Today's News

  • LCMS places 1st in 2016 District Governors Cup

    The LaRue County Middle School Academic team placed 1st in District Competition at St. Joe’s School in Bardstown in January.

    LaRue students were also chosen to receive the Hume Sportsmanship Award by representatives from each school in the District. Students from Bloomfield Middle, Old KY Home Middle, Bluegrass Christian, and St. Joe’s School also competed. The following students will progress to Regional Competition:

  • Career launch scheduled for LCS

    The countdown is underway for Career Launch in LaRue County Schools.

    Tomorrow morning, fifth grade students at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School will meet representatives from various business and educational institutions who will provide information about career choices available to them.

    “I am expecting several prominent people from the community and professions,” said Adryanne Warren, who is coordinating the event with fellow fifth grade ALES teachers.

  • Providing tires for all needs

    A LaRue County tire store has been meeting their customers tire needs for almost two decades.

    David Street’s Tire and Towing is located at 10958 South Dixie Highway in Sonora. The store offers a wide variety of products and services including new and used tires, batteries, roadside assistance, tire disposal, 24/7 towing services and more. Their hours are Mondays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Ministry through childcare

    One LaRue County family is working to provide children with a sense of being loved and knowing God’s love through their work and service as a childcare center.

  • A place to get away from it all

    Those looking for a quiet country stay don’t have to look any further than a vacation home that is located in northern LaRue County.

    Countryside Getaway is a vacation home that is located on 50 Trumbo Road in Hodgenville. The three bedroom, two full bathroom vacation home can sleep up to 10 people and it includes a front porch, deck, screened gazebo, BBQ grill, fire pit, bicycles, corn hole games, horseshoes and several other amenities and games for people of all ages.

  • LCHS freshman boys basketball results - February 10, 2016

    The Freshman Boy’s Basketball Team played five games last week. They opened the week last Tuesday playing against Green County at home and the Hawks lost to them by a score of 53-37.   Green County jumped out 20-8 lead in the first quarter.   The Hawks played much better the last three quarters, but could not overcome the first quarter deficit.

  • LCHS basketball JV and freshman results - February 10, 2016

    Boys JV

    The LCHS Hawks JV are now 5-4 on the season after beating Green County and losing to Adair County last week. Their next game is away at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, February 16 against Elizabethtown.


    2/1/16  LaRue Co. 47  Green Co. 45

    Scoring: Keaton Puckett 15, Isaiah Sublett 13, Johnny Key 10, Dailliss Cox 6 and Kendrick Weathers 3.


    2/2/16  LaRue Co. 19  Adair Co. 45

    Scoring: Isaiah Sublett 10, Austin Long 4, Keaton Puckett 3 and Noah Davis 2.

  • LaRue County schools closed

    LaRue County schools are closed Tuesday, February 9 due to inclement weather.

  • LCHS basketball JV and freshman results - February 3, 2016

    Boys JV

    The LCHS Hawks JV team had no games this past week and they are now 4-3 on the season. Their next game is at home on Thursday, February 9 at 6 p.m. against Nelson County.


    Boys Freshman

    The LCHS freshman Hawks lost to John Hardin last Thursday 57-44 and they are 3-3 on the season. Their next game is away on Thursday, February 4 at 6 p.m. against Marion County.


    LaRue County 57       John Hardin 44

  • Bennett resigns from Marion Co. High School

    A LaRue County man has officially resigned from Marion County High School where he was a teacher and band director since 2011.

    Curtis Bennett, 33, was arrested on January 6, and charged with video voyeurism and unlawful transaction with a minor after an investigation by Marion County Sheriff’s Office.

    From the Lebanon Enterprise: