Today's News

  • Two dead in shooting at Radcliff home

    A Radcliff couple is dead following a fatal shooting incident inside a Radcliff home on Dogwood Drive off South Boundary Road.

    Wendy Bays, 47, and her husband, William Bays, 50, suffered fatal gunshot wounds and were found dead around 9 p.m. inside their 190 Dogwood Drive home. The house is in a residential neighborhood near the southern edge of Radcliff.

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  • ECTC to host 'Evening with the Stars'

    After hearing from an astronaut, the community will have the opportunity learn about space itself.

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College is hosting its second in a series of events focused on science and technology at 7 p.m. Monday in Room 112 of the James S. Owen Building, formerly known as the Administration Building.

    The event, “An Evening with the Stars,” is an informational session on stars, planets and meteors, and participants have an opportunity to view them through a telescope, according to an ECTC news release.

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members attend conference

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown attended the Fourth District Conference in Shepherdsville on Sept. 21. The Bullitt County Woman’s Club was the host club. This is the annual arts and crafts contest of the clubs in the Fourth District. There were 25 entries from the club with seven first-place winners who will advance to the April 2014 GFWC Kentucky Convention at the Brown Hotel in Louisville

  • Zonta Club hosts 20th annual golf scramble

    The Zonta Club of Elizabethtown held its 20th annual golf scramble Sept. 15, at the Heartland Golf Course. The proceeds will benefit Helping Hand of Hope and the Zonta Scholarship for Women fund.

    Members of the winning team were Ricky Brashear, Mark Roberts, Loy Brashear and Austin Brashear.

    The club will meet at 6 p.m. Oct. 24, at Shoneys in Elizabethtown.

    For information about the club, contact Ruth Ellen Stanley at 270-723-7399 or visit www.zonta.org.

  • KSP investigating death of Meade County resident

    Kentucky State Police Post 4 is investigating the death of a Vine Grove man after a family member found him unresponsive Thursday morning at his home on Angel Court in Meade County.

    Stephen Patrick McKinney, 39, recently had been "complaining of and dealing with several medical issues," according to a news release from the Elizabethtown post. Foul play is not suspected.

    Police responded to McKinney's home after receiving a call at 8:40 a.m. Thursday from Meade County Dispatch. Detective Ryan Johnson is investigating.

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  • Vine Grove man arrested in connection to E'town robbery

    A Vine Grove man is charged with robbery after police say he shut a car door Tuesday night on a Lowe's employee's arm while attempting to shoplift from the home-improvement store in Elizabethtown.

    Kyle S. Heim, 32, is charged with first-degree robbery. He was arrested Wednesday afternoon at Kwik Cash Pawn & Gun in Radcliff.

    According to a citation, Heim allegedly entered Lowe’s at 9:39 p.m. Tuesday and removed a DeWalt Tool Kit from a shelf.

  • White Mills Civic League appreciates community support

    Part of living in a small community is the joy of envisioning and completing projects with your neighbors. Watching people invest their time and skills working together truly is a joy. Recently a few men band together to clean off some of the debris from the dam at White Mills. I want to thank Dwight Morgan, Bobby Singer and Scott Nall for taking on that project.

    Also, Spurrier Graham and Jim Scudder worked in order to make repairs on the playground at the ball park.

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