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Today's News

  • PHOTO: Fourth District Chorus
  • Southern States board elects new members

    David Brown of Hodgenville and Bill Cochran of Rineyville were elected to the local board at the Southern States annual membership meeting of the Hardin Co-op.

    The meeting was held Sept. 24 in Elizabethtown with more than 73 stockholder-members and their families attending.

    Caleb Ragland of Magnolia was elected chairman/president of the board of directors. Paul Hayse was named vice chairman.

    Don Thomas, district manager, presented a report on major developments at the co-op.

  • Conservation District offers assistance

    The USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service is encouraging landowners, farmers and producers to visit their local NRCS office to receive information and apply for conservation technical assistance and possible financial funding opportunities.

  • Check off fall garden tasks

    You can see and feel the change of seasons. Fall color is starting to appear, pansies, mums and asters are in the garden center and your thoughts are turning to preparing your landscape for winter.

    Those in warm climates are switching to winter annuals, while those in colder regions are fortifying their landscapes for the cold winter ahead. No matter where you live, invest some time in preparing your landscape for the change in seasons. Dedicating some time now will pay off with healthier more beautiful plants next spring.

  • Share the road during harvest

    Grain harvest equipment is much larger than it used to be. Combines are much bigger, grain carts have increased in size tremendously, and semi-trucks and trailers haul hundreds of bushels of grain away from high capacity combines.

    This equipment has to travel from field to field to harvest our corn and soybean crops. As a result, large farm equipment is on our rural roads that were not designed or suited for them.

    Both farmers and the general public should share in the responsibility of safe travel during the harvest season.

  • RESULTS: Volleyball

    VOLLEYBALL

    LaRue 2 sets, Marion County 3 (25-22, 18-25, 20-25, 25-15, 13-15)

    Keeahnna Bowen - 2 kills, 37 assists, 1 ace, 3 digs

    Cidney Neagle - 8 kills, 2 digs,

    Chloe Owen - 11 kills, 1 ace, 6 digs, 1 block

    Kylie Rogers - 1 assist, 3 digs

    Alyson Yingling - 5 kills, 4 aces, 6 digs, 3 blocks

    Tessa Yingling - 9 kills, 3 aces, 6 digs,

    Kenzie Bradley - 2 kills, 1 dig

    Breea Kirkpatrick - 1 dig

    LaRue 3 sets, Caverna 0 (25-9, 25-7, 25-5)

  • RESULTS: Cross Country

    CROSS COUNTRY

    Girl’s varsity

    113 runners

    Kristina Durbin, 21, 22:17

    Alexis Grimes, 48, 24:01

    Clair Keller, 64, 24:44

    Sophe Pepper, 84, 25:53

    Amanda Brewer, 93, 26:54

    Samantha Martin, 98, 27:05

    Celeste Menard, 111, 32:51

    12th of 15 teams

    Boys Varsity

    131 runners

    Jake Cecil, 75, 20:10

    Christian Silva, 92, 21:28

    William Pearman, 94, 21:39

    Stiles Metcalf, 101, 22:03

  • RESULTS: Football

    The Hawks lost to the Marion County Knights Friday, 34-41.

    On the Hawks’ first play of the night, junior running back Marquis Franklin matched the school record for longest play from scrimmage with a 99-yard touchdown run. He finished with 143 yards on 17 carries.

    The Hawks were down 33-20 at the half but took the lead 34-33 in the third quarter. Marion County scored again in the fourth quarter for the win.

    LaRue 34, Marion County 41

    Scoring by Quarters

    LaRue 12 8 14 0.............34

  • LCMS football seeks perfection heading into playoffs

    WEDNESDAY UPDATE: LARUE WINS BY 2 (LARUE 8, GREEN 6)

    The LaRue County Middle School Football team is embarking upon a perfect season as they approach the Conference playoffs. The Hawks are 9-0 at the time of publication with a semi-final game against Green County on Tuesday. If the Hawks take care of business they will advance to the CKMSAC championship game Saturday at LCHS.

  • Boys crush C-ville; Girls sweep Barren

    BOYS SOCCER

     

    LaRue 1, Grayson 0

    The LaRue County Boys’ Soccer team lost to Grayson in the championship game in the Trojan Classic in Glasgow last weekend. Both teams had strong defensive lines and were able to remain scoreless at the half.

    Riley Whitaker, Trevor Cecil, Timmy Sutherland, and Hunter Pearman were able to shut down Grayson attempts by being fast to the ball and with precise placement of sends.