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Today's News

  • Website displaying LCS alumni to be launched

    Thanks to the hard work of several students in LaRue County High School’s technology classes, the school’s alumni and general public will soon be able to go online to view individual’s pictures from their senior class.

    “Our expected launch date is March 15,” said Symone Whalin, an LCHS senior who with fellow senior Brandon Hurt and junior Dylan Sullivan will present the site construction as a competitive project in the Student Technology Leadership Program conference in April at Lexington’s Rupp Arena.

  • Who are you?

    By Jonathan Carl, Guest Columnist

    How would you respond if someone asked you to introduce yourself? If you were honest, how would you write your own obituary? Who do you think you are?

  • Small Ruminant Grazing Conference set for Feb. 18 in Elizabethtown

    The Kentucky Department of Agriculture reported that sheep and goat numbers in the state are nearly equal at 53,000 and 59,000 head, respectively. New and established producers can benefit from educational opportunities at the upcoming annual Kentucky Small Ruminant Grazing Conference.

  • Peace is a gift from God

    Peace is one of the major concerns of the Bible. In the Bible God is described as the God of peace. Jesus was called the “Prince of peace.” He came to bring “on earth peace, good will toward men.” As He prepared to return to His Heavenly Father, He said, “Peace I leave with you.”

  • Southern Nelson County Beagle Club
  • Farm calendar - January 18, 2017

    Agriculture Development Council Meeting

    The LaRue County Agricultural Development Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, January 31 at the LaRue County Extension Office. For more information contact the LaRue County Extension Office at 270-358-3401.

     Beef Efficiency Conference

  • Not too soon to think about calving season

    Calving season will be here before we know it. Providing sound management during that time can mean more live calves, which translates to more profit for you.

    It is important to have a short calving period to allow frequent observation and assistance if needed. Some specific things a producer can do to limit calf loss include:

  • Feed the birds
  • What we're not talking about

    This editorial is based on the views of the LaRue County Herald News editorial board.

    The board consist of Allison Shepherd, Publisher; Doug Ponder, Editor; and Vanessa Hurst, Reporter.

    With the recent developments in a case that involved students of our local high school and said Principal at the time, Stephen Kyle Goodlett, we are stopping to take a deeper look at the underlying problem occurring right here in our own community.

  • Construction accident update

    Two men were airlifted following a construction accident on Monday, January 9 and they were reported to be in stable condition.

    LaRue County EMS responded to a call at a residence on South Lincoln Boulevard. According to authorities, Joe Doyle, of Meade County and Jay Harris of Hardin County were installing new siding on a house when their scaffolding gave way on one side causing two men to fall approximately 15 feet.