.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Local News

  • E'town man indicted in Vine Grove rape

    James Lee Wilkerson, 27, was indicted Thursday on charges of first-degree rape, theft by unlawful taking — automobile and first-degree persistent felony offense.

    An indictment is an allegation, not proof of guilt. Defendants are innocent until proven guilty. Wilkerson has denied the allegations.

  • Hosparus, E-town Florist host home decor show

    Hosparus of Central Kentucky and E-town Florist offer help this weekend to residents looking for holiday decorations.

    The organization and local business team up to host “A Bedazzled Christmas,” a holiday home decor show, Saturday in the Family Life Center at Grace Heartland Church.

    The event features two workshops at 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. They demonstrate how to use and recycle old decorations and how to use different materials, some of which may already be found at home, said Beth White, owner of E-town Florist.

  • PHOTO: Finishing the facade
  • Hardin County pays tribute to those who served

    Brig. Gen. Maria Gervais, deputy commander of U.S. Army Cadet Command, turned to local veteran Ralph Reese and thanked him for his service Saturday morning at Optimist Park in Vine Grove, saying those who came before built the foundation for America through their own blood and sweat.

    “It is on your shoulders we stand today,” she said.

  • Creekside honors armed forces

    A choir of students at Creekside Elementary School in Sonora poured emotion into each note of the lyrics for “American Tears,” a reflection on America’s struggles, pains and triumphs as a fledgling country and the pride felt in being an American.

    The choir, made up of fourth- and fifth-graders, performed a series of songs Friday morning as a stirring tribute to America’s Armed Forces. It was part of the schools’ annual Veterans Day celebration.

  • E'town tops military boom towns list

    The Elizabethtown Metropolitan Statistical Area has reaped the rewards of an influx in civilians with larger incomes at Fort Knox, causing substantial economic growth.

    This growth has attracted the notice of Austin, Texas-based SpareFoot, which ranked Elizabethtown at the top of its top 10 military boom towns list ahead of cities such as El Paso, Texas, near Fort Bliss; and Clarksville, Tenn., near Fort Campbell.

  • Indiana man indicted on sexual abuse charge
  • College Republicans back McConnell for re-election

    While most organizations affiliated with political parties are content to await results of the May primary before actively backing specific candidates, the Kentucky Federation of College Republicans unanimously endorsed U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell.

    During the statewide organization’s fall retreat Saturday in Elizabethtown, a measure to back McConnell’s re-election in the primary and general elections “without reservation” was on the agenda.

  • Photo: In honor of Veterans Day
  • Large family, huge legacy

    A family tied to the earliest beginnings of Radcliff has a story to tell, and Stan Blair is leading the charge to weave it.

    Blair is one of six brothers to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces, the sons of J.S. and Lucy Blair of Radcliff.

    Their 92 years of combined military experience is admirable, but when you tally it alongside the years served by seven of the couple’s grandsons and one great-grandson, the evidence is overwhelming that the military is held in high esteem in Blair households.