Today's News

  • Three LaRue Countians awarded renowned scholarship

    Three LaRue County graduates were awarded the J.R. and Carrie Lee Edwards Scholarship to continue their education.

    Andrew Coy, son of Marvin and Glenda Coy; Derek Goode, son of Gary and Melissa Goode; and Jordan Bradley, daughter of Terry Bradley and Deena London have been awarded the J.R. and Carrie Lee Edwards Scholarship by Central Kentucky Community Foundation. Coy plans to continue his education at Campbellsville University, Goode at Asbury University, and Bradley at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.

  • A successful kindergarten transition

    Although school is already under way, if you have a child who has just started kindergarten, you may want to look through this list of items and see if there is anything else that you still want/need to do.

    This is a great time to put practices in place that will help your child have a great first year in school. If there are some things you find that you haven’t done, it’s not too late to begin.

  • Cyrus Bivens wins TSC award

    Fair season is back and Tractor Supply Company’s Mobile Fair Tour is making its way to the Kentucky State Fair. From Thursday, August 17 to Sunday, August 20, fairgoers will have the opportunity to visit the 3,000-square-foot experience and join the rural lifestyle retailer in recognizing 4-H and FFA youth who are making a difference in their communities.

  • Cooking corner - August 16, 2017

    Sugarless Apple Pie

    6 oz can frozen sugar free apple juice

    3/4 tsp cinnamon

    4 cups apple slices

    1 tbsp cornstarch

    2 tbsp water

    1 1/2 tbsp butter or margarine

    Heat apple juice and cinnamon. Add apples and cook until partly tender. Remove apples. Mix cornstarch and water until smooth, add to juice mixture, cook, stirring until thick. Add apples and combine, cool slightly. Full unbaked pie shell, dot with butter, roll out pastry for top. Bake at 375 degree for 45-60 minutes or until nicely browned. 

  • LaRue county Cattlemens news - August 16, 2017
  • Establishing late-summer forages

    The period from late summer into early fall in Kentucky is the best time to establish the common cool-season grasses such as orchardgrass, tall fescue, timothy and bluegrass for pasture or hay. These four grasses make up 95 percent of pasture acreage.

    Many years of research have shown this time frame is the best opportunity for successful establishment. Mother Nature has a hand in this because seed produced in late spring remains dormant until late summer and then early fall rainfall provides the moisture necessary for the seed to germinate.

  • Sallee’s Family taekwondo belt testing, promotion
  • LCHS golf results - August 16, 2017

    LaRue Co. vs. Campbellsville – 8/10/17

    LaRue County Golf Course

    LaRue County - 169

    Cameron Lasley - 43

    Taylor Eastridge - 43

    Chandler McLaughlin - 40

    Jacob Gentry - 43

    Chase Childress - 49

    Campbellsville - 187

    Alex Doss - 40

    Layton Hord - 49

    Casey Hardin - 49

    Patrick Walker - 52

    Colin Harris - 49

    18th District Cup – 8/8/17

    Caveland Country Club

    Match #1

  • Hawks in action
  • Sports shorts - August 16, 2017

    Taking Care of Business 5K Color Run/Walk

    A 5K Color Run/Walk will start at 8:30 a.m. on August 19, 2017 at the LaRue County High School. Entry fee is $30. Participants can register at www.active.com (Taking Care of Business 5K Color Run/Walk) or by emailing jennifer.bernard@larue.kyschools.us or kelly.sandidge@larue.kyschools.us. The race will go through LCHS, LaRue County Middle School and Hodgenville Elementary School. Proceeds will benefit business and technology students going to Walt Disney World.

    Communicare annual golf scramble