Today's News

  • Conway visits LaRue
  • Greensburg Cow Days Sept 18-19

    With two days packed with attractions, organizers say they intend to have something for everyone at the 2015 Greensburg Rotary Club Cow Days in Greensburg, KY, September 18-19.

    The festival begins at 8 a.m. Friday, when Annie the Cow, the festival’s milkable fiberglass mascot, begins dispensing flavored drinks and vendor booths open. The festival runs through Saturday evening.

  • LaRue County Sheriff deputy graduates

    A LaRue County Sheriff’s deputy recently graduated from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond.

  • The importance of Constitution Day

    It may not be celebrated as much as Independence Day, but Constitution Day is arguably just as important. While July 4 recognizes the birth of our nation, Sept. 17 commemorates the day we established the cornerstone of our government and secured our rights as citizens.

    In the 228 years since that journey began, the U.S. Constitution has become the oldest charter among the world’s major countries and still remains, at 4,400 words, the shortest.

  • Sports Shorts - September 16, 2015

    LCHS Little Cheer Camp

    The LaRue County High School Cheerleaders will hold their Fall Little Cheer Camp on September 16 and 17 at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School.  All little cheer camp participants will be invited to the home football game on Friday, September 18 to cheer with the LCHS varsity cheerleaders. For more information contact Melissa Jones at mlj@cubbank.com

    LCHS football boosters

  • Baseball strike out for cancer

    It was an exciting weekend of baseball at the Josh French Strike Out Cancer 10U baseball tournament. The tournament had an amazing turnout and served as a fundraiser for the family of Josh French. French has been battling cancer for the last 6 months and is currently undergoing treatment. French is married to Angel French and they have two children in the LaRue County school system, Phillip, a sophomore, and Alex in eighth grade.

  • Hawks lose to Campbellsville 33-6

    The LaRue County Hawks lost to Campbellsville Eagles 33-6 last Friday night and are now 1-3 on the season.

    The tough schedule for the Hawks is beginning to show as the season progresses as they have lost two straight games to an undefeated Adair County team and undefeated Campbellsville team.

  • LCHS golf results - September 16, 2015

    Meade County Invitational Sept. 12

    Par 71 - 6244 yards

    LaRue County – 363

    Individual LaRue scores: Cameron Dawson – 76, Taylor Eastridge – 100, Hunter McLaughlin – 88, Tristan Waddle – 99 and Jacob Gentry - 109

    Campbellsville CC – Sept. 10

    Par 37 - 3433 yards

    LaRue Co. 173 Taylor Co. 148

    Individual LaRue scores: Taylor Eastridge – 44, Cameron Lasley – 40, Hunter McLaughlin – 44, Keaton Puckett – 48 and Jacob Gentry – 45

  • LCHS volleyball results - September 16, 2015

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks volleyball team is 5-7. Their next match is against Taylor County at home on Tuesday, September 15 at 7 p.m.


    LaRue Co. 2 Green Co. 3

    Individual LaRue stats:

    Cidney Neagle: 8 kills, 3 digs and one block assist

    Presley Brown: four kills and one block

    Breea Kirkpatrick: One ace and 14 digs

    Keeahna Bowen:  25 assists, four digs and two kills.

    Chloe Owen and Tessa Yingling combined for 17 kills, six aces, 18 digs and three blocks.

  • LCHS Girls Soccer results - September 16, 2015

    The LCHS soccer team is now 4-3-1 on the season, Their next match is away on Wednesday, September 16 when they take on Spencer County at 6 p.m.


    LaRue Co. 3 Taylor Co. 2

    Stats not available at the time of publication


    LaRue Co. 2 Marion Co. 0


    Gillian Nunn 1 and Allison Bauer 1


    Nichole Thomas 1


    LaRue Co. 2 Warren Central 2


    Gillian Nunn 1 and Whitney Bauer 1