Today's News

  • Leadership changes hands at Fort Knox

    After just a few months at Fort Knox, post commander Maj. Gen. Mark McDonald passed the responsibilities of Cadet Command and Fort Knox on to Maj. Gen. Jefforey A. Smith during a change of command ceremony Friday afternoon.

    Smith, who was born at Hardin Memorial Hospital and spent the first four years of his life in Radcliff, has been stationed at the post, serving as director of the U.S. Army Accessions Command Discontinuance Task Force. On Friday, the newly promoted major general said he will continue to oversee the task force in addition to his new roles.

  • Missing Clarkson teen returns home

    A runaway Clarkson teen who had been missing since Monday returned home Friday, police say.

    Brandi E. Higdon, 16, was believed to be with 18-year-old Tyler Hill during her absence. According to a news release from Kentucky State Police Post 4, Hill has returned home as well.

    According to the release, state police are communicating with the Higdon and Hill families to determine which direction the investigation needs to go.

  • Woman found dead in lake at Pine Valley Golf Resort

    The Elizabethtown Police Department is investigating a possible drowning after an Elizabethtown woman was found Friday night in a lake at Pine Valley Golf Resort.

    Jane E. Davis, 50, was found face down in a lake near the Pine Valley Club House, according to an EPD news release. Police said officers responded around 10:43 p.m.

    Davis was treated by Hardin County EMS and transported to Hardin Memorial Hospital where she was pronounced dead by Deputy Coroner Pat Elmore.

  • Discussing baptism ban on Easter Sunday

    ISSUE: Baptism ban at county jail
    OUR VIEW: Jailer is justified in reasoning

    Today is Easter, a time of significant celebration in the lives of Christians. Believers celebrate the miraculous resurrection of Jesus Christ from the tomb three days following his sacrificial death on the cross. For the faithful who follow Jesus, the importance of his atoning death, burial and resurrection prophesized in the Old Testament and recounted in the New Testament of the Bible is eternal.

  • Carbon credits generate more than $150,000 in first-year revenue

    Hardin County government is starting to see payoff from its carbon credit program, which concerns the retrieval and destruction of methane gas at the Pearl Hollow Landfill. 

    Judge-Executive Harry Berry on Friday informed Hardin Fiscal Court the county grossed about $130,000 in carbon credit sales for the last three quarters, building on the $46,000 grossed in the first quarter of sales.

    Berry said the county will net around $140,000 of the $176,000 generated from the carbon credit program.

  • Committee to explore future of Millpond Business Center

    The city of Radcliff is partnering with the North Hardin Economic Development Authority to form a committee tasked with studying the best uses for Millpond Business Center off of Ky. 313.

  • The Issue: Kids Having Kids intro

    Among the more than 1,000 students and countless lockers at John Hardin High School is a daycare classroom provided for teenage students in throughout the Hardin County Schools who also are parents.

  • 4H, FFA promote the Kentucky farm license plate voluntary donation campaign
  • North Middle JLC Junior Optimist Club members are inducted

  • Master Sgt. Privitera recognized by AUSA

    Fort Knox Chapter AUSA President Gene Gudenkauf, right, presents an award of appreciation to Master Sgt. Andrew Privitera, outgoing president of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, in recognition of his service and outstanding contributions to AUSA, Fort Knox and the Hardin County community.