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As rain poured Friday night, it didn’t dampen the spirits of participants in the cake walk and pageants at Homecoming Days at White Mills at White Mills Christian Camp.
The Lord’s Supper Soup Kitchen’s second back to school community event has pre-registration forms available through July 17 for backpacks.
Bookings at the Hardin County Detention Center from 5 p.m. Thursday through 5 p.m. Saturday.
Hardin County saw rain more days in June than it didn’t, raining 16 of 30.
That’s caused “a little bit of a juggling act” for farmers trying to cut and cure hay “in between showers,” said Ray Allan Mackey, who farms about 4,000 acres in the county.
Although some never opted in, after Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriages across the country only one magistrate remains on a list the Hardin County Clerk’s office provides of county officials willing to perform marriages.
Those wanting to see dinosaurs next week won’t have to head to a movie theater or enter a time machine. They can buy a ticket to the 52nd Hardin County fair.
An Elizabethtown woman will be evaluated for admittance into a treatment court after a motion by her attorney was granted in Hardin Circuit Court.
Heather D. Pereira, 24, previously pleaded not guilty to five charges of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud or a false statement and three charges of first offense torture of a dog.
A Radcliff woman accused of two counts of child abuse accepted a plea agreement in Hardin Circuit Court in what a prosecutor called an “unusual resolution.”
Pamila Sue Matlock, 41, entered an Alford plea Tuesday to two counts of complicity to first-degree criminal abuse where the victims were 12 years old or younger.
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