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Today's News

  • Farm News and 4H Calendar - May 28

    Farm News 

    Farmers Market

    The LaRue County Farmers Market will be set up from noon to 7 p.m. June 19 and 26, and July 3, at 2533 Lincoln Farm Road, Hodgenville (beside Lincoln Jamboree). For more information, call the Extension office at 270-358-3401.

    Multifloral Rose Control Demonstrations

  • Accurately measure when using small quantities of dry pesticides

      Backpack and handheld sprayers are often used around the farm or home to treat small areas. However, most pesticide labels focus on mixing and applying pesticide in quantities that far exceed the sizes of common backpack and handheld sprayers.

    As a result, accurate conversions must be made to avoid a spray mix or application rate that could result in a treatment that is either stronger than recommended or too weak to be effective.

  • International flavors anticipated

     Several weeks of sunshine and plenty of rain have given the garden a really nice start, thus far. Zinnia, marigold, sunflower, green beans, and purple corn are all emerging and visible.

    Unfortunately, so has the Johnson grass. I half-heartedly hacked at a few blades but my resolve was not there as the ground is kinda muddy from the recent severe weather.

  • Ola Cobb named Nationwide's Employee of the Month

     Ola Cobb has been selected as the May Employee of the Month for Nationwide Uniform.

    She has been employed with Nationwide since February 1977 and is under the supervision of JoAnn Pearman in the trouser department. 

  • Gray is Summer Intern

     Felicia Gray is working at The LaRue County Herald News this summer through the Kentucky Press Association’s intern program.

    Felicia is a student at Campbellsville University where she majors in public relations and psychology. Her parents are Tim and Jill Gray of Magnolia.

    She will be covering school board meetings, the LaRue County Fair, writing feature articles and taking lots of photographs. 

    The internship lasts 10 weeks.

    If you have a story idea to pass on to Felicia, give her a call at 270-358-3118.

  • Pvt. Murrell graduates

     Pvt. Jarrod Wayne Murrell graduated May 15, 2014, from Fort Jackson Army Base in South Carolina.

    He is the son of DeAnna Murrell and George Hobby, the brother of Courtney, Wayne, Bonnie and Anthony Jr., and the uncle of Jonathan, all of Elizabethtown. His grandparents are Charles and Margaret Brown of Buffalo. Great-grandparents are Freddy and Iris Hoagland of Campbellsville.

  • Kidd graduates from University of Louisville

     Autumn Kidd graduated May 10, 2014, from the University of Louisville. 

    She received a bachelor of science in nursing degree. 

    She was a member and president of the Chi Omega Fraternity and was on the executive board for the University of Louisville Dance Marathon. She was recently hired for an RN position at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. 

    She is the daughter of Larry and Sandy Kidd of Hodgenville.

  • Breaking Bread Bakery: Made from scratch

     The sweet smell of baking bread, cakes, cookies and muffins has been wafting from a small shop on South Walters Street since February. The “Breaking Bread Bakery” (a not-so-subtle reference to the Bible) sells bread and other goods – all made from scratch.

    For lunch, they also offer a bag lunch, which includes a sandwich (made with their own bread), chips, and a soda.

    Fran Dowell of Magnolia is the owner. She bakes everything herself and says that since it opened, the bakery has been “pretty steady but not overwhelming.” 

  • 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.