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Today's News

  • Learning at an earlier age

    Futurist Buckminster Fuller in his 1982 book Critical Path is said to have written that if all the knowledge that mankind had accumulated and transmitted by the year One A.D. were equal to one unit of information, it took about 1500 years or until the sixteenth century for that amount of knowledge to double.

    The next doubling took only 250 years, until about 1750, and by 1900, knowledge had multiplied by 8 units. Today, futurists like Fuller estimate the doubling speed is now between one and two years.

  • LaRue Co. students participate in Fourth District Chorus

    Twenty-five students from LaRue County Middle School, Hodgenville Elementary School and Abraham, Elementary School participated in the 2016 Kentucky Music Educators’ Fourth District Treble Chorus this past Saturday.

    The annual event combined the talent of selected area youth with their music teachers and culminated with the group joining a two hundred member choir at First Christian Church in Elizabethtown.

  • Witness

    By Jonathan Carl

    Guest Columnist

    Have you ever seen a witness appear in court? Why is a witness called to show up and speak out?

    Witnesses have something important to say. They have a responsibility to truthfully share what they have experienced. I am sure it can be an intimidating experience in a courtroom, with some opposed to one’s testimony, but when we are summoned by an authority we must testify.

  • Life's most important lesson

    Great teachers make great schools.  Since this is true you and I as Christians go to the best school in the world.  There are no entrance fees, we don’t have examinations and we don’t even have to leave home.  Jesus is the Master Teacher and we are invited to sit at His feet and learn life’s most important lessons.

  • 2016 Football Homecoming
  • Jail log - September 28, 2016

    Bookings at the LaRue County Detention Center from Monday, September 19 to Monday, September 26.

    Joshua Wayne Conley, 32, of Cave City was charged with license plate not legible, failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance, no operators-moped license, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs and no registration receipt. He was released from LCDC on bond.

    Curtis M. Despain, 42, of Buffalo was charged with custodial interference. He was released from LCDC on bond.

  • Hawks football shutout Hart Co.

    The LCHS Hawks varsity football team shutout the Hart County Raiders 17-0 during their homecoming game last Friday.

    The Hawks defense kept the Raiders out of the end zone and held them to only 128 yards of total offense with 99 rushing yards and 29 passing yards. The Hawks only ended up with 166 total yards on offense with 116 yards rushing and 50 yards passing. However, the Hawks made use of their yardage by putting points on the board.

  • 2016 Future Hawks volleyball camp
  • LCHS Boys’ Soccer loses two straight games

    The LCHS boys’ soccer team lost two straight games this past week to Nelson County and Thomas Nelson.

    The Hawks lost to Nelson County last Tuesday 2-3. Dalton Fay and Landon Thompson had one goal each. Dalton Skaggs had one assist.

  • LCHS Girls’ Soccer beats Bardstown

    After losing four straight games, the LCHS girls soccer team picked up a much needed win in a close 4-3 game against Bardstown last Saturday.

    Gillian Nunn had three goals in the game and Natalie Wolf had one goal with an assist from Gillian Nunn. Keeper Whitney Bauer had an impressive 13 saves in the game.