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Today's News

  • ESSAY: Kentucky farmers, our American heroes

    Kentucky Farmers-Our American Heroes

    My father and my oldest brother have always been considered my heroes. They are my role models and two men I look up to and admire. I admire them for their hard work ethic, their faith, dedication, and patience. They are Kentucky farmers.

  • ESSAY: Kentucky farmers, American heroes

    What do you think of when I say heroes? Many people will answer by saying many of the superheroes or even firefighters or a policeman.

    However, most people don’t even think about farmers. Farmers are one of America’s major heroes … but they go unnoticed. How is this possible? Just think, without farmers where would you get your food? Farmers are a major hero in my life and maybe you’ll think the same the next time you pick up that shiny red apple at the store. 

  • ESSAY: My hero, who is a Kentucky farmer

    My Hero, Who Is a Kentucky Farmer

    By:  Cyrus Bivens

    Ryan Bivens is the best farmer in the world. Last year he won the Kentucky Farmer award and won a new truck. This year he has combined more so he can make money and help feed the cows, horses, pigs and other animals. He has two little boys named Cyrus (me) and Avery and my momma named Misty. 

    We try to be the sweetest boys ever. They are the two farmers of all our farmland. They always farm together. Misty brings food to everyone when they are busy.   

  • Church Calendar: April 16, 2014

    Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Easter events

    Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church will have Maundy Thursday service 7 p.m. April 17; a cantata and Good Friday Service at 7 p.m. April 18; cantata and morning worship at 10:45 a.m. April 20, all at the church; and Young at Heart at 11 a.m. April 23 at Decades Restaurant.

     

    Good Friday service at First Baptist

  • Farm Calendar - April 16, 2014

    Tobacco GAP Training

    The LaRue County Extension office will conduct Tobacco Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) training via an interactive audio video computer connection on Lync at 10 a.m. April 16, and 7 p.m. April 22. If interested and plan to attend, call 270-358-3401 so materials can be ordered. Growers need to register and get a grower ID before the training. Register at www.gapconnections.com.

     

    Pork Producers meet

  • Winners of Easter coloring contest

    Winners of The LaRue County Herald News’ Easter coloring contest are Parker Wade Self, 7, and Caydence Engle, 5.

    They win an Easter basket and their photos will appear in next week’s issue. Names of all contestants will be listed.

    Thank you to everyone who entered.

  • Community Calendar - April 16, 2014

    Chamber luncheon

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce luncheon is at noon on April 16 in the Lincoln Museum Community Room. Sara Jo Best, director of the Lincoln Trail District Health Department, will speak.

     

    FREE CLASS: How to download free ebooks

    The LaRue County Public Library will offer a free class, “How to download free ebooks,” at 2 p.m. April 17. Those attending the class will be entered in a drawing for a $20 gift card.

     

  • Fundrai$ers: April 16, 2014

    Concessions at car cruise-in

    Hodgenville Christian Church CWF will serve food in the church annex beginning at 4 p.m. April 19 during the Goodtime Cruisers Car Show. Hamburgers, hotdogs, chili dogs, pork sandwiches, desserts and drinks available ($5 and $4 dinners). All proceeds benefit the church’s building fund.

     

    RELAY FOR LIFE: Barbecue chicken and auction

  • Thank God for our children

    A small town makes big news.

    Indeed, we have.

    Miss Ivy Brown, LaRue County’s very own Miss Kentucky Basketball, has been a welcome blast of fresh air to offset the stale stink of scandal we have seemed to attract in recent weeks.

    Ivy, we are so proud of the way you have conducted yourself on and off the court.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Hawks show no mercy

    Peyton Gardner enjoys the rare occasions she gets to see left-handed pitching, and she took full advantage April 8 against visiting 5th Region rival John Hardin.

    The left-handed hitting Gardner fell a home run short of the cycle and drove in four runs to lead the LaRue County Lady Hawks past the Lady Bulldogs, 15-0 in four innings.

    Gardner, a senior center fielder, laced a three-run double to left-center field in the fourth to enforce the mercy rule.