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  • Man indicted on murder charge

    An Elizabethtown man serving time on a manufacturing methamphetamine conviction now faces a murder charge for the 2012 death of his then-girlfriend, Michelle Lynn Fay.

    Thomas B. Buchanan, 44, was indicted this week by a Hardin Coun­ty grand jury and was served the warrant Saturday at the Black­burn Correc­tional Complex in Lexington.

  • Sisters honor late sibling through business

    Sisters and business partners Jennifer Ryan and Jessika Bohannon-Ferriss have lived and breathed gymnastics their whole lives.

    From being fans of the sport on television to competing— and winning — on the state level to now owning their own student gym, they can say they know the sport inside and out.

  • Witness: ‘Lives were saved’ when trucks were totaled

    A loud noise Monday night prompted a group of friends celebrating a birthday to put on their shoes and investigate.

    Ashlee Jankanish expected to see the four trash cans outside her Radcliff townhouse knocked over, instead she saw two parked vehicles — including her boyfriend’s truck — damaged beyond repair.

  • Radcliff council can’t kick clerk conflict

    Today is Radcliff Mayor Mike Weaver’s first day in office with his new city clerk, but it’s not his first free from the controversy that surrounded her appointment and consumed his first month in office.

  • Swope, Coyle added to community foundation board

    Central Kentucky Community Foundation introduced Anne Swope and Michael B. Coyle as the newest members of its board of directors.

  • Buffalo man faces federal drug charges

    A Buffalo man is facing federal drug charges after Drug Enforcement Administration officers served a warrant at a Greensburg Road business.

    Bryan Barber, 36, was charged Jan. 22 with possession with the intent to distribute controlled substances and distribution of a controlled substance.

  • Radcliff Mayor’s Breakfast about more than food

    Taliyah Lee arrived at Colvin Community Center at 8 a.m. Saturday wearing her gold North Middle School Junior Leadership Corps shirt. While most came to the Radcliff Mayor’s Breakfast for a warm meal and good company, Lee and her classmates arrived to help everyone have a pleasant experience.

  • Hodgenville chief returns in ‘limited’ role

    Hodgenville Police Chief Steven John­son was suspended with pay in January after being charged with official misconduct.

    He returned to work late last month in a “limited” capacity, according to Mayor Kenny DeVore.

  • Singer enters guilty plea on DUI charge

    Arrested following a Christmas concert in Elizabethtown, singer Olivia Henken entered a guilty plea Friday to charges of driving under the influence.

    Known for competing in Season 5 of NBC’s “The Voice,” Henken was arrested and charged with DUI early the morning after a Dec. 19 performance as part of a show at the Historic State Theater.

  • Radcliff council appoints clerk in split vote

    After nearly a month of checking Kentucky Revised Statues, arguing and apologizing, Radcliff Mayor Mike Weaver has his choice for city clerk.

    In a called meeting Thursday, the council appointed Julie Aldridge as city clerk in a split decision settled by Weaver, who voted to break a tie. Aldridge takes office Sunday.