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Today's News

  • Cub Scouts visit HCEC-TV

  • Craig receives promotion at Radcliff Police Department

    On Jan. 19, the Radcliff Police Department promoted Detective Lt. Ralph Craig to Captain of Patrol Division. Pictured are Capt. William Wells, Chief Jeffrey A. Cross, Capt. Ralph Craig and Mayor J.J. Duvall.

  • Working on the pipe line
  • Women With a Purpose participate in Mayor's Breakfast

  • Club members get update on United Way

    CLUB MEMBERS GET UPDATE ON UNITED WAY

    Chris Wilborn, Brian Kerr and Marilyn Ford gave an update on the United Way and the recent campaign at a recent Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting. Pictured from the left are Brian Kerr, Chris Wilborn, Marilyn Ford and Elizabethtown Rotary Club President Michael Owsley.

  • Area building projects taking shape

    A recognizable nonprofit will branch out its reach in Hardin County this year by adding another donation center while a well-known steakhouse chain will fill the void in front of Towne Mall left by Blockbuster Video.

    Goodwill Industries of Kentucky and LongHorn Steakhouse are expected to open new facilities in Elizabethtown by early summer. 

    John Wade, vice president of the Western Division of Goodwill Industries of Kentucky, said weather has been favorable in recent months and the new Ring Road location could be open by June barring setbacks.

  • Assigning a value to information: Changing online business model

    The cost of something is not the same as what it's worth.

    • Good health is priceless but health care can be quite costly.
    • A warm February day filled with sunshine comes with no price tag but delivers loads of value.
    • No amount of cash can warm your heart like a grandchild's impromptu hug.

    So how much is information worth?

  • Convicted killer seeks new trial

    Clad in a bright orange Hardin County Detention Center suit, Russell “Rusty” Sullivan leaned back comfortably in his chair Tuesday. He turned and smiled at family members sitting behind him. He exchanged words with his attorneys and when his uncle gave testimony about the death of Sullivan’s adoptive father, the 33-year-old convicted murderer sobbed.

    It’s been nearly six years since a Hardin County jury handed Sullivan a life sentence for the death of his girlfriend’s 3-year-old son, Ryan Arnold. Sullivan continues to fight the verdict.

  • Panther Academy opens

    A little more than a year after breaking ground, navy blue paw prints stamp the new building on North Mulberry Street, the newest facility in the Elizabethtown Independent Schools district.

    The $5.4 million Panther Academy, the EIS preschool and kindergarten center, opened Wednesday and housed preschool students for the first time.

  • T.K. Stone to auction old basketball floor

    Mark Haynes admits he has auctioned a number of unique items, but a basketball floor is not one of them. That will change Friday night.

    Between the Elizabethtown girls’ and boys’ games against Fort Knox, parts of the old floor in T.K. Stone Middle School will be auctioned off, including the big “E,” which was at halfcourt. Elizabethtown High School played on the floor from 1956 to 1971 before moving to its current location.