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Today's News

  • Melloans celebrate 40th anniversary

    Johnny and Joni Mel-loan of Elizabethtown celebrated their 40th wed-ding anniversary Dec. 31, 2011.
    They were married Dec. 31, 1971, at Cosby United Methodist Church in Hardyville.
    They have two children,  Amanda Williams and Mark Melloan; and four grandchildren.

  • 2011 in photos
  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Friday's Results (01/01)

    The Elizabethtown Lady Panthers (10-1) won a pair of games Friday to clinch the title in the four-team round-robin Owensboro DQ Holiday Classic.

    *** In the early game, senior guard Kaylyn Cecil scored a team-high 16 points as Elizabethtown cruised past Owensboro, 69-30.

    Senior guard Tara Gilpin added 12 points and four rebounds, while junior post Alexis Powell had nine points, four steals and three rebounds.

    Owensboro (2-10) trailed by 10 points before making its first field goal.

  • PREP WRESTLING ROUNDUP: Woodford County, Christian County invitational results (01/01)

    WRESTLING

    PREP

    WOODFORD COUNTY INVITATIONAL

    VERSAILLES Central Hardin results from Thursday and Friday’s 28-team Woodford County Invitational:

    Team Results

    6. Central Hardin (CH), 154 points

    Individual Results

  • Focus on Finance: Credit and auto insurance can upset your budget

    Question: Recently I was asked by my insurance agent on a scale of 1-10, what is the rating of my credit score. My reply: I have a good credit rating. But after thinking about it, what was the point of the question? 

    Answer: Credit scores determine how much we spend or even how much we can save. They also determine what types of products you buy and how long those products may or may not last.  

  • Search on for Radcliff man in LaRue County slaying

    The residence where Kristie Lynne Allen died Friday evening was quiet Saturday morning, like the rest of College Street in Buffalo. Two dogs lay in the yard and the house still was decorated for Christmas.

    Nothing indicated Kentucky State Police were summoned to the house Friday after a caller said a woman had been found dead.

    An Elizabethtown woman was arrested Saturday in connection to the killing, but police still  are looking for two individuals who they say stole Allen’s car.

  • Juveniles cited for theft

    Three juveniles were cited for theft by unlawful taking Friday after allegedly taking items from unlocked vehicles in Elizabethtown.

    Elizabethtown Police Department was called to the Tricia Lane area on reports of someone entering another individual’s vehicle, then received another call about three males running and entering a silver sports car. EPD stopped that vehicle and after searching the car with consent they found a satellite radio, radar detector, a Game Boy and electronic chargers.

  • Radcliff man charged with sex crimes

    A Radcliff man has been charged with sodomy and sexual abuse after an alleged sexual encounter with an underage girl.

    Elijah Khalid Hampton, 18, of 119 Alisha Court, was arrested Tuesday and charged with second-degree sodomy and second-degree sexual abuse, said Bryce Shumate, spokesman for Radcliff Police Department. Hampton was arrested on the same day as the alleged offense, when he was accused of engaging in a sexual encounter with a 13-year-old girl.

  • Arrest made in LaRue County murder case

    An Elizabethtown woman has been arrested in connection with a homicide Friday in LaRue County.

    Belinda Martin, 26, is charged with receiving property stolen from a residence at 241 College Street in Buffalo. Kristie Lynne Allen, 28, was found dead at that address Friday evening, according to a Kentucky State Police news release.

    Police also are looking for Abdullah R. White in connection with the case. White, 35, of Radcliff, was seen fleeing the scene in the victim’s car, KSP spokesman Trooper Norman Chaffins said in the release.

  • Budget, redistricting top list for upcoming session

    The Kentucky General Assembly looks to have an old-fashioned slugfest on its hands this year as the redistricting of legislative districts and a lean budget stand as the headliners of the 60-day legislative session.

    Local legislators agreed the majority of issues presented during the session likely will take a backseat to the two as they prepare for the inevitable fireworks.