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  • Kennedy, wife grabs younger generation’s fascination

    For the generations not alive during John F. Kennedy’s lifetime, an intrigue surrounding the president, his wife and the assassination still remain.

    For some, their interest stems from a love of history and for others it’s the celebrity of Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline, which captures their fascination. Still others are attracted by the mystery that envelopes the presidential assassination.

  • Kennedy: 50 years later

    For some residents of Hardin County, one memory has stood the test of time. It was a day when innocence was lost. It was a day they will never forget.

    Around 12:30 p.m. Nov. 22, 1963, 50 years ago this day, then President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was traveling with his wife, Jacqueline, and Texas Gov. John Connally and his wife, Nellie, in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in Dallas.

  • North Pole Arts and Crafts show returns Saturday to North Hardin

    North Hardin High School’s band is steeped in tradition, including an event which has been a cornerstone of the group’s fundraising efforts for 23 years.

    The North Pole Arts and Crafts show is held annually the Saturday before Thanksgiving. This year’s show is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

  • Downtown building will become Clagetts' home and office

    An Elizabethtown couple has purchased the former Fitz’s Coffee Bistro building in downtown Elizabethtown and intends to renovate it for commercial and residential use.

    Bill and Marnie Clagett plan to relocate their home photography studio, Clagett Photography, to the lower level of the building and will live upstairs once it is restored.

    Marnie Clagett said they chose to invest in the property next to the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce because they are outgrowing studio space at their Michigan Avenue home.

  • Police arrest five on rioting charges

    Four Radcliff residents and a Louisville woman have been arrested this week on charges of rioting stemming from a fight at a September house party.

    Tierra T. Gregory, 30, Ramona M. Gregory, 28, Candice T. Gregory, 26, and Danta R. Collins, 26, all of Radcliff, and Quiana J. Brown, 25, of Louisville were arrested Monday and Tuesday. Each faces three counts of complicity to commit fourth-degree assault and complicity to commit first-degree rioting.

  • Embry Chapel to host Thanksgiving dinner

    Community members have an opportunity to tuck into a turkey dinner a few days ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.

    Embry Chapel A.M.E. in Elizabethtown will host a community Thanksgiving dinner from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday at the church. The meal is open to the public.

    The church is at 401 Skyline Drive.

  • HMH takes slate of state marketing awards

    November has been kind to Hardin Memorial Health's marketing arm.

    After taking home two national digital marketing awards and a national award for its online content, HMH was a recipient of four state marketing awards at the Kentucky Society for Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing Thoroughbred Awards.

    The health system received awards for its external newsletter, Health Matters, and its ENT Game Show radio campaign. Health Matters received a perfect score and a best-in-show designation, said Michelle Murphy, director of marketing and public relations.

  • Photos: A taste of wild game
  • HOF could start first phase late next year

    The Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame has attracted $350,000 in contributions toward construction of its downtown Elizabethtown museum in the first 3½ months of its $2 million capital campaign, said Mike Pollio, a former high school and college basketball coach who is leading the fundraising effort.

    An additional $750,000 in financial requests is pending, he said.

  • Muldraugh man still critical after shooting

    A Muldraugh man injured earlier this week during an officer-involved shooting remained in critical condition Wednesday in a Louisville hospital.

    John R. Price, 31, sustained a single gunshot wound Tuesday morning that police believe was self-inflicted.

    As of Wednesday afternoon, University Hospital in Louisville continued to list Price in critical condition.

    According to the hospital’s website, that status is defined as “vital signs are unstable and not within normal limits. Patient may not be conscious; indicators are unfavorable.”