• Farm to School art contest underway

    Students in public, private, parochial or home schools across Kentucky are encouraged to take part in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s annual Farm to School month art contest.

  • WKU to host luncheon for top scholars

    About 100 top scholars from Hardin and Meade County high schools will be recognized for academic achievements at a luncheon Thursday. Western Kentucky University and Fort Knox Federal Credit Union will host the luncheon at Hardin County Schools Early College and Career Center.

  • 7 ECTC alums making a difference

    Eliza­beth­town Com­munity and Technical College will recognize seven alumni for exemplary service to their professions and communities by inducting them Oct. 12 into the college’s Hall of Distinguished Alumn, according to an ECTC news release.

  • KCTCS to host diversity fair

    The Kentucky Com­munity and Tech­nical College Sys­tem is partnering with the University of Kentucky to host the third annual Supplier Diversity Fair on Thursday.

    The free event is from 2 to 5 p.m. at Pritchard Com­mu­nity Center in Eliza­bethtown.

  • ECTC holds annual Engineering Day

    Elizabethtown Community and Tech­nical College and Louisville Gas and Electric and Kentucky Utilities want local students to consider careers in engineering.

  • Health initiatives earn recognition for school

    Every Friday at Elizabethtown High School, students from Panther Academy can be seen — and often heard — running around the track.

    This has been a part of their routine since the beginning of the school year. Students at the school get in a mile each week.

    The early elementary school’s wellness efforts are being nationally recognized.

  • ECTC's Student Support Services receives renewal

    A program several college students attribute their success to at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College has been renewed for at least five more years.

    Grant-funded Student Support Services recently was renewed for $1.3 million. The program provides academic support and assistance for students who are eligible.

  • Ten EIS alumni honored for success

    One of the things Dr. Ramona Jordan Hall learned during her time in Elizabethtown Independent Schools is that hard work is worth it.

    “It is a lesson that has carried me over some very bumpy roads,” she shared before her peers Saturday. “It is a lesson that gave me the confidence I needed to pursue my goals. It is a lesson that has served me well.”

  • Fate of former G.C. Burkhead discussed

    More students may roam the former G.C. Burkhead school property in the future.

    Hardin County Schools’ board of education is considering using the building at 521 Charlemagne Blvd. in Elizabethtown for the district’s alternative education programs. This means students from Mulberry-Helm, Brown Street and Hardin County High School may have a new learning space.

  • Volunteers clean playground for 9/11 Day of Service

    While many people remember Sept. 11 as a day of tragedy, volunteers with United Way of Central Kentucky used it to help others.