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  • RPD probing theater break-in

    Showtime Cinemas in Radcliff is temporarily closed as the movie theater recovers from an overnight break-in.

    Bryce Shumate, spokesman for Radcliff Police Department, said RPD is investigating the burglary, which occurred late Tuesday or early Wednesday morning.

    According to police and theater employees, only food items were stolen but significant damage was done to the property.

    Though no windows or doors were broken, Shumate said the suspects took the theater’s fire extinguishers and sprayed them all over the building.

  • Jeff Greer wins fourth term in state House

    When an equipment error was resolved and all the Bullitt County vote totals were confirmed against paper tape, the result of the 27th District House race was the same as 2010.

    Incumbent Rep. Jeff Greer of Brandenburg earned a narrow victory over Dalton Jantzen of Payneville. The margin Tuesday night was 296 votes compared to a 148-vote edge between the same candidates in 2010.

  • E'town tourism approves donation for barracks restoration

    The Elizabethtown Tourism Commission approved a recommendation from its special events committee Wednesday to donate $2,500 toward the restoration of the last surviving World War II barracks at Fort Knox.

  • Car wreck on North Mulberry Street
  • Leaf pick-up set to begin

    Elizabethtown and Radcliff residents have an outlet to dispose of unwanted leaves this month as fall digs in.

    Elizabethtown Public Works has started sweeping areas throughout the city, picking up leaves with designated areas set for certain days. Public Works will repeat the schedule each week until it completes leaf pickup, according to Public Works Superintendent Don Hill.

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  • E'town police investigating election sign vandalism

    The Elizabethtown Police Department is investigating multiple complaints regarding defaced election signs, including several at the Hardin County Republican Party Headquarters on Dixie Avenue.

    Republican Party Chairman Mike Phillips said the complaints started around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday when an Elizabethtown resident at Pear Orchard Road reported his election sign for presidential candidate Mitt Romney had been defaced.

  • LaRue voters make changes on school board

    LaRue County voters defeated a pair of incumbent school board members in Tuesday’s election.

    L. Dawn Williams Connor defeated Norbert Skees 592-405 for the District 1 School Board seat. Linda Pearman defeated incumbent Ronnie Chelf, 554-417 in District 2.

  • Incumbents return to West Point City Council

    All the incumbents running and one newcomer who has held a seat before are returning to the West Point City Council.

    Incumbent Lavinda Curl led the candidates in votes received with 199, 14.94 percent of the ballots.

    “I’m very, very glad that the citizens saw fit to elect me again,” she said.

    Curl said she is happy about her election and feels challenged by the work council members have ahead of them during the next two years.

  • 27th District House: Greer, Jantzen await Bullitt County totals

    Repeating the 2010 campaign, Jeff Greer of Brandenburg carried his home county and hopes its enough to overcome a Republican edge in nearby Bullitt County and retain his seat in the state House of Representatives.