Today's News

  • Bob Sims retires

    Bob Sims, LaRue County Economic Development Director, retired September 1.

    Sims was appointed as the director by LaRue County Judge/Executive Tommy Turner when the LaRue County Office of Economic Development was created in 2002.

    In his retirement letter, Sims said he wanted to thank Turner for giving him the opportunity to be the first executive director and said there have been many successes that he is proud of while he served in the position.

  • Alcohol is a hot commodity

    With it being a little over a week since the first alcohol deliveries were made to three businesses in Hodgenville, four more businesses have received their license to sell alcohol.

    At the time of publication on Tuesday, August 28, seven businesses had received alcohol licenses.

  • LCHS volleyball, soccer and golf results - September 19, 2018

    Volleybal results

    The Lady Hawks volleyball team are now 8-9 on the season after going 4-1 in the Abraham Slam Jam tournament on Saturday, September 15. Their next match is this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. when they take on Caverna at home.

    Abraham Slam Jam results

    LaRue Co. 2 vs. Dayton 0 (25-14, 27-26)

    LaRue Co. 2 vs. Russell Co. 0 (25-19, 25-20)

    LaRue Co. 0 vs. Madiosnville-North Hopkins 2 (25-20, 25-19)

    LaRue Co. 2 vs. Dayton 0 (25-17, 25-18)

    LaRue Co. 2 vs. Glasgow 0 (25-20, 25-13)

  • Run Hawks run

    The LaRue County Elementary cross country teams had a lot of of success last weekend.  During the Green County Cow Days race on September 13, both the girls and boys team placed 1st. 

    The following individuals also placed: Maxie Blakey, 4th place; Chloe Fortner, 6th place; Kinlee McDowell, 7th place; Morgan Skaggs, 10th place; Ryan Edwards 3rd place and Garren Hayes 5th place.

  • Peace wins tourney
  • Once a Hawk, always a Hawk
  • LCMS Girls’ basketball continues to roll on

    As the fifth week of the LCMS Girls’ basketball season began the Lady Hawks hosted the Lady Trojans from JT Alton Middle School on Monday, September 10.

    The 7th grade Lady Hawks began the evening of basketball falling behind by a score of 6-3 at the end of the first quarter. By half-time the Lady Trojans extended their lead to 9-4 in a low-scoring game. In the third quarter the Lady Hawks had their best offensive quarter as they scored six points in the quarter, but the Lady Trojans continued to pull away with a 17-10 lead after three quarters of play.

  • Hawks win, up next Adair

    The Hawks varsity football team found their rhythm once again as they beat the Hart County Raiders 45-18 during their Homecoming game last Friday.

    The Hawks went to their basics as a running team as they picked up 363 yards rushing in the game and had 58 yards passing for 421 total yards on offense. The Hawks defense was also solid as they held the Raiders to only 169 total yards with 119 yards rushing and 50 yards passing.

  • LCHS Seniors win Spirit Stick
  • Fall fertilizer applications

    You may be wondering if it’s necessary and economical to apply fertilizer to your pastures and hay grounds this fall.