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Today's News

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Bruins fall to South Oldham (1/25)

    Three players scored in double figures, but the Central Hardin Bruins saw their two-game winning streak end with a 71-52 loss to South Oldham on Tuesday.

    Senior forward Andrew Kinney paced the Bruins (9-11) with 15 points, while senior forward Cameron Wright scored 13 and junior guard Troy Squires 12.

    South Oldham, which won for the fourth time in five games, outscored Central Hardin, 20-11 in the second quarter to take control.

    SOUTH OLDHAM 71, CENTRAL HARDIN 52

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: John Hardin's Haley could miss rest of season with torn ACL (1/25)

    John Hardin sophomore wing Tajah Haley could miss the rest of the season with what could be a torn anterior cruciate ligament in her knee.

    Haley suffered the injury Jan. 16 in a win over North Bullitt.

    “Obviously we’re going to miss Tajah a lot,” John Hardin coach Bryan Todd said after Tuesday’s win over Fort Knox. “When she was playing I told her, ‘Tajah, it starts with you.’ And that’s true with any point guard: everything starts with the point guard.”

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: Bulldogs' offense comes to life against Knox (1/25)

    Fresh legs, focused minds and some “motion” had the John Hardin Bulldogs in a groove Tuesday night.

    They put together one potent offensive display and dispatched 17th District rival Fort Knox in a snap.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: E'town rallies in second half to down North (1/25)

    From the first half to the second, the Elizabethtown Panthers looked as different as night and day.

    The Panthers trailed by as many as 10 in the first half before rallying in the final 16 minutes for a 65-53 victory over the North Hardin Trojans in a 17th District game Tuesday night at Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Montgomery outscores Knox by herself as Lady Bulldogs roll (1/25)

    Coming off a lopsided loss to 17th District rival Elizabethtown in which they were held scoreless in the first quarter, the John Hardin Lady Bulldogs came out flat Tuesday against the visiting Fort Knox Lady Eagles.

    Missed shots, bad passes and turnovers led John Hardin coach Bryan Todd to burn two timeouts in the first 3 minutes.

    But the Lady Bulldogs finally got things going behind junior post Michelle Montgomery, who scored a school-record 40 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead John Hardin to a 93-38 home win.

  • Liquor licenses expected in February

    Liquor licenses in Hardin County will be handed down a little slower than originally expected.

    City officials in Elizabethtown and Radcliff on Tuesday said package liquor and liquor by the drink licenses should be issued by early to mid-February instead of this month as originally expected.

  • Four arrested at E'town meth lab

    Law enforcement officers arrested four people at an Elizabethtown home with two children inside where agents say methamphetamine had been manufactured.

    Elizabethtown residents Andrew M. Cameron, 26, and Jerry C. Nofsinger, 36, and Leitchfield residents Chad M. Dennis, 36, and Jennifer K. Wills, 33, were arrested Jan. 18 at a Preakness Drive home where police say Cameron and Nofsinger were living.

    The three men are scheduled to appear Feb. 1 for a preliminary hearing in Hardin District Court.

  • January Student Editor

    Michael Niemeyer is this month's student editor.

    Michael is a 16-year-old junior who is homeschooled. He is involved with Boy Scouts, ECA Soccer, Teen Court, his church youth group, RYSA soccer and Faith Homeschool.

    He enjoys guitar, reading and soccer and hopes to become a doctor or lawyer.

    Michael joined Rising Voices to improve his writing skills and develop a more varied writing style. He also wants to inform his peers trough writing and gain a better idea of how the news media works.

  • Community input sought to prevent elder abuse

    Residents should be vigilant when they see senior citizens who seem hesitant to talk, confused, disoriented or afraid, said Normaline Skees, long-term care ombudsman for the Lincoln Trail District.

    There might be reason to worry about seniors who have injuries that have not been properly cared for, have injuries that are inconsistent with the explanations they give for them, frequently need medical care or might lack necessities, such as food, water and utilities, Skees said.

  • Judge formally sentences Buggeland

    Before Judge Ken Howard read the prison sentence Tuesday, Erik Buggeland took a moment to scan the nearly full courtroom, filled with media, attorneys and the family and friends of others waiting to go before the judge.

    Buggeland, 36, pleaded guilty but mentally ill in December to charges of killing his parents, Terje and Margaret Buggeland, in September 2010.

    According to Kentucky State Police, the Elizabethtown man bludgeoned his parents with a dumbbell before fleeing in their vehicle. He later was arrested in Adamsville, Tenn.