Today's News

  • Lady Hawks soccer lose to Spencer County

    The LaRue County High School Girls Soccer team lost to Spencer County last Saturday 1-6.

    Allison Bauer scored the Lady Hawks sole goal in the game.

    Head Coach Bill Hawkins said Spencer County was a strong matchup for the Lady Hawks.

    “We have two more games to work out a few kinks before we go into the district tournament,” Hawkins said. “We are having ladies step up their whole game just in time and hope to have a strong showing in the district tournament next week.”

  • Hawks volleyball lose to Nelson County

    The LCHS Lady Hawks varsity volleyball team lost a close game to Nelson County last Thursday night.

    The Lady Hawks lost 2-3 (13-25, 25-21, 15-25, 25-8, 15-10). The stats for the game are as follows: Presley Brown - 4 blocks, 13 kills and a dig; Grace Armes - 4 kills; Rachel Armes - 5 kills, 2 aces; Breea Kirkpatrick - 23 digs, 1 ace; Kaitlynn Warnshuis - 6 kills; Cidney Neagle - 25 assists, 1 kill; Emma Bowling - 9 digs; Sophie Akin - 3 kills and 1 block and Jessi O’Bryan - 1 ace.

  • 5th Annual Breast Cancer Tractor Pull event to be held this weekend

    Five years ago, it started with a dream, and now with proceeds of $96,982 donated to Breast Cancer Research the past four year, event coordinators suggest this years event is on target to be even better.

    “It’s a wonderful feeling you get being part of such a worthy cause”, says Helen Cecil, who is also a breast cancer survivor, and part of the event team.

  • Cross Country results - Jack Mitchell Invitational

    Jack Mitchell Invitational – 9-29-16

    Varsity Boys 5K

    16 Lafollette, Gabe LaRue County 18:15.00

    23 Cecil, Jake LaRue County 18:46.00

    25 Silva, Christian LaRue County 19:11.00

    31 Mullins, Cameron LaRue County 19:29.00

    32 Pearman, William LaRue County 19:32.00

    65 Martin, Chance LaRue County 21:28.00

    83 Metcalf, Stiles LaRue County 23:28.00

    Varsity Girls 5K

    2 Pearman, Emily LaRue County 20:43

    21 Pepper, Sophe LaRue County 23:56

  • Finding the niche

    The word niche is often used for those people that are particularly good at something. For Sophomore Gabe Lafollette, cross country has been that niche.

    Lafollette has been a member of the LaRue County Cross Country program for the last six years. His involvement with the sport started in fourth grade when former Physical Ed teacher, now HES Principal, Eric Hughes noticed Lafollette was gifted in distance running. Hughes encouraged Lafollette to give cross country a try.

  • Fall forest fire hazard season now underway

    The Kentucky Division of Forestry (KDF) is again preparing for an active wildfire season.

    State law restricts open burning within 150 feet of any woodland or brushland between the daylight hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. during the Fall and Spring forest fire hazard seasons, which run from October 1 to December 15 and from February 15 to April 30.

  • LCMS girls basketball got 1-1

    It was a tale of two teams last week for the LCMS Girl’s basketball Lady Hawks.

    Last Monday night, the Lady Hawks hosted Taylor County Middle in which both the 8th and 7th grade Lady Hawks defeated Taylor with convincing double-digit victories. The night began with the 7th grade Lady Hawks defeating Taylor Middle by a score of 27 to 15, pushing their record to 5-7. Paige Evans led the offensive scoring after pouring in 16 points while Natalie Gentry chipped in with 4, Maleah English with 3, Lydia Goode with 2, and Avery Murray with 2.

  • Sandidge finishes in top 25
  • Vadalism reported at Hodgenville Rite Aid

    Local police are currently investigating a reported burglary last weekend at Rite Aid Pharmacy in Hodgenville.

    According to Hodgenville Police Chief Marcus Jackson, someone removed a window from the drive-thru lane at Rite Aid sometime last Friday night or early Saturday morning. He said nothing has been reported stolen from the store at this point.

    Jackson said there is no description of the suspect or suspects. He said it is also not known if they were in a vehicle or not.

  • Phelps finishes in top 10