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  • Two Munsters' actors to celebrate show's 50th anniversary in E'town

    If you’ve ever wanted a close encounter with members of the Munster family, you soon may have a chance.

    To celebrate 50 years of “The Munsters” original TV series, Butch Patrick (Eddie) and Pat Priest (one of the actresses to play Marilyn) are special guests at The Night Risers Film Festival and Expo on Sept. 27-28 at Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown.

    “The Munsters” was a television series that ran from 1964 to 1966 on CBS.

  • Relay packs in success stories

    Tears follow every trembling word spoken by Marylon Perkins.

    The Cecilia resident is eight years into her battle to keep cancer at bay, but her diagnosis and the havoc she knows the disease can wreak on an individual life never are far from her mind.

    Perkins was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2006 — six months after her sister was killed by the same disease.

    Part of her lung was removed and she experienced a few near-fatal moments while also battling renal failure.

  • Festival alcohol zone reduced

    It appears alcohol drinkers won’t have as much freedom to roam with beer during the BBQ, Blues & Bikes Festival later this month.

    After reviewing a designated festival area for the May 24 event that was approved Monday by Elizabethtown City Council, Police Chief Tracy Schiller has opted to reduce the areas permitted for alcohol consumption.

  • Christmas assistance programs merging

    In order to serve more families and eliminate duplication, several local agencies are combining their efforts to host a cooperative, family focused aid program for Hardin County during the Christmas season.

    Helping Hand of Hope, Marine Corps Toys for Tots and the Salvation Army are partnering with local Family Resource and Youth Services Centers in area school districts to sponsor the Hardin County Christmas Assistance Program. The program essentially combines the resources of all the agencies while creating a more efficient and centralized

  • Local man writes book to honor late mother

    Ricardo Croft is letting go of his mother the best way he knows how — through writing.

    Susan Croft died April 25, 2013, from heart disease at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. Since her death, Ricardo has written down his raw and candid emotions about his loss because that’s what his mother wanted him to do.

  • Photos: Shining the night away
  • Injury wreck reported on I-65

    A one-vehicle injury wreck at the 100-mile-marker of northbound Interstate 65 was reported at approximately 4:50 p.m. Saturday. Fire and rescue units were responding to the scene shortly before 5 p.m.

    Traffic delays should be expected.

  • Judge-executive nabs health care governance award

    Judge-Executive Harry Berry has been awarded the Health Care Governance Leadership Award by the Kentucky Hospital Association.

  • Warrant issued for man wanted on abuse charge

    A warrant for a Radcliff man was issued last week in Hardin Circuit Court after he was indicted on an abuse charge.

    Brooklyn A. Noviello, aka, Tyler Hendrickson of the 100 block of Neptune Drive, was indicted on knowing abuse or neglect of an adult. The charge is a Class C felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

    According to the indictment, Noviello, 21, is alleged to have committed the offense on Sept. 20, 2013.

    An indictment is an allegation, not a proof of guilt. Noviello is innocent until proven guilty.