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Today's News

  • Thomas hired as new LCHS ag teacher

     Chris Thomas, the new agriculture teacher at LaRue County High School, wants to offer instruction that will be beneficial in life regardless of the student’s farm-or-non-farm status.

  • Thomas named Mother of the Year

    For the last several years, Patsy Hines Thomas has presented the Mother of the Year award at the LaRue County Fair.

    On Monday, she was on the other side of the podium accepting the award from Jean Thomas, vice president of the LaRue County Extension Homemakers.

    “Ms. Patsy” Thomas, described as an active volunteer for the county and area Homemakers Councils, Extension council and district board and Lincoln Days, was nominated by the South Fork Homemakers Club.

  • Gibson crowned Miss LaRue County Fair

    Patricia Ann Gibson, the 17-year-old daughter of Roger and Melanie Wells of Hodgenville, was crowned Miss LaRue County Fair Monday, after an evening of torrential rain, thunder claps and mud.

    She was named also “Most Photogenic.”

    Gibson – and 14 other contestants – were transported by trucks from one side of the LaRue County Fairgrounds to the Morrison building. Volunteers held umbrellas as they entered buildings to keep them dry.

  • Fundraisers - 6/19/13

     Renaissance Repeats

  • June is Elder Abuse Awareness Month

     An estimated three to five million older adults in America were victims of abuse in 2011. Elder abuse often occurs at home, with a family member or caregiver causing the abuse. In many instances, it can go undetected for some time. 

  • Ignore the rain - visit the Fair

     Did you notice the downpour that struck LaRue County just after 4 p.m. Monday?

  • At State
  • Sports Shorts

    HeartChase
    Flaget Memorial Hospital will present the second annual HeartChase on June 22 to benefit the American Heart Association.

    The event will span about a mile around downtown Bardstown and participants will pass through 10-15 checkpoints along the way. At each checkpoint, they will be required to answer health trivia questions and find clues before they can proceed.

  • Engstrand takes football helm at Green County

    Chris Engstrand, a 1997 LaRue County High School graduate, has been named head football coach of the Green County High School Dragons.

    The 2001 Campbellsville University graduate goes to Green County from Fairdale High School where his Bulldogs posted a 5-16 record during his two-year tenure there.

    Prior to that, his Henry County teams amassed a 28-19 record in four seasons (2006-09).   

  • Pageant preparation