It’s an uphill battle for the West Point Independent School district as they fight to keep their school after a recent audit by the Kentucky Department of Education.
North Hardin jumped on 17th District rival John Hardin quickly and rode that to a 5-1 home victory Wednesday evening.
You’ve got to know when to hold ’em
A loss can change a lot of things in high school football.
The LaRue County girls’ soccer team won its third straight contest Wednesday,
Elizabethtown started a string of four straight 17th District contests with a 25-16, 25-16, 26-28, 26-24 victory over rival Central Hardin Tuesday inside the Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.
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- Elizabethtown to become first Urban Trail Town
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- Lawsuit challenges Daniel Cameron’s candidacy
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- One step closer
Acknowledging the effort and dedication of Extension Agent Doug Shepherd, the building committee responsible for the new Hardin County Extension Service office at 111 Opportunity Way, Elizabethtown, recognized him at Friday's dedication ceremony. The conference center in the new building was…
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.
Actors and crew members with The Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center hope to bring monstrous laughs tonight as they unveil their latest production — “Young Frankenstein.” The musical comedy is the latest installment to the PAC Pro-Am program’s roster.
The farming community is aging. There’s a lot of concern in agriculture circles about finding the next generation of farmers.
Illegal aliens drain American resources
United Way of Central Kentucky kicked off its 2019 fundraising campaign at the September luncheon of the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce. Addressing a large crowd gathered in attendance, campaign chairman Tracy Schiller set an important challenge before the community.
Switch support to Democrats this year
CROSIER TRACTOR CRUISE. In what has become a September staple in Cecilia, the Louis Crosier Tractor Cruise recently celebrated the 10th annual event with dozens of tractors moving along Ky. 86 and area roadways.
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- Students learn dangers of distracted driving
- West Point board approves management audit action plan
- Future learning under construction
- Radcliff celebrates success of weekend fun