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  • Elizabethtown man arrested on robbery charge

    An Elizabethtown man charged with robbery was taken into custody after police apprehended him Thursday night.

    Carl Larone Hobson, 37, of the 700 block of Hawkins Drive, was charged with second-degree robbery and probation violation for a technical violation.

    Elizabethtown police responded to a fight in progress call on Crimson Creek Court.

    The woman told police Hobson grabbed her neck, choked her and threw her to the ground, according to a citation.

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  • FACES & PLACES: Hardin County Hang-outs: Double L Grocery

    Double L Grocery stocks a little bit of everything. Customers can purchase a loaf of bread, hardware and hunting supplies at the western Hardin County store. The store also fills a role in the community as a live-music venue.

    Musicians filled the store with the sounds of bluegrass and gospel on a Saturday evening in mid-April for Lucy’s Saturday Night Jam.

    The weekly jam began as an outdoor event last year as a result of conversations between the Lucas family and local musician Jackie Dixon and his family, store co-owner Lucy Lucas said.

  • Former Radcliff resident competes on Food Network show

    When it comes to passion for her career, Dee Davis Dotson has a spoonful to share.

    The 1994 North Hardin High School graduate and owner of Dee-liteful Bites in Memphis, Tenn., puts her passion for food to the test during a Food Network competition show, “Food Court Wars,” which airs at 8 p.m. tonight.

  • Four Hardin County residents arrested on manufacturing meth charges

    Four Hardin County residents were arrested on manufacturing methamphetamine charges in two separate cases Thursday night into Friday morning.

    John Andrew Grimes, 35, of the 400 block of Wonderland Cavern Road in Cecilia, and Michael Eugene Jewell, 34, of the 6000 block of South Dixie Highway in Glendale, were taken into custody after Hardin County sheriff’s deputies stopped the vehicle Jewell was driving.

  • Calf captured safely by teen owner

    When Imari Doyle was startled from her sleep Saturday morning, she put on her boots and ran out of her house.

    Her calf, Lilly Mae, a 1-year-old black Angus, escaped overnight from a corral at her home on Springfield Road in Elizabethtown.

    “The top of the cattle gate was bent with the lock still on it,” Imari said. “I think she jumped the gate.”

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  • Road plan includes money to extend Ring Road

    With legislative approval for right-of-way acquisition and utility relocation, Ring Road’s western end likely could be extended to link with Interstate 65 and U.S. 31W possibly sometime in 2017.

    “I never thought about it being that soon,” Elizabethtown Mayor Edna Berger said. “That would be awesome.”

    Since last September, Ring Road has been open to the Western Kentucky Parkway. That intersection is only eight-tenths of a mile across fields to Interstate 65.

  • Radcliff, Fort Knox officials to discuss housing

    Officials from Fort Knox and Radcliff city government have scheduled a meeting Tuesday to discuss area housing issues.

    According to Radcliff Mayor J.J. Duvall, the meeting will include representatives from Fort Knox’s garrison command, two council members and himself. Fort Knox Public Affairs Officer Ryan Brus also confirmed the meeting. Neither were sure if Brig. Gen. Peggy Combs would attend.