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Today's News

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY PREVIEW: Run this town (08/22)

    They may have a different school name emblazoned on their jerseys, but the top girls’ runners at the area’s seven high schools have developed quite the friendly rivalry over the last several seasons.

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY PREVIEW: Run this town (08/22)

    Jack Breunig believes he caught lightning in a bottle last season.

    Led by the dynamic duo of Hannah Godfrey and Lexy Hazle, the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers finished second behind South Oldham in the KHSAA Class 2-A State Cross Country Meet in Lexington.

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY PREVIEW: Run this town (08/22)

    Jack Breunig believes he caught lightning in a bottle last season.

    Led by the dynamic duo of Hannah Godfrey and Lexy Hazle, the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers finished second behind South Oldham in the KHSAA Class 2-A State Cross Country Meet in Lexington.

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY PREVIEW: Run this town (08/22)

    Jack Breunig believes he caught lightning in a bottle last season.

    Led by the dynamic duo of Hannah Godfrey and Lexy Hazle, the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers finished second behind South Oldham in the KHSAA Class 2-A State Cross Country Meet in Lexington.

  • Senior Life: Now is the time to start planning

    If there was crystal ball to tell the future, life would be so much easier. Looking ahead to the future, we could plan more effectively, make decisions based on facts instead of intuition, and make the right choices the first time.

    But without a crystal ball, decisions and plans are made on intuition and gut feelings, often at the last minute instead of after long-term planning. This is what many face when caring for aging family members and loved ones.

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  • Women’s Equality Day recognizes works of women throughout history and in the present

    Abigail Adams asked her husband, John Adams, to “remember the ladies” as he was among the founders and presidents of a new United States system of government, Erika Diggs told a mostly full room.

    Community members gathered Sunday at All Nations Worship Ministries on Wiselyn Drive in Radcliff to honor women of history who helped clear the path for women’s equality.

    Applause filled the room when Diggs, a church member, said that having three women on the Supreme Court could barely be imagined 200 years ago.

  • New EHS football stadium under consideration

    As the high school football season begins, preliminary steps are under way that could lead to a new stadium for the Elizabethtown Panthers.

    The Elizabethtown Independent Schools’ board will ask the Kentucky Department of Education to approve its desire to use a portion of its bonding authority for a football field on the high school campus. The request also includes improvements for the system’s indoor pool at T.K. Stone Middle School.

  • Eight decades of memories pack Howevalley School

    It’s official. The long goodbye has begun for families with deep attachments to Howevalley Elementary School.
    In a way, it will be a goodbye to a way of life. Just as its establishment some eight decades ago closed the era of one-room schoolhouses in that western corner of Hardin County, there’s nothing quite like Howevalley left.

  • Return to Berlin

    Two Radcliff men spent the fall of 1961 playing a role in history as turmoil in Berlin escalated to the point a physical barrier was erected to divide the Soviet-occupied east side from the American-supported west side.

    This month marks the 50th anniversary of the start of construction of the Berlin Wall — an impasse of the Cold War that would take nearly 30 years to fall.