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  • Radcliff man indicted in 'medical' marijuana case

    A Radcliff man charged with possessing more than 2 pounds of medical-grade marijuana was indicted Thursday by a Hardin County grand jury.

    Henry L. Butler Jr., 35, faces charges of complicity to commit trafficking in marijuana more than 8 ounces but less than 5 pounds and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Both charges are enhanced because police found a firearm at the time of arrest, according to the indictment.

    Butler was arrested Jan. 31 at his home on Wintergreen Drive following an investigation by the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force.

  • Particulars for Ring Road extension to I-65 in design phase

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet intends to continue work this year on the extension of Ring Road with an interchange at the Western Kentucky Parkway.

    Officials also said the extension of Ring Road from the parkway to Interstate 65 remains in the initial design phases.

    “We are currently looking to justify a new interchange with the Federal Highway Administration,” said John Moore, project development branch manager for the KYTC District 4 office in Elizabethtown.

  • Photo: Fundraiser attendees ‘Feel the Love’
  • Focus on Finance: BBB names 2012 ‘Bad Boys’

    Question: Who are the worst of the worst with the Better Business Bureau?

    Answer: The Better Business Bureau, serving Louisville, Southern Indiana, and Western Kentucky has named its top area businesses for which it processed the most unanswered/unresolved complaints and serious complaints in last year. Each company has an “F” rating with the BBB.

  • Giving dad his due

    Michael Christian stooped to help his granddaughter, Naomi, 5, coat a ripe strawberry in a flowing chocolate fountain.

    After claiming her prize, Naomi was hesitant to try the concoction, but the gentle tone of her grandfather assured her she should take a bite.

    It was one of several bonding moments for families during a special event Saturday morning at New Highland Elementary School, celebrating the ties fathers hold with their children.

    Christian said he brought his granddaughter along because her father was tied up with work.

  • E’town man arrested for deserting Army

    The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office arrested an Elizabethtown man Thursday night wanted for deserting the U.S. Army.

    Pvt. E-1 Shawn P. Kinney, 25, was listed as AWOL on Jan. 1, according to Fort Knox spokesman Kyle Hodges. Kinney is assigned to Special Processing Company at the post’s Personnel Control Facility.

  • A shot at $1 million
  • Hardin County through a pinhole

    The images captured on this page are examples of pinhole photography, excluding the one of the homemade pinhole "lens." It actually is not a lens, but a piece of aluminum foil with a tiny hole pricked in it and mounted to a piece of cardboard.

  • Cecilia man indicted on nine counts of stealing firearms

    A Cecilia man faces nine counts of firearm theft after he was indicted Thursday by the Hardin County grand jury.

    Anthony Santiago, 23, was indicted for theft by unlawful taking more than $500, two counts of first-degree burglary and nine counts of theft of a firearm.

    According to the indictment, Santiago unlawfully entered a Horn Road home in Cecilia twice in less than a month while armed with a “deadly weapon.” Police said the residence belonged to Santiago’s father.

  • Facing child care cuts: Many working poor could lose day care assistance

    Deep cuts to child care assistance could topple poor Hardin County families.

    Cost-saving measures by the Kentucky Department of Community Based Services, facing a projected $86.6 million budget shortfall, include lowering the qualifying income of families receiving assistance and suspending new applications to the Child Care Assistance Program, CCAP, still commonly referred to as 4Cs, after the agency that used to administer the program.