Today's News

  • Photo: Family fun with EPD
  • PREP FOOTBALL: John Hardin records Region Three-Peat (11/21)

    LAWRENCEBURG — John Hardin’s march to the Class 5-A state semifinals this season will be remembered for “The Drive,” much like the Denver Broncos win over the Cleveland Browns in the AFC championship game in 1987.

    The Bulldogs found themselves trailing – that’s right, trailing – in the fourth quarter for the first time this season with 62 yards standing between them and a date in the state semifinals.

    “I have to admit I got scared,” John Hardin senior cornerback Anthony Wright said.

  • Radcliff church hosting Thanksgiving dinner
  • Faces and Places: Fan frenzy

    The John Hardin Bulldogs traveled to Lawrenceburg on Friday night to take on the Anderson County Bearcats for the Class 5-A, Region 2 Championship. A large crowd of fans, both students and adults, made the trip up the Bluegrass Parkway to cheer on the Dawgs as they vied for their third straight region title. Here are a few photos of the faithful who braved cold, damp weather to cheer the Bulldogs to victory.

  • Bells, boughs and candles introduce season in E'town

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    “Get them downtown and let them spend the day.”
    The aim of Elizabethtown Heritage Council’s flurry of Christmas events Saturday was a simple one, and project coordinators and volunteers seemed pleased with the number of families who turned out.

  • Radcliff woman finds a purr-fect companion

    More than 9,000 miles from her hometown of Sydney, Australia, Cathe-rine Vagnozzi was out for a run when she noticed a Siamese mix kitten following her.

    Thus began a relationship that soon may bring the new Radcliff resident and her cat a little national attention — and a year’s supply of cat box filler.

    First, though: To help make sure it wasn’t some little girl’s lost kitten, Vagnozzi took the cat to a local vet to see if the animal had been reported missing. It wasn’t. Vagnozzi kept it.

  • City leaders weigh in on consolidation

    Approval of a study aimed at examining the feasibility of a consolidated Hardin County government has been met with varying opinions among city leaders.
    Some sitting mayors and mayors-elect think the study could prove beneficial to improve the level of communication between Hardin County’s layers of government, while others say they would be concerned about the loss of community identity should such a merger be pushed.

  • Robbery surveillance photos released

    Surveillance video images of two gunmen who robbed the Highland Avenue Dollar General Store Tuesday night were released Friday afternoon.
    According to Vine Grove Police Department Capt. Dale Riggs, a warning shot was fired into the ceiling as two medium-built men wearing hoods entered the store around 8 p.m. Tuesday demanding cash.
    Police say the men snatched about $100, then fled town in a full-sized, light-colored (white or silver) sedan.

  • Wall of cans certified as Guinness record

    Elizabethtown has joined the ranks of Chile’s San Alfonso del Mar resort — home of a 20-acre swimming pool — and Arulanantham Suresh Joachim, a Sri Lankan who stood on one leg for three days.
    The Guinness Book of World Records confirmed by e-mail that the Wall Against Hunger was, indeed, the largest free-standing wall of canned food ever built, said David Dozer, director of Helping Hand of the Heartland and North Hardin HOPE.
    A packet with a certificate is on the way.

  • Xerox donates to Shop with a Cop

    Steve Brown District Manager of Xerox recently presented $500 to Sgt. James Land of the Elizabethtown Police Department and Executive Board member of the Bruce Tabor Memorial FOP Lodge for this year’s “Shop with a Cop Program.”  Brown encourages others to donate to “Shop with a Cop to help needy children.