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Today's News

  • Wrestlers compete in Cardinal Clash

     LaRue County’s youth wrestlers competed Saturday in the Cardinal Clash at Campbellsville:

    Gavin Ferguson, 2-2, fourth

    Thomas Hoppes, 2-1, second

    Colby Padilla, 3-1, third

    Dylan Thompson, 2-2, fourth

    Tanner Lasley, 1-2

    Conlee Crossno, 2-0, Champion

    Jake Heady, 1-1, second

    Cameron Lasley, 3-1, second

    Dalton Rutledge, 1-4, fourth

    Clay Perry, 0-2

    Noah Davis, 4-0, Champion

    Jesse Walters, 1-3

  • TOUCHPOINTS: Do your feet race to do wrong?

     In Proverbs 6:16-19 we read about “six things the Lord hates – no, seven things he detests:”

    1. Haughty eyes, being arrogantly proud, overbearing and self-important.

    2. A lying tongue: “Death and life are in the power of the tongue.” You can actually kill someone with words. When you speak words of slander, gossip, false accusation, hatred, criticism, discouragement and contempt, you can actually kill someone. Such words over days and weeks, months and years can actually break someone’s spirit.

  • Campbellsville University students attend inauguration

     January will mark a month that many Campbellsville University students will remember for a long time. Three groups of students attended President Barack Obama's second inauguration ceremony.

    Students attending were from three university clubs: Phi Alpha Theta history honor society, the Sociology Club and the Political Science Club.

    Attending were Kaity Skaggs of New Haven; Sarah Mortensen of Hodgenville; and Shelby Floyd of Upton.

  • Campbellsville University students attend inauguration

    January will mark a month that many Campbellsville University students will remember for a long time. Three groups of students attended President Barack Obama's second inauguration ceremony.

    Students attending were from three university clubs: Phi Alpha Theta history honor society, the Sociology Club and the Political Science Club.

    Attending were Kaity Skaggs of New Haven; Sarah Mortensen of Hodgenville; and Shelby Floyd of Upton.

  • Back roads slick, schools closed

     Main roads are mostly clear after a dusting of snow fell overnight. Some back roads, parking lots and sidewalks are icy.

    Schools in LaRue and Hardin counties are closed today.

    Early morning classes at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College are canceled today. ECTC will open at 10 a.m. today.

    The military post at Fort Knox also announced a two-hour delay for employees today unless your job has been defined as weather essential. 

  • PHOTO: RoboHawks at Rotary

     The LaRue County Robohawks were featured at the Hodgenville Rotary Club. From left, coach David Walsh, Mary Gearon, Isaac Johnson, Dylan Rowe, Gilbert Cox, Ethan Johnson, Parker Smith, Celeste Menard and assistant coach Price Smith.

  • PHOTO: Rotary guest

     Robert Wilkins with Credit One, right, was a guest of the Hodgenville Rotary Club. Rotarian John Schuler is at left.

  • PHOTO: Rotary welcomes student athletes

     Two LaRue County High School student athletes were featured at the Hodgenville Rotary Club. From left, Ivy Brown, Superintendent Sam Sanders and Kelton Ford.

  • Two named to Bethlehem's honor roll

     The following Bethlehem High School students from LaRue County have been named to the honor roll for the third quarter of the 2012-13 academic year.

    A-B Honor Roll

    Sophomore Cole Plouvier

    Junior Jesse Plouvier

  • Wrestling - Jan. 30 - LaRue vs. Oldham

     LaRue County (64), Oldham County (3)

    Jan. 30

    B.J. Carman, Pinfall 2:15, Burd

    Tony Couch, 9-8, Fullerton

    Cody Strausser, Forfeit

    Nathan Bell, Pinfall 0:13, Thomas Fow

    Dawson Bingham, 5-6, Nick Wise

    Dalton Bell, Pinfall, Kyle Steele

    Kyle Edlin, Forfeit

    Tanner Mouser, 12-4, Sean Dunn

    Dylan West, Pinfall 3:22, Taylor Rankin

    Raymundo Perez, 12-2, Doug Johnson

    Griffin Dulak, 11-2, Sean Wilkerson