Today's News

  • Track and Field - April 10 results

    BARDSTOWN — Results from Saturday’s meet at Garnis Martin Field:

    Girls’ Team Scores

    8. LaRue County, 19

    Boys’ Team Scores

    14. LaRue County, 4


    Individual Results

    Girls’ 100-Meter Dash

    24. Kalaya Barnes, 16.45

    25. Harley Keller, 16.91


    Girls’ 200-Meter Dash

    11. Jackie Rigdon, 28.82

    27. Kalaya Barnes, 34.76


    Girls’ 400-Meter Dash

  • PHOTO: First turkey

    Ian Nalley, 15, the son of Jason and Camille Milby and Phil Nalley, had a successful youth weekend with his first turkey kill. Ian's turkey weighed about 26 pounds and had a 9 1/2-inch beard.

  • Book's message: It's not about you

    You may have heard the old joke of the elderly man who was told that at his age he should be thinking about the “hereafter.” He replied, “I do all the time.  When I go into a room, I stop and ask myself, what am I “here after”?

    Paul advises us, whatever our age, to “Set your mind on things above, not on earthly things …“(Colossians 3:2-3). Even though we have to live in this world, we must see the next. Jesus said, “Seek first the kingdom of God” (Matthew 6:33).

  • National Park invites you to 'find your park'

    Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park joins parks, programs and partners across the country to encourage people to find their park and share their stories online at FindYourPark.com. 

    Find Your Park is the theme of National Park Week 2015, and a public awareness and education campaign celebrating the milestone centennial anniversary of the National Park Service in 2016 and setting the stage for its second century of service.

  • PHOTO: Cub Scouts visit Frankfort

    On Feb. 26 a few members of the New Haven Cub Scout Pack 996 and Boy Scout Troop 996 visited the state Capitol to serve as pages under Sen. Jimmy Higdon, R-Lebanon. They are pictured from left, Mike Ellard, son of Bert and Billie Ellard, of New Hope; James Michael Courtney, son of James and Renee Courney, of Bardstown; the senator; Marcus Clark, son of Stacey and Danna Clark, of New Haven; and Cody Clark, son of Russ and Jessica Clark, of New Haven.

  • Youth attend 4-H Summit

    Middle school 4-H delegates from across the state recently attended the 10th annual Kentucky 4-H Summit at the Lake Cumberland Leadership Center in Jabez. The conference is held annually for those youth in grades 6-8 who want to learn more about Kentucky 4-H. The program is designed to encourage youth to continue their involvement in 4-H as they transition from middle to high school. 

  • COLUMN: Put savings plans into action


    Savings isn’t just about putting money in the bank. It can be accomplished in many ways, all of them helpful to the individual. This list of money saving techniques is broken into three distinct styles of savings: 1) restricting purchases to prioritize need rather than want, 2) reserving money for later, and 3) reducing the cost of needed items bought.

    Identifying your wants versus needs:

    1. Kick a bad habit and put the money you would have spent on that habit into savings.

  • Spring forage decisions affect yearly production

    Spring is here. Management practices during the early spring directly impact future performance and profitability for the upcoming year. Let’s look at two common misconceptions and why some may need to rethink their management practices as they relate to the harvest of spring-time forages.

    Wet weather during the spring makes it nearly impossible to put up quality hay is one misconception. While not impossible, it is difficult. We cannot turn the water off and on to accommodate the growth of forages and our harvest schedule as farmers do in the western United States.

  • Better Business Bureau: Hot Topics for April

     Beware of a pretrial conference scam. A local consumer contacted BBB saying she received a phone call telling her she had to appear for a pretrial conference and if she didn’t show up, she would be arrested. Then, the scammer tried to get her personal information. 


  • St. Catherine's finances under review

    Last week, the U.S. Department of Education released a list of 544 schools that are being kept under a close eye after questions were raised in regard to finances. Of those, 69 schools reportedly face an investigation for “severe” findings in their audit. Included among those 69 schools was St. Catharine College.

    Schools found to have severe issues were placed on the HCM2 (heightened cash monitoring) list, which means the department of education will begin closely watching the handling of funds at those institutions.