerations to her lip, nose, jaw and forehead,” LaRue County Deputy Matt Darst said. “You could see all the way to her jawbone and her lip was detached where you could see her teeth.”

  • Hawks blast Elizabethtown 35-7

    LaRue County won its third straight and fourth time in five tries this season 35-7 at Elizabethtown. The victory also spoiled the Panthers' homecoming celebration.

    LaRue has one 10 of its last 13 varsity football games with Elizabethtown.

    The Hawks got three touchdowns and 103 yards rushing from Alex Lee. The Hawks' ground attactk gained 258 yards on the night. Marquis Cobb and Jordan Brewer also scored rushing touchdowns for LaRue.

  • 4-H Point System Record Sheets due

    The 4-H year runs Sept. 1 through Aug. 31. It’s now time for 4-H members to submit their 4-H Awards Point System Record Sheets.

    Record Sheets are simply a record of the 4-H activities or events a particular member has participated in during the past year. Points are assigned for various events, depending on the level of participation. Members then submit a record of the points they have earned, in order to be eligible for 4-H Points Awards to be presented Dec. 7 at the annual 4-H Awards Banquet.

  • LaRue wins its class at Bands of America contest

    Last Saturday, the Band of Hawks traveled to Louisville to perform at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium and to compete in the Bands of America Regional Championship. According to band director Jaime Smith, BOA events are known for being host to numerous large, high-caliber band programs — all competing for the top prize.

    LaRue County was the top band in Class A, earning the title of Class Regional Champion. In addition, LaRue earned all highest achievement awards offered within its clas.

  • Legal Aid Clinics available in Louisville

    The Legal Aid Society will have free legal clinics in September and October. Each clinic will be held at 416 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville. Reservations is required by calling (502) 584-1254.

    Foreclosure Clinic – 11 a.m. Sept. 22; 6 p.m. Sept. 24; 11 a.m. Sept. 29; 6 p.m. Oct. 1; 11 a.m. Oct. 6; 6 p.m. Oct. 8; 11 a.m. Oct. 13; 6 p.m. Oct. 15; 11 a.m. Oct. 20; 6 p.m. Oct. 22; 11 a.m. Oct. 27; 6 p.m. Oct. 29; attorneys will be on hand to answer questions about foreclosures and provide advice on alternatives to foreclosure.

  • Get equipment ready for corn harvest now

    LaRue County’s grain producers soon will begin an expected bountiful harvest of corn. With these higher yields, it is critical to fine-tune equipment to reduce field loss, reduce mechanical delays, improve performance, assure a safe harvest and maintain grain quality of your crops. In fact, a few hours spent with combines, augers, conveyors, dryers and storage bins usually will have a considerable pay back. 

  • Joel Ray still kickin' it after 55 years in show biz

    Each week for 55 years, a few hundred people have arrived each Saturday to enjoy Joel Ray Sprowls’ antics on stage and the talented house band and various entertainers that comprise the Lincoln Jamboree.

    Far fewer share in the behind-the-scenes operations.

  • Carrie Warren competes in Ironman

    Since she took up running to help her lose weight 10 years ago, Carrie Warren has progressed from jogging a couple of miles near her home at Ovesen Heights to mini-marathons and then to marathons, including New York City’s famous race.

    She stepped up big time, however, Aug. 30 when she completed her first Ironman. The Ironman includes three grueling parts – a 2.4-mile swim followed by a 112-mile bicycle ride and then a 26.2-mile marathon run.