The 15th annual Calhoun Harvest Day is gearing up for another year of family-fun and community engagement from 3-8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, at Myer Creek Park.
Rising prices have left some families struggling to consistently put food on the table, which has led to an uptick in visits to food pantries.
On April 8, Gov. Andy Beshear amended KRS 158.4414 through House Bill 63 to require the assignment of school resource officers to all public schools beginning Aug. 1.
Last week Sylvia O’Reilly, a founder and longtime volunteer of the museum, passed away. Our sincere condolences go out to Sylvia’s family and friends. She will be missed.
Last week’s article on the Wooden Bridge Fest was a nice one. It’s hard to believe, after so many meetings and so much planning, that the fest is over for another year.
Congratulations to the McLean County Cougars football team! They won their football game against Todd County. Cougars 42 — Todd County 13. Way to go!
Life without God is like an unsharpened pencil — it has no point.” This church sign was seen on a Baptist Church in Sparks, Nevada.
Livermore River Bowl TournamentThe inaugural Livermore River Bowl Tournament will take place starting at 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23 and will continue on Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Yellow Jacket Court, located behind Livermore City Hall.
The McLean County High School volleyball team started last week at home with a couple losses, but ended strong with wins at home and on the road. The Lady Cougars lost in three sets to both Henderson on Sept. 12 and Ohio County on Sept. 13.
The McLean County High School soccer team spent last week on the road. The Lady Cougars had a tie game at Webster County on Sept. 12 and fell at Muhlenberg County on Sept. 15.
The McLean County High School football team is currently ranked 2nd in the State in Class 2A after a 42-13 win over Todd County Central in their first district matchup this season. The Cougars stand at 5-0 for the first time since 1999.
The McLean County High School golf teams were on the road last week. Both teams played at Muhlenberg County on Sept. 8. The boys’ team participated in the Apollo Invitational on Sept. 10.
The McLean County High School girls’ soccer team was busy with three games last week. The Lady Cougars were shut out by Hopkinsville at home on Sept. 6 and came up short at Grayson County last Thursday. McLean County ended with a 3-0 loss at Breckinridge County on Saturday.
The McLean County High School volleyball team had a game at home last Thursday and participated in the 3rd Region All “A” Classic on Sept. 10 in Cloverport. The Lady Cougars lost to Hancock County on Sept. 8 and fell to Edmonson County in the tournament at Whitesville Trinity on Saturday.