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Today's News

  • Fathergills graduate from WKU

    Wade and Sandra Fathergill of Hodgenville, formerly of Lexington, announce the graduation of their son, Jimmie “Neal” Fathergill, and their daughter, Tracie Lynn Fathergill, from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. The commencement was Dec. 14, 2013, at E.A Diddle Arena.

  • Students graduate from Campbellsville U

    Campbellsville University graduated 196 students in two ceremonies Dec. 13 in Ransdell Chapel.

  • School board: Goals set for new year

    Each year the school districts are required by the state to provide a comprehensive improvement plan.  On Dec. 16, Amanda Reed, assistant superintendent, presented the 2013-14 Comprehensive Improvement Plan to the school board.

  • School board: Goals set for new year

    Each year the school districts are required by the state to provide a comprehensive improvement plan.  On Dec. 16, Amanda Reed, assistant superintendent, presented the 2013-14 Comprehensive Improvement Plan to the school board.

  • School board hears personnel changes

     The LaRue County School Board heard the following personnel recommendations Dec. 16:

    •  Employment of Edie Gibson as substitute bus monitor at the LaRue County Bus Garage.
    •  Employment of Angela Buckles as instructional monitor at Kids’ Crew.
    •  Resignation of Ben Schell as head volleyball coach at LaRue County High School.
    •  Resignation of Garry D. Ross as adult education instructor for the Family Services Center.
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  • Curle honored at Small Farm Conference

    LaRue County Conservation District board member Billy Curle was presented the Small/Limited Producer Award at the Small Farm Conference banquet Nov. 20 in Frankfort. From left, Lacey Gaw, Natural Resources Conservation Service area conservationist; Billy Curle and his wife, Eunice; Billy Finkbeiner, NRCS district conservationist; Ed Thompson, USDA 1890 program liaison, Kentucky State University.  

  • Honored by Cattlemen’s Association

    LaRue County Cattlemen’s Association President Kelly Flanders presented a jacket to Craig and Trudy Thompson, winners of the Gordon Conner Service Award, at the Christmas dinner Dec. 10.

  • Mistletoe: Give us a kiss

    Once autumn leaves have fallen, mistletoe becomes visible on large trees where it grows. The scientific name for this parasitic plant actually means tree thief. You can commonly find it on twigs and branches of many hardwood species in the south. 

  • Mackey honored

    Ray Allan Mackey, a 27-year farming veteran of Hardin County, was honored as the 2013 Kentucky Farm Bureau “Farmer of the Year” during the organization’s 94th annual meeting in Louisville. Mackey is pictured with his wife, Jan. Mackey raises corn, soybeans, tobacco, beef cattle and swine on his 4,535-acre farm in Hardin County.