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Today's News

  • Distinguished Young Women Program

     

    The LaRue County 2020 Distinguished Young Women program will be held August 24 at 6 p.m. in the LaRue County High School auditorium.

     Five students from LaRue County will compete for scholarship money in the areas of scholastic, fitness, self-expression, talent, and interview.

    Those participants, all 17-year-old LCHS seniors, include Ariana Silva, Isabella Venegas, Kaylee Whiteman, Cassandra Wiley, and Holly Yingling.

    Below is some information about each participant:

  • Hawks Football Practice

    Publisher’s Note:

    In last week’s edition, we referenced that today’s paper would feature the LCHS football preview. At press time, we were not able to obtain all the information to compete the preview. Be watching in next week’s paper as we feature previews for many sports teams in LaRue County. 

  • LCMS Football Rescheduled

    Due to impending issues with the heat index, the LCMS football games scheduled for Tuesday, August 13 was rescheduled for Thursday, August 15 at 5:30 p.m. at North Hardin Middle School.

  • An influence on others

    We have often heard people tell us “never underestimate the influence you have on others.” Such is the case for Senior Lady Hawks Soccer player Kylee Nunn when four years ago she played along side her big sister Gillian, who is the all-time leading scorer for the program.

    “My sister actually introduced me to the game,” says Nunn. “She (Gillian) started playing at a very young age so I watched her play as I was growing up which made me want to give soccer a try.

  • LaRue wins Inaugural Hawks Classic

    LaRue County and St. Henry each shot 304 last Saturday in the inaugural Hawks Classic at My Old Kentucky Home Golf Course.

    The Hawks won the team title based on the fifth score. LaRue County’s Tanner Lasley shot 85 to beat an 88.

    Central Hardin junior Allan Lockwood was second with a 71 and LaRue County senior Chandler McLaughlin was tied for third at 72.

    Also for the Hawks, Carson Childress shot 75, J.T. Holcomb 78 and Chase Childress 79.

  • Sports Shorts - August 14, 2019

    Parkway Baptist Golf Scramble

    Parkway Baptist Church will host their first annual Labor Day Weekend Golf Scramble on August 31. Shotgun Start at 8 a.m., Lunch Buffet at 1 p.m., and prizes will be awarded at 2 p.m. There is a 16 team limit at $60 per player. There will also be a $10,000 Hole in One Grand prize. Call Jeremy Williams at 270-268-1511 or Todd Akin at 270-218-2042 by August 28 to register.

    Pickelball

  • Taekwondo Promotion
  • LaRue wins Inaugural Hawks Classic

    LaRue County and St. Henry each shot 304 last Saturday in the inaugural Hawks Classic at My Old Kentucky Home Golf Course.

    The Hawks won the team title based on the fifth score. LaRue County’s Tanner Lasley shot 85 to beat an 88.

    Central Hardin junior Allan Lockwood was second with a 71 and LaRue County senior Chandler McLaughlin was tied for third at 72.

    Also for the Hawks, Carson Childress shot 75, J.T. Holcomb 78 and Chase Childress 79.

  • Community News - August 14, 2019

    EVENTS

    Goodtime Cruisers

    The Goodtime Cruisers show will be held on Saturday, August 17 beginning at 4 p.m. on the square in downtown Hodgenville. Food will be available as well as public restrooms in the Christian Church annex during the show.

    Drawing Workshop

  • Reunion Calendar - August 14, 2019

    LCHS Class of 1989

    The LaRue County High School Graduating Class of 1989 will host two events for its 30 year reunion. Festivities begin on Friday, August 30 with a Tailgating Party at LaRue County High School for their first home football game of the season.