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Today's News

  • Price named HES Principal

     LaRue County High School Assistant Principal Chris Price has been selected as the next principal of Hodgenville Elementary School.

    The HES SBDM announced Price as their new principal on Wednesday, May 9. Price has served the LaRue County school district as a high school math teacher for 19 years before taking the role of assistant principal five years ago. During his 24 years as an educator, Price also coached various levels of basketball and baseball for 18 years, including eight years as the LCHS head baseball coach.

  • The urge to draw

    When it comes to art media, Liz Martin, LaRue County Public Library’s featured artist for May, uses clay, egg gourds, pencil, oil, rocks, even felt.

    “Felt is the hardest to shape,” the Pike View Road resident said. “But I seem to use just about anything I can get my hands on.”

    The urge to draw came early for Martin.

    “Mama used to get mad at me because after I finished my school homework, I would draw all around it on the margins,” she confessed.

  • National Day of Prayer

    May 3, 2018 marked the 66th national day of prayer. In 1952, President Truman signed Public Law 82-324 establishing the annual day of prayer. In 1988, President Reagan amended the Law 82-324 designating the first Thursday in May each year as the National Day of Prayer.

  • Fiscal court approves paving projects

    LaRue County Fiscal Court, meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville May 8, approved a resolution that paved the way for funding the resurfacing of Slack and Airline Roads.

    Magistrates earlier passed the annual County Road Aid Cooperative Agreement which Judge/executive Tommy Turner said was a requirement to access transportation funding.

    “We’re going to the Transportation Cabinet to get some funding on this, and we expect sometime in the near future that these roads will be paved,” the judge said.

  • LCHS seniors ready to graduate
  • For the love of horses

    Gene Ray and his brothers grew up with horses.

    His dad trained quarter horses. The family spent a great deal of time together at horse shows, many of them at LaRue County Saddle Club. There, they deepened their love of the animals and the fun they had riding and competing with them.

    Last September, a sudden stroke of his optic nerve left Ray with the ability to see only silhouettes, but he hasn’t let that setback hamper him from spreading that enjoyment of horses as president of the saddle club located at 210 Goodin Williams Road.

  • Farm Calendar

    Beef Management Calendars

    Beef Management Calendars are available for free at the Extension Office. These multipurpose wall calendars cover a year or more and each month contains suggested management practices for the respective species.  Stop by the LaRue County Extension Office for a copy.

    Equipment for rent

  • Where's the Beef?

    Kentucky’s beef cattle producers shared their products with Kentucky’s less fortunate during the Beef Month proclamation ceremony May 2, 2018, on the Capitol grounds.

    Representatives of the Kentucky Beef Council (KBC) donated 2,000 pounds of Kentucky Cattlemen’s Ground Beef to God’s Pantry Food Bank following the proclamation signing to kick off the KBC’s #BeefMonthGivesBack campaign.

  • Ways to keep kids learning

    Summer is close, and the kids will be out of school. Even though they’re excited to be out, studies show that children can lose a few months’ worth of their math and reading skills. Because of this, you may want to consider doing some things over the summer to help your child retain their skill level while still having fun.

  • School Calendar

    LaRue County School Board

    The LaRue County School Board regular scheduled meetings are held at 7 p.m. on the third Monday of each month at the LCHS Media Center.

    HES SBDM

    The Hodgenville Elementary School site-based decision- making council meets at 4:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month in the conference room. For more information, call 270-358-3506.