Today's News

  • LCMS Academic team wins championship

    The LaRue County Middle School Academic Team won two team championships, including several individual awards, and received the trophy for first place overall in the District Governors Cup competition held at Boston School on Saturday, January 20.

    Middle Schools in LaRue County’s District are Boston, Old Kentucky Home, New Haven and Bardstown’s St. Joseph School. LaRue County’s team is coached by Doris Jean Holleran.

  • Hawks win three straight

    The Hawks varsity basketball team won three games this past week, defeating Dupont Manual, Caverna and Glasgow.

    The Hawks ended the week with a 57-54 win against the Dupont Manual Crimsons on Saturday, January 27 in the Nathan McCurry Classic.

    The Hawks had a 17-13 lead at the end of the first quarter, but the Crimsons put up 21 points in the second quarter to lead 34-29 at halftime.

    The third quarter was a low scoring affair as the Hawks outscored the Crimsons 11-5 to regain the 40-39 lead.

  • Florence signs with Asbury

    Barren County senior Jill Florence will be swinging her golf club at the collegiate level, starting in the fall of the 2018-19 school year. According to the news story in the Glasgow Daily times, Florence officially signed her scholarship to be a member of the Asbury University women’s golf team after a prolific four-year career with the Barren County girl’s golf program.

  • Sports shorts

    LaRue County Youth Soccer

    The LaRue County Youth Soccer Association is having an in-person registration at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, February 3.

    Youth baseball and softball signups

    LaRue County Youth baseball and softball signups will be February 3, 10, 17 and 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School cafeteria. Ages 3-15 for youth baseball and ages of 6U, 8U, 10U, and 12U for youth softball.

    Pickleball LaRue County

  • 2018 LCMS Lady Hawks Volleyball Schedule


    Date Opponent Venue

    February 5 (Monday) Stuart Pepper HOME

    February 6 (Tuesday) West Hardin HOME

    February 8 (Thursday) East Hardin AWAY

    February 12 (Monday) Grayson County AWAY

    February 14 (Wednesday) St. James School AWAY

    February 19 (Monday) Bluegrass AWAY

    February 20 (Tuesday) North Middle School AWAY

    February 22 (Thursday) TK Stone HOME

    February 26 (Monday) JT Alton AWAY

    February 27 (Tuesday) Bluegrass HOME

  • LCMS Lady Hawks volleyball preview

    As Coach Kendrick Bryan enters into his fourth season as head coach of the LCMS Lady Hawks Volleyball team, he and Assistant Coach Jay Edlin are looking forward to a season maturation and growth.

    “The girls have been practicing hard, and I am optimistic about this team’s abilities. We have several returning players and their experience is helpful regarding volleyball drills and terminology,” Coach Bran said.

    Assistant Coach Jay Edlin is also excited about the new season.

  • LaRue ExCEL winner seeks to inspire students

    Andy Arendt believes every student can learn and make art.

    In his classroom at LaRue County Middle School, he works to give his art students the techniques and tools to be successful.

    Arendt said he makes a point of trying to inspire and encourage students. Not every student will be a Picasso when they leave his class, but he wants to see growth.

    “Every­one has the ability to grow,” he said.

  • Hodgenville News - January 31, 2018

    Thought for the week: F-E-A-R has two meanings. Forget Everything And Run or Face Everything And Rise. The choice is yours.

    I didn’t know Buffalo Post Office was shut down again. That’s sad. I loved that little place when we lived in Buffalo. I think the E-Z stop store would be a perfect place for the post office. At least it is a bigger place.

  • Community News - January 31, 2018
  • The (wrong) road home

    Home. There’s truly no place like it. I recently returned from a trip back to Oregon and boy, did I need it. It was a wonderful whirlwind, filled with friends and family we hadn’t seen for a year and a half but I have to admit it felt a little weird taking a “vacation” home—especially when I got lost getting to my own house.