Today's News

  • It’s for the best: Gentle bulls and smaller babies

    When selecting a new beef bull there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Buying a bull that fits the specific needs of an operation is very important and will be different for every farm.

    Look at all the traits for each bull being considered and determine which one best fits your needs. Using tools such as Expected Progeny Differences (EPDs) will help in the decision-making process.

    Two traits often considered as the most important are calving ease and temperament. Both traits are associated with added convenience, but they also have an impact on production.

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  • Hawks crushed by Panthers, 41-0

    Freshman Kane Harris had a big game catching the ball Friday night for LaRue County. Unfortunately for the host Hawks, the guy who caught the second-most passes from LaRue County senior quarterback Caleb Sheffer doesn’t play for the Hawks.

    Elizabethtown junior cornerback Dalonza Cates, intercepted three passes from Sheffer, who entered the game second in the area in passing yards, to highlight the Panthers’ 41-0 win in a Class 3-A, District 3 game.

  • Women in Agriculture Conference to be held in November

    Kentucky Women in Agriculture Inc. will hold its 15th annual conference and tour Nov. 5-6 at the Cave City Convention Center in Cave City. The theme is “Faith, Family and Farming.” Registration is $65 for the one-day conference ($55 for students), which includes all meals, materials and membership dues. The pre-conference tour is $25. Registration is due by Oct. 24.

  • Legal Aid Clinics planned

    The Legal Aid Society, 416 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, will hold free legal clinics in October, November and December. Each session will be held at that location unless otherwise stated.

    A reservation for each clinic is required. Contact the Legal Aid Society at 502-584-1254 to make your reservation.

    Divorce Clinic– 9:30 a.m. Oct. 30; 9:30 a.m. Nov. 20; 9:30 a.m. Dec. 11. Clients will receive assistance from attorneys in filling out all of the necessary paperwork to file for a divorce.

  • BOYS SOCCER: Nelson shuts down LaRue

    Nelson County shook off Thursday’s heartbreaker loss in the district championship with a strong defensive effort by shutting out LaRue County, 2-0, in Sunday’s 5th Region quarterfinals.

    Nelson County (15-5) was able to nurse that one-goal lead until the 72nd minute, when Quinton Lyvers put in his team-high 16th goal of the season, giving the Cardinals all the insurance they would need.

  • REGION SOCCER: Hawks take on Cards

    The team with the best record this year and the program with the most titles in the last 15 seasons might have fittingly lucked into the byes for into the semifinals for the Boys' 5th Region Soccer Tournament at Thomas Nelson.

  • REGION SOCCER: It's tournament time

    Revealing that the reigning finalists would play back-to-back games on opening night and having two teams earn spots in the Girls' 5th Region Soccer Tournament semifinals for the first time were the highlights of the tournament's draw meeting Saturday morning at host John Hardin.

  • Soccer: Lady Hawks advance in district

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks advanced to the Girls’ 18th District Soccer Tournament championship — and secured a spot in the 5th Region Tournament — for the third straight year Thursday night.

    Sophomore forward Gillian Nunn, sophomore midfielder Hattie Ward and freshman forward Natalie Wolf each scored in a shootout, lifting LaRue County to a 4-3 win over Hart County in the district semifinals at Marion County.

    The Lady Hawks (10-7) advance to face Taylor County at 6 tonight.