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Officers from Elizabeth-town Police Department and community members will come together Friday morning in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships and drink coffee.
Radcliff’s slashed its debt by 28 percent during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, according to its audit — which was clean.
But while the percentage of debt may be high, the actual debt owed by the city was not.
Caroline’s Alpine Haus won’t open Sunday for church crowds or Monday for commuters. When the doors shut Saturday, they will be closed for good.
Leona Waddell helped her mother make baskets when she was growing up.
“I remembered enough about them that I could just do it myself,” Waddell said. “I’ve just been kindly doing them by spurts for years.”
After reports widely circulated on social media Sunday, Vine Grove police are investigating an incident at one of the city’s parks.
In order to improve the health of city employees, a committee presented an incentive program to encourage physical fitness at Monday’s Elizabethtown City Council work session.
It is proposed as a mandatory program for fire and police and voluntary for other employees and is designed to credit employees with personal days and pay them for unused sick leave.
Two people were arrested late Sunday afternoon on drug charges after police noticed the driver was not wearing a seat belt.
A fundraiser will be held Wednesday at Texas Roadhouse for Mickayla Harig, who was a passenger injured in last June’s fatal crash that claimed the life of Elizabethtown teenager Brianna Taylor.
The fundraiser is from 4 p.m. until close of business. Ten percent of all sales will go to help cover Harig’s medical expenses.
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