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  • Little Caesars Love Kitchen to stop at Warm Blessings

    The Little Caesars Love Kitchen, a pizza kitchen on wheels, has made stops around the United States and Canada over the last 27 years, feeding more than 2 million people.

    Today, the Love Kitchen will be in Elizabethtown at Warm Blessings. According to a news release from Little Caesars, the Love Kitchen has made stops in 48 states and four Canadian provinces in “meeting the needs of the hungry, the homeless and disaster survivors.’’

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  • Radcliff council clashes on conflict questions

    A dispute over a potential conflict of interest exploded as Councilwoman Barbara Baker and Councilman Edward Palmer locked horns during Tuesday night’s council meeting.

    Palmer called on his colleagues to institute its own code of ethics in the wake of knowledge that members of the council or their immediate family had applied for liquor licenses in the city.

  • Radcliff appeals to residents for assistance

    Mayor J.J. Duvall called on Radcliff residents to contact members of Hardin Fiscal Court and ask magistrates to reject an ordinance under consideration that would mandate all trash generated by county residents be taken to the Pearl Hollow Landfill.
    Duvall said county government has the right to establish the mandate by state law but it could severely tie the hands of cities, making it difficult to find the best deal for their residents.

  • HMH holding half million dollar shortfall

    Hardin Memorial Hospital’s budget is facing some struggles midway through the fiscal cycle.

    HMH Chief Financial Officer Elmer Cummings presented a report to the Board of Trustees Tuesday morning showing the hospital is holding a roughly $571,000 budget shortfall after a rough November and a December that showed modest gains.

  • Church construction aimed at outreach

    An Elizabethtown church is closer to settling in a new building.

    Site work has begun on the 17.6-acre property on North Miles Street to construct a new home for First Christian Church.

    Planners have completed architectural drawings and submitted them to state officials for approval.

    Congregation members moved in November 2010 out of the building on North Mulberry Street near Elizabethtown High School, which they had occupied for 50 years.

  • HMH to buy electronic health record for ER

    The Hardin Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees on Tuesday approved a plan to expand the hospital’s electronic health record into the Emergency Department.

    The board authorized the purchase of the T-System Emergency Department Information System for $967,880 for the ER as part of HMH’s efforts to integrate the hospital to digital records to meet the requirements of a federal mandate.

    The plan includes more than $860,000 in software licensing, implementation and training costs as well as $100,000 in hardware costs.

  • E’town prescription shop broken into

    Elizabethtown Police are investigating a weekend break-in at Jeff’s Prescription Shop at 2415 Ring Road.

    Police responded to the business just after 7 p.m. Saturday because of an activated alarm, according to a news release.

    Upon arrival, officers found the front door glass was broken out and several items were knocked over and pushed off the counter, according to the release. The suspects already had fled the scene.

    No medication appeared to have been taken, said Virgil Willoughby, EPD public information officer.

  • Officials identify Rineyville fire victims

    Because of the extensive damage caused to the home, authorities have been unable to determine what ignited a fire that claimed the lives of two people Monday morning in the Rineyville area.

    Homeowner Houston “Butch” Beswick, 44, and Carol Crain, 49, were found dead inside a bedroom toward the back of the Long Fellow Road home in rural Hardin County, said Shane Crutcher, chief of Rineyville Fire Department. A dog also was killed in the blaze.

    Hardin County Coroner Dr. Bill Lee confirmed Tuesday the cause of death was smoke inhalation.

  • Photos: Washing off the salt