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  • Meredith visits LaRue Cattlemen’s Association

    The LaRue County Cattlemen’s Association hosted Kentucky’s 19th House District Representative Michael Lee Meredith Oct. 11. Meredith’s district comprises Edmonson, Hart and LaRue Counties.  
    Meredith updated the Association on recent activities in Frankfort.  Various issues that were discussed were the fuel conversion experiments, animal and disease traceability, tobacco moisture density issues and state budget issues.  

  • Farm News: Updated 10-18

    Making Money Growing Food
    The program “Making Money Growing Food” will begin at 9 a.m. Oct. 20 at the Saint Catherine Mother House in Springfield. Registration is at 8:15 a.m. Sessions include large volume sales, livestock distribution projects, specialty products, public school food service, the wine market and regulations. No charge to attend but pre-registration is required at http://www.planetreg.com/E827193846217 or call Dennis Morgeson at 1-859-336-7741.

    Kentucky Beef Conference

  • AgrAbility program provides assistance to farmers with disabilities

    Kentucky AgrAbility helps farmers with disabilities find ways to continue farming by providing education and assistance so they can cope with or accommodate a disability.
    The program provides technical assistance through direct help to agricultural families with assistive technology, worksite modification and independent living modifications.
    AgrAbility is also the major information resource for farming with a disability and reaches out through direct personal contact; mail and Internet delivery; and public education and outreach.

  • PHOTO: 4-H Teen Leadership Academy
  • Smith named to National All-Star Bowl

    Brian “B.K.” Smith Jr., 12, of Louisville, has been named to the Third Annual Offense Youth All-American Bowl.
    Smith, who is a starting running back and starting linebacker for J’town Bulldogs will join dozens of peers in his age group nationwide in a East meet West clash that is part of a week long series of events leading up to the nationally-televised, sixth annual Offense-Defense All-American Bowl, an All-Star football game of similar format showcasing 80 of the top high school seniors in the country.

  • PHOTO: Radcliff Revolution

    5. LaRue County (86)
    3. Kristina Durbin, 22:03.09
    14. Amarah Reed, 24:19.32
    22. Amanda Brewer, 25:18.00
    25. Amanda Adyani, 25:28.33
    27. Sierra Schmidt, 25:35.22

    3. LaRue County (69)
    3. Adam Sandidge, 18:03.56
    11. Lucas Pepper, 20:12.29
    24. Randy Young, 22:23.54
    25. Nick Chantharasinh, 22:32.41
    48. Blake Heibert, 26:08.11

  • Lady Hawks advance to region play

    Behind the powerful hitting of senior Kayla McFee, the Green County Lady Dragons spiked their way to their ninth straight district championship.
    McFee had 10 of Green County’s 26 total kills as the Lady Dragons knocked off tournament host LaRue County, 25-10, 25-16 in the 18th District Volleyball Tournament championship Tuesday in Hodgenville.

  • Thompson breaks school record in yards

    Senior halfback Cody Thompson carried the ball 22 times for a school record 354-yards for the Hawks as LaRue County defeated the Elizabethtown Panthers 57-44 Friday.
    Thompson broke Danny Embree’s 1979 record of 312 rushing yards on 25 carries, had 2.5 sacks, returned a fourth-quarter kickoff for a score and scored four more touchdowns as the Hawks clinched a home playoff berth.

  • ‘Radio’ inspires on screen and in real life

    What started as a visit to see her sister in South Carolina turned into much more than that for Nessa Love.
    Once at her sister’s house in Columbia, the Hodgenville resident began a spur-of-the moment drive to Anderson, a town a good hour and 45 minutes away, for a needle-in-the-haystack search for James Robert Kennedy, better known as Radio, a man about whom a movie was produced in 2003.