Today's News

  • Used car shopping quest and the car seat rodeo

    For the last of couple months we’ve been on the hunt for a mythical object. The quest for this holy grail took us as far as Cincinnati only to be disappointed and find that the object of our hunt had left just before our arrival. At least the kids got to play on one of the largest playgrounds I’ve ever seen and John bought me an Ohio t-shirt at Walgreens.

    It seems as though this thing of legend is everywhere and everyone has one, but when it comes time for us to find one there aren’t any to be found at least not close to home.

  • Fire on Stiles Ford Road

    Buffalo Fire department, Hodgenville Fire Department and LaRue County EMS responded to a structure fire at the property of Nile and Ruth Riddle on Stiles Ford Road on Thursday, November 12.

    According to officials, the fire started in a garage and quickly spread due to high winds. Crews worked to quickly extinguish the flames and damage was limited to the garage and a nearby shed. It is not known what caused the fire. No injuries were reported.

  • Packing gifts of hope

    Hodgenville families, churches and groups are not waiting until Thanksgiving Day to express gratitude. Instead, during the week of November 16-23, they are giving back by lovingly packing gifts of joy for children around the world living in extreme poverty or affected by war, disease and natural disaster. For many of these children, it will be the first gift they have ever received.

  • LCMS basketball box scores

    Box Scores

    7th Grade:  LCMS   38       East Hardin  8

    Scoring: Daniel Snodgrass 8, Jeremiah Belton 6, Brooks Brackett 5, Connor Baker 4, Kaleb Graham 4, Evan Morris 4, Sebastian Perkins 2, Preston Self 2, Jordan Pruitt 2, Keegan Cox 1

    7th Grade:   LCMS  31    TK Stone  32

    Scoring:  Preston Self 8, Jeremiah Belton 7, Connor Baker 6, Evan Morris 4, Kaleb Graham 3, Daniel Snodgrass 3

  • Pickerell raises new flag in honor of veterans
  • LCMS basketball teams continue winning seasons

    LaRue County Boys Middle School basketball teams hosted East Hardin and TK Stone this past week.

    The 7th Grade Hawks defeated East Hardin by a score of 38-8, but lost to TK Stone 31-32. The 7th grade is now 7-1 overall and 3-1 in the conference.  The 8th grade Hawks lost to East Hardin by a score of 28-36 and beat TK Stone 46-37. The 8th grade is 6-2 overall and 3-1 in the conference.

    The Hawks will host West Hardin on Monday night and travel to Scott Middle School (Ft. Knox) on Thursday night.

  • Lost in LaRue - November 18, 2015
  • Fundraising calendar - November 18, 2015

    Donations being taken for former LCHS wrestler

    The LaRue County High School wrestling team is collecting items for former LCHS wrestler Kyle Edlin who is currently deployed overseas as a U.S> Marine. Items being collected are toiletries, snacks, magazines, etc. Items will be collected from 10 a.m. to noon during the home wrestling match on Saturday, November 21.

    LCHS Cheerleaders

    The LCHS cheerleading squad will have several fundraisers in November.

  • Eastridge leading the charge for Lady Hawks

    Any time a team or group of people undergoes change, there is typically a sense of apprehension and or excitement that goes along with it. For the 2015-2016 Lady Hawks, only senior Delany Eastridge has welcomed the change and is looking forward to getting the season underway.

    The mild-mannered Eastridge has been a part of the Lady Hawks Basketball program for the past six years. This will be her third year as a starting guard, but her final season will have a new head coach in charge.

  • Rotary news - November 18, 2015