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Today's News

  • Faces and Places: Hardin County Ink
  • Radcliff Council discusses alcohol sales fees, hours

    Radcliff City Council came to a consensus on business hours and licensing fees for alcohol sales at a work session Thursday evening. The council is in the process of completing the city’s alcohol ordinance, which the council plans to vote on in the coming weeks.

    The council decided to set operating hours equally for all types of businesses and licenses, including bars, restaurants and package stores. The hours were set at 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday, and 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday.

  • GIRLS' MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL: T.K. Stone wins eighth-grade title (11/18)

    Patty Lucas knows the T.K. Stone Lady Panthers are in good hands when Erin Boley is on the floor.

    Boley scored a game-high 21 points to lead host T.K. Stone to a 41-28 win over Stuart Pepper on Thursday in the championship of the Middle School Athletic Conference Eighth-Grade Girls’ Basketball Tournament.

  • GIRLS' MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL: East Hardin tops T.K. Stone in overtime in seventh-grade final (11/18)

    In a big moment Thursday night, one of East Hardin’s youngest players delivered a championship for the Lady Rebels.

    Sixth-grader Megan Kolley hit one free throw with 16.7 seconds left in overtime to help East Hardin fend off host T.K. Stone, 37-35 in the Middle School Athletic Conference Seventh-Grade Girls’ Basketball Tournament championship game.

    “I was shaking to death. I didn’t know what I was going to do,” said Kolley, who scored three points. “But I trusted in my team and we believed we could win this.”

  • David Toczko’s photos on display at Capitol

    The Kentucky Arts Council selected three of David Toczko’s photos for the “Kentucky Visions at the Capitol” exhibit.

    Chosen photos titled “The Simple Gift of Autumn,” “Golden Broom” and “Shadows on Chest” were taken at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
    The exhibit is on display in the capitol annex in Frankfort through mid April.

  • Advance party of 3/1 returns home

    Tears flowed down Spc. Jack McMillan’s face as he met his 8-week-old daughter, Kendall, for the first time Thursday afternoon.

    Overcome with emotion, he embraced his wife, Ashley, and his family who had traveled to Fort Knox to welcome him home after a year in Afghanistan.

    McMillan was one of more than 50 soldiers who returned as part of an advance party for the redeployment of the 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division.

  • Holmes attends Fort Knox Retiree Appreciation Dinner

    Radcliff City Councilman Stan Holmes, left, attended the Fort Knox Retiree Appreciation Dinner; he is pictured with the guest speaker, Air Force Lt Gen Stanley E. Clarke III, commander of the Continental U.S. North American Aerospace Defense Command Region.

  • Garden Club tours Baker Arboretum and Museum

    Fifteen members of the Garden Club of Elizabethtown recently went on a field trip to the Baker Arboretum and Museum in Bowling Green.
    It was a beautiful day to walk along the paths with the group’s guide, Peggy McGillip, and observe the fall colors and the Arboretum’s huge collection of conifer, dogwood and Japanese maple trees.
    The museum features the art works of Kentucky native Joe Downing, who died in 2007, as well as antique and contemporary sculpture, fountains and garden ornaments.

  • 'A Christmas Story' plays twice today at the State Theater

    Join Ralphie on his quest for an Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle at the Historic State Theater this weekend.

    Popular holiday classic “A Christmas Story” (1983) will kick off the holiday movie season at the State.

    Frequently quoted at Christmastime, the film follows young Ralphie who tries everything he can to get his favorite BB gun despite everyone’s insistence that he’ll shoot his eye out.

  • Defense files motion to sever counts in dismissed teacher's criminal case

    A hearing is scheduled Tuesday in the case against Steven Gray after the defense filed a motion to sever the two counts against the former Central Hardin High School teacher earlier this week.

    Gray was fired last November after a Hardin County Schools official received an anonymous phone call alleging the teacher had engaged in sexual contact with students. In December, state police charged Gray with two counts of first-degree sexual abuse.