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Today's News

  • 10s have a season to remember

    Bryson Arnette was named most valuable player in the opening game of the Cal Ripken Ohio Valley Regional tournament in Somerset. Before the weekend ended, he earned a second MVP pin – the only player to do so, according to his coach, Todd Morris.

  • 10s bring home pride
  • Back-to-school update: Yes, it’s next week

    It’s that time of year again – it’s back to school for LaRue County students!

    Aug. 7 will mark the beginning of the 2013-14 school year and the implementation of some changes.

    LaRue County High School
    New LCHS principal Kyle Goodlett spoke with The LaRue County Herald News to point out several important reminders for students and parents.

    First, Chris Price is the new assistant principal for LCHS, taking over for Goodlett.

    Second, cell phone usage is being regulated.

  • Turner: Remember, it's a comedy show

    LaRue County Judge/executive Tommy Turner says he’s no comedian.

    But that didn’t stop him from interviewing July 17 with The Daily Show’s Jason Jones.

    The Daily Show, a comedic news show on Comedy Central, visited Hodgenville to learn more about LaRue County Fiscal Court’s proposed “nullification” ordinance that was given first reading in March.

    Fiscal Court used the ordinance to poke fun at the State attempting to overthrow a federal law.

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  • Glen Rice concert series continues Aug. 9

    Glen Rice, Family and Friends Musical Concert Series continues its eighth season at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 9 at the Hardin County Performing Arts Center.

    The concert is themed “The Legends are Back” with songs from the Beatles and George Jones.

    It will feature Rice, Christy Miller, Roger Conley, Pat Portman, Allen Hilbert and Amber Martin and Brooke Thornsberry; and The Musical Concert Series Band, Freddy Helm, Tony Cook, Ron Benningfield, Mike Ash, Camille Turner, Eddie Black, Rick Durham and David Keene.

  • Pipeline talks here Thursday

    A proposed pipeline that will transport natural gas liquids across Kentucky has met with a great deal of opposition in Nelson County. Residents there have met several times with fiscal court and representatives of Williams and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP.

    The company wants to build a 500-mile pipeline from the shale natural gas deposits of Pennsylvania and Ohio to an existing pipeline in Hardinsburg. The proposed pipeline may pass through LaRue County.

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  • Lincoln National expands into Nelson County

    Lincoln National Bank celebrated the grand opening of their newest location in Bardstown on Friday, July 26. A large number of LaRue and Nelson county customers, board of directors, employees and well-wishers, gathered to take part in the dedication.

    The 5,304 square foot Bardstown branch is located at 500 Lincoln Way, which boasts the architectural design complimenting the surrounding Historic Bardstown landscape with its tall ceilings and grandeur décor’.