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  • Deadline to participate in Heartland Festival Parade is July 29

    Elizabethtown officials are reminding residents the deadline is approaching to participate in the Heartland Festival Parade.

    Entries can include antique cars and tractors, car clubs limited to 12 vehicles, marching units, walkers, performing groups, floats, bands, horses and elected officials.

    The deadline is 5 p.m. July 29.

    Applications are available at heartlandfestivalinthepark.com. The application lists a fax number and mailing address at which it can be submitted. Residents also can return them to Elizabethtown City Hall on West Dixie Avenue.

  • Father, son among those charged with making meth

    A response to a domestic dispute Tuesday ended in the arrest of three people in Elizabethtown on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine.

    Darren A Dennison, 18, of Elizabethtown; his father, Shawn Dennison, 38, of Custer; and Darren Dennison’s girlfriend, Selena E. Ratliff, 18, of Elizabethtown, all were arrested and charged with manufacturing meth.

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  • Radcliff man advocates fireworks limitations

    From Rick Skoog’s perspective, Independence Day is a one-day affair, and enough is enough concerning fireworks.

    Skoog, a military veteran and civilian employee at Fort Knox, asked Radcliff City Council to consider enacting an ordinance limiting the number of days residents can use fireworks during its Tuesday night voting meeting. He also challenged the council to enforce its own noise ordinance and state restrictions governing fireworks use.

  • Fair Board CEO embraces challenges of job

    A lot is going on at the Kentucky Exhibition Center these days. Kentucky Kingdom is being rebuilt, Cardinal Stadium is scheduled to come down and the State Fair Board’s namesake event, the Kentucky State Fair, opens in only 27 days.

  • Heat wave inspires fun and caution

    The season’s first extended period of temperatures in the 90s means some seasonal businesses and services are bustling.

    Other area employees and at-risk groups have to take special care not to be harmed by sweltering conditions.

    The pool at Radcliff’s Colvin Community Center on Freedom Way has maintained steady attendance.

    The idea that baking heat leads to crowded pools is only partly true, city Recreation Director Lori Jury said.

  • Guthrie to vie for re-election

    A day after publicly challenging the Pentagon’s plan to inactivate the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, at Fort Knox, U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie said he plans to keep his seat in Congress next year.

    The Bowling Green Republican announced his intentions to run for re-election in the 2nd Congressional District, citing the divide between Democrats and Republicans and his desire to build a future for the next generation that is not saddled with horrendous debt and unbalanced budgets.

  • Second Army Soldier Show is tonight

    A second U.S. Army Soldier Show has been added at Waybur Theater on post starting at 7 tonight. Doors open at 6:15 p.m.

    The U.S. Army Soldier Show is a “high-energy, 90-minute live musical production that showcases the talents of active-duty soldiers who were handpicked for their talents from throughout the Army,” according to a recent Fort Knox news release. The first show was Tuesday night.

  • Trial dates change in murder, rape cases

    A pair of trials, one concerning a murder charge and the other involving child rape charges, have had their court dates altered.

    Hardin Circuit Judge Ken Howard had a scheduling conflict related to a personal matter that required those trial dates to be changed.

    Howard made arrangements with the defendants and their attorneys Tuesday.

    The trial date for Jamie B. Wagers, 25, of Elizabethtown has been changed to 9 a.m. Oct. 21. The previously scheduled date was Aug. 12.

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