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  • HMH CEO named chairman of March for Babies

    Hardin Memorial Heath President and Chief Executive Officer Dennis Johnson will serve as chairman of the 2013 March of Dimes March for Babies, which is April 27 at Elizabethtown High School.

    Johnson will manage the campaign, raising awareness and support for March of Dimes research and community-oriented programs to ensure mothers have full-term pregnancies and healthy children.

  • E'town to host Open Water Swim Championship

    After several years in Ohio, Kentucky Swimming plans to move the Kentucky LSC Open Water Swim Championship to Elizabethtown this summer.

    The Elizabethtown Dolphin Swim Club approached Elizabethtown City Council Monday seeking authorization to host the championships at Freeman Lake on June 16.

    The 500-meter, straight-line course is broken up into age groups from 10 and under up to 15 and over, according to the Kentucky LSC Open Water Championship website. There are both individual and relay events.

  • Police search for missing Radcliff man

    The last time anyone saw or heard from Jeremy J. Lindsay, he was leaving his Radcliff residence Thursday afternoon following an argument with his wife, police say.

    Lindsay got in his small, white compact vehicle and left.

    Radcliff Police spokesman Bryce Shumate said police have searched various parts of Hardin County trying to find Lindsay and have alerted other police agencies around the state.

    As of Monday afternoon, he still had not been seen or found.

  • Traffic stop leads to arrest

    A routine traffic stop Saturday night turned into much more for an Elizabethtown man who now faces multiple drug charges.

    Dietrick Allen Osborne, 55, was stopped by Elizabethtown Police when the license plate on his 2001 black Ford Ranger truck wasn’t illuminated.

    When an EPD officer asked Osborne if he could search the vehicle, Osborne agreed, according to a citation.

  • Radcliff man missing

    Radcliff Police are currently looking for a missing adult.

    Jeremy J. Lindsay, 23, has not been seen since Thursday at 4 p.m. at his Radcliff residence.

    Lindsay is 5-foot-11 and 160 pounds with brown hair, and green eyes. He was last seen wearing  a pink T-shirt, blue jeans, and brown tennis shoes.

    Anyone with any information on his whereabouts, or any information on him, is asked to call Radcliff Police at (270) 351-4477, or the tip line at (270) 351-TIPS.


  • National Wear Red Day is Friday

    For many years, Julia Lucid felt pains in her upper arms and chest. Her initial diagnosis was muscle strains and pains.

    As it turned out, it was much more. Lucid had heart issues and had a stent placed.

    So her quest to bring awareness to the No. 1 killer in women — heart disease — is personal.

  • Local bridal showcase serves wedding needs

    Soon they will don white gowns, but on Sunday their impending nuptials were designated with hot pink stickers that declared, “I’m the Bride.”

    Bridal Showcase 2013, sponsored by The News-Enterprise, brought engaged women and couples from around the area to peruse what the community has to offer in terms of food, venues, attire and ways to look one’s best.

  • Frosty, foggy morning
  • Shepherdsville woman killed in Radcliff

    A woman crossing U.S. 31W near the Econo Lodge in Radcliff was struck by a vehicle Saturday night and has died.

    Theresa Rodriguez, 45, of Shepherdsville was struck by a southbound vehicle around 10 p.m.

    Police said the crash occurred about 30 feet south of the Spring Street and U.S. 31W intersection in the south bound lane.

    According to a preliminary investigation by Radcliff Police, Rodriguez was walking out of the Econo Lodge parking lot into southbound U.S. 31W headed toward Jerry’s Restaurant, directly across the street.

  • Photo: Radcliff Mayor's breakfast