Today's News

  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Lady Waves, Lady Hawks fall (08/25)

    The visiting Bardstown Bethlehem Banshees scored two goals in each half as they knocked off 5th Region rival Meade County, 4-0 on Wednesday.

    Bethlehem outshot the Lady Waves (0-3), 23-9.

    Sophomore keeper Jessica Duncan made 14 saves.

    UP NEXT: Meade County hosts Taylor County at 6 p.m. today.

    marion county 1, larue county 0. Junior keeper Kasey Wells made seven saves, but the visiting Lady Hawks (1-3-1) still lost for the third time in four games.

    LaRue County finished with 18 total shots.

  • PREP SPORTS: KHSAA changes schedule for spring sports (08/25)

    The girls and boys of summer are becoming the children of winter.

    Earlier this month, KHSAA commissioner Julian Tackett sent an email to principals, athletic directors and superintendents of the nearly 230 KHSAA member schools informing the recipients that the KHSAA was moving the start date for baseball, softball and tennis regular-season contests to Wednesday, March 7.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Elizabethtown looking at the positives (08/25)

    Shortly after the Fort Knox Eagles’ 41-21 dismantling of Elizabethtown was complete Friday night, Panthers assistant coach Jose Rivera got a text from NFL player Brandon Deaderick.

    Some of the text was not suitable for print, but the point of the message from the former Panther star was clear: The last time Deaderick lost to Fort Knox, the Panthers bounced back and advanced to the 2003 Class 2-A state final.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: LaRue County looks for third backfield option heading into Shelby game (08/25)

    Going into last week’s season opener, outgoing LaRue County football coach Rodney Armes was concerned with how his Hawks would handle the veteran North Bullitt Eagles, who outweighed the Hawks at several positions and had a far deeper roster.

    Armes’ answer was what he expected – not very well.

    Even though they had three turnovers, the Hawks managed to stay within striking distance before the Eagles pulled away with a pair of scores in the final 10 minutes.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Norton, Central Hardin cruise by John Hardin (08/25)

    As a point guard, Lauren Norton’s not expected to grab a lot of boards on the hardwood.

    Put her on the soccer pitch and the Central Hardin senior’s rebounding proficiency goes way up.

    The reigning Area Offensive Player of the Year scored two of her season-high four goals off rebounds, while two of her teammates scored off deflections as well as the eighth-ranked Lady Bruins cruised by the host John Hardin Lady Bulldogs, 7-0 on Wednesday night in a rematch of last year’s 10th District Tournament final.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Elizabethtown routs North Hardin in 10-0 victory (08/25)

    Elizabethtown High School girls’ soccer coach Jerry Crabtree still can’t understand how Lexy Hazle plays in the back row for her club team.

  • Upton woman killed in I-65 wreck near Glendale

    An Upton woman was killed Wednesday afternoon in a two-vehicle collision near the 86-mile marker on Interstate 65.

    April Crain, 20, was dead at the scene, Kentucky State Police said.

    KSP dispatcher Aaron Jaggers said Crain’s 2000 Ford Escort was northbound and collided with the rear of a semi-truck operated by Larry E. Harris at approximately 1:30 p.m.

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  • Reward offered in Glendale church burglaries

    A reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the Glendale Christian Church burglaries.

    CrimeStoppers pays out cash rewards up to $1,000, and callers can remain anonymous, according to an email from Kentucky State Police.

    The Glendale church was burglarized early Monday morning, and church security cameras captured the man on video.

  • Habitat participants not what many perceive

    The sound of a staple gun popping out capped staples reverberated throughout the neighborhood of East Poplar and Haycraft streets.

    In the summer heat, men and women of a wide age range hammered, stapled and painted three new houses in various stages of construction. The structures are intended to provide homes for struggling families who need help to become homeowners.

    Inside one of the houses, Amy Zetina of Elizabethtown rolled a second coat of paint onto a wall of the structure that she and her children eventually will occupy.