Today's News

  • Auction discovery possesses rare value

    On a cold Friday night before spring arrived, my sister attended an indoor auction — more for entertainment than acquisition.

    Attending auctions can be fun. A good auctioneer puts on a great show from the melodic chant of the sale to the comedic banter between offerings.

  • PREP SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Central Hardin stuns No. 1 McCracken County in 4-0 weekend (4/20)

    The sixth-ranked Central Hardin Lady Bruins went 4-0 in the Greenwood Border Battle over the weekend, including an upset of top-ranked McCracken County.

    Central Hardin (15-2-1) beat McCracken County, 3-2 and Muhlenberg County, 7-3 on Saturday. The Lady Bruins beat Barren County, 10-0 and Calloway County, 10-0 in six innings Friday.

    * Senior Jessica Nall (7-0) struck out seven and gave up seven hits and two runs to lead Central Hardin over McCracken County, which had won 15 straight.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: North rolls past Lady Bulldogs (04/18)

    In what’s been one of his most trying seasons as a head coach, North Hardin’s Donnie Baker hopes Thursday is a sign of good things to come for the Trojans.

    Freshman Kara Bailey hit a grand slam and the visiting Trojans pounded out 20 hits as they rolled past 17th District foe John Hardin, 14-3 in five innings.

    Bailey’s slam was part of a seven-run third inning that helped North Hardin (3-13, 1-2 district) break the game open after falling behind 2-1 in the first.

  • Former Radcliff resident competes on Food Network show

    When it comes to passion for her career, Dee Davis Dotson has a spoonful to share.

    The 1994 North Hardin High School graduate and owner of Dee-liteful Bites in Memphis, Tenn., puts her passion for food to the test during a Food Network competition show, “Food Court Wars,” which airs at 8 p.m. tonight.

  • PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Bruins go 3-0, extend winning streak to nine (4/20)

    The No. 17 Central Hardin Bruins went 3-0 over the weekend in their own Wooden Bat Classic. The Bruins (13-5), who have won nine straight, beat Campbellsville, 6-5 in eight innings and Casey County, 10-0 in five innings Saturday after beating West Jessamine, 3-2 on Friday.

    * Central Hardin senior Bart Herrin, courtesy running for sophomore Ean Barker after he led off the bottom of the eighth with a double, scored on a throwing error to lift the Bruins over Campbellsville.

  • PREP TRACK ROUNDUP: Saturday's Results (04/20)





    LEXINGTON Results from Saturday’s Heart of the Bluegrass at Henry Clay:

    Team Results (17 Teams)

      1. North Hardin (NH)                      129 points

  • COLLEGE BASEBALL: Former E'town standout Thomas on Johnny Bench watch list (04/20)

    LEXINGTON — Kentucky senior catcher Micheal Thomas was named to the midseason watch list for the Johnny Bench Award, which is given annually to the best catcher in college baseball. It was announced by the Greater Wichita Area Sports Commission on Friday afternoon.

  • GIRLS' PREP HOOPS: Boley named honorable mention All-American (4/20)

    Erin Boley picked up another prestigious honor over the weekend.

    The 6-foot-2 Elizabethtown forward was named an honorable mention All-American by MaxPreps.com. She was the only Kentucky girls’ player to earn a spot on the team.

  • Calf captured safely by teen owner

    When Imari Doyle was startled from her sleep Saturday morning, she put on her boots and ran out of her house.

    Her calf, Lilly Mae, a 1-year-old black Angus, escaped overnight from a corral at her home on Springfield Road in Elizabethtown.

    “The top of the cattle gate was bent with the lock still on it,” Imari said. “I think she jumped the gate.”

  • Calf returned unharmed to owner

    A calf and her owner have been reunited after Elizabethtown police and residents spent part of Saturday searching for the escaped animal in residential neighborhoods. 

    Imari Doyle, a student at Central Hardin High School, said her cow escaped overnight from her home on Springfield Road. The animal is a school project for her FFA club.

    Lilly Mae, a 1-year-old black Angus calf with tag A09, was captured in a residential neighborhood near the U.S. 31W Bypass in Elizabethtown. She was returned unharmed.