With many proposed changes slated to affect Kentucky’s education system, the Hardin County and Elizabethtown boards of education met Thursday for a question-and-answer session with state legislators from Hardin County.
Elizabethtown junior Sydney Clark knew she was scoring but she didn’t realize how many points she had.
Emma Tompkins first looked at colleges based on their academics.
Sarah Been admittedly loves to challenge herself.
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When legislative caucuses recently determined leadership and committee chairmanships, local leaders were designated.
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The travel lanes of Interstate 65 south of Elizabethtown are covered in jet-black asphalt and fresh paint. It’s a sign the project expanding the highway to six lanes across the center of Kentucky is almost complete.
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Work recently was impacted at a Habitat for Humanity home project underway for a local family in need. The delay at the site wasn’t caused by a lack of volunteers willing and ready to work. Nor was bad weather the issue.
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