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Today's News

  • Cox, Mauldin prepare for softball postseason

    The Lady Hawks have been led all season by their two seniors, shortstop Christian Cox and second baseman Megan Mauldin. While slightly disappointed with the season that the Lady Hawks have had, the two were looking  forward to postseason play.

    “We’ve put a lot of work into this season. We both do a lot of work on the side preparing for softball like lifting weights, running and working out,” Cox said.

    Mauldin said she was working to improve her speed.

  • Nobody gets a free pass in life

    “But he was a leper.” 2 Kings 5:1

    Take a moment and read II Kings, Chapter 5. Naaman was an extraordinary leader but his impressive armor hid a bad condition: “But he was a leper?”

    The odds may all be in your favor, you’ve graduated from the best university, built a big church or made company CEO. Yet before you can qualify for the next level of blessings, God will force you to deal with the infection beneath the armor.

  • Seymour qualifies for state

    LaRue County's Michelle Seymour earned a trip to the state tennis tournament in Lexington.

    Seymour, a freshman, entered the 5th Region Tournament as the fourth-seeded girls' singles player. She lost to Elizabethtown’s Emily Cooper, a sophomore, in semifinals, 6-2, 6-2, last week at University Drive Park. Elizabethtown was the overall team champion with champion Jenna Sallee and Cooper as runner-up. That provided a spot for Seymour to qualify as an individual.

    The state tournament begins Thursday at the University of Kentucky.

  • Seymour qualifies for state

    LaRue County's Michelle Seymour earned a trip to the state tennis tournament in Lexington.

    Seymour, a freshman, entered the 5th Region Tournament as the fourth-seeded girls' singles player. She lost to Elizabethtown’s Emily Cooper, a sophomore, in semifinals, 6-2, 6-2, last week at University Drive Park. Elizabethtown was the overall team champion with champion Jenna Sallee and Cooper as runner-up. That provided a spot for Seymour to qualify as an individual.

    The state tournament begins Thursday at the University of Kentucky.

  • Seymour qualifies for state

    LaRue County's Michelle Seymour earned a trip to the state tennis tournament in Lexington.

    Seymour, a freshman, entered the 5th Region Tournament as the fourth-seeded girls' singles player. She lost to Elizabethtown’s Emily Cooper, a sophomore, in semifinals, 6-2, 6-2, last week at University Drive Park. Elizabethtown was the overall team champion with champion Jenna Sallee and Cooper as runner-up. That provided a spot for Seymour to qualify as an individual.

    The state tournament begins Thursday at the University of Kentucky.

  • Padgett leads LaRue boys to third-place finish in region

    Landmark News Service

  • Chamber luncheon set for noon today

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce's monthly Brown Bag luncheon begins at noon Wednesday at the Lincoln Museum Community Room on Lincoln Square.

    The guest speaker is Jim Rousey, a volunteer with the Kentucky Center for Performance Excellence. KYCPE is the official state affiliate of the Malcom Baldrige National Quality Program.

  • Green tops LaRue for district softball title

    For the third time in four years, Green County defeated LaRue County for the 18th District softball championship Tuesday. The Lady Dragons won 4-1 at Horse Cave.

    Both teams advance to next week's 5th Region Tournament. Also qualified for the softball regional are North Hardin, Central Hardin, Nelson County, Washington County, Taylor County and Adair County.

    LaRue blasted Hart County 10-3 in Monday's first-round game. Green County, now 26-3, on the season blanked Caverna 16-0 in three innings in its opening round tournament game Monday.

  • New law gives residents more time to pay property tax bills

    A new bill designed to restrict fees and penalties placed on delinquent property tax bills went into effect in LaRue County this spring. The law may give residents more time to pay taxes before they go into the hands of third parties.

    House Bill 262 also transfers responsibility of selling the bills from the sheriff's office to the county clerk's office. The sheriff's office still retains commission from the sales.

  • Funeral for R.K. Keith is today

    The funeral for R.K. Keith, a business and community leader who served three terms as mayor of Hodgenville, will be held Tuesday afternoon. He died Saturday at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home. He was 84.