Local News

  • Radcliff mayor candidate has campaign sign issues

    Radcliff mayoral candidate Jacob Pearman is in violation of campaign laws.

    In Kentucky, all signs which “expressly advocate” a candidate’s election must have the words “paid for by” followed by the appropriate name. As of this week, all of Pearman’s signage lacks the legally required disclaimer or have one with the wrong information.

  • Marching bands look forward to competing in state quarterfinals

    Three local marching bands are looking forward to the Kentucky Music Educators Associa­tion’s State Quarterfinals this Saturday.

  • Hospital's audit comes back clean

    A independent audit of financial practices at Hardin Memorial Hospital returned a clean bill of health for the hospital.

    In a presentation given to the HMH board of trustees, Mary McKinley, an official with accounting firm BKD, said the hospital’s audit was “unmodified or clean of any issue.”

  • Rineyville man faces numerous charges, including rape

    A Rineyville man will appear in Hardin District Court today to face charges of forcing his girlfriend to perform sex acts after striking her with a belt.

    Clinton Smallwood, 55, of the 900 block of Long Hollow Road remains in the Hardin County Detention Center in lieu of a $250,000 cash bond for a variety of charges.

  • Church to host police, public for breakfast

    New Hope Missi­on­ary Baptist Church is inviting Radcliff police officers, and city residents, to a free homemade breakfast that will include grits, eggs and sausage.

    Radcliff City Councilman Jack Holland will cook the meal and hopes it will allow residents to get to know their police force better and vice versa.

  • Share your Halloween photos

    Do you have some interesting or scary Halloween decorations at your house? If so, we would like to see them.

    In our Sunday, Nov. 2 Faces and Places section, we will showcase reader-submitted Halloween pictures from around Hardin County. Please send in one JPEG photo only of the decorations and please list name and hometown of where the decorations are located.

  • Radcliff refuses to reimburse Mac's Mowing

    A Radcliff City Council motion to reimburse its contracted tree limb removal service for above-normal expenses failed Tuesday night.

  • Juvenile sentenced to 10 years

    A Radcliff teen arrested within 11 minutes of an armed robbery in January at a Dollar General was sentenced to 10 years.

    Attorney Harolyn Howard made a motion to remand the case against Telfon George Hogan Jr., 16, to district court for the juvenile docket, but the motion was overruled by Judge Ken Howard.

  • HMH makes financial progress

    For the second straight month, Hardin Memorial Hospital officials reported a gain in net revenue.

    According to John Dempsey, chief financial officer for the hospital, a total net patient revenue of $20,322,000 was posted September. Dempsey made the report Wednesday at the monthly board of trustees meeting.

  • After 43 years, Dr. Lee calls it a dental career

    When Dr. Bill Lee graduated from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry in 1969, he could not have anticipated his career path taking the winding roads it has.