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With a sixth of its police force set to retire within the next few months, Elizabethtown Police Department is looking for applicants with a desire to serve their community and has ramped up its recruitment efforts with a series of videos.
HardinCountyresidents are being deceived en masse about recent legislation, asserts Bev Rickey.
It was a wet and soggy day Saturday, but participants in the Penguin Plunge became more drenched than most.
The event, held at Bluegrass Cellular on Ring Road, raised more than $10,000 for Junior Achievement.
For five years, the St. Baldrick’s Foundation has been shaving heads in Hardin County to help conquer childhood cancers.
A line of people wrapped around Pritchard Community Center on Saturday to get their heads shaved for the cause.
Radcliff might drop its contracted tree limb removal service almost six months after a dispute over reimbursement for expenses.
“I can tell you I want (limb removal) back in the city,” said Radcliff Mayor Mike Weaver during a recent council work session. “That’s where I think it belongs and I think we’re capable of doing it.”
Walking around Elizabethtown may be Hollywood’s next star, but you won’t see him at a store shopping for the latest fashions or bump into him in the theater watching the latest blockbuster movie.
For the third time, a local veterans organization will shift its own spotlight on military women, hoping to illuminate them nationally and permanently.
Getting a job isn’t easy. Just ask U.S. Marine veterans and brothers David and James Wayne.
“I haven’t worked in more than a year,” David said.
“I haven’t worked in many years,” James added.
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