A John Hardin High School teacher arrested Feb. 26 at a 17th District Tournament boys' basketball tournament game for second-degree disorderly conduct, third-degree criminal trespassing, menacing and resisting arrest pleaded not guilty to the charges Monday in Hardin District Court.
After jumping into the Republican governor’s race in January and not garnering much media attention, former Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott made a different kind of jump Monday morning in Elizabethtown.
Hardin County Schools had three students receive medals Friday at the regional SkillsUSA competition at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. All three students come from the Early College and Career Center’s automotive pathway.
Jacqueline Hawkins watched “Jeopardy” every day with her family growing up, competing against each other with each question. Little did she know, being a loyal fan of the show would help prepare her to eventually be a live contestant on America’s favorite quiz show.