Today's News

  • Grandma’s Little Helper
  •  Sun Safety Reminders

    After a long winter, many of us want to spend as much time as possible outdoors. As you venture outside, remember to protect yourself from sun and heat, no matter your age.

  • Rotary Club
  • Farm Life

    Ryan Bivens, owner and operator of Fresh Start Farms, took advantage of the dry weather on Thursday, June 14 to harvest a field of wheat on Hwy 210 near Hodgenville.

  • Relay For Life Donation
  • Fighting the Battle with Chiggers

    It’s chigger time across Kentucky. Just talking about them may make you itch. Chiggers are actually the immature stage of certain mite species. You’ll find them most often in overgrown, bushy areas. They also congregate in shady, humid areas near stream banks, under or around shade trees or in berry thickets.

    After hatching, larvae crawl around until they find and attach to a suitable host. In addition to humans, chiggers feed on a variety of wild and domestic animals, including snakes, turtles, birds, rodents and domestic pets such as dogs and cats.

  • Cabonis Comes to Town
  • Personnel Changes - June 2018

    The LaRue County Board of Education reviewed several personnel changes at their June 2018 meeting

    Accepted the Recommendation of Employment of:

    Taylor Dawson as Head Cheer Coach at LCHS

    Jessica Nicole Childress from Temp.Part-Time to Part-Time Instructional Monitor for Kids’ Crew

    Brian Lobb as Exceptional Education Teacher at The Life Connection

    Yeridiana Delfin as Summer School Instructional Assistant for LCS

    Peggy Williams as Summer School Instructional Asst. for LCS

  • A home around the world

    Cooper “Bryce” Lawler, a senior at LaRue County High School, traveled across the world for his final year of high school, and has since graduated from SMK Delapan, a vocational school for culinary located in Indonesia, on May 29, 2018.

  • LCMS gifted/talented summer camp

    This week, some LaRue County Middle School students spent two days in two different worlds of learning while participating in a summer camp for those identified as gifted/talented.

    Instructor Arlie Hamilton, in a session called “Be So Dramatic,” offered her campers the opportunity to learn how to express themselves dramatically using drama and speaking skills.