Today's News

  • School calendar - January 17, 2018

    KHIC Wee Time

  • Raising scientifically literate children

    Science is all around us. Nearly everything we do has a scientific implication. We are a nation of citizens that depends on science. Parents and educators can do many things to build a love and respect for science in our children.

    What does it mean to be scientifically literate?

  • New LCS student immunization requirements

    Parents should begin preparing early for Kentucky’s new immunization requirements for children attending public schools next fall.

    The law (902 KAR 2:060) requires all students to receive two Hepatitis A shots and students 16 and older to get a meningitis booster.

    Rip Collins, LaRue County Schools health and safety coordinator, reminds parents that it’s imperative to start preparing now because the Hepatitis A vaccine is given in two doses that must be six months apart.

  • Lady Hawks fall to Thomas Nelson

    Just when things seemed to be going in the right direction, the Lady Hawks varsity basketball team suffered a disappointing 51-42 loss to the Thomas Nelson Lady Generals on Tuesday, January 9.

    The Lady Hawks were playing catch-up from the beginning of the game as they trailed 14-10 at the end of the first quarter and 22-18 at halftime.

    In the third quarter, the Lady Hawks managed to cut the Lady Generals’ lead to 30-27, but the Lady general put the game away in the fourth quarter outscoring the Lady Hawks 21-15 to win the game by nine points.

  • Hawks blowout Fort Knox

    With their district game against Hart County rescheduled because of Winter Storm Hunter, the Hawks varsity team only played one game this past week, and played they did, as they beat the Fort Knox Eagles 90-53.

    The Hawks struggled in the first half with the quicker Eagles leading 18-16 at the end of the first quarter and 38-33 at halftime.

  • JV Hawks results - January 17, 2018

    The Hawks JV team played Fort Knox on Tuesday, January 10 and came away with a tough 41-36 victory.

    The Hawks jumped out the a 10-2 lead at the end of 1st quarter lead by Chase Childress’ two 3 pointers. The Eagles outscored the Hawks 14-13 in the second quarter but the Hawks took a 23-16 lead into halftime.

    The Hawks and Eagles continued to back and forth in the 2nd half but the Eagles could get no closer than 2 points. The Hawks made plays down the stretch to help seal the 5 point victory.

  • Freshman Hawks results - January 17, 2018

    The Freshman Hawks played Thomas Nelson on Thursday, January 11 and came away with a 45-21 victory.

    The Hawks jumped out to a 13-4 lead at the end of the first quarter. The Hawks created multiple turnovers in the first half that led to fast break points. The Hawks took a 24-12 lead into the halftime break.

    The second half was very similar to the first half as the Hawks outscored the Generals 21-9 for the 24 point victory.

  • Sports shorts - January 17, 2018

    Pickleball LaRue County

    A beginners class for pickelball is being held at the Board of Education office on College Street in Hodgenville at 5 p.m. on Sundays. Regular sessions are held on Monday and Thursday at 5 p.m. All equipment is provided.

    Pickleball Nelson County

    Pickleball activities and opportunities in Bardstown are from 9 to 11 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday at the COBEC building on East Muir and First Streets. Enter through the rear of the building and follow signs to the gym.

    Park and Recreation Board

  • LCMS Hawks play final home game

    The Hawks played their final home game on Monday, January 8 as the St. James Knights came to town for a conference matchup.

    The 7th grade Hawks began the evening of basketball by jumping out to a 15-4 lead after one quarter of play. In the second quarter the Hawk’s offense kept rolling as they dropped seventeen points while the defense held the Knights scoreless for a 32-4 lead at halftime.

    In the second half the Hawks were able to get every player on the roster quality minutes as the Hawks pulled away for a 47-9 victory over the St. James Knights.

  • DAR add new members

    The Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, met on December 8, 2017, at the Brown Pusey House in Elizabethtown.

    Chapter Regent Joyce Miller introduced Chapter member Julia Richardson, who portrayed the literary character, Amelia Bedelia, from the American Children’s book series by Peggy Parish.

    Amelia shared her recipe for baking Chocolate Chip cookies by painting potato chips with melted chocolate. The Chapter responded by donating books for Literacy Promotion in the community.