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Today's News

  • LCMS Volleyball continues to improve

    The LCMS Girls’ Volleyball team had a busy week last week as they hosted one game and were on the road for two more.

    Last Monday, February 13, the Lady Hawks hosted T.K. Stone and the 7th grade Hawks began the night by winning their match in three sets by the scores of 20-22, 21-12, and 21-7. The 8th grade Lady Hawks played in the second game of the evening and they won their match in two sets by the scores of 21-16 and 23-21.

  • 6th grade travel Hawks defeat Bullitt Lick

    The 6th grade Boy’s Travel team got back to their winning ways by defeating Bullitt Lick by a score of 43-32 this past Saturday at Elizabethtown High School.

    Carsen DeVary led the Hawks with 11 points, Caden Davis had 10 points; Carson Childress, Tommy Wilmoth and Landon Colvin had 5 points each; Luke Trumbo and Curtis Ford had 3 points each and Tate Wootton had 1 point.

    The Travel Hawks have one more regular season game with T.K. Stone Blue on Saturday, February 25 at 12:50 p.m.

  • National Champion Five Star Heifer
  • Cooking corner - February 22, 2017

    No fuss meatloaf

    2 eggs

    1/2 cup water

    1 package (6 oz) instant stuffing

    2 pounds ground beef

    Ketchup

    For easy clean up, combine mixture in a resealable plastic bag.

    Beat eggs and water together. Add stuffing and contents of seasoning packet, mix well. Add beef, mix well. Press into ungreased 9x5x3 loaf pan. Top with ketchup. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 1 1/4-1 1/2 hours.

  • AG TAG Program supports the triple crown of agriculture

    This March, Kentucky farmers will have the opportunity to support Kentucky FFA, 4-H and the Kentucky Proud program by donating $10 when they renew a farm license plate. The Kentucky Farm License plate program continues to grow and impact FFA and 4-H members across Kentucky. In the five years the program has existed, farm license plate donations have generated nearly $700,000 for Kentucky FFA and the same for Kentucky 4-H.

  • Jail log - February 22

    Bookings at the LaRue County Detention Center from Friday, February 10 to Friday, February 17

    Leanne N. Bailey, 34, of Hodgenville, fourth degree assault.

    Mark J. Baumgardner, 28, of Hodgenville, first degree possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).

    Matthew Dickerson, 43, of New Haven, possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and license to be in possession.

  • Local woman arrested after accident
  • Farm calendar - February 22, 2017

    2017 Heartland Master Cattlemen Program

    The Heartland Master Cattlemen program starts on February 23 and will meet monthly on the 4th or 5th Thursday of each month for a total of ten meetings. Meetings rotate between Hardin, LaRue, and Meade County extension offices. Dinner is provided at each meeting. These classes can also fulfill educational requirements for several funding programs, including CAIP. Call the Extension office for more detailed information at 270-358-3401.

  • Chainsaw safety on the farm, at home

    Fortunately, our weather has been pretty nice to allow for some yard and farm chores to get taken care of recently. I’ve noticed a lot of land clearing, brush burning, and tree cutting going on in both residential and farm properties. It is a great time for these chores to get taken care of, so it’s no surprise to hear the harmonious buzz of chainsaws echoing through subdivisions and farms throughout the county. 

  • Managing social networking in your business

    Social networking apps for communicating, such as Podcasting tools, Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter, has changed our ability to rapidly access and disseminate information. This makes it more important than ever to be sensitive to our responsibilities to guard our business and our customers’ information.