Today's News

  • New Years Resolution Number Two

    Last week, we talked about your Digital New Year’s Resolution Number 1, and this week we are going to continue with your second digital resolution, cleaning up your desktop.

    Your computer scares me. Really! It scares me. I have people call me to help them with their computer because it ate all their files, they can’t find anything!

  • Mat Hawks finish second

    The LCHS varsity wrestling team finished runner-up in the Defender of the Mat competition on Saturday, January 7.

    Mat Hawks Head Coach Eric Burrell said the Mat Hawks walked away with the second place trophy and several individual medals despite some hardships. Due to five match restrictions, he said some wrestlers were unable to wrestle in their third/fourth place match and were defaulted to fourth place.

  • 6th grade starts league play

    The LaRue County sixth grade travel basketball team began league play in Elizabethtown last Saturday and their first opponent was a team from Bernheim.

    The sixth grade travel Hawks came out of the gate a little rusty after the holiday break and the score at half-time revealed the slow start with a 16-15 lead over Bernheim. In the second half, the Hawks defensive energy came alive and several easy buckets were scored off turnovers. With less than two minutes in the game, the Hawks finally took a six point lead and the final score of the game was 34-28.

  • LaRue/Nelson County youth basketball action

    This past Saturday the Boys Youth League basketball action tipped off and all three sixth grade Youth teams played at Bardstown Middle School.

    Team #1 is coached by Paul Childress and Eric DeVary and they played Bardstown #4 this past Saturday in a close game in which Bardstown #4 came out on top by a score of 43 to 35.

    Landon Colvin led the team in scoring with 11, Carsen DeVary had 8, Jacob Hunter had 8, Carson Childress had 7, and Ethan Sullivan had 1.

  • Sandidge Honored
  • Hodgenville News

    Thought for the week: If someone treats you badly, just remember that there is something wrong with them, not you. Normal people don’t go around destroying other human beings.

    Sure wish this were going to be last of the cold temperatures and the nasty four-letter word that I am not going to say. It’s just no fun being stuck in the house. Of course, I got lots of knitting done and I have orders for 25 dishcloths, so kept pretty busy in the last four days.

  • Community News

    Judy Chestnut is at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home for rehab, Rex Thompson is in Kensington Manor Care and Rehabilitation Center for rehab and Mildred Dorsey-Thompson had outpatient surgery last Friday at Hardin Memorial Hospital.

    Thought for Today: Always pray to have eyes that see the best in people, a heart that forgives the worst, a mind that forgets the worst and a soul that never loses faith in God.

    Let’s continue in prayer for the families that have lost loved ones due to various acts of violence, injuries, or sickness.

  • LCHS wrestling receives new mat
  • Jail log

    Bookings at the LaRue County Detention Center from Friday, December 30 to Friday, January 6

    Amanda Banks, 35, of Hodgenville was charged with failure to wear seat belts, failure to notify of an address change, possessing a license when privileges are revoked and license to be in possession. She was later released from LCDC on bond.

    Dalton D. Carter, 20, of Buffalo was charged with violation of a Kentucky EPO/DVO. He remains lodged in LCDC.

  • Hawks lose second game of season

    The LCHS boys varsity basketball team lost their second game of the season last Saturday, January 7, to the Southwestern Warriors 92-76.