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Today's Opinions

  • Float my boat
  • Pows and wows!

     I don’t know why God does what he does. But we are always comforted by the adage that there is a reason for everything or the saying that God can make lemonade out of lemons. We Christians ask our questions and then wait for His answer. That works for us. We pause, and we learn. I get that.

  • Life lessons learned from Lincoln

    I have been studying about Abraham Lincoln more in depth since I started working at the LaRue County Herald News.

    I think we can all agree that Lincoln was a successful man who made a positive impact on millions of lives. As president, Lincoln abolished slavery and led our country through the Civil War, which was one of the most trying times in our nation’s history.

  • Protect your digital assets
  • Committe thanks those who supported Relay

    On behalf of the LaRue County Relay for Life Leadership Committee, we wish to publicly thank the many, many LaRue residents who helped make Relay 2015 a huge success. Though the weather forced us to close early, the committee is convinced that hosting the event on the square was a great decision and we look forward to continuing future Relays there. This year was a learning experience and we are excited about some additional changes for 2016.

  • Thanks to coaches, donors to sports camp

    We would like to thank the coaches and contributors who helped so much with the free Another Level Basketball Camp held June 16-18.

  • Gleanings and leanings

    By Bobbi Lanham

    When I drive down the road, I am always looking over the fields and roadsides for gleanings. I find a lot of produce, herbs and possibilities that way. I dug asparagus out of my cousin’s fencerow. I collected popcorn out of a field after the combine went through.

  • Committed to community

    Words cannot express how excited I am to be the editor of the LaRue County Herald News.

    I was born and raised in Rockcastle County and had lived there my entire life. I worked as the news editor of the county newspaper, the Mount Vernon Signal, for more than three years.

    As many of you know from your own experiences, it can be scary and difficult to leave your hometown for a different job, to go to college, etc. However, this was not the case for me when I left Rockcastle County to become the editor of the LaRue County Herald.