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Today's News

  • Emergency Management unveils public notification system

    Emergency and community information now will spread more quickly thanks to a new government system.

    Hardin County Emergency Management is implementing a public notification system to alert residents to a variety of issues, from road closures to post-disaster efforts such as shelter openings.

    Beginning today, Hardin Countians can sign up at hcky.org. They then can be alerted through calls, texts and emails. Landlines listed in the phone book already are in the system.

  • Judge finds probable cause in E'town rape case

    Hardin District Judge John David Simcoe found probable cause Monday in the case against an Elizabethtown man charged with multiple felony sex crimes, including rape and incest.

    George W. Beason, 31, is accused of engaging in sexual activities with a female family member younger than 16. He is charged with second-degree rape, six counts of incest, three counts of second-degree sodomy, two counts of first-degree sexual abuse and distribution of obscene matter to minors.

  • Dash of Class: Lisa Oliver is 'One of Hardin County's Finest Cooks'

    Recipe correction: The Apple Cream Cheese Bundt Cake recipe published Oct. 18 requires 1/2 stick of margarine in the cream cheese filling and 1/2 stick of margarine in the frosting. The recipe incorrectly listed 1 stick for each.

  • The Best: A simple coffee cake recipe

    The recipe featured today has really made the rounds since I first ran it in 2007. I originally got it from Karen Himmelheber who was stationed at Fort Knox and who attended my church, Radcliff Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Karen was a fantastic cook, and you will get another one of her recipes in a couple weeks.

  • Harvest yields lower than average

    The heat and dryness of this past summer were hard on corn and soybeans in the area and in much of the nation.

    The fall harvest is about 80 percent complete. The corn and soybeans harvested mostly are of good quality, but the yield is less than average.

    Corn, which is between 15 and 20 bushels per acre less than during an average year, still is doing better than some farmers anticipated, said Matt Adams, a Hardin County Extension agent for agriculture and natural resources.

  • Photos: Cowboys, ghouls and candy, oh my
  • ARENA FOOTBALL: Two former area residents to play for Philadelphia Soul (11/01)

    PHILADELPHIA – Two former area residents will soon be suiting up for the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League.

    Late last month, the Soul announced the signings of former University of Kentucky offensive linemen Zipp Duncan and Christian Johnson to the team’s roster.

  • COLLEGE SOCCER: Former E'town star Goblirsch calls it a career at UK (11/01)

    LEXINGTON — University of Kentucky women’s soccer senior Jenna Goblirsch will not return for her final year of eligibility after suffering a season-ending knee injury during the first training session of preseason, coach Jon Lipsitz announced.

  • Hogge awarded Navy Medal

    HOGGE. Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Phillip O. Hogge, a 1985 graduate of LaRue County High School in Hodgenville, was recently awarded the Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal, gold star in lieu of fourth award, while serving as auxiliary division leading chief petty officer onboard USS Helena (SSN 725) Naval Station in Norfolk, Va.

  • 3rd ESC holds Trunk or Treat

    Soldiers and family members from the 3rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) participate in the unit’s Trunk or Treat event at the 3rd ESC headquarters on Oct. 27. A trunk or treat is an event in which participants decorate their vehicles in a parking lot and have children move from car to car, rather than house to house.