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Today's News

  • LCHS student accepts challenge to be an entrepreneur

    Cam Lasley, a junior at LaRue County High School, son of Doug and Nancy Lasley, spent three weeks of his summer break working on a business idea with four other students at the Kentucky Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs (GSE).

    He and 60 other students were part of a resident program to study entrepreneurship at Transylvania University in Lexington.

  • Scenes from the Kentucky State Fair
  • Slow and steady

    We have all heard the expression “Slow and steady wins the race.” Typically, slow and steady doesn’t fit the image of athletes, but in the world of golf where humility is tested on regular occasions, that is how senior Hawks golfer Taylor Eastridge goes about the game and in life.

    Head Golf Coach Justin Craft describes Eastridge as an extremely calm kid.

    “It can be hard as a coach sometimes to tell whether he is playing well or not. His demeanor is very even keel, whether he is even par or twenty strokes over par,” Craft said.

  • LCMS Football Hawks roll in home opener

    The LCMS Football Hawks began their 2017 season on Tuesday, August 15 as they hosted the West Hardin Lakers.

    It didn’t take the Hawks very long to put points on the board as Will Ray ran a touchdown in for the Hawks with 4:19 left to go in the first quarter. The Hawks struck a second time in the first quarter with .39 seconds remaining as Dylan Thompson ran a touchdown in that put the Hawks up by two scores heading into the second quarter.

  • LCHS boys soccer results - August 23, 2017

    LaRue Co. 2 vs. Nelson Co. 11 8/19/17

    Goals: Caleb Altman 1 and Dalton Skaggs 1.  Assists: Dalton Skaggs 1. The Hawks are now 1-1 on the season. They played Fort Knox on Tuesday and the results of that game will be featured in the August 30 edition of The LaRue County Herald News. Their next game is at 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 26 at home against Monroe County.

    LaRue Co. 5 vs. Bullitt Central 3 8/17/17

  • LCHS volleyball now 1-1

    The Lady Hawks varsity volleyball team are now 1-1 after starting the season off with a loss to North Hardin on Monday, August 14 and a win against Caverna on Thursday, August 17.

    During the loss to North Hardin, Lady Hawk sophomore Bella Venegas had 14 kills and senior Presley Brown had 10 kills. Senior setter Jessi O’Bryan went 19-for-19 at the service line and senior libero Breea Kirkpatrick finished with 16 digs. Senior Katelynn Lafollette added 4 kills and an ace.

  • Cooking Corner - August 23, 2017

    1/2 cup packed Splenda Brown sugar

    1 cup finely chopped pecans

    1/2 cup all purpose flour

    2/3 cup butter, softened

    2 eggs, beaten

    Mix sugar, flour, and pecans together, set aside

    Beat eggs, add butter, mix well, slowly add flour mixture, mix well. Grease muffins pans well. Fill pans 2/3 full.

    Bake 350 degree

    Regular size 15-17 minutes

    Mini size 12-13 minutes

  • LCMS football preview

    The LaRue County Middle School Football program has a new head coach entering the fall of 2017 and his name is Coach Raymond Bates.

    Bates not only has a football coaching background that started back in 2012, but he is also medically retired from serving in the United States military from injuries he sustained in Afghanistan.

  • Farm Calendar - August 23, 2017

    Extension board meeting

    The LaRue County Cooperative Extension District Board will meet at noon on Tuesday, August 29 at the LaRue County Extension Office.

     UK Grazing School

    The Fall UK Grazing School will be hosted at the Woodford County Extension office on September 27-28. This program will cover how to manage fescue and extend the grazing season with other forages. Please contact Zach Workman, Master Grazer Coordinator at 859-257-7512 or zewo222@uky.edu for info. Enrollment is limited to the first 50 producers who sign up. 

  • Farm Calendar

    Extension board meeting

    The LaRue County Cooperative Extension District Board will meet at noon on Tuesday, August 29 at the LaRue County Extension Office.

     UK Grazing School

    The Fall UK Grazing School will be hosted at the Woodford County Extension office on September 27-28. This program will cover how to manage fescue and extend the grazing season with other forages. Please contact Zach Workman, Master Grazer Coordinator at 859-257-7512 or zewo222@uky.edu for info. Enrollment is limited to the first 50 producers who sign up.