Today's News

  • Operation Preparation: EIS helps students plan future

    The state’s focus on preparing students for life beyond high school has fallen in line with work Elizabethtown Independent Schools has done for years.

    Elizabethtown High School and T.K. Stone Middle School held Power Pact events earlier this month in which students spoke to advisers about the upcoming year’s classes and reviewed options regarding careers and colleges.

  • Radcliff man accused of impersonating soldier, police officer

    A Radcliff man who is not enlisted in the military faces federal charges after FBI investigators say he used a U.S. Army uniform to solicit money and enter Fort Knox.

    Jonathan W. Short, 23, is charged with wire fraud, false personation of an officer or employee of the United States, entering or attempting to enter property owned by the U.S. under false or fraudulent pretenses to commit a felony and false statement or representation/obstruction of justice.

  • Allegro Dance Theatre performs under the sea

    The Little Mermaid swims her way to the stage tonight in Allegro Dance Theatre’s musical theater ensemble production.

    Auditions were so successful director Carol Zagar triple cast the lead.

    “I chose to multiple-cast the part of Ariel because I had three young ladies who prepared and did well during their audition and deserved the part,” Zagar said.

    Including private performances for local students, there are nine performances so each actress performs as Ariel three times.

  • History draws many to Celtic music

    Celtic music comes to the forefront of many minds as St. Patrick’s Day approaches, but for some it’s more than a once-a-year experience.

    Associated with Scottish and Irish culture, Celtic music as a genre is debated by some. Still, many have a concept, both accurate and erroneous, of what Celtic music is.

  • Until state officials act, be careful on Interstate 65

    ISSUE: Recent crashes

    OUR VIEW: Wrecks often involve commercial vehicles

    It is one of Kentucky’s most heavily traveled and dangerous highways. The high speed commerce, commuting and casual vehicle traffic that circulates north and south along Interstate 65’s corridor on a daily basis regularly collides, and too often with violent and deadly results.

    So far, March has been yet another month where tragic crashes have caused serious injury and fatality on the stretch running through this region.

  • PREP TENNIS ROUNDUP: Thursday's Results (03/15)




    Central Hardin 5, Fort Knox 0

    CECILIA — Scores from Thursday’s match at Central Hardin High School:


    Tad Skaggs (CH) def. Mason Roberts (FK), 6-0, 6-0

    Kevin Britt (CH) def. Troy Boxrucker (FK), 6-0, 6-0


  • PREP TRACK & FIELD ROUNDUP: Tuesday's Results (03/15)





    BARDSTOWN — Central Hardin's results from Tuesday's meet at Nelson County High School:

    Girls’ Team Results

  • COLLEGE SOFTBALL: Elizabethtown Sports Park hosting eight-team tournament next three days (03/15)

    It has undergone some changes since it was announced six months ago, but the United States Collegiate Athletic Association’s 16-game Preseason Invitational will be contested the next three days at the Elizabethtown Sports Park.

    It is the Sports Park’s first collegiate event after focusing on youth and travel-ball events.

  • PREP BASEBALL/SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: John Hardin opens with win (03/15)

    The John Hardin Bulldogs started the season off on the right foot.

    The Bulldogs rallied from a three-run deficit to post a 9-4 victory over homestanding Louisville Seneca on Thursday in their season opener.

    Junior Dale Gumm went 3-for-4 with a double and triple. He scored twice and drove in a run. Sophomore Dakoda Rothermel was 3-for-4 with two doubles, two RBIs and a run scored.

    Senior Montaque Pittman had a double and single, while freshman Landon Sisk collected two singles.

    Sophomore Dajour Strong earned his first Bulldog win.

  • Blessed be the caretakers

    “Woe unto you, lawyers,” Jesus Christ himself once said.

    Fast forward 20 centuries and Christ could have had the personal-injury, ambulance-chasing kind of lawyer in mind.

    You’ve seen these law-benders’ brand of advertising: targeting doctors doing their best to alleviate patients’ pain through joint replacements or soliciting victims of diseases you’ve never heard of.