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Today's News

  • Fundrai$ers - May 28, 2014

     Fish fry at Middle Creek

    Middle Creek Baptist Church, 3595 Carter Brothers Road, Hodgenville, will have a fish fry 5 p.m. May 30 and June 6. Fish, two sides, dessert and drink for $7.50. Carryout available.

     

    Cruise-In for Christ

  • Illegally placed signs will be removed

     Residents, business operators and property owners along US and KY routes are reminded Kentucky Transportation Cabinet crews have authority and will remove political signs along state maintained right-of-way areas.

    Additionally, KYTC officials take this opportunity to remind everyone no yard sale, auction, business or any other sign is allowed on state maintained right-of-way areas. Such signs must be placed beyond right-of-way limits. Right-of-way fence is included in this restriction. On roads with a right-of-way fence, no signs may be attached.

  • Cold water challenge supports charity from 7,000 miles away

     Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan—

    Daniel E. “Dan” London has been deployed for about two years in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, but still maintains a close connection to his home area of Hardin County. That connection was shown May 24 when he let about 30 co-workers pour very cold water over him in support of a local charity in memory of Addison Jo Blair who was lost to cancer at a very young age.

  • Track and field results

     (Delayed)

    April 22—Elizabethtown All-Comers

     

    Team Results

    Girls (6 Teams)

    4. LaRue County, 87

    Boys (6 Teams)

    6. LaRue County, 66

     

    Individual Results

    Girls’ 100-Meter Dash

    14. Gabriela Garcia, 14.52

    15. Courtni Price, 14.57

    26. Kyaa Embry, 15.56

    30. Sarah Cady, 16.12

    31. Scarlett Redmon, 16.45

     

  • Hawk baseball has a bright future

     Leading into the 2014 baseball campaign, Hawks’ second-year head coach Eric Allen knew he would have a challenge replacing six seniors with a young group of players coming up. This was nothing new. When he acquired the job in 2013, he had to replace eight seniors.

    Junior Koy Lindsey and freshman Cameron Dawson were the only full-time starters from the 2013 squad, while sophomore Colby Skaggs and senior Dylon Hedgespeth also saw action at the varsity level.  

  • Lady Hawks end season as District runners-up

     The Lady Hawks became the 18th District runners-up Tuesday, falling 8-7 to the top-seeded Green County Lady Dragons in the championship game.

    The Lady Hawks held a four-run lead in the seventh inning – but Green County cut the lead to two against junior starting pitcher Emillee Cundiff.

    Lady Hawks coach Aaron Howell called on senior Brigitte Skaggs to close it out.

    Green County drew two bases-loaded walks off Skaggs to rally for an 8-7 win at Green County American Legion Park.

  • Annual golf tournament honors General Bob Cundiff

     About 100 people competed Monday in the annual General Bob Cundiff Golf Tournament at the LaRue County Golf Course near Buffalo. 

    The annual Memorial Day event, named in honor of Brigadier General (Ret.) Robert W. Cundiff of Hodgenville, began a year after Cundiff’s death in 2005.

    Organizers were pleased with the attendance.

    “This is the best turnout we’ve had by far,” said Keith Bault, longtime member of the golf course. “We usually have about 60.”

  • Adam Sandidge takes third at State

    LaRue County senior Adam Sandidge had an excellent showing last weekend in the 1,600-meter at the Class 2-A State Track and Field Championships at the University of Kentucky’s Shively Track Complex.

    He placed third in the 1,600-meter and sixth in the 3,200, accumulating enough points to take 25th place overall for the team.

  • Rutledge earns nursing degree from Saint Joe's

     

     Angela Rutledge of Buffalo, graduated in December from Saint Joseph’s College of Maine with a Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner. Rutledge is a home health nurse at VNA Nazareth.

  • WKU announces graduates

     Western Kentucky University conferred degrees to its largest spring baccalaureate graduating class ever on Saturday as three undergraduate ceremonies wrapped up the University’s 175th Commencement.

    WKU conferred 1,545 baccalaureate degrees, 120 associate degrees and 33 undergraduate certificates. 

    In a fitting ceremony on Armed Forces Day, 14 Hilltopper Battalion Army ROTC cadets – including Micah Farmer of Upton – were commissioned as second lieutenants.