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An Indiana man is facing a kidnapping charge after a woman who fled into an Elizabethtown bowling alley called police.
Louie Lawson, 35, of Corydon, Indiana, was arrested Sunday night and faces a number of felony charges, including kidnapping.
After seeing results from Hardin Fiscal Court’s state audit, Judge-Executive Harry Berry compared it to a final exam.
With four infractions recorded by the state auditor’s office, Berry said it was equivalent to the county scoring a 98 or a 99.
In a standing-room-only crowd filled with supporters on both sides of the issue, Elizabethtown City Council heard from three residents in support of a fairness ordinance and one person opposed.
Elizabethtown officials are holding an open house of sorts to rid a house set for demolition of items the public may want.
A residence known as the Garnett House will be open from noon to 1:30 p.m. Saturday for the public to come in and bid on fixtures, said Robert Bush, the city’s stormwater director.
Sunday afternoon’s ceremony marked a first in the history of the Women’s Equality Day celebration held annually by All Nations Worship Ministries in Radcliff, as organizers presented the 2015 Humanitarian Award in memory of a woman.
Beth White’s career has revolved around being a part of major milestones, memories and moments in people’s lives.
The owner of Elizabethtown Florist and Greenhouse soon will be celebrating a milestone herself but she isn’t sure when.
“It’s all going to work out when it works out,” White said.
After eight months and $400,000, Hardin County Water District No. 2 has completed its switch to chloramine, clearing the way for the local utility to tap the Ohio River.
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