Today's News

  • ALES Proclaimed Regional Runner Up

    With fourteen schools competing in Region 13, Abraham Lincoln Elementary brought home the runner up trophy last Saturday, March 4 at Lebanon Elementary School.

    Students who contributed to the win were: Baines Turner, Matt Cruse, Jake Heady, Nate Faulkner, Andrew Reding, Logan Hawkins, Xander Perkins, Ayden Siedl, Tanner Skaggs, Colson Nicholas, Ellah Pruitt, Emily Detre and Ella Thomas.

  • Reed appointed to justice, public safety, judiciary committee

    Representative Brandon Reed of Hodgenville was recently appointed to the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Justice, Public Safety, and Judiciary.

    The subcommittee is charged with matters pertaining to budget allocations relating to the judicial system and public safety. The subcommittee reports to the House Appropriations and Revenue Committee, which is responsible for drafting the executive budget.

  • Rep. Brandon Reed’s legislative update - March 8, 2017

    As the end of the Regular Session draws near, we continue work on behalf of the people of Kentucky. This week, the House passed measures to combat our state’s drug epidemic, protect innocent life, and support our firefighters and veterans.

  • Senator Steve Meredith’s legislative update - March 8, 2017

    Late nights, packed committee meetings, and heated debate marked the fifth week of the 2017 session.

    The Senate is quickly passing the remaining Senate bills out and receiving bills from the House for consideration. While there were some contested issues, the Senate conducted itself in a bipartisan fashion. We wasted no time this week and passed over 40 pieces of legislation including:

    Senate Bill 9, redistricting of judicial districts in order to better align caseloads with current census data;

  • Hawks lose heartbreaker to Taylor Co.

    The season has come to an end for the LaRue County Hawks varsity basketball team after they fell to the Taylor County Cardinals 58-54 on Monday, March 6.

    The Hawks started the game great as they led 14-8 at the end of the first quarter, but the Cardinals came back to take the 29-28 lead at halftime. The third quarter was a dogfight as the Hawks managed to tie the game 38-38 at the end of the quarter, but the Cardinals managed to pull away and take the four point victory in the final quarter of the game.

  • Sallee’s Taekwondo belt testing, promotion
  • Sports shorts - March 8, 2017

    St Patrick’s Day 5K run/walk

    A 5K run/walk will be held in Elizabethtown on Saturday March 18. The event is open to the public, and benefits the athletes of Hardin County through the Special Olympics of Kentucky. Every participant will receive a custom finisher’s medal. Adult participants will receive a swag bag and t-shirt. Registration is $30.00 through March 12, and $35 March 13 through race day. Kid’s registration is $10 but does not include any swag. To register, visit www.stpatsday5k.com.

    5K supports Relay for Life

  • LCHS baseball scrimmage - March 8, 2017
  • LaRue County Youth basketball results

    LaRue/Nelson County 6th Grade Youth Basketball Action

    Tournament play wrapped up this past weekend with Team #1 winning their tournament bracket over Bardstown Team #3 by a score of 38 to 26. Tate Wootton led the team in scoring with 17 points and 3 rebounds, Curtis Ford had 11 points and 6 rebounds, Grayson White had 5 points and 3 rebounds, Jagger McBride had 2 points and 3 rebounds, Cameron Williams had 2 points and 5 rebounds, and Luke Howell had 8 rebounds.

  • LCMS volleyball play on the road

    The LCMS Girls’ Volleyball team played on the road this past week as they visited North Middle School on Monday, February 27 and St. James Middle School on Thursday, March 2.

    The Lady Hawks walked away from North Middle with two victories as both the 7th and 8th grade Lady Hawks were victorious. The 7th grade Lady Hawks began the night winning two consecutive sets by the scores of 21-12 and 21-14. The 8th grade Lady Hawks also won in consecutive sets by the scores of 21-5 and 21-17.