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Today's News

  • Young grapplers compete Friday

    LaRue County Youth Wrestling will host the second annual Hawks Challenge 6 p.m. March 20 at LaRue County Middle School gym.

    Hodgenville Elementary School will challenge Abraham Lincoln Elementary School.

    Admission is $1 for adults and free for students under 18.

    A special presentation of the 2009 Elementary School State participants and champions will precede the duals.

    For more information, contact coach Chris Grimm at 502-724-5953 or lcyouthwrestling@aol.com.

    HES lineup

    Conner Lambert

    Tanner Lasley

    Derek Durbin

  • Young grapplers compete Friday

    LaRue County Youth Wrestling will host the second annual Hawks Challenge 6 p.m. March 20 at LaRue County Middle School gym.

    Hodgenville Elementary School will challenge Abraham Lincoln Elementary School.

    Admission is $1 for adults and free for students under 18.

    A special presentation of the 2009 Elementary School State participants and champions will precede the duals.

    For more information, contact coach Chris Grimm at 502-724-5953 or lcyouthwrestling@aol.com.

    HES lineup

    Conner Lambert

    Tanner Lasley

    Derek Durbin

  • Young grapplers compete Friday

    LaRue County Youth Wrestling will host the second annual Hawks Challenge 6 p.m. March 20 at LaRue County Middle School gym.

    Hodgenville Elementary School will challenge Abraham Lincoln Elementary School.

    Admission is $1 for adults and free for students under 18.

    A special presentation of the 2009 Elementary School State participants and champions will precede the duals.

    For more information, contact coach Chris Grimm at 502-724-5953 or lcyouthwrestling@aol.com.

    HES lineup

    Conner Lambert

    Tanner Lasley

    Derek Durbin

  • Bowfishing seminars to be offered at state parks

    The Passing on the Tradition support group has teamed with the Kentucky Department of Parks to offer four free training seminars on bowfishing at resort parks across the state during 2009.

    The first seminar is March 20-21 at Rough River Dam State Resort Park.  

  • TLC students without power 13 days

    For Bruce and Maceo Arnette, the damaging January ice storm created several immediate emergencies at the Life Connection requiring quick and decisive action.

    The 42 youths who live on campus at the residential treatment facility were preparing for bed when the electricity suddenly turned their well-lit dorm rooms into pitch darkness on Jan. 27. What followed were 13 days of adapting to a host of unexpected problems.

  • Extension Expo is today

    The LaRue County Extension Expo, now in its 27th year, will be held Saturday at the high school gym. About 70 commercial and service booths will offer an array of information and giveaways 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

    The event, which drew about 500 visitors last year, features health information and screenings, educational services, free trees and mouth-watering pork burgers.

    “We’ll have a variety of booths and activities going on at Expo this year for the whole family,” said Extension agent Theresa Howard, who is organizing the event.

  • LCHS speech team finds success at region

    The regional tournament for the Kentucky High School Speech League State competition was held last weekend at LaRue County High School.

    LaRue County’s speech team now holds regional titles in two senior division events and a regional champion and runner-up in the junior division. LaRue County also qualified 13 other events in both divisions for competition at the Kentucky High School Speech League State Tournaments held at Western Kentucky University in March.

  • Free screening available for children

    The LaRue County Early Childhood Council is sponsoring a free screening for children up to age 5 today at the LaRue County Expo.

    An early childhood screening helps identify children who may benefit from educational services before they enter school and provides parents with resources that may help. Parents who are concerned about their child's progress, health issues, speech, vision or hearing may find the information helpful.

    The screening will be in the high school chorus room. Participants receive a parent video and children’s book.

     

  • World UniTea funds to aid end-of-life care

  • ALES students become Jr. Betas

    Twenty-seven ALES fifth-grade students met the National Beta requirements and were granted membership into the Jr. Beta Club in its second annual induction ceremony last month.