Dozens of people, some dressed costumes such as pink socks and tutus, gathered early Saturday in downtown Elizabethtown to participate in Atria Senior Living’s annual Tails & Ta-Tas breast cancer awareness 5K walk/run.
Local families had the opportunity to meet firefighters, emergency management workers, health department and other agency representatives Saturday at American Legion Park during the Safety Heroes of the Community event hosted by the Regional Interagency Council.
BOWLING GREEN — With the exception of a few holes midway through the front nine Saturday, Allan Lockwood put together another solid performance in the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA Boys’ State Golf Championship.
The start of the second half could have gone one of two ways.
It’s now that time of year.
Central Hardin meets LaRue County at 6 p.m. Monday to open the 5th Region Girls’ Soccer Tournament at Central Hardin.
BOWLING GREEN — Day 2 was better than Day 1 for LaRue County, but the weekend at the Leachman/KHSAA State Golf Tournament was still a disappointing one.
Central Hardin went on the road and took care of business.
- Remembering to choose joy: Acknowledging stillborn daughter’s life important to grieving couple
- Murals are quaint when not excessive
- LaRue County band faces new competition
- Frymire family continues familiar folklore forecast
- Free service day at landfill set for Saturday
- Factory closure means loss of 295 jobs
- Heated conference, but double murder trial still on track
- Homecoming to remember
- Local educators named to working group
- Vine Grove man arrested for strangulation
St. James Regional Catholic School students perform "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz on Thursday at Central Kentucky Community Foundation's Celebrating Community Philanthropy luncheon. The ensemble was the featured entertainment for the event playing on instruments purchased with money raised on Ky…
The new city recreation office at Freeman Lake Park was dedicated Wednesday with a ceremonial ribbon cutting.
The annual Heartland Parade brought out thousands Saturday to line West Dixie Avenue in Elizabethtown. This year's event featured a Disney theme.
I love driving through neighborhoods during October to see all the fall and Halloween porch displays. There are pumpkins of every shape and size: some are spooky, some are whimsical. Whether you carve them or paint them, they all have one thing in common … they can’t stay on the porc…
Six LaRue County High School graduates received the Harold and Cynthia Carter Memorial Scholarship from the Central Kentucky Community Foundation.
Kentucky’s new 5-star rating system for schools provides a simple comparison that’s easily understood.
Last month, I announced aggressive changes to Western Kentucky University’s scholarship program, which will nearly double the percentage of our incoming freshman class receiving some type of institutional award.
Look to past for today’s solutions
No matter what John Hardin High School senior Yukiah Reyes does the rest of the football season, it’s hard to imagine it could be any more impactful than what he did Sept. 27 on the field.
GOP should denounce abuse of power
- BOYS’ STATE GOLF: Central Hardin’s Lockwood finishes T12
- PREP FOOTBALL: Adjustments, short fields lead E’town past Meade
- BOYS’ REGION SOCCER: E’town, North play today
- GIRLS’ REGION SOCCER: Central, LaRue to meet; E’town gets a bye
- BOYS’ STATE GOLF: Hawks struggle to 10th-place finish
- PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Bruins take care of business
- Officials hope to clear the air about vaping
- Radcliff Small Business Alliance welcomes Buck’s BBQ