Today's News

  • Bruce Gadansky to speak at today’s Chamber luncheon

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce kicks off the New Year with their monthly luncheon today, Wednesday January 16.

    The guest speaker at today’s lunch is Bruce Gadansky the Better Business Bureau of Louisville Chief Operating Officer and Chief Investigator. His duties at the BBB include management of the Dispute Resolution, Charity Review, and Advertising Review Departments of BBB Louisville and he is responsible for investigations and collaborations with law enforcement agencies.

  • JV & Freshman Hawk scores

     Freshman Hawks 47, Campbellsville 21

    Kellen Bowen 16, Matt Akers 13, Bryce Firquin 10, Brandon Reed 4, Hayden Cleveland 2, Reed Miller 2

    Freshman Hawks 23, Bullitt Central 43

    Kellen Bowen 9, Matt Akers 6, Bryce Firquin 6, Brandon Reed 2

    JV Hawks 39, Bullitt Central 41

    Brooks Brackett 12, Preston Self 10, Kellen Bowen 9, Kaleb Graham 6, Adam Beickman 2

  • A new career in the new year

    As we look forward to the opportunities and possibilities of a new year, many will resolve to improve their career outlooks in 2019. As is the case for any New Year’s resolution, such as eating healthier or saving more money, careful reflection, research and support are critical to your success.

  • LCMS 8th grade night
  • Slight Decrease in Food Prices for Second Straight Quarter

    The most recent Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Marketbasket Survey indicates a slight decrease to the overall cost of food in the fourth quarter of 2018. However, the average marketbasket price showed an overall increase for the year, going from $115.07 in 2017 to $116.92 in 2018. The final 2018 survey is still lower than the final marketbasket of 2016 which was $118.87.

  • Hawks’ win stolen by a point
  • Lady Hawks go 2 - 2
  • Make wise choices

    Life’s greatest decisions always carry with them the ramifications of the paths we choose. The doors we take in life must be approached with discernment and thoughtfulness that flows from who Christ is in us. A good example of how the choices we make effect our future can be found in Genesis 13, 14, and 19 in the life of Abraham’s nephew, Lot.

    The Background of the Story

  • Problems and Your Response

    Problems --- if you don’t have any then this devotion may not be for you.  But I have an idea  that you along with the rest of us either have had a problem, you have one now or you will soon have one.  So our concern today is “Problems and what to do with them.”

    The Book of James is a very practical book --- just five chapters, but when you read it you realize James is speaking to problems that we face today.  He points out four things about problems.

  • “Failure is not fatal”

    Winston Churchill said “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” Lady Hawks Senior Basketball player Kristen Boone has continued her journey through school and on the court living by such a powerful message.