Today's News

  • Building permits

    The following building permit information has been obtained from the Hardin County Planning and Development Commission and the Elizabethtown Planning Commission offices. The name of the applicant, applicant’s address and use of permit are listed.

    Justin and Daniella Keltner, 306 Casablanca Court, Cecilia. Use: Detached accessory structure.

  • LCHS senior a speech and debate All-American

    Landmark News Service

    Brian Anderson was named a National Speech and Debate Association All-American for the 2013-14 school year. The LaRue County High School student achieved this distinction by ending last school year ranked 21st in the nation.

  • Property transfers

    The following property transfers are listed on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown. FMV means fair market value and typically is based upon assessed taxable value.

    Robert Glenn and Amy M. Loyall to Robert M. and Lo Esa A. Bowersox, 1492 Blackjack Road, Radcliff, $110,500.

  • Radcliff City Council to reconsider Mac’s Mowing bill

    The Radcliff City Council should vote Tuesday on whether to pay its contracted tree limb removal service an extra $11,500.

    In August, the council came to a general consensus not to pay Mac’s Mowing and Tree Service in Vine Grove the requested money. The company said a strong late May storm caused crews to exceed normal operating costs.

  • Dump truck spill causes delays on I-65

    Motorists on northbound Interstate 65 were delayed Wednesday as traffic was reduced to one lane after a dump truck spilled a portion of its cargo.

    According to Kenny Aubrey of Kentuckiana Trucking, the tailgate of the dump truck was forced open after hitting a pothole. That caused the truck to spill some of its 12-ton load of wood particles.

  • Lunchbox memories prove valuable

    The other day my lunch consisted of what I refer to “lunchpail surprise.”

    Typically I will put together my lunch the evening before a work day. Usually it is leftovers that have been wrapped and frozen for a ready-to-eat meal. Sometimes it’s a sandwich I throw together.

  • Alexander's family is having a very bad day

    “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” may own the award for the longest movie title of the year but will it win over audiences?

  • Reducing costs and offering aid

    ISSUE: Community Labor Program introduced
    OUR VIEW: A solution that serves community

    When county government saves money, everyone wins and when that money-saving effort also produces a benefit, it’s that much better.

  • Local legislator in on medical marijuana debate

    State Rep. Tim Moore said he has heard so many “flippant” testimonies on medical marijuana that he’s nauseous.

    Serving on the Interim Joint Committee on Health and Welfare, Moore said he hears a testimony advocating for medicinal marijuana every week or every other week.

  • Mother accused of abuse to terminate parental rights

    One day before their separate trials were set to begin, a mother accepted a plea agreement to terminate parental rights for allowing her boyfriend to abuse her child.