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  • Two Radcliff men arrested in Vine Grove robbery

    Radcliff police served arrest warrants Sunday and Monday on suspects in a Sept. 29 robbery in a Vine Grove parking lot.

    Timothy B. Holmes Jr., 25, and James E. Johnson, 25, both of Radcliff, are charged with complicity to commit first-degree robbery. They are scheduled for video arraignments today in Hardin District Court.

    Vine Grove Chief Kenny Mattingly said Holmes and Johnson are suspects in a robbery alleged to have occurred in the Dollar General parking lot at 639 Highland Ave.

  • EIS superintendent sets June retirement

    Gary French, superintendent of Elizabethtown Independent Schools, has announced he will retire at the end of the school year.

    French informed the EIS board members a few weeks ago, he said, and held a staff meeting to make the announcement at the end of last week.

    French was selected as superintendent in 2009, and he said he had always intended to serve through just one term of his contract, which will end in June 2013.

  • Tindall steps down as USA Cares chairman

    A key player in the founding of Radcliff military charity USA Cares has accepted a diminished role in the organization as he looks toward retirement.

    Retired Maj. Gen. John R. Tindall Jr. has stepped down as chairman of the organization, a role he has held since the board of directors’ inception, said Loni White, communications director for USA Cares.

  • Radcliff, Fort Knox unveil Saunders Springs expansion

    After weather washed out the first attempt, Radcliff and Fort Knox partnered Monday morning to unveil the new Saunders Springs Annex off Wilson Road at Saunders Springs Nature Preserve.

    During the short ceremony, Radcliff Mayor J.J. Duvall unveiled a decorative quilt square display beside the log cabins near the preserve entrance while Col. Bruce Jenkins, Fort Knox garrison commander, promoted the deepening relationship between the city and post.

  • Resident evils: Zombiefest draws undead to Elizabethtown

    Zombies mingled with the living Saturday in and around Public Square in Elizabethtown.

    Jeremie Ervin said his family caused a stir when they stopped for gas coming from their Flaherty home in their tattered clothes streaked with red makeup and painted white faces smeared with red around their mouths.

    He laughed as he talked about the customers and employees there whipping their heads around to stare.

  • Local graduate sees vice presidential debate in person

    Shana Roark didn’t know her college experience would include watching the 2012 vice presidential candidates trade verbal barbs from two rows away.

    The 2009 graduate of North Hardin High School had invited her parents to Centre College, where she is a senior, to watch the debate on the school’s lawn.

    It was being projected on a large screen where community members of all parties could eat popcorn and shout sentiments at the televised candidates together.

  • League changes election format

    With the general election just weeks away, The League of Women Voters of Hardin County is spicing up the format it uses to bring candidates’ viewpoints to the public in two contested local races.

    The league has partnered with Hardin County Educational and Community Television to film individual segments for each candidate running for Elizabethtown and Radcliff City Councils as they address a number of hard-hitting issues, said Gina Ryan, HCEC-TV director.

  • Escapee caught

    An escaped inmate from the Hardin County Detention Center has been captured.

    Robert W. Wilson, 23, of Elizabethtown, was located Saturday night by the Elizabethtown Police Department.

    It is believed he walked away from custody on Oct. 5 while he was being moved and a sergeant with the detention center went to retrieve Wilson’s belongings before he was transported, according to a news release from Kentucky State Police.

  • Shuttle service available to Veterans Tribute opening

    If bad weather should muddy the opening ceremony for the Hardin County Veterans Tribute on Nov. 11, organizers have a backup plan.

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