Today's News

  • Reward offered in Sonora bank robbery

    Kentucky State Police is offering up to $1,000 to anyone who can help them find the man suspected of robbing The Cecilian Bank in Sonora last month.

    The bank was robbed at about 3:45 p.m. Jan. 15. The suspect is described as a white male and between 25 to 29 years of age. He is about 5 feet, 10 inches and weighs 170 to 190 pounds. He was last seen wearing an Adidas hoodie, a ball cap and brown work gloves.

    Those with information can call KSP Post 4 at (270) 766-5078 or (800) 222-5555. Callers can remain anonymous.

  • SATURDAY MORNING HOOPS UPDATE: Breckinridge County 70, Meade County 60 (02/23)

    LEWISPORT — Call it the change that will haunt the Meade County Green Wave and veteran coach Jerry Garris for a long time.

    During a timeout in the fourth quarter Friday night, Garris switched up defenses – going from a man-to-man to a zone – and the top-seeded Breckinridge County Fighting Tigers took advantage.

  • GIRLS' 18TH DISTRICT BASKETBALL: Brown sparks LaRue County by Caverna (02/24)

    MUNFORDVILLE — With her team struggling to put away the third-seeded Caverna Lady Colonels on Friday night in the Girls’ 18th District Basketball Tournament’s championship game, Ivy Brown came up with an ingenious solution for the top-seeded LaRue County Lady Hawks: Do it herself.

    The junior wing outscored Caverna by herself in the second half, scoring 19 of her game-high 32 points in the final 15:03 as the Lady Hawks eventually pulled away, 61-40.

  • BOYS' 18TH DISTRICT BASKETBALL: LaRue County surges past Caverna (02/24)

    MUNFORDVILLE — LaRue County senior point guard Kelton Ford watched his team blow one big lead Friday night. He didn’t let it happen again.

    Ford had five points and four assists in a 17-2 run to open the second half as the top-seeded Hawks pulled away from the second-seeded Caverna Colonels, 65-49 in the Boys’ 18th District Basketball Tournament championship game at Hart County.

  • BOYS' 17TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: John Hardin wins back-to-back titles (2/24)

    The pace was to John Hardin’s liking even though the score wasn’t for the first 11 minutes. The Bulldogs didn’t panic, staying with their up-tempo style and it paid big dividends.

    The seventh-ranked Bulldogs used a strong second quarter surge to take control on their way to an 83-74 victory over the North Hardin Trojans to win back-to-back Boys’ 17th District Tournament titles for the first time in the program’s history.

  • BOYS' 17TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: Guard play keys John Hardin's postseason success (2/24)

    The importance of guard play in the postseason can’t be underestimated. Good guard play is a must to reach the Boys’ 5th Region Tournament and it is a prerequisite to make the Sweet 16.

    That’s why the John Hardin Bulldogs, who are riding a 17-game winning streak, are the favorite heading into this week’s region tournament. Their guard play sets them apart from the rest of the pack.

  • Ollie's Bargain Outlet will open Radcliff location

    A discount retailer expanding its 132-store chain by 18 percent this year has selected Radcliff.

    Ollie’s Bargain Outlet has signed a lease agreement to establish a 26,000-square-foot store in Radcliff Square Shopping Center in the heart of the city. It should open by mid-May and will employ between 40 and 50 people, said Jerry Altland, the company’s vice president of real estate.

  • Haygood graduates from basic training

    HAYGOOD. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Jameccia K. Haygood graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. A 2005 graduate of North Hardin High School, she earned an associate degree in 2011 from Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. She is the daughter of Darlean Poe of Vine Grove.

  • Rolling Thunder hosts chili cookoff

    The first chili cookoff sponsored by Rolling Thunder Inc. Kentucky Chapter Four was held Feb. 2 at Colvin Community Center in Radcliff.

    Fort Knox, Radcliff and Elizabethtown fire departments participated. During the event, a silent auction with items donated by various businesses and individuals made it a success. Items up for bid ranged from baked goods such as pies, cakes, king cakes and fudge to restaurant meals, to services from car dealerships and spa treatments.

    Meals were provided for a small donation.

  • Radcliff Rotary Club names winners in speech contest