Today's News

  • Input sought for educational needs of community

    LaRue Countians have the opportunity to give feedback for educational opportunities offered to the public.

    LaRue County Community Education is seeking input from the public on potential classes they could offer to the community.

    “The Library, Health Department and Extension Office do an outstanding job offering educational opportunities to the community; we’re just trying to find any gaps that we could fill,” Director of LaRue County Community Education, Connie Goff said.

  • LCHS Homecoming 2017
  • Personnel Changes - February 1, 2017


    The LaRue County Board of Education reviewed several personnel changes at their January meeting.

    Dora J. Canter, Teacher at ALES.

    Christy Ferguson as Freshman Softball Coach.

    Rebecca Hawkins as Soccer Coach.

  • Scholarship opprotunities

    County Homemaker Scholarship

    $400 scholarship available to LaRue County residents graduating from high school this year who plan to earn a degree in family and consumer sciences, agriculture or a related field. Or an adult county resident returning to college, vocational or technical school for any field of study.  Application forms available at the LaRue County Extension Office at 270-358-3401 or on the office website- http://larue.ca.uky.edu/content/extension-homemaker-organization Applic... are due to the Extension Office by March 20, 2017.

  • Rotary Club News February 1
  • 100th Day of School
  • LCHS/LCMS Chorus - February 1, 2017
  • Communicare moving to former nursing home building

    Communicare in Hodgenville is moving a larger facility in order to serve more people.

    The organization is moving into a part of the former Sunrise Manor Nursing Home on Phillips Lane in Hodgenville. Kristy McGrew, Marketing and PR Officer for Communicare, said they are leasing a portion of the building from the Family Worship Center, which owns the building. The company will only be using the left wing of the building, which is approximately 7,400 square feet. McGrew said parking and space were the primary reasons for moving to the property.

  • Volunteer with NPS

    Mark your calendar for Saturday, March 25. The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace in Hodgenville will hold volunteer training for anyone interested in helping out at the park. Potential volunteers can help indoors, outdoors, or both. Over 200,000 people come to this part of Kentucky every year from all over the world to remember Lincoln, and we need help providing an unforgettable experience while they do. The training will be from noon to 4 p.m. and only 10 seats are available, so please reserve your spot either in person or by calling 270-358-3137.

  • Howell receives rare auctioneer opportunity

    A LaRue County man is receiving a rare opportunity after winning an auctioneering contest at the Kentucky Cattleman’s Convention on Saturday, January 13.

    Tyler Howell, 21, of Hodgenville won the Auctioneers Contest and as a result he will have the opportunity to auction the first cattle sold at the Bluegrass Stockyards in Lexington once construction is completed. The Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association also awarded Howell with a trip to observe the World’s Auctioneering Competition held in Billings, Montana this June.