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Today's News

  • Add exercise without changing your routine

    What is the main reason you give for not getting enough exercise in your day? 

    Are you too busy, too tired when you get home from work, or just don’t have the energy to even think about exercising? 

    We give all sorts of excuses. What if activity wasn’t a dreaded thing and what if you could make it fun and fit it into your normal everyday routine? It is possible to incorporate more activity into your day by doing simple things.

  • Child's play should be outdoors play

    Did you know that children today are in danger of having shorter life spans than their parents? And did you know that danger exists at least partially because of children's unhealthy daily activities?
    We need to pay attention and redirect our children firmly toward daily physical activity and if possible, outdoor interaction with nature.

  • BIRTH: Currys welcome Elliott Douglas

    Mr. and Mrs. Eric B. Curry of Lexington and formerly of LaRue County, announce the birth of their first child, Elliott Douglas Curry.

    Elliott arrived on Dec. 14, 2010, at 4:06 p.m. at St. Joseph East. He weighed 6 pounds 13 ounces and was 20-inches long.

    Paternal grandparents are Larry and Vicki Curry, formerly of LaRue County. Maternal grandparents are Jimmy and Vivian Peel of Nicholasville.

    Paternal great-grandparent is Bettye Self of Elizabethtown.

  • Jesus can provide meaning to life

    Many people feel disappointed with life. They search for fulfilment and satisfaction, only to find emptiness and disappointment. In despair some turn to alcohol, drugs and even suicide.

    Why is all this so? Most of the time it is because they have not found what most want in life - love and acceptance, meaning and purpose. Many bars have "happy hours." If truthful, they would call it "the unhappy hour." Everyone present is not happy. Some are trying to fill a void in their life. Fame, success and money can't satisfy the deep longings in the heart.

  • Mat Hawks win Trojan Tournament

    The LaRue County High School Mat Hawks have been on a roll of late, and the team didn't give any indication they were going to slow down. The Mat Hawks rolled into North Hardin on Saturday and dominated on its way to a first place finish by almost 100 points.

    When the dust settled late Saturday, the Mat Hawks sported eight champions and four other medalists. Ten of the mat men were tournament finalists.

  • BASKETBALL: Valerie Whitlock joins 1,000th point club

    BY KENDRICK BRYAN
    CORRESPONDENT

    On Tuesday, Jan. 18, LaRue County senior guard Valerie Whitlock became the 14th Lady Hawk to score more than 1,000 career points. Her performance helped the visiting Lady Hawks cruise by 18th District rival Caverna, 58-35.

    On Saturday, freshman wing Ivy Brown gave the Hodgenville crowd a glimpse of who will likely be the 15th to reach the plateau. The Lady Hawks overcame a 12-point deficit to knock off the Adair County Lady Indians, 62-52.

    Caverna

  • 'Dinner and a Show' fundraiser will highlight LCHS Speech Team

  • Red clover a good option for pasture

    Renovating pastures and hay fields to renew grass productivity is one of the most important things LaRue County farmers can do to improve the grassland grazing and hay land in the county. Pasture and other forage lands in LaRue County feed the county's 28,000 head of cattle and calves in addition to the other ruminant livestock and horses. Believe it or not, pasture renovation time will soon be here.

  • Deadline approaching for 4-H Poetry Contest

    The 4-H Poetry Contest is being held again this year. The contest is open to all LaRue County youth, ages 9 to 18. Each youth may enter one poem for the competition.
    All poems must be submitted to the Extension Office by Feb. 4.
    Most students have probably already written poems for school. Why not turn your best poem in to be judged? Teachers, you may even wish to require your students to participate in the poetry contest or give extra credit for those students who participate.

  • Enlows celebrate 60 years

    Robert Lewis and Kathleen Enlow of Hodgenville will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Sunday, Jan. 30.

    They married Jan. 28, 1951 at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

    Kathleen is a retired executive secretary of the Selective Service. Robert is a retired U.S. Customs officer.

    They are members of Hodgenville United Methodist Church. They have three children, Robert, Cindy and Kay and four grandchildren.

    The celebration will take place at their home on Bardstown Road.