Today's News

  • Marriages

    The following marriage licenses have been issued by the Hardin County Clerk’s office.

    Peter Richard Heubach, 41, Kenmore, New York, and Amy Lynette Craven, 46, Radcliff.

    Brenden Yervant Parnagian, 22, Warwick, Rhode Island, and Gretchen Marie Krantz, 22, Edgewater, Florida.

  • Hardin County jail log: July 16, 2015

    Bookings at the Hardin County Detention Center from 5 p.m. Tuesday through 5 p.m. Wednesday.

  • Marvel’s next big thing

    Even though I’m a big Marvel fan, I was skeptical about the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe “Ant-Man.”

    From the name of the hero to the concept of a superhero that shrinks to ant size proportions, the whole thing seems a little silly.

  • Sharpsten assumes command of 3rd ESC

    The 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command installed a new commander Friday in a ceremony at the unit’s headquarters on Fort Knox.

    Brig. Gen. Christopher J. Sharpsten assumed the command from Brig. Gen. Donnie Walker Jr., who led the ESC the past two years.

  • Jackson tabbed as Hodgenville police chief

    Landmark News Service

    The Hodgenville City Council approved acting Chief Marcus Jackson as the city’s new police chief, following a resignation from former Chief Steve Johnson on Monday.

    Hodgenville Mayor Kenny Devore nominated Jackson at Monday’s council the meeting to fill the position.

  • St. Christopher set to host Ethnic Food Festival

    The second Ethnic Food Festival hosted by St. Christopher Church in Radcliff is July 25 following the 5 p.m. scheduled Mass.

    This is the weekend when the parish celebrates the feast of its patron, St. Christopher. St. Christopher is the patron saint of travelers and motorists.

  • Smith is new Upton mayor


    Landmark News Service

    The city of Upton has a new mayor after the recent resignation of Mayor Chris Hines.

    The Upton Town Council voted unanimously to appoint Council member Melissa Smith as mayor during its June meeting. Smith filled the vacancy left by Hines, who resigned May 19 after moving outside of the city limits.

  • Fort Knox survives latest round of cuts

    ISSUE: Installation ends up with a net gain in jobs
    OUR VIEW: Good news on post is good for the area

    The announcement that Fort Knox was not only avoiding downsizing but adding 67 positions was a victory.

  • ECTC welcomes kids to college

    Inside the fire rescue building at Eliza­beth­town Community and Technical College, Keira Lamont, 9, prepared to shoot her target.

    Taking a breath Tuesday as she lifted her bow and placed her arrow, Keira aimed for what was 15-20 feet in front of her, silently reviewing to herself what she learned the day before about accurate stance and technique.

  • E'town man declines rocket docket plea agreements

    An Elizabethtown man charged in two separate cases chose not to accept rocket docket plea agreements Tuesday and his cases will return to the grand jury.

    Derek Lee Daugherty, 35, charged with fourth-degree assault, third or subsequent offense, in one case, declined a rocket docket plea agreement where he would serve two years for the offense on a guilty plea.