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  • Police believe man brought in gun in HMH suicide

    Elizabethtown Police now believe the unidentified man who committed suicide at Hardin Memorial Hospital brought the gun with him to HMH Monday night when he was admitted from another neighboring facility.

    Police responded to HMH at 8:13 a.m. Tuesday in regards to a patient who had shot himself. Police report the individual died as a result of a self- inflicted gunshot wound.

  • A love that endures

    A lot changes in 70 years, but for one Vine Grove couple, a constant they’ve had is each other.

    Married in Vine Grove Baptist Church on Aug. 7, 1942, Roy, 90, and Freda Sheroan, 86, celebrate their 70th anniversary today.

    The couple met by pure happenstance and proximity. Both lived in a rural part of Hardin County near Rineyville as teens, and Roy often saw Freda walking down the road. He said he’d even call it love at first sight.

    “I guess she wanted me the first time she seen me,” he said.

  • Historic preservation commission approved

    Elizabethtown City Council unanimously approved establishment of a five-member historic preservation commission Monday as a tangible way to protect the historic fabric of the city.

    The commission as outlined will be heavily involved in the preservation and designation of historic properties and landmarks to preserve the architectural and cultural value of historic properties, safeguard local heritage, foster civic pride, strengthen the city’s economy, stabilize property values, enhance city attractions and improve the appearance of the downtown area.

  • Rineyville woman dies in wreck

    A heavy downpour Sunday night may have played a role in a two-car collision that claimed the life of a Rineyville woman on Ky. 1375 in Hardin County.

    Kentucky State Police said Theresa E. "Terri Rose" Rosenberger, 50, was traveling south on Ky. 1375, also known as North Long Grove Road, in a 2005 Chevrolet Suburban. Police say shortly after 7:30 p.m., she lost control of the vehicle, which crossed the center line and was struck on the passenger side by a 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 truck pulling a 20-foot trailer.

  • PHOTO: Ring Road extension work continues
  • Heavy rain keeps area responders busy

    A fatal wreck Sunday night marked the worst of incidents possibly related to the downpour that day to which emergency crews responded.

    Responders also helped in a variety of other incidents related to heavy rainfall in Hardin County. The Kentucky Mesonet Center in Cecilia recorded 3.91 inches of rain Sunday, including 3.5 inches in 90 minutes.

  • First Unity Health Fair coming to Radcliff

    Two local organizations have partnered to heighten awareness for a healthier Hardin County.

    The Omicron Nu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. has joined forces with the Hardin County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to host a Unity Health Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Colvin Community Center in Radcliff. The fair is free and open to the public and refreshments are offered.

  • Rineyville woman dies in wreck during Sunday's storm

    During a heavy downpour Sunday night, a 50-year-old Rineyville woman died following a two-vehicle crash on Ky. 1375 in Hardin County.

    Kentucky State Police reported the death Monday of Theresa E. "Terri Rose" Rosenberger. She was traveling south on Ky. 1375, also known as North Long Grove Road, in a 2005 Chevrolet Suburban. Police say shortly after 7:30 p.m. she lost control of the vehicle,  which crossed the center line and was struck on the passenger side by a 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 truck pulling a 20-foot trailer.

  • Rineyville woman dies in wreck

    A Rineyville woman was killed Sunday night when police say she lost control of the Chevrolet Suburban she was driving and ran into an oncoming vehicle on KY 1375, 4 1/2 miles south of Rineyville.

    Theresa E. Rose, 50, was pronounced dead at the scene.

    Rose's vehicle crossed the center line around 7:30 p.m. while she was traveling south. Her vehicle was struck on the passenger side by a Dodge Ram 2500 pulling a 20-foot trailer driven by Joseph Hardesty, 53, also of Rineyville.

  • Shooting competition rooted in science fiction

    With a new segment of shooting sports growing fast, Frank Jardim is building an event he expects to be the most innovative marriage of science fiction and weaponry yet.

    Zombie Shoot Series 2012, set for Sept. 8 at a farm in rural Hardin County, is more than target practice. For one thing, the targets are handmade, life-size zombies. And secondly, Jardim has written the story of how the place he calls Live E-town came to be, as well as detailed scenarios for each shooting challenge.