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Walking around Elizabethtown may be Hollywood’s next star, but you won’t see him at a store shopping for the latest fashions or bump into him in the theater watching the latest blockbuster movie.
For the third time, a local veterans organization will shift its own spotlight on military women, hoping to illuminate them nationally and permanently.
Getting a job isn’t easy. Just ask U.S. Marine veterans and brothers David and James Wayne.
“I haven’t worked in more than a year,” David said.
“I haven’t worked in many years,” James added.
An Elizabethtown man who was arrested within 30 days of being put on probation for a domestic violence assault now has a trial date for his latest charge.
Jalen Vaughn Fleming, 20, is scheduled for trail at 9 a.m. June 3 for second-degree assault — domestic violence and terroristic threatening.
Hardin County Schools’ Early College and Career Center will be the home of the 2015 VEX Robotics State Championships Saturday.
Thirty-two of the top high school and middle school teams will compete. The doors open at 8 a.m. and the competition starts at 10 a.m.
This will be the third VEX Robotics competition EC3 has hosted this school year.
United Way of Central Kentucky has reached a new record in its annual campaign this year to benefit and ultimately decrease area poverty.
Executive Director Megan Stith announced before a crowd of hundreds at the monthly Hardin County Chamber of Commerce meeting Wednesday the total for its 2014 campaign: $1,277,637.
USA Cares’ Slide the City event may slip and slide north this summer — from Elizabethtown to Radcliff.
Radcliff Mayor Mike Weaver announced the charity event’s relocation twice this week, first at Monday’s city council work session and then at Tuesday’s Radcliff Small Business Alliance meeting.
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