Today's News

  • Students transition to workplace

    Some LaRue County students not only learn at school, but thanks to a transition program in which the district participates, they also have the opportunity to receive on-site training at local businesses.

  • Christmas through the ages

    Second- and fourth-graders at Hodgenville Elementary School performed traditional instrumental pieces, as well as Christmas tunes from the 20th and 21st centuries. Kindergarten students ended the program by singing, “Must be Santa.” 

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  • Juggler

    Fourth-grader Hailey Kilfoile, a student at Hodgenville Elementary School, juggled scarves during a holiday performance.

  • Lady Hawks beat North Hardin

     Having watched her team blow one big lead, the well-rested Alexis Brewer wasn’t about to let the LaRue County Lady Hawks waste another lead Tuesday night.

    Sitting much of the game because of foul trouble, the junior guard scored the Lady Hawks’ final seven points as they held on for a 70-64 win over the North Hardin Lady Trojans at Ron Bevars Gymnasium.

    Brewer picked up her fourth foul with more than 11 minutes left in the game, causing her to miss the end of the third quarter and the first 3 minutes of the fourth quarter.

  • Kaydence, the director

    Hodgenville Elementary enjoyed a Christmas concert given by the LaRue County High School band on Wednesday. The band performed traditional hymns and carols as well as a piece called “A Cartoon Christmas,” to which the children were invited to sing along.  At the conclusion of the concert, Director Jamie Smith turned his baton over to kindergarten student Kaydence Powell so that she could direct the band in the playing of the LaRue County fight song. 

  • LaRue County High School Honor Roll – First Quarter

    First Quarter 

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  • Leadership

    Members of the LaRue County Leadership class visited The LaRue County Herald News Dec. 12. Front from left, Jason Detre, Nathan Highbaugh, Trevor Skaggs, Paul Richey, Michelle Rogers, Krista Levee, Dana Jolly, Martha Read, Hazel Hinton, Teleana Davis and Missy Milby. The class is sponsored by the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce.

  • Cecilian Bank makes donation

    Cecilian Bank in Elizabethtown recently conducted a very successful children’s book drive. The books were then donated to LaRue County Schools to be used with the LaRue County Community Early Childhood Council and LaRue County Health Department joint project, “My First Teacher,” to get books and information to parents participating in the WIC program.