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Today's News

  • The way God thinks

    No one has an easy life. We all have problems, hurts and hidden wounds. One of the deepest hurts is rejection. Whether the rejection is from parents, children, peers, or partners it all hurts. How do you deal with the pain from rejection and other hurts that come in life?
    One way God heals us is by fixing our wounded spirit. God begins repairing our wounded spirit by telling us how valuable we are, and how important we are to Him. We are so valuable to God that He sent His Son to heal us. It’s true! That is the story of the New Testament.

  • WIC - Are you eligible?

    If you are pregnant, recently had a baby, are breastfeeding or have a child under the age of five, you may be eligible for the Women, Infants and Children Program, said Roxanne O. True, M.S., L.D., R.D., director of Nutrition Services and WIC for Lincoln Trail District Health Department.

  • Fundraiser Calendar

    Golf Scramble
    The annual Jaden’s Day event will be having a Golf Scramble 1 p.m. June 25 at Buffalo Golf Course. Proceeds to the Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies in Louisville. Teams can still sign-up. For more information call James McBride at 270-735-7919.
     
    Moonlight Big Band to perform at My Old Kentucky Home

  • Court briefs

    Shock probation denied
    Shock probation was denied to Tabatha Gibson, 38, of Magnolia, May 2 in LaRue Circuit Court.
    In March, Gibson pleaded guilty to facilitation, manufacturing methamphetamine; two counts of complicity, possession of controlled substance; and complicity, possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • Taylor eliminates LaRue in region baseball action

    Landmark News Service

    Taylor County exploded for seven runs in the top of the second and coasted to a 10-2 victory over the LaRue County Hawks in the first round of the 5th Region Baseball Tournament at Central Hardin High School.

    The Hawks finish the season with a record of 24-9.

  • New Haven man sues hospital after tick bite leads to medical issues

    The walls in Robert McMullan’s home off Monk’s Road near New Haven serve as a scrapbook of sorts. Hundreds of pictures, pamphlets, album covers and flyers line the walls, telling the story of McMullan and all those he has met.

  • LaRue sends athletes to state track meet

    Landmark News Service

    LaRue County's track and field athletes took part Thursday in the Class 2A Kentucky track championship meet held at the University of Louisville.

    Sophomores Amarah Reed (17th in the 800-meter run) and Alisha Durbin (17th in the 300 hurdles) were the top Lady Hawks. The girls' 4x400 relay team finished 19th with a time of 4:37.32. The 4x800 girls' team was 24th overall at 11:20.05.

  • LaRue advances to softball semifinals

    Landmark News Service

    Two runs in the eighth inning Monday extended LaRue County's softball season and completed a 3-1 upset of Adair County in the opening round of the 5th Region Softball Tournament being played in Hodgenville.

    The Lady Hawks’ senior catcher Ellen Huff stroked a tiebreaking single in the top of the eighth inning to fuel the win.

  • REGIONAL BASEBALL: Central Hardin hosts games

    On first glance, the bottom half of the 5th Region Baseball Tournament bracket appears to be loaded.

    Three of the four teams with winning records in the tournament, which will be held at Central Hardin, are in bottom half of the bracket. All three teams have 24 or more victories.

    Defending region champion Central Hardin, the 17th District champion, meets the 19th District runner-ups Nelson County Cardinals (12-20) at 6:30 p.m. Monday. The Bruins (29-4) beat Nelson County, 12-0 on May 14.

  • REGIONAL SOFTBALL: LaRue plays host

    Last year, the Central Hardin Lady Bruins hoped to meet the Green County Lady Dragons in the 5th Region Softball Tournament final.

    That didn’t happen. And it won’t happen this year, either.

    During Saturday morning’s region tournament draw meeting at host LaRue County, the ninth-ranked Lady Dragons (28-6) and the No. 11 Lady Bruins (31-4) both drew into the top bracket, meaning they could meet in the early semifinal at 6 p.m. Tuesday.