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Today's News

  • Underclassmen shine in Wooden Bat Classic

    Coach Chris Price and his Hawks hosted the Wooden Bat Classic, sponsored by Nall’s Specialized Hauling, last weekend.

    LaRue was joined by DeSales, Adair County and Somerset to play in a round- robin format, using wooden bats. The Hawks finished 1-2 with 16 players out Saturday evening to attend the LaRue County High School prom.

    On Friday, LaRue opened the tournament by dropping to a tough DeSales team, 10-2. Desales came in to the tournament with a 10-2 record.

  • LaRue girls win All-Comers Meet

    Six teams met Thursday at the LaRue County All-Comers Invitational Track and Field Meet. Campbellsville, Adair County, Russell County, Hart County and Bullitt Central were in attendance. The LaRue boys tied with Russell County for first place with 112 points. The LaRue County girls finished first with 117 points to Russell County's 93 in second place.

  • Transportation themes discussed by School Board

    Monday night’s school board meeting heard many issues – some discussed in previous meetings, some with additional information, some with repeat requests for information.

    Board member Norbert Skees discussed the recent committee meeting regarding the policy for student transportation to and from school-sponsored events. The committee, which consisted of Misty Bivens, Rodney Armes, Gary Canter, Paul Childress, Eric Cecil, David Dawson, Rip Collins, Jaime Smith, Jennifer Keith, board chairman Ronnie Chelf and Skees, agreed on the following policy:

  • Weather could fuel fire danger

    Weather conditions this afternoon could create a critical fire threat.

    LaRue County is part of a 60-county alert issued Monday by the National Weather Service. The red flag warning means that critical fire weather conditions may occur.

    A combination of strong winds, low relative humidity and warm temperatures could create explosive fire growth potential, the NWS warning says.

    The red flag warning is in effect until 6 p.m. for an area stretching from southern Indiana to Bowling Green and east to Lexington. LaRue is one of 50 Kentucky counties in the warning area.

  • Chamber Winds plan first concert

    Campbellsville University’s Chamber Winds will perform its inaugural concert 3 p.m. Sunday in The Gheens Recital Hall.

    Under the director of Dr. Scott Bersaglia, assistant director of bands and assistant professor of music, the Chamber Winds is a new group at CU. The concert is free and open to the public.

    Heather McDonald of Hodgenville plays oboe with the group.

    For more information, call 270-789-5237.

  • Spring sports passes on sale

    Season passes for softball and baseball freshman, JV and varsity games are available at LaRue County High School. The passes are good for all home games during the regular season.

    Student passes are $20, adults $40. Tickets at the gate are $5 for varsity, $3 for JV and freshman only games.

     

  • Golf scramble benefits youth baseball

    The LaRue County Youth Baseball Golf Scramble will be 9 a.m. Saturday, April 25, at the LaRue County Country Club.

    The fee is $50 per person. Hole sponsorships are available for $50 each.

    Call Clarence Baker Jr. at 358-8651 for more information.

  • National Guard group plans reunion

    A 40th reunion and anniversary of the Kentucky National Guard, B Battery, 2nd 138th Field Artillery, is set for 1-5 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at the Elizabethtown Armory on Warfield Street.

    All former members are welcome to attend. This unit was deployed to Vietnam on May 13, 1968.

    For more information, contact Al McDonald at 270-300-8106.

  • Reception scheduled for retiring librarian

    A retirement reception will be held for Emily Martin, LaRue County Library director, 1-3 p.m. Saturday. The library’s board of trustees is hosting the event at the library.

    For more information, call 358-3851.

  • Special Needs Adoption Program

    The Special Needs Adoption Program within the Department for Community Based Services operates statewide to recruit families to adopt or foster Kentucky’s waiting children.