Today's News

  • 2018 Cross Country preview

    Boys cross country

    Finding a team mentality

    The LaRue County boys cross country team is looking to have more of a team mentality this season.

    Boys Cross Country Head Coach Jim Phelps said they have never achieved that team mentality in the past either due to the low number of runners or the spread out age levels of the runners, but Phelps said this year will be different.

  • LaRue Co. is simply the “Best in Kentucky”
  • LCMS football results - August 29, 2018

    The LCMS Hawks fell to East Hardin on Tuesday, August 21 by a score of 22-8. The Hawks will travel to West Hardin Middle School on Tuesday, August 28 with kickoff scheduled at 5:30 p.m. 

  • "In God We Trust"

    State Representative Brandon Reed of Hodgenville made the state and national news last week after he pre-filed legislation for the 2019 session that would require “In God We Trust” be displayed in Kentucky public elementary and secondary schools.

  • Hawks lose shocker to Russell Co.

    The Hawks were stunned by the Russell County Lakers last Friday night as they lost to the Lakers 16-6.

    A lot of Hawks fans were expecting the Hawks to “run all over” the Lakers after they put up a school record of 602 rushing yards against Marion County in their opening season game, but that simply didn’t happen against the Lakers.

    The Hawks only had 252 total yards in offense with 136 yards rushing and 116 yards passing.

  • Painting pictures with words

    Hear the word, “artist,” and what usually comes to mind is a person using a brush, canvas, oil, watercolors, or some other medium to paint a picture.

    Sue Williamson, LaRue County Public Library’s September Artist of the Month, however, paints her pictures in a much different manner--with words.

    The published author and poet will share some of her works at the library on South Lincoln Boulevard in Hodgenville at 5:30 p.m. September 6.

    The Magnolia resident explained her three poems on display:

    “Batting Cleanup”

  • LCMS girls basketball host Meade Co.

    As week two of the LCMS Girls’ basketball season rolled around the Lady Hawks hosted the Lady Waves from Meade County Middle School on Monday, August 20.

    The 7th grade Lady Hawks tipped off the night of action in game one and soon found themselves in a 13-2 hole after one quarter of play. In the second quarter of play both teams put six points on the scoreboard, but the Lady Hawks trailed the Lady Waves by a score of 19-8 at half-time.

  • LaRue County cross country results - August 29, 2018

      Green County All Comers - 8/23/2018                      

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  • Cancer surviving children named honorary captains

    LaRue Countians Addie Roberts and Cody Walsh were honorary captains during the Hawks football game against Russell County on Friday, August 24.

  • LCS to participate in chef competition

    A team of student chefs representing LaRue County Schools will show their cooking talents in the Kentucky Farm to School Junior Chef competition next year where regional winners will vie for the championship at the 2019 state fair in Louisville.

    The statewide high school cooking competition offers youth the opportunity to learn valuable skills in recipe development, food preparation, marketing, public presentation, organization, teamwork and community involvement.