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Today's News

  • Lady Hawks fall to E'town

      A stellar season came to an end for the Lady Hawks Sunday as they fell in the 5th Region championship, 73-56, to Elizabethtown’s Lady Panthers.

    LaRue’s Ladies defeated E’town 65-58 in their last regular season match-up. Sunday was a different story as the Lady Panthers never trailed and led by double digits for all but the opening 5:05 at Nelson County's Cardinal Gym. It was E’town’s seventh region title.

    The Lady Hawks didn't make a field goal in the opening 7 minutes as they dug themselves a 16-2 hole.

  • COLUMN: Don't forget God's benefits

     In Psalm 103:2 we are admonished to “forget none of His benefits.” 

    Have you counted your benefits from the Lord lately? We sometimes forget how God has graciously blessed us. A tag on the front of a car parked at the Golden Corral last week said it all – “BLESSED.” One word sums it up for us.

    Someone said, “It is time to wake up, look up, pray up, and praise up.”

  • PHOTO: GOP chili supper

     Sixty people attended the GOP chili supper March 7.

  • Lady Hawks win

    The Lady Hawks defeated Marion County 65-54 Saturday in 5th Region play.

    The Region championship game will be played 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Nelson County. LaRue will play  E'town.

    BARDSTOWN — The LaRue County Lady Hawks were in search of a lift in the second half and it came from an unsuspecting place.

  • PHOTO: Shepherd honored

    Elizabethtown Rotary Club President Val Claycomb presents the 2014 Jack Snyder Award to Doug Shepherd. The Club gives the award each year to an individual in the agricultural community who demonstrates excellence in the field. Shepherd is the University of Kentucky extension agent for Hardin County.

  • Conservation District Awards
  • PHOTO: Potted Few

     Potted Few member Anneliese Knoll placed a Clivia Miniata plant in the Fort Knox Barr Library. Club members take a turn each month to encourage the appreciation of nature’s beauty. The Potted Few will meet in the Radcliff home of Renate Gosser at 10 a.m. March 19 for a business meeting and a “Spring is Sprung” program. For more details, call Gosser at 270-351-6433.

  • I-65 work continues

     Widening of Interstate 65 continues through Hart County, requiring several bridges to be reconstructed, including the KY 88 bridge over the interstate just west of Munfordville. Traffic on KY 88 will be reduced to one lane at the bridge. The lane closure may create delays, especially during morning and afternoon peak travel times. Motorists should plan accordingly.

    Width restrictions will also be in place during construction. Loads wider than 10 feet will not be permitted and must seek an alternate route.

  • COLUMN: President should end spin-control culture

     When the Valley Journals of Riverton, Utah, a suburb of Salt Lake City, wanted to know the time of the town’s 2012 Easter egg hunt, they couldn’t find out. The city barred the parks official from speaking to reporters without permission, and nothing, not even the Second Coming, would pry that information loose.

    What Valley Journals Managing Editor Linda Petersen experienced is unfortunately all too common – and becoming more so – in Utah, Washington, D.C., and other government shops across the country.

  • COLUMN: Sunshine Week

     March 16-22 is Sunshine Week nationwide. Take a moment to celebrate. Sunshine Week focuses on the importance of open government. No open government, no democracy. No transparency, no government accountability.

    I care about Sunshine Week both as a citizen and as a former newspaper employee/publisher for 22 years. We relied heavily upon the State of New Mexico’s strong public records and opening meeting acts to help keep public officials accountable and public bodies honest.