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  • Munfordville woman pleads guilty in pursuit

    A Munfordville woman accused of leading Elizabethtown police officers and state troopers on a high-speed pursuit through Hardin and Hart counties pleaded guilty Tuesday in Hardin Circuit Court.

    Jamie N. Daugherty, 29, accepted an agreement through the rocket docket program. She pleaded guilty to seven counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, two counts of first-degree fleeing or evading police, first-degree criminal mischief, speeding, two counts of disregarding a traffic control device and three counts of disregarding a stop sign.

  • Memorial service set for Fort Knox soldier

    A Duke Brigade memorial service in honor of fallen Fort Knox soldier Spc. Angel L. Lopez is at 10 a.m. Friday at Prichard Place Chapel on post. The Fort Knox community is invited to attend.

    Lopez was a wheeled vehicle mechanic assigned to Company A, 201st Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division.

    Lopez, 27, of Parma, Ohio, died Oct. 5. Among his survivors are his wife and two children.

  • Hardin, Meade fire departments receive grant money

    The Kentucky Division of Forestry awarded grant money to more than 60 rural fire departments, including one in Hardin County and two in Meade County.

    Central Hardin Fire Department, Flaherty Fire Department and Meade County Fire Department are among the 62 rural agencies to receive money through the Volunteer Fire Assistance grant program, according to a news release. In total, the KDF awarded $195,000.

  • Man accused of rape denies allegations during hearing

    James L. Wilkerson, 27, was arrested in May on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. According to court records, he pleaded guilty to those charges and was released in July to begin probation.

    On Friday, U.S. Marshals arrested Wilkerson in Bardstown on charges of first-degree rape and theft by unlawful taking as well as probation violations.

  • County allocates $5,000 to baskethall HoF

    Hardin County government has joined Elizabethtown in financial support of the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame’s establishment. 

    Hardin Fiscal Court unanimously voted Tuesday afternoon to contribute $5,000 to the hall of fame, a move supported by the county’s resources and community support committee. Magistrate Fred Clem was absent.

  • Residents piece together history of Revolutionary War-era cemetery

    About a half-mile off Battle Training Road sits a stretch of history that helped shape Hardin County.

    Maffet Cemetery rests among trees shedding leaves these days on Bewley Hollow Road. Headstones that once were shattered and tarnished by vandals have now been pieced back together, one at a time.

  • Three charged with assault after fight

    Three West Point residents are charged with felony assault after police say they struck a man with a baseball bat and threw bleach in his eyes during a fight Saturday at an Elm Street residence.

    Jane C. Spink, 62, Brittany L. Mallard, 22, and Richard D. Mallard, 46, each face charges of second-degree assault and first-degree unlawful imprisonment. Spink faces an additional charge of second-degree wanton endangerment.

  • Prosecutors will pursue a second trial

    After a Hardin County jury failed to reach a verdict Friday regarding the death of a 1-month-old boy, local prosecutors are pursuing a second trial while the baby’s father remains in jail.

    Jarrod Davis, 24, of Radcliff, was indicted in January on charges of murder and first-degree criminal abuse in the death of his son, Ja’Vion. The infant, who was 5 weeks old, was found dead in his crib Jan. 15 with bloody mucous flowing from his nose.

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  • Veterans ceremony returning to E'town Nature Park

    Elizabethtown’s salute to its armed forces continues next month.

    The city is hosting a second Veterans Day ceremony one year after it dedicated the Hardin County Veterans Tribute, which features bronze sculptures cast representing all branches of the U.S. military.

    Elizabethtown hosts the ceremony Nov. 11 beside the tribute in conjunction with American Legion Post 113 inside the Nature Park off Ring Road.