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Today's News

  • Memorial to fallen soldiers revealed

    Doug Hamburger described his son, Patrick, as a leader and expressed gratitude for the U.S. Army’s willingness to memorialize his son’s sacrifice.

    Staff Sgt. Patrick Hamburger was honored Saturday during the unveiling of the 11th Aviation Command memorial recognizing the fallen soldiers under its command and subordinate units at Fort Knox.

    The memorial features a bronze battle cross formed out of a helmet, gun and boots surrounded by a granite wall.

  • White Mills News

    Kathleen Booker, 862-4922

    SOCIAL GATHERING. Just a reminder that there is a social gathering for Judy Pawley and her family and friends at 3 p.m. today at White Mills Christian Life Center. Everyone is invited to come fellowship with Judy. She celebrated her birthday last Sunday.

    BACK TO SCHOOL. School will resume tomorrow for Hardin County Schools after a week of spring break.

    SYMPATHY. Sympathy to the families of Doug Lucas Sr., Carole Sue Walker, Shirley Abrahamson and Tommy Hayse.

  • Cecilia News

    Irene Dodson, 862-3808

    EASTER. Easter has again come and gone. I certainly hope everyone enjoyed the beautiful day we had and gave thanks as they worshiped at the church of their choice. “He is Risen” from death unto life, after suffering the most terrible death possible, that we might have life everlasting. I am so thankful that we still live in a country where we can still speak openly as to our religious beliefs without being killed or tormented. We are blessed.

  • Howevalley News

    Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 735-7544

    EASTER SUNDAY. Easter was a beautiful day. The sunshine was gorgeous. Many went to church to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.

  • South Hardin News

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    BACK TO SCHOOL. Spring break is over for the Hardin County kids. I think that spring fever has set in with some students. There are only a little over 4 weeks left until summer break, and many students are counting the days!

  • Rineyville News

    Gail Pike, 737-2973

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include- John Pike, Jerad Smith, Matt Thompson, Aubree Muse, Mark McGuffin, Kelly Sipes, Landon Elmore, Kathy Nelson, Jennie Riney, Leona Cowden, Eli Cecil, Eddy Skaggs, Tom Fohl, Jake Stith, Rita Vessels, Ben Curtis, Will Cowden, Shea Youravich, Jimmy Ray, Steve Jones, Tony Jones, Martha Baughman and Dino Meyers.

  • PREP BASEBALL/SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Central, North, E'town and John Hardin all win twice (04/15)

    The eighth-ranked Central Hardin Bruins picked up two wins Saturday as they topped Grafton (Ohio) Midview and No. 17 Henderson County in a three-team round robin.

    Central Hardin beat Midview, 11-9 and Henderson County, 10-0 in six innings.

    n Senior Derek Westerfield hit a three-run homer in the third and struck out six to propel the Bruins (13-4) past Midview.

    Westerfield (2-2) struck out six, while allowing four earned runs, four hits and three walks.

  • Faces and Places: Our world up close
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL: A visit from the champs (04/15)

    Radcliff resident Tom Moors took a half day off from work Friday just so he could see John Calipari, Joe B. Hall and the Kentucky Wildcats men’s basketball national championship trophy.

    He couldn’t miss having the chance to get a picture taken with the Wildcats’ coach and the trophy or get an autograph from a legend in Hall. It’s the highlight of his year so far.

  • Former LaRue superintendent dies on vacation

    A Delaware native and former U.S. Marine who left a mark on the educational and community landscape in LaRue County has died.

    Roger Truitt, 72, died while vacationing on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. He had spent the day fishing and while changing for bed, Truitt suffered a massive coronary and later died at a medical facility in Avon, N.C., his family said.

    “I’m just heartbroken,” said Rita Williams, who was a member of the school board that promoted Truitt to superintendent. She later served alongside him in Hodgenville city government.