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  • Combs welcomed at Radcliff luncheon

    Brig. Gen. Peggy Combs’s life has come full circle.

    Combs, the new commander of U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox, was warmly welcomed to the community during a reception luncheon Monday at Colvin Community Center hosted by the Radcliff Small Business Alliance.

    Combs previously served as deputy commanding general of Cadet Command from 2011 to 2012, but she said traveling obligations prohibited her from exploring the communities around Fort Knox as she would have liked, joking that her boss kept her on the road all of the time.

  • Lady Panthers honored

    The Elizabethtown High School Lady Panthers had a thrilling basketball season that culminated with a spot in the state championship game in Bowling Green.

    While they ultimately fell to Louisville Butler in the final, their runner-up status did not make the team any less of a sensation in the city.

    The Lady Panthers were honored Monday afternoon at Elizabethtown City Hall for their hardwood exploits as individual team members and coaches received a proclamation from Mayor Edna Berger. A hearty round of applause echoed across the council chambers.

  • Lewis proposes committee for Walker memorial

    Elizabethtown Councilman Kenny Lewis proposed the city form a committee Monday to explore ideas and locations for a memorial honoring the late Mayor Tim Walker.

    Lewis said an official memorial is needed to remember the legacy and accomplishments of Walker, who was serving his first term as mayor when he died at his home on June 14, 2013, after suffering a heart attack.

  • Radcliff church faces foreclosure

    A Radcliff church is beginning its search for a new location as its former pastor looks to find a resolution to a civil suit filed earlier this month in Hardin Circuit Court.

    The civil action claims Gloryland Harvest Church Inc. and its registered agent, former pastor Jacob Pearman, are in default of a $2,185,000 Bank of the West loan. The suit requests judgment for the amount of the loan and other fees, that it be awarded the first lien on the property and the land and building on Woodland Drive at Vine Street be sold by the Master Commissioner.

  • E’town man arrested on Virginia charge

    Elizabethtownpolice apprehended a fugitive wanted in Virginia on Friday at Hardin Memorial Hospital.

    Robert Douglas Fruitt, 31, of Elizabethtown, was arrested after police discovered he was wanted in Virginia Beach, Va., on a probation violation charge. The original case involved an armed robbery.

  • Arkansas residents arrested on drug charges

    Two Arkansas residents were arrested early Monday morning on a number of drug charges at the Pilot Travel Center in Sonora.

    Billy Burns, 64, of Mountain View, Ark., and Catherine Treat, 60, of Timbo, Ark., were arrested by Kentucky State Police after Travel Center staff called authorities and reported that Treat was seen “wandering around the store behaving strangely,” according to an arrest citation.

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  • Groundbreaking is Wednesday for Hendrickson factory

    A suspensions systems manufacturer planning to bring 75 new jobs to Elizabethtown will break ground for construction of its new manufacturing facility later this week.

    Hendrickson USA is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony noon Wednesday at its building site at 940 N. Black Branch Road near UPS Supply Chain Solutions.

    Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson and Hendrickson USA representatives will attend the ceremony.

    The 100,000-square-foot facility will be highly automated and is part of a $20 million local investment, officials said.

  • Evelyn Stanley continues to live life while battling colon cancer

    On the outside, Evelyn Stanley appears to be a passionate, vibrant, healthy 47-year-old woman, but looks can be deceiving.

    On the inside, the Elizabethtown woman is battling inoperable stage 4 colon cancer.

    Early last March, Stanley was scheduled for a physical, but postponed it. She went in two days later feeling weak and complaining of cramps. In another day, she was at the emergency room as the pain steadily increased. She was admitted and over the course of five days, doctors conducted a CAT scan and colonoscopy.

  • Friends to hold benefit for Evelyn Stanley

    As part of National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, friends of Evelyn Stanley of Elizabethtown are hosting a benefit in her honor.

    Stanley, a married mother of three, has been battling Stage 4 colon cancer since March 2013.

    “We want to help her stay on top of the bills,” organizer Rebecca Ray said. “She wanted to do it in March because its Colon Cancer Awareness Month, so we put it together in a hurry.”