Today's News

  • VBS Calendar

    Rolling Fork VBS

  • Semi wreck

    The heavy rains and storms were the cause of a semi-truck driver making too sharp of a turn at the intersection of Greensburg Street and Stiles Ford Road. Authorities said the driver had a full load of crude-oil and the right-side of the tanker trailer ended up in a steep ditch. A large wrecker had to come to the scene to lift the full tanker trailer of crude oil safely back onto the roadway. Greensburg Road was closed for approximately two hours while crews worked on removing the tanker trailer from the ditch. No one was injured in the accident.

  • Church Calendar

    Youth Rally

    Round Top Baptist Church will be hosting a youth rally on Saturday, June 9 beginning at 5 p.m. There will be food, games, prizes, great music, and Austin Stillwell will be our guest speaker. Round Top Baptist Church is located on 705 Round Top Road, Elizabethtown. The church is requesting area youth groups to confirm their participation. For more information email roundtopbc@windstream.net. 

    Clothing Closet

  • Your Choice Will Make a Difference

    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

  • More faith, less fear

    Why do we fear?  One may say that the devil is behind it all.  The devil does not want us to have the peace that God wants us to have.  Adam’s disobedience in the Garden of Eden caused him to fear when he heard God’s voice.  He knew he was not ready to face God.

    One could also say that a person is responsible for his own fearfulness.  Adam didn’t have to do what he did.  He chose to disobey God, and then he had reason to fear God. 

  • LaRue County Clerk’s fee account audit released

    State Auditor Mike Harmon recently released the audit of the 2017 financial statement of LaRue County Clerk Linda Carter. State law requires the auditor to conduct annual audits of county clerks and sheriffs.

  • Middle school state track results

    Middle School Track and Field State Results:

    The following are the results for LaRue County Middle School athletes during the Kentucky track meet in Louisville on Saturday, May 26.

    Entered time is what their qualifying time/distance to get them to the state meet

    Performance time is what they performed at the state meet

    Boys’ 4 x 800 Relay

    21st out of 41 LaRue County Middle School 10:06.20 entered time; 10:05.13 performance time

  • Hitting another level in basketball

    Former LaRue County High School Head Coach Paul Handley will host his annual Another Level Basketball Academy camp on June 12-14.

    The academy is hosted in Handley’s backyard basketball court at 1982 Campbellsville Road in Hodgenville. The camp will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 11 a.m. on all three days. Players from the first to seventh grade are allowed to attend the camp and there is no charge for players to attend.

  • Rogers, the teenage pilot

    When he was a small boy, Clay Rogers used to look up in the sky at all the airplanes flying above him and wonder what the view of the ground would look like from the passengers’ perspectives.

    Now, he no longer has to wonder as the recent graduate of LaRue County High School is well on his way to gaining his private pilot’s license.

  • 2018 Future Hawks basketball camp