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Today's News

  • Traffic alert issued for WK Parkway

    An overturned semi has all of eastbound Western Kentucky Parkway blocked between Interstate 65 and U.S. 31W in Elizabethtown, according to the Transportation Cabinet.

    Eastbound traffic is being rerouted onto the northbound I-65 ramp, where motorists can follow the cloverleaf back onto westbound WK Parkway and reroute via the U.S. 31W Bypass exit which is less than a mile back.

  • North Middle band headed to national concert festival in 2015

    Next year is a big one for band programs in Radcliff.

    North Middle School band is the second middle school group in Kentucky to be invited to the Music for All Bands of America National Concert Band Festival.

  • Kitchen Adventures: Using Google, kitchen staples to create own adventure

    Many television cooking shows present contestants with certain ingredients and challenge them to come up with something.

    I do my own little cooking challenges sometimes. Today’s adventure is one of those.

    Sometimes I challenge myself to try a new recipe based on the ingredients in my cabinet and refrigerator.

  • 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.

    Steven H. Bush Revocable Trust and the estate of Steven H. Bush to Michael G. and Annette West, Lot 9, Bella Woods, Section 1, $40,000.

  • Grand jury adds to Hilton's murder charge

    After an indictment for participation in a drug ring last week, Michael Todd Hilton was indicted Monday by a specially called Hardin County grand jury for his involvement in a June 22 crash that killed an Elizabeth­town teen and injured two others, including his twin brother.

  • Join us on the Cattlemen's bus tour

  • Putting science into play

    It’s never too early to experiment with science.

    Hardin County Schools’ Early Child­hood Education Depart­ment is sponsoring a Science in Action mini-camp for children ages 3 to 6 this week at Howevalley Elementary School. The program gives children the opportunity to learn about science and how things work through hands-on activities.

  • Kitchen Adventures: Veggies, baked not fried

    Summertime means the garden is including a plethora of squash and zucchini.

    There’s so much you can do with these two vegetables and I try to find new recipes every year.

    You can fry them, bake them, use them in a salad and even in a veggie lasagna. Making squash or zucchini bread is tasty and can be easily frozen to enjoy at another time.

  • Dash of Class: More fresh-from-the-garden goodies

    A week ago, I highlighted fruits that are in season right now — peaches and blackberries — and this week I have some recipes for you that also are in season: zucchini, yellow squash and cucumbers.

  • Vine Grove man earns fraternity scholarship

    Aaron Vance, a Vine Grove resident and University of Louisville sophomore, is one of 10 nationally to receive the Charles M. Shaw Scholarship from Phi Kappa Tau Foundation.

    The scholarship, awarded annually, goes to students who show academic success, commitment to the ideals of Phi Kappa Tau and service to their college or university, community and local fraternity chapter.