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  • Tax preparers rush to meet deadline

    Monday is the deadline to file taxes, and area preparers are scrambling to help a slew of last-minute filers and those seeking extensions.

    They shared some tips from their experience for those who have to do more today and Monday than make a trip to the post office.

    Accounting & Tax Professionals on North Dixie Avenue in Elizabethtown always is busy during the last week before the deadline. There also are plenty of customers seeking help on the last possible day, manager Krystal Williams said.

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  • Wild Rose Equestrian Center to host Spring Horse Show

    Wild Rose Equestrian Center hosts its Spring Horse Show on Saturday and Sunday. The free event is open to the public.

    All competitors are students at Wild Rose.

    Saturday’s schedule begins at 10 a.m. with the opening session for students between the ages of 2 and 6. The Wild Rose Drill Team performs at intermission and is followed by Rookies (Walk, Trot riders) to round out the day.

  • Jury trial continued for former West Point man

    The jury trial in the case against a former West Point man facing 19 felony sex charges was scheduled to begin Monday but has been continued for two months.

    Jimmie Sturgill, 65, was indicted last year on two counts of first-degree sexual abuse and 16 counts of unlawful use of electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual or prohibited activities. Last month in separate case he was indicted on first-degree sodomy.

  • Training prepares troops for deployment

    Soldiers ducked in Humvees as an improvised explosive device went off in the trees to their left.

    The response was immediate, checking for casualties and securing the area.

    Troops at Fort Knox were among those taking a training course simulating an ambush and instructing how to find IEDs during a patrol.

  • Attorney: Suspension of E'town doctor's license result of error

    A classification error on the part of the Kentucky Medical Licensure Board led to a five-day suspension of an Elizabethtown doctor’s license, according to an attorney.

    Dr. Cahn Jeff Vo, 45, was indicted March 20 on charges of misbranding, health care fraud, mail fraud and smuggling. In total, he faces 13 federal charges.

  • Canadian baseball team among 71 entered in weekend tournament

    Before crossing the United States-Canadian border Thursday morning, Michael Giorno was greeted by a late winter storm.

    Giorno and his 13-year-old Etobicoke Rangers baseball team are hopeful this weekend in Elizabethtown offers a blast of warmer weather as the Rangers kick off their season in the 71-team, six-division Kentucky Pre-Season Championships at Elizabethtown Sports Park.

  • HMH hosting health care decisions event

    Hardin Memorial Health is hosting an event next week aimed at providing information to the public on the need for advanced decision making for end-of-life health care.

    The health system’s patient advocates are mobilizing an informational booth in the admission area of the hospital on North Dixie Avenue from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, where they will distribute information and materials on handling end-of-life decisions.

  • Civil War letters address old Lincoln mystery

    Letters written by a U.S. Army chaplain address one of Hardin County’s oldest mysteries.

    The Hardin County History Museum received transcribed copies of letters written during the Civil War by a Union soldier stationed in Elizabethtown.

    Illinois farmer Augustus Hammond Conant felt called to be a preacher, attended Harvard Theological Seminary and began preaching in 1840.

    He first led a small congregation in Geneva, Ill., and then a church in Rockford, Ill., before volunteering to be chaplain of the 19th Illinois regiment for the Union Army.