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Today's News

  • PHOTO: Shelbi's first turkey

    Shelbi Brooks, Hodgenville, harvested her first turkey April 18. The jake weighed 19 pounds with a 5-inch beard.

  • TRACK: Central Hardin All-Comers

    TRACK & FIELD

    CENTRAL HARDIN ALL-COMERS

    CECILIA — Results from May 7 meet at Bruin Field:

    Girls, 8 Teams

    8. LaRue County, 46

    Boys, 8 Teams

    8. LaRue County, 32

     

    Individual Results

    Girls’ 100-Meter Dash

    20. Peyton Murray, 15.21

    21. Ashley Summitt, 15.24

    29. Katelyn Chumley, 19.73

     

    Girls’ 200-Meter Dash

    3. Kristina Durbin, 27.89

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Hawks blank Hopkinsville

    The Lady Hawks blanked Hopkinsville, 5-0, Saturday in the Abe Lincoln Classic.

    Senior Emillee Cundiff struck out seven for the host Lady Hawks who improved their record to 16-13. She allowed one hit and two walks in seven innings.

    Sophomore Kourtnee Davenport went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, while sophomore Chasity Bryant added two singles and a run.

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  • BASEBALL: Hawks defeat Green County

    The LaRue County Hawks took two years of frustration out on the Green County Dragons.

    The Hawks claimed the top spot for the 18th District Tournament for the first time since 2012 with a 14-1 pounding of rival Green County on Saturday afternoon. It was LaRue County’s first sweep of the Dragons since 2012 when it last won the district title.

  • COLUMN: The Obscure Alcove by Sheree Priddy

    In doing some online research not long ago, I ran across this article that I would like to pass on to you. It has some suggestions that might help all patrons of the LaRue County Public Library. I always need suggestions to keep me organized and thought you might too. 

    “Keep Track of Library Books and Avoid Fines” comes from www.lifeyourway.net. I hope you will find at least one suggestion easy for you to implement as we approach a busy – and hopefully pleasant – summer.

  • COLUMN: Speed up the ripening process in fruit

    For most people, the upcoming months signal the arrival of fresh, seasonal produce, which promises eating at its finest. However, sometimes that produce isn’t as ripe as you need it to be. Some produce that has traveled a great distance is picked while it is still green and will not be ripe when it reaches the store. For some fruits, you can speed up the ripening process at home.

  • COLUMN: Ag Market Day is May 19

    The LaRue County Extension Office, 807 Old Elizabethtown Road, is hosting an Agriculture Market Day 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 19 (Election Day). The event, patterned after previous Ag Market Days, will provide local producers an opportunity to sell, and consumers to buy, local farm products.  

    While early in the gardening season, there will be a wide selection of garden and food items to purchase, including strawberries, vegetable transplants, herbs, fresh seasonal vegetables, jams, jellies, baked goods, local eggs, meats, and flowers.

  • PHOTOS: HES Mother's Day

    Teacher Lauren Abbott and Molly Abbott, a kindergarten student at Hodgenville Elementary School, enjoyed coloring a butterfly to predict what color butterflies our caterpillars will make. 

  • PHOTO: Longhunter at DAR
  • Track: Conference Meet

    LINCOLN TRAIL HEARTLAND CONFERENCE MEET

    CECILIA – Results from the May 6 Lincoln Trail Heartland Conference Meet at Bruin Stadium:

    Team Results

    Girls’ Scores

    6. LaRue County 46

    Boys’ Scores

    10. LaRue County 18

     

    Individual Results

    Girls’ 3,200-Meter Relay

    3. LaRue County 10:41.74 – Amanda Brewer, Emily Pearman, Nichole Thomas, Kristina Durbin