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Today's News

  • PHOTO: Ready for play

    Nathan Bell marked off the playing field Thursday afternoon before a youth league baseball game. Bell umpires at the LaRue County Park and Recreation fields.

  • PHOTO: Rally Day

    Michaela Rock participated in the Area 4-H Rally Day and earned a blue ribbon in Talk Meet and was District Champion in Sr. Animal Science Demonstration.

  • PHOTO: 4-H Fashion Revue

    Machaela LeClear, Kaitlyn Knight and Maddie Helm participated in the Fashion Revue at the Area 4-H Rally Day. All three girls received a blue ribbon and Kaitlyn earned Reserve Champion.

  • Catholic Charities sponsor recycling drive

    Catholic Charities of Louisville, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, and Nelson County are sponsoring a recycling drive with 2trg, a certified electronics recycler, to accept unwanted electronic waste (e-waste) at St. Joseph Elementary School in Bardstown 8 a.m.-2 p.m. June 2.

    The school is located at 320 West Stephen Foster Ave., Bardstown, KY 40004.  A convenient drive-through drop-off station will be available in the school parking lot. 

  • COLUMN: Face flies can spread disease in cattle

    The face fly is a tough-to-manage pest of pastured cattle. In addition to the irritation it causes while feeding, it can play a major role in the spread of the bacteria that causes pinkeye within and between herds.

    Female face flies visit cattle for short periods of time to get the protein they need for egg production. Sources include tears, mucus and saliva of cattle. The fly’s sponging mouthparts have small, abrasive teeth that scratch tender tissue around the eye to stimulate tear flow; the tears are then blotted up by the fly’s specialized mouthparts.

  • COLUMN: Remember the dead but don't forget the living

    We human beings are forgetful about many things. Like the man who said sometimes he got undressed to get a shower and suddenly he could not remember if he was getting in or getting out of the shower. Or another person said they would find themselves on the stairway and couldn't remember if they were going up or coming down the stairs.

    The worst forgetfulness is to forget people. This Memorial Day weekend think of others, love others and remember others. Remember deceased and living people this weekend.

  • New Haven school placed on lockdown

    New Haven School was on a limited lockdown for about 30 minutes Thursday.

    Principal Jason Detre issued the lockdown around 2:30 p.m. after a parent notified the school of possible police action nearby.

    According to Nelson County Sheriff Stephen Campbell, officers were in New Haven looking to serve two bench warrants to T.K. Johnson, who was possibly spotted in the area.

    Campbell added that the warrants were for first-degree fleeing or evading, resisting arrest and third-degree criminal mischief.

  • Parents named to LCHS site-based council

    David Owen and Jennifer Price are the parent representatives elected to serve on the LaRue County High School site-based decision making council for the upcoming school year.

    Rebecca Higdon served four years on the council.

  • TENNIS: Seymour wins two matches at State Tournament

    LaRue County’s Michelle Seymour competed Thursday in the State Tennis Tournament at Shillito Park in Lexington.

    A three-time State qualifier, Seymour, a senior, created a memorable final trip. This one will resonate with her the most, by far.

  • COLUMN: The value of volunteering grows

    An hour of volunteering was worth $21.79 in 2011. This estimate by Independent Sector is based on the average hourly earnings of all production and non-supervisory works on private non-farm payrolls, as determined by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Independent Sector increases that number by 12 percent to estimate for fringe benefits.