Local News

  • School Calendar

    School Board Meeting Date and Location Change

    The LaRue County School Board regular scheduled meetings are typically held at 7 p.m. on the third Monday of each month at the LCHS Media Center. Due to the President’s day holiday, the board will meet at Hodgenville Elementary at 7 p.m. on TUESDAY, Feb.19.


    Cap and gown pictures for Kindergarten at Hodgenville Elementary School will be taken on Wednesday, January 23.


  • ALES “A & B” Honor Roll

    3rd Grade

    Elijah Kimes, Trevor Nunn, Romeo Bartolomei, Crystal Delfin, Liam Ditto, Christian Falls, Maite Flores, Miricale Martin, Kasen McDowell, Wyatt Means, Cole Peace, Kaylee Warren, Izaiah Doty, Matthew Marotske, Emma Miller, Oakley Houk, Abigail Lucas, Caden McMillion, Kila Robinson, Adam Simpson, Tiffany Sutton, James Wirth, Braden Brooks, Henri Crossno, Laidyn Long, Aubrey Miller, Logan Pennington, Brock Shelton, Clinton Wirth

    4th Grade

  • ALES “A” Honor Roll

    3rd Grade

    Danny Brown, Hailey Garner, Rheygan Plouvier, Wyatt Barnes, Jasmine Celis, Wyatt Gootee, Chase Hall, Taylor Loyall, Jackson Thomas, Hudson White, Kayla Calarco, Ryan Dile, Jayden Hagerdash, Brooklyn Williams, Noah Young, Karmon Colvin, Jace Detre, Mary Dixon, Owen McDowell, Bentley Payne, Savannah Perkins, Khloe Thompson, Alli Young

    4th Grade

  • HES “A & B” Honor Roll
  • HES “A” Honor Roll
  • LCHS 2019 Homecoming Court
  • Free income tax preparation

    Free assistance with income tax preparation is available for residents of Green, Taylor and surrounding Counties from the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons)Foundation Tax-Aide program. Electronic filing will be available free of charge. AARP membership is NOT required for assistance.

    The counselors are retired business people with considerable experience in tax preparation. This year’s counselors are Brenda Cook, Carolyn Scott, Kathy Curry, Beverly Edwards and Bettie Jo Russell.

  • LCHS Job Shadow program helps prepare future workforce

    LaRue County Schools is piloting a new program to empower students to strengthen their college and career plans and make more successful transitions to life after high school.

    Speaking at the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Jan. 16, LCHS principal Denise Skaggs said all high school students will engage in six hours of job shadowing by March 29 to learn about potential careers.

  • Hodgenville Fire Department to purchase new washer

    On January 14 the Hodgenville City Counsel unanimously voted to purchase a commercial grade washer-extractor for the Hodgenville fire department.

    According to Hodgenville Fire Chief Chuck Lee, because of a rise in cancer among firefighters, it is recommended to wash firefighting gear after every use. Firefighters come into contact with carcinogens more often than regular citizens.

  • Southern Nelson County Beagle club winners