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Today's News

  • Hawks Track places in state
  • Hawks fall in 5th Region Tournament

    As the Hawks entered the 5th Region Tournament held at Taylor County they had just captured their fifth straight 18th District Tournament Championship by defeating Green County by a score of 6-2. The Hawks were also fairly familiar with their first-round opponent in the Bethlehem Banshees who defeated the Hawks early in the season by a score of 9-3. After one inning of play the Hawks found themselves down by a score of 5-0 as the Banshees connected on a two-run homer along with four singles and three walks as the Hawks struggled to figure out the strike-zone.

  • Lady Hawks fall in Region Tourney
  • Hawks Track places in state
  • Sports Shorts - June 5, 2019

    Volleyball and Cornhole tournaments

    LaRue County Relay for Life is searching for volleyball teams and cornhole players for their upcoming June 15 Relay event.  The cornhole tournament will be a blind draw with a 50% overall payback. The cost is only $10 to register. For more information contact Ronnie Heibert at 270-734-1582.

  • Captain of the Guard from LaRue

    LaRue County Middle School students who attended the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during their recent trip to Washington, D.C., observed the military sentinels there paying the highest level of respect and honor to their fellow servicemen who gave their lives in service for our country.

    The Captain of the Guard at the Tomb, Victor Farrar, is a LaRue County High School 2005 graduate.

  • The interviewing process: Prepare to stand out

    With graduation season upon us, we’re seeing a wave of new job seekers in the market, from a new high school graduate looking for a first job to the established professional who has earned an advanced degree in order to take the next step in a long career. Regardless of education and experience level, job seekers often find the interview is the most daunting aspect of a job search.

  • Nolin RECC awards $13,000 in scholarships to local students

    Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation is proud to announce the selection of eight local students as recipients of our annual scholarship awards. The recipients were chosen from applicants who are members of Nolin and are either graduating from an area high school or are an adult learner seeking continuing education. 

    The following graduating seniors were selected to receive a $1500 scholarship:

  • School Calendar - June 5, 2019

    Camp Invention

    Save the date - Camp Invention will be held July 8 - 12

    LaRue County School Board Meeting - June 17

    The LaRue County School Board regular scheduled meetings are held on the third Monday of each month. The next meeting of the school board will be held at 7 p.m. on June 17 at the LCHS Media Center.

    Parent Informational Meeting

  • Severe Weather Watch: Pets

    What to do about your pets in the event of an emergency can be a difficult subject to think about.

    First of all make sure you take care of yourself. If you are not safe then your pet will not be safe either. Make sure you are prepared for severe weather conditions before they occur, then incorporate your pet into that plan.