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Today's News

  • Community News

    Thought for the Week: Take life day by day and be grateful for the little things. Don’t get stressed over what you can’t control.

  • There’s still time to plant that garden!

    When is the latest you should seed carrots in Central Kentucky? What about those coveted, sweet fall greens? Is it already too late to start late tomatoes?

    Timing things right for a great fall harvest may start earlier than you think. Long before cool weather rolls in, farmers with foresight are prepping fields and seeding rows to extend their harvests and profits. High tunnels, low tunnel, and greenhouse growers are able to extend even later, but these general dates can help you determine when to make your move for your best autumn harvest yet.

  • Can you concentrate?

    The Concatenate function in Excel is one of those great features that few users know about. So what does concatenation do?

    To concatenate is to join together. We use the plus, negative, or slash (divide) symbols to do math inside an Excel cell, but what if we want to join the contents of one cell with the contents of another cell? Let’s see how the =CONCATENATE function works.

  • Farm calendar - June 29, 2016

    Private Pesticide Applicator Training

    The LaRue County Extension Service will conduct Private Pesticide Applicator Training at the LaRue County Extension Office in Hodgenville. Training will be offered on Tuesday, June 28 at 6:30 p.m. and again on Thursday, June 30 at 6:30 p.m. The two hour training session will qualify farmer attendees as a certified private pesticide applicator for three years. There will be another training opportunity offered in December. Call the Extension Office at 270-358-3401, if there are questions about the training. 

  • 4-H Calendar - June 29, 2016

    4-H Summer Day Camps

  • Vehicle fire on Wayne Ennis Road
  • Taking it to another level

    Former LaRue County High School coach Paul Handley hosted his fifth annual Another Level Basketball Academy on June 14-16.

    The academy is hosted in Handley’s backyard and there is no charge for the players to attend. The camp is designed to develop fundamental skills and to enhance basketball knowledge in youth and boost the confidence in young players.

  • Community News

    Rex Thompson is in Hardin Memorial Hospital. He is the husband to Mildred Dorsey-Thompson. Reverend Wilkinson was the guest speaker at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home for their morning worship service. Our deepest sympathy goes to the families of Van Newton in the passing of his brother, Ricardo Newton of Germany and to Reverend DeWayne Rogers, the former pastor at Lane Lincoln.

    Members and friends traveled to Louisville waterfront Park to serve the homeless. Hats off to lane Lincoln. This is a great project to help those who are less fortunate than you and me.

  • Celebrating Independence Day

    As it has for nearly two-and-a-half centuries, our nation will pause on Monday to celebrate its “birth” day, commemorating a time 240 years ago when the Founding Fathers declared our independence.

    Since July 4, 1776, we have weathered a war for our freedom, a war against ourselves, and wars against those who would like nothing more than to see us and our values falter.  Although the world has changed in countless ways since Thomas Jefferson penned the Declaration of Independence, our commitment to protect and promote freedom has never wavered.

  • LaRue students participate in HMH athletic training camp

    For nearly ten years now Hardin Memorial Hospital Sports Medicine has played an important role in LaRue County High School Athletics. They have provided sports medical coverage to the 14 sports programs at LCHS. However, over the last several years, they have provided opportunities for high school age students to participate in an athletic training camp.

    Earlier this month, HMH Sports Medicine offered an Athletic Training student camp. Three LCHS student-athletes attended: Noah Thompson (football), Emily Miller (cheer and softball) and Cayce Foster (softball).