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  • HMH names chief financial officer

    ELIZABETHTOWN

    Hardin Memorial Health has named Lennis Thompson as the new vice president and chief financial officer, charged with overseeing the financial health of the more than $260 million health care system.

    For the past year, Thompson has served as the controller in finance.

  • Off-duty state trooper killed in crash

    An off-duty Kentucky State Police trooper was killed this morning on Ky. 210 near the Green County line in a two-vehicle crash.

    The trooper, identified as Sgt. David Gibbs, who is originally from Hardin County, was based out of the Columbia post, according to KSP Post 4 spokesman Jeff Gregory.

  • Off-duty state trooper killed

    Ky. 210 is closed in LaRue County near the Green County line because of a crash involving an off-duty Kentucky State Police trooper.

    The Transportation Cabinet's District 4 highway office said a detour is in effect via Ky. 1192 and East Bailey Road. The wreck is between these intersections.

  • Man charged for abuse of his son

    Daniel Cox has been charged with a felony count of criminal abuse of a child under the age of 12. The alleged victim is his 4-month-old son.

    Cox, 35, of Radcliff, was booked into the Hardin County Detention Center at 2:38 a.m., just hours after he was found in Louisville by Radcliff Police.

  • Reservists fight allergies, help animals

    U.S. Army Spc. Josh Salinas and Staff Sgt. Jeffery Smith, both allergic to cats, found themselves surrounded Thursday morning by more than 125 potential feline foes.

    But when one rubbed up against them or meowed at them at the Animal Refuge Center Inc. near Vine Grove, they reacted with smiles, not shudders.

  • Some on E’town council see no need for fairness ordinance

    Although many don’t see a need for a fairness ordinance, several Elizabethtown City Council members say they will keep an open mind when a group supporting the issue returns to the council, possibly in September.

  • Central Hardin band holding mattress sale

    The Central Hardin High School marching band will hold its annual mattress drive Sunday at the high school.

    The sale of new, name-brand mattresses will be held in the gymnasium from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. All money raised will go toward the band.

    Floor models will be on display in the gym as well.

  • Man sought by RPD found in Louisville

    A Radcliff man wanted by police for questioning after he left his injured 4-month-old son in the driveway of the child's mother's home Thursday night was located just before 11 p.m. in Louisville.

    RPD Capt. Willie Wells said Daniel Cox was found in Louisville in his 1998 gold Mercury Marquis.

  • Man sought by RPD found in Louisville

    A Radcliff man wanted by police for questioning after he left his injured 4-month-old son in the driveway of the child's mother Thursday night was located just before 11 p.m. in Louisville.

    RPD Capt. Willie Wells said Daniel Cox was found in Louisville in his 1998 gold Mercury Marquis.

  • Baby beaten, left in driveway

    Radcliff police were seeking a man Thursday night for questioning after he was seen striking his 4-month-old son and then leaving the infant in the driveway of the child’s mother on Franklin Court with serious injuries a witness said.