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For Janet Cleveland, Vine Grove’s Dickens of a Christmas festival wasn’t just a chance to shop from local vendors, listen to Christmas music or see Santa. It was a homecoming.
It’s been 46 years since Cleveland last was inside the Brown Street Education Center gym. Back then, it was called North Hardin High School, and she was a student.
For his first Christmas, 3-month old Tyler Rustad received what his mother, Amber, described as the greatest gift ever: Daddy came home from Afghanistan.
Lt. Col. Rob Rustad returned to Fort Knox early Saturday morning along with about 60 3rd Sustainment Command Expeditionary soldiers.
Southbound travel near mile-marker 82 in Hardin County on Interstate 65 has been reduced to one lane as the right lane is blocked until base failure repairs can be completed.
An Elizabethtown woman is in the Hardin County Detention Center after she was arrested Thursday afternoon and charged with cutting her dog with a razor in order to acquire pain medication for her own use.
Military service runs deep in Donna Betson’s family.
Between her late father, her husband and son, more than 60 years of service can be tallied.
“The soldier is very important to me and to the things that have been instilled in me,” Betson said.
The outbreak of flu-like symptoms is being reported as "regional'' according to a Lincoln Trail District Health Department news release.
When Santa Claus comes into Elizabethtown on Saturday, he will be accompanied by a full slate of events for families.
The city of Elizabethtown, in conjunction with the Elizabethtown Heritage Council, sponsors Light Up Downtown on Saturday with activities lasting from 9 a.m. and into the evening hours.
A second Christmas festival scheduled for this weekend has drowned.
Vine Grove has canceled today’s Dickens of a Christmas events citing poor weather, Mayor Blake Proffitt said.
The robbery of a pizza delivery employee earlier this year of $20 will cost a second Radcliff teenager up to eight years in prison.
Dominic Lunsford, 17, was sentenced in Hardin Circuit Court on a first-degree robbery charge. He, along with Temorris Davis, were charged as adults in the case.
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