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  • Seeking shelter: Red Cross simulation to prepare residents for disaster situation

    Residents throughout Hardin County are encouraged to take shelter in June.

    The American Red Cross has scheduled a disaster shelter simulation from 6 to 7:30 p.m. June 24 at Pritchard Community Center on South Mulberry Street in Elizabethtown.

    The facility is supposed to be set up as if there was some kind of disaster and residents needed to take shelter outside their homes, with cots, refreshments and everything else that would normally be provided to displaced residents.

  • Attorney General's Office files lawsuit against E'town doctor

    The state attorney general’s office has filed a civil lawsuit against an Elizabethtown doctor who also faces federal felony charges in the alleged use of foreign, non-FDA approved intrauterine devices.

  • United Way seeking new facility to call home

     

    United Way of Central Kentucky continues to expand its financial presence and its physical presence in Hardin County needs to follow suit, said Executive Director Christopher Wilborn.

  • Yard sale means deals, community

    Robert Rumsey of Elizabethtown laughed and said his wife would divorce him if he didn’t take her to check out deals Saturday at the second 26-Mile Yard Sale hosted by the Cecilia Ruritan Club on Ky. 86.

    The sale stretched 26 miles along the road in residents’ yards and business and church parking lots to give vendors and shoppers a convenient place to haggle over items.

  • Fort Knox health clinic could open by 2017

    Fort Knox could have a new health center by 2017.

    Maj. Gen. Jefforey Smith, commander of U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox, said the Army is expected to replace Ireland Army Community Hospital with a new full-service ambulatory health clinic, offering an assortment of outpatient medical services, by 2017. Groundbreaking is expected next year.

  • Allegro raises money for Alzheimer's Association

    The lawn in front of Allegro on Diecks Drive in Elizabethtown was decorated Friday with balloons and tables where women in Derby hats and others enjoyed food and music.

    The business’ sixth annual Derby Dash N Dine to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association raised nearly $1,200.

    Community Director Steve Sanford said the cause is important to Allegro officials because Allegro has a neighborhood of residents with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia and because the disease seems to be a growing problem as society ages.

  • Listening session addresses troop reduction

    Maj. Gen. Jefforey Smith said the decision to shrink the U.S. Army by 80,000 soldiers is one steeped in careful strategy but will force inactivation of at least eight brigade combat teams.

    Smith, commander of Cadet Command and Fort Knox, led a community listening session Friday to encourage leaders outside the gates that the post is positively leveraged to benefit from the drawdown of forces from 570,000 in 2010 to 490,000 by the end of 2017, a directive issued as overseas wars in Afghanistan and Iraq come to an end.

  • Man falls 60 feet at E'town construction site

    A man with a Bowling Green-based company is in serious condition after falling 60 feet at a construction site Friday afternoon at Metalsa in Elizabethtown.

    Officials have not released the name of the construction worker pending family notification but confirmed the man worked for Stewart-Richey Construction Inc.

    Elizabethtown Fire Chief Mike Hulsey said the fire department and Hardin County EMS responded at 12:05 p.m. Friday to the manufacturing plant at 750 North Black Branch Road.

  • Mayberry Days draws crowd, closes early

    Saturday was a rainy day in Mayberry.

    Mayberry Days in Vine Grove was cut short by rain around noon, but there was enough time for fun and fundraising that morning and the night before.

    Jamie Clark said her family got to Mayberry Days just before it started raining, and her daughters were disappointed to not get a chance to play in the bouncy house.

    She and her fiancé brought the girls because they thought it was a good opportunity to let them be active.

  • Volunteers bring new life to SpringHaven

    Area medical professionals were hard at work Friday. They had paint brushes, instead of stethoscopes and rakes rather than scalpels.

    About 200 members of the Hardin Memorial Hospital leadership team painted walls and furniture, repaired items and cleaned every place they could reach at SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program in Elizabethtown.

    Hospital officials contacted the United Way looking for a way to give back to the community, and the organizations partnered to organize a day of service at SpringHaven.