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  • Community Calendar - Nov. 5, 2014

     

    Santa’s Helpers Toy Drive

    Santa’s Helpers are collecting new and used toys and batteries for the 48th annual Santa Run on Dec. 24. Donations are accepted at Santa’s Workshop, 760 Salem Lake Road, Hodgenville – or a volunteer will pick up the items. For more information or to volunteer, call Ann “Snookie” Morrison at 270-234-3313.

     

    Dance at Senior Center

  • Clerk receives grant to preserve records

    LaRue County Clerk Linda Carter has received a grant totaling $9,208 from the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives to preserve and manage local government records. KDLA is an agency of the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

    Thirty-eight grants have been awarded for a total of $562,463 from fiscal year 2015 Local Records Grant Program funds.

  • SCRTC holds annual meeting

    South Central RTC’s annual meeting was held at the Cave City Convention Center Oct. 2 with a large crowd in attendance. Entertainment was provided by The Family Bluegrass Band.

    Incumbent Trustee Ralph J. Thompson in District I (Bonnieville and Munfordville) and Incumbent Trustee Jerry Polson in District III (Hiseville and Cave City) were both declared re-elected trustees since there was no opposition.

  • Sunrise participates in Color Run

    Three elders at Sunrise Manor signed up to do the Color Run 5K in Radcliff. Nine had signed up, but due to illness or family visits, six could not participate.

  • Milby takes 5th at Marshall

    Western Kentucky University forensics team members traveled to West Virginia and Nebraska the weekend of Oct. 25-26 to take part in two tournaments.

    In Huntington, West Virginia, the WKU team won the combined team sweepstakes award for debate and individual events, and also received the Quality Award. This award ranks teams according to a team’s combined success, divided by its number of entries.

    Curtis Milby, a freshman from Hodgenville, took fifth in duo interpretation (with Sam Moore) at the Marshall University “Chief Justice” Tournament.

  • LCHS Speech continues winning tradition

    The LaRue County High School Speech Team had its first full team outing at the Murray Invitational on Nov. 1, where they took third overall out of 17 schools and had several team members in finals.

    Senior Brian Anderson took first in extemporaneous speaking, first in impromptu, and second in oratory; sophomores Jacob Thomas and Zoie Webb took fourth in duo; and sophomore Symone Whalin took third in poetry and fifth in program oral interpretation.

  • LCHS Speech continues winning tradition

    The LaRue County High School Speech Team had its first full team outing at the Murray Invitational on Nov. 1, where they took third overall out of 17 schools and had several team members in finals.

    Senior Brian Anderson took first in extemporaneous speaking, first in impromptu, and second in oratory; sophomores Jacob Thomas and Zoie Webb took fourth in duo; and sophomore Symone Whalin took third in poetry and fifth in program oral interpretation.

  • PHOTO: Youth Soccer
  • Steve Smith honored by Western

    Western Kentucky University honored on Oct. 4 one of the great teams in Hilltopper sports history – the 1974 NCAA runner-up cross country team. LaRue County native Steve Smith and his family were among the guests.

    The 1974 men’s cross country team were guests at the WKU football game against Conference USA rival UAB at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium on Saturday.

  • Eagles wallop Hawks, 46-26

    The LaRue County Hawks got off to a slow start Friday, but Campbellsville junior Kendon Young had no trouble getting going on a frigid, snowy night.

    Young rushed for 252 yards and five touchdowns, including four in the first quarter, to help the Eagles to a 46-26 victory over LaRue County at Hawk Field.

    Young gained 222 yards in the first quarter and had scoring runs of 85, 6, 29 and 92 yards as Campbellsville built a 26-6 lead less than 11 minutes into the game.