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Minutes before lunch Jade Swiney, 7, and Mallory Priddy, 9, could be found coding a robotoic toy, directing it to go through a small maze on the gym floor. The elementary-school aged girls said they had prior success and felt good whenever the toy complete its course.

“Men In Black” is opening tomorrow with advance shows tonight. In the first “Men In Black” what was the name of the actor who was recruited? Hint: He played the Genie in “Aladdin”.

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The scores of four Hardin County Schools students will be invalidated after the Kentucky Department of Education said it believes several testing violations occurred within the school district during the 2017-18 year while it was administering the annual Kentucky Performance Rating for Educa…

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With school out for summer, local school districts are hosting a variety of programs to prevent summer slide, a term referring to the loss of academic skills and knowledge during a child’s lengthy break from classroom instruction.

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Elizabethtown Comm­­­unity and Tech­nical College has a desire to allow its students to obtain a bachelor’s or master’s degree while living in the Hardin County area and shared the message with area business leaders Wednesday at the monthly Hardin County Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

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This past school year, several Elizabethtown High School students obtained at least one certification in their preferred career field, which allowed them to add to their resumes before graduating high school.

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School is out for the year, but preparation for the 2019-20 school year already has begun for Hardin County Schools and Elizabethtown In­depen­dent Schools.

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After a previous proposal was rejected by the Hardin County Board of Education, members of the Hardin County Schools Local Planning Committee voted Wednesday to transform Cecilia Valley Elementary School into the new West Hardin Middle School.

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This past winter three seniors from Hardin County Schools’ Early College and Career Center endured freezing temperatures in March to create a short news clip about the Forest Giants at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest for the Public Broadcasting Service.