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  • Bucksnort Longhunters present Century Market Fair

    This weekend, Pritchard Community Center will look more like 1814 than 2014.

    For 17 years, the Bucksnort Longhunters have presented an 18th Century Market Fair.

    The event brings those with interest from as far away as St. Louis, organizer and club member Danny Hill said.

    At the market, patrons can purchase items made in the same way they were in the 1800s, Hill said.

    Tanned leather, hides, blacksmith wares, clothing and many other items representing Kentucky’s frontier days will be for sale, he said.

  • PHOTO: Smith family reunion
  • SCHOOL CALENDAR - FEB. 5, 2013

    ALES
    ALES site-based council
    The ALES site-based decision-making council will meet at 5:35 p.m. on the second Monday of each month in the school’s conference room. Future dates are Feb. 10, March 10, April 14, May 12 and June 9. For more information, call the school at 270-358-4112.

    LCMS
    LCMS site-based council

    The LCMS site-based council meets at 4:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month. For more information, call the school at 270-358-3196.

    OTHER

  • ON EDUCATING LARUE: Turner's travels bring foreign lands to life

    Thanks to collaboration between local businesswoman Beth Turner and LaRue County teachers, students view photos and accompanying information about other countries that stimulate classroom instruction.
    Turner’s position as global procurement operations manager with Dow Corning Corporation often necessitates her traveling to foreign lands.   

  • Steve Duncan takes football helm at Logan County

     Steve Duncan, formerly of Buffalo, has been hired as head football coach at Logan County High School.

  • Sports Shorts - Feb. 5, 2014

     LCHS Softball Boosters chili supper

  • PHOTO: Cundiff's concentration

     Jacob Cundiff in recent seventh-grade basketball action.

  • PHOTO: 8th grade cheerleaders honored

     The eighth-grade cheerleaders and their families were recognized on eighth-grade night. Front from left, Whitney Bauer, Madison Eads, Ashlen Grubbs, Emily Miller, Katelynn Lafollette, Kayla Heath; second row, Laura Bauer, Rebecca Eads, Cathy Grubbs, Angela Miller, Melissa Jones, Jessica Vittitow; back, P.J. Bauer, B.J. Eads, Lenn Grubbs, Jamie Miller, Jeremy Jones, Bradley Wayne Vittitow and Chad Heath.

  • PHOTO: 8th grade basketball players honored

    The eighth-grade basketball Hawks and their parents were honored on eighth-grade night. From left, Blake Shelton, Jacob Rutledge, Shane King, Dane Milby, Ty Morris, Chase Puyear, Kendrick Weathers, Johnny Key, Kane Harris, Isaiah Sublett, Jacob Gentry, Phillip French, Bryson Cobb and Brandon Cecil.
     

  • Civil suit settled against officer

    A civil suit filed against a former Hodgenville City officer was dismissed last month in LaRue Circuit Court before going to trial.
    Jody Riggs filed the suit against Robert Brownfield and Kentucky Farm Bureau in 2012. He claimed he was involved in a vehicular accident on March 27, 2010, on South Lincoln Boulevard, Hodgenville.
    Riggs’ vehicle was rear-ended by a 2001 Chevrolet cruiser driven by Brownfield.
    Riggs asked for past and future medical expenses.
    Circuit Judge Jack Seay signed the agreed order of dismissal with prejudice.