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Today's News

  • PREP BASEBALL: Central seniors enjoy plenty of success (6/9)

    The Central Hardin Bruins have had quite the three-year stretch despite it ending Friday night with a 10-3 loss to Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park in the 2013 Forcht Bank/KHSAA State Baseball Tournament at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in Lexington.

    The Bruins have won more than 30 games each of the last three years and they are 101-20 during that stretch.

  • PREP BASEBALL OPINION: Breakdowns prove costly in loss (6/9)

    The Central Hardin Bruins have become the class of the 5th Region by being fundamentally sound in every aspect of the game.

    If there’s a runner on first, the Bruins move him over with a bunt.

    If a ball can’t be caught in the outfield, the Bruins take the right angle to limit the damage.

    If a pitcher is struggling, the Bruins make him pay.

    If there’s a sure out on a play, the Bruins get it.

  • Adjusting to new realities and future opportunities

    ISSUE: Commission on Military Affairs and CORE
    OUR VIEW: Working together for positive growth

  • Helping Hand of Hope breaks ground on new office

    As attendees gathered to witness the next chapter in the story of Helping Hand of Hope, the Rev. Chuck Walker reminded everyone that the organization’s Christian mission is not new.

    “We’re continuing something God started about 2,000 years ago,” Walker said.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Down four runs and down to final five outs, Central Hardin stuns Male (06/09)

    OWENSBORO The Central Hardin Lady Bruins could have used a 4-hour rain delay Friday afternoon to contemplate what could have been the final five offensive outs of their season.

    Instead, they finally found their groove.

    Scoreless through their first 12 innings of the Rawlings/KHSAA State Softball Tournament, the 5th Region Tournament champions erupted for six runs off six hits in the final two innings to stun the 7th Region champion Louisville Male Lady Bulldogs, 6-4 in the first round of the loser’s bracket.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Central falls to PRP in state semifinals (6/9)

    The third inning had been kind to the Central Hardin Bruins in the Forcht Bank/KHSAA State Baseball Tournament.

    In their two previous games, the Bruins had scored four runs and they added another Friday night to build a 2-0 lead in what looked like a dream scenario for getting to the state championship.

    But that quickly changed into a nightmare.

    The Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park Panthers erupted for a 10-run third inning and cruised to a 10-3 victory over Central Hardin in the second semifinal at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in Lexington.

  • Army ROTC brigade changes command at Fort Knox

    U.S. Army Cadet Command’s 1st Brigade welcomed new leadership Thursday.

    Col. David Wood succeed Col. Michael Blahovec in ROTC Cadet Command at Fort Knox. First Brigade Command Sgt. Maj. Darin Smith was also surpassed by Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher Martinez during the ceremony.

  • Local leaders support Relay for Life

    Local leaders Radcliff Councilman Stan Holmes, Mayor J.J. Duvall and District 1 Magistrate Roy Easter support Relay for Life.

  • LCHS begins search for new principal

    In the wake of the resignation of LaRue County High School Principal Paul Mullins, the school’s site-based decision-making council is “left with the difficult task of replacing” him, said council member and teacher Justin Craft.

    Mullins, after eight years at the helm of LCHS, has accepted a position as superintendent of schools in Garrard County.

    At its last meeting, the council approved an online survey to gather information from the community on “what qualities it wants in our next principal at LCHS.”

  • Nolin RECC plans 75th annual meeting

    Nolin RECC invites its members and the community to attend the 2013 annual meeting to enjoy the classic country music and humor of Mike Snider and to visit booths and exhibits designed for the family fun.