Today's News

  • Cull those chronic bloaters

    Cattle producers should take a look at their pastures because clover has grown rapidly this spring. There is a need to assess the risk for clover bloat in pasture with more than an estimated 50 percent clover stand. Such producers should follow management strategies to reduce the risk of bloat.

  • Lady Hawks back on track after wins at TSOA tourney

    LaRue County’s Lady Hawks had a rough week going scoreless against Louisville Holy Cross and Bullitt East and losing by one point to John Hardin.
    The Ladies fell 10-0 March 22 to Bullitt East.
    They lost 2-0 March 19 to Holy Cross.
    The host Lady Cougars scored their two runs in the first inning and held the Lady Hawks to three hits as they won their third straight.
    Senior Brittany Enlow went 2-for-3, while junior Kayla Skaggs was 1-for-3.
    Sophomore Brigitte Skaggs (0-1) took the loss.

  • Hawks shine with wins over E’town, Bardstown

    The LaRue County Hawks had a great opening week with two wins over opponents.
    The Hawks won their season opener 2-0 March 20 against Nelson County.
    Junior Cole Hughes struck out three and scattered three walks and two hits in five innings as the visiting Hawks held off the Cardinals.
    Head Coach Chris Price said he was pleased with the pitching and defense.


    HODGENVILLE — LaRue County results from Saturday’s LaRue County Invitational at LaRue County High School:

    Alisha Durbin had a successful day for the LaRue County High School Track Team at Saturday’s invitational. She took first in 300-meter hurdles, second in 100-meter hurdles and long jump. Misha Jakes was first in the high jump.
    For the boys, Cody Thompson was first in 300-meter hurdles and ninth in the 100-meter dash.
    3. LaRue County, 125

  • CU wrestling team makes top-3 finish

    Campbellsville University wrestling locked up its first-ever top-three finish at the NAIA Wrestling National Championships with 121.5 team points and two NAIA national runners-up at the Jacobson Exhibition Center on the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

  • Tennis: LaRue vs. Bethlehem

    March 20 – LaRue vs. Bethlehem

    LaRue 4, Bethlehem 1
    Keiren Bowen (LC) def. Riley Coots (B) 6-1, 6-1
    Trevor Sanders (LC) def. Adam Rogers (B) 6-0, 6-0
    Kyler Hart (LC) def. Jessie Plouvier (B) 6-0, 6-0
    Zachary Lee/Ryan Abell (LC) def. Ezra Surtes/Barrett Greenwell (B) 6-0, 6-2
    Adam Dant/Trent Kramer (B) def. Tyler Skaggs/Lucas Pepper (LC) 6-7(6-8), 6-1, 10-6

    LaRue 4, Bethlehem 1

  • Sports Shorts updated 3-28-12

    Saddle Club meeting March 29
    The LaRue County Saddle Club will meet 7 p.m. March 29 at Golden Coral in Elizabethtown. Anyone interested in joining and members are urged to attend. For more information, call Pam Meredith at 766-8313.

    Golf Scramble
    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble is March 30 at the LaRue County Golf Course near Buffalo with shotgun start at noon. For more information, call the Chamber office at 358-3411 or email Jessica@laruecountychamber.org.

  • Meredith takes silver in swim championship

    Madeline Meredith, 7-year-old daughter of Andy and Whitney Meredith, made an outstanding showing at the 2012 8-and-under Short Course Swim State Championship March 24-25 at the Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center in Louisville.

    She brought home the silver medal in the 50-yard backstroke out of 123 girls; a silver medal in the 50-yard freestyle out of 136 competitors; bronze medal in the 50-yard fly out of 104 girls; fourth place in the 100-yard freestyle; and fourth place in the 100-yard individual medley.

  • Subsidy for telephone service ends

    Changes being made by the Federal Communications Commission mean an end to a program that subsidizes the cost of telephone service for low-income consumers.

    “Although the Link-Up program will end April 2, the Lifeline program, which helps pay the cost of monthly phone bills for eligible consumers, will continue,” Kentucky Public Service Commission Chairman David Armstrong said. “We encourage eligible Kentuckians to continue to avail themselves of that program.”

  • PHOTO: Shanks perform in free concert