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Today's News

  • Relay for Life kickoff is Saturday

     LaRue County’s Relay for Life will kickoff Saturday, Oct. 13.

    Citizens are invited to join other teams to celebrate cancer awareness at 7 p.m. on Lincoln Square. A giant luminaire built by the Veirs Crew will provide the backdrop at the ceremony where several awards will be presented for the past Relay season.

    Team registration is free until Oct. 31. Beginning Nov. 1 registration is $50 and after Dec. 31 the fee increases to $100.

  • New area code in Kentucky: Informational meetings planned

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiqFIDQesCM&feature=youtu.be

    The meetings will be conducted by PSC staff and will include an informational presentation and an opportunity to ask questions and submit comments.

  • ON EDUCATING LARUE: New employees welcomed by school district

     The LaRue County School District strives to employ the most capable and professional teachers and support staff in our schools.

    This year, several people have joined the district in various positions.

    Kyle Goodlett is serving as assistant principal at LaRue County High School.

  • SOCCER: Hawks whip Tigers

     Oct. 2 was another senior night, another victory for the Hawks soccer team.

    The Hawks have played against three other teams enjoying senior night and emerged victorious. This night was no different. 

    The Hawks whipped the Tigers of Bardstown 8-0. 

    Honored by their teammates, families and friends were nine seniors: Ryan Abell,

  • SOCCER: Lady Hawks prepare for district

     18TH DISTRICT GIRLS' SOCCER TOURNAMENT AT MARION COUNTY. LaRue County is a victory away Wednesday night from the first region tournament berth in the program’s six-year existence.

    The second-seeded Lady Hawks (5-7-2, 2-1-1) meet the third-seeded Hart County Lady Raiders (7-4, 1-2) in the late semifinal at 8. LaRue County beat the Lady Raiders, 6-2 on Aug. 27 in Munfordville. Junior Shelbi Brooks and sophomore Rachel Wolf each had three goals and one assist for the Lady Hawks.

  • SOCCER: Hawks enter district tournament

     18TH DISTRICT BOYS' SOCCER TOURNAMENT AT MARION COUNTY. The fourth-seeded Taylor County Cardinals (4-16, 3-3) meet the fifth-seeded Hart County Raiders (1-10-1, 1-5) in tonight’s quarterfinal at 6. Taylor County beat the visiting Raiders on Aug. 23, 1-0 as sophomore Jordan Nicholas scored off a pass from senior Justin Smith.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Hawks begin district play tonight

     18TH DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT AT CAVERNA. Green County is going for its 10th straight title as the tournament semifinals open tonight.

    The top-seeded Lady Dragons face fourth-seeded Caverna (0-6) at 6, while second-seeded LaRue County (4-2) – which has reached the final six straight years – takes on third-seeded Hart County (2-4) at 7:30. The final is at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

    LaRue County swept Hart County in both regular-season meetings, winning 25-13, 25-6, 25-4 on Aug. 24 and 25-9, 25-18, 25-15 on Sept. 18.

  • Shelly Meredith earns White Coat

     A LaRue County resident is one of the members of the third class of Lindsey Wilson College students officially accepted into the college’s baccalaureate nursing program.

  • PHOTO: A&B Healthcare float receives People's Choice Award

     A & B Healthcare’s float “Fairytales and Leadership” won the People’s Choice Award Saturday at the Lincoln Days Parade. Pictured are Jennifer Collins, Dr. Amanda Florence-Houk and Amber Florence.

  • PHOTO: A&B Healthcare float is Mayor's Choice

     The A & B Healthcare float was presented the Mayor’s Award for the Lincoln Days Parade. Maverick Houk and his Super Heroes and Leadership float was the favorite of Hodgenville Mayor Terry Cruse.