Today's News

  • Alpha Phi Alpha members attend Black History celebration

    Members of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. attended the Fort Knox Celebration of Women for Black History month. Those pictured are Col. Louis Wingate, Judge Larry Smith, guest speaker Major Gen. Marcia Anderson, NAACP President Marcus Ray, Radcliff City Councilman Stan Holmes and Major Jason Lucky.

  • E'town City Council: The battle over alcohol

    After an assembly line of motions and amendments and another fevered debate, Elizabethtown City Council on Tuesday axed the possibility of alcohol at city parks and recreational facilities for now.

    However, the council did approve an alcohol policy at Pritchard Community Center and authorized the boards of the Historic State Theater and Elizabethtown Tourism & Convention Bureau to have oversight over the use and sale of alcohol at their facilities.

  • 17TH DISTRICT BOYS' BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT: Streaking Trojans cruise past Fort Knox (02/22)

    The 17th District’s hottest team didn’t have too much trouble with its opening-round opponent Tuesday night.

    The North Hardin Trojans blitzed the Fort Knox Eagles in each of the first two periods and the Trojans rolled into Thursday’s semifinals.

    After taking care of one youth-filled team, the Trojans are gunning for another.   

  • Junior Achievement hosting Penguin Plunge

    Those who can’t wait until July to take a dip in some chilly water will have their opportunity at the beginning of March.

    Junior Achievement of Hardin County will host a Penguin Plunge on March 3 at the headquarters of Bluegrass Cellular, title sponsor for the event. Participants who can raise at least $50 can dive into a pool donated by Walmart, complete with bags of ice. Registration is at 10 a.m.

    Junior Achievement works to bring lessons on financial literacy into classrooms and includes topics such as business and economics.

  • Lindsey Clement honored at Lions Club meeting

    At the Feb. 7 meeting of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, Lion Jim Weise, left, introduced the club’s EHS Student of the Month Lindsey Clement. Lindsey is in the Pep Club, FCA and Beta Club. She excels in volleyball and is the team captain. Lindsey hopes to attend Murray State University with the intent of earning a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy and pursuing a carrer in treating pediatric and lymphedema patients. She was accompanied by her mother, Jennifer Clement. Lindsey is pictured receiving her Student of the Month plaque.

  • Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club has first meeting of 2012

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  • Abdullah White indicted for murder in Buffalo death

    Nearly two months after Kristie L. Allen was found dead inside a burglarized Buffalo residence, Abdullah R. White, the Radcliff man seen fleeing the scene, has been indicted for murder.

    LaRue County Coroner Todd Skaggs said Tuesday the 28-year-old died by asphyxia, which he defined as “a type of suffocation.” The autopsy report, completed earlier this month, ruled Allen’s death a homicide.

  • Thomas speaks at Urban/Rural Day

    The Elizabethtown Rotary Club guest speaker at the annual Urban/Rural day Feb. 14 was Greg Thomas from Cecilia Farm Service. Thomas is pictured with Elizabethtown Rotary ClubPresident Michael Owsley.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club has Valentine’s Day meeting

    Rachel Ray, art instructor and Morrison Gallery coordinator at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, was the speaker at the Feb. 13 Radcliff Woman’s Club meeting. Ray spoke of the various exhibits at the gallery to include the John Jake Oxnard sculptures, Laura Hartford photography collection and the Delaire Rowe paintings inspired by quilt patterns and the Alan Vance paintings and drawings. Ray said the much anticipated exhibit was the Lincoln: the Constitution and the Civil War to be featured Aug. 15.