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Today's News

  • Summer of sweat and how students deal with it

    School’s not even in session, but fall sports and other activities already are heating up, quite literally.

    Most athletic teams and bands have had to cancel, alter or reschedule practices because of frequent heat advisories this summer. According to Mark Adams of the National Weather Service, July had only two days when the high was below 85.

    Although he doesn’t record heat indexes regularly, he has noted several days with heat indexes above 100 degrees and has seen it as high as 115 degrees.

  • Radon: Lack of knowledge could kill

    As the adage goes, “What we don’t know can’t hurt us.” According to local, state and national authorities on radon, lack of knowledge on the subject could, in fact, be killing us.

    “It’s astonishing, frankly,” said Professional Learning Institute Dean Steve Keeney, “but there’s nobody out there explaining the risk to the public.”

  • PREP SPORTS: North Hardin to honor two Hall of Fame classes (08/01)

    North Hardin High School will honor its 2007 and 2011 Athletic Hall of Fame induction classes Sept. 9-10.

    Both classes will be introduced during the Trojans’ home football game Sept. 9 against Louisville Fairdale. The next day, an induction ceremony and dinner will be held at the school.

  • PHOTOS: DeAndre Liggins stops by Towne Mall (08/01)
  • Photo: Car hit by train in Radcliff
  • Second crash on northbound Interstate 65 reported

    At 7:15 p.m., a multi-vehicle crash was reported at the 86-mile marker on northbound and southbound Interstate 65.

    At 6:40 p.m., emergency responders responded to the 88 mile marker where a vehicle had rolled several times. One person was reported injured.

    Be prepared for traffic delays.

  • Senior Life: Memory function changes with age

    I should keep notebooks titled “Memories I Want to Remember.” In these notebooks, I would write my special memories, from early childhood, school days, first loves, work life, adulthood and parenthood.

  • 4-H members learn about lawn tractors
  • Baumgardner speaks to Radcliff Rotary

    Rotary District 6710 Governor Rick Baumgardner paid the annual “governor’s visit” to the Radcliff Rotary Club recently. He met with the club’s officers to discuss plans for the coming Rotary year, then addressed the club as a whole during the regular Thursday noon meeting. The governor’s subject was the spirit of Rotary – “Service above self.” His remarks were designed for each member to ask him or herself, “Am I truly a Rotarian, or just a member of a club?”

  • Fields-Brooks

    Doug and Pam Fields of Upton announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Joni Maria Fields, to Allen Thomas Brooks, son of Chris and Tessa Brooks of Mammoth Cave.

    The bride-to-be is a 2009 graduate of Hart County High School. She is the granddaughter of Ronnie Fields of Upton, Marion and Shirley Riggs of Clarkson and the late Goldie Fields.

    The prospective groom is a 2010 graduate of Edmonson County High School. He is the grandson of Ronnie and Jay Brooks of Mammoth Cave and Norvella Copelin of Upton and the late T.W. Copelin.