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Today's News

  • PREP TENNIS ROUNDUP: Monday's results (03/20)

    TENNIS

    BOYS’ PREP

    MONDAY’S MATCHES

    LARUE COUNTY 5, FORT KNOX 0

    Results from Monday’s match in Hodgenville:

    Singles

    Ryan Abell (LC) def. Dakota Stokes (FK), 6-0, 6-0

    Keiren Bowen (LC) def. Mark Rice (FK), 6-2, 6-0

    Kyler Hart (LC) def. Kentrez Pope (FK) 6-0, 6-0

    Doubles

  • PREP SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Lady Bulldogs, North, LaRue all lose (03/20)

    The News-Enterprise

    The John Hardin Lady Bulldogs were shut out for the second straight game as they fell to No. 25 Louisville Assumption, 10-0 on Monday.

    John Hardin (0-3) has been outscored 18-0 in its last two games.

    No statistics were available.

    UP NEXT: John Hardin hosts LaRue County at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

    BULLITT EAST 10, NORTH HARDIN 0 (5 INNINGS). Sophomore Kayla Raymer homered as the visiting Lady Chargers blanked the Trojans (0-1).

  • PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: North, Central pick up wins (03/20)

    The News-Enterprise

    Senior Antonio Simmons hit a walkoff RBI double in the bottom of the eighth inning as host North Hardin knocked off Louisville Fern Creek, 4-3 on Monday.

    Simmons finished 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs for North Hardin (2-0), which won its second straight.

    Senior Brady Patterson hit a solo home run in the bottom of the first, but Fern Creek (1-1) took a 2-1 lead in the third. The Trojans regained the lead in the bottom half, but the Tigers tied it in the seventh.

  • Radcliff looks to quit One Knox

    ISSUE: Funding for One Knox
    OUR VIEW: Organization must clarify its current mission

    Radcliff City Council members have indicated they’ll vote to pull out of One Knox, reducing the program’s funding, when they meet today.

    Council members have questioned the value of One Knox, now that changes on post set in motion by the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure are complete.

  • Afterschool program finds new home

    Nelle Thomas’ hope to find a new home for Kids Café by spring has materialized.

    The agency’s name has changed to Mission Hope for Kids, but the mission to improve the lives of Hardin County’s youth remains, said Thomas, who serves as executive director.

  • Three vehicles involved in interstate head-on collision

    A head-on collision Sunday night near the 101-mile marker of Interstate 65 left two women and a 9-year-old child injured.

    Shelly Thrasher, 30, of Louisville was driving north on I-65 in a 2006 Toyota Corolla, according to Kentucky State Police. For unknown reasons, the Corolla drifted right and struck the guardrail, causing her to veer left, crossing the northbound lanes and median and into the path of southbound traffic.

  • Cyclist injured in collision on Dixie

    Elizabethtown Police Department responded to an injury wreck involving a motorcycle Monday morning on West Dixie Avenue.

    David K. Curry, 42, of Elizabethtown, was riding a blue 2006 Yamaha motorcycle, police say. Curry had just turned from North Mantle Avenue and was northbound on Dixie when the cycle collided with the left side of a silver 2005 GMC driven by Willis E. Rich Jr., 76, of Elizabethtown.

    Rich was leaving the McDonald's parking lot to pull onto the road when the wreck occurred just after 7:30 a.m., according to an EPD news release.

  • When a book is not a Nook

    Technology continues to amaze me. With a few key strokes you can send a message to dozens of friends simultaneously anytime, day or night. Or you can engage in a conversation with someone across the world without long-distance charges by instant messaging.

    You can even do the above via a smartphone or portable device.

    Wondered whatever happened to Oingo Boingo? Me, either.

    But the answer is at the fingertips of those who do.

    Tons of other information is there, too.

  • Meeting the demands of 21st century teaching and learning

    By DR. FRANK CALVANO

  • BASEBALL: Delabar to be featured on HBO show tonight

    It’s been said and written on more than one occasion that Steve Delabar’s tale of going from a physically broken down minor-league baseball pitcher turned John Hardin High School assistant coach/substitute teacher to a 28-year-old rookie relief pitcher with the Seattle Mariners has basis for a blockbuster movie.

    At minimum, Delabar’s yarn is good enough for a long-running, acclaimed sports newsmagazine on a major television network.