Today's News

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: John Hardin 56, Lexington Henry Clay 6 (08/20)

    The John Hardin Bulldogs made sure two streaks continued Friday night.

    The Bulldogs rolled to an impressive 56-6 victory over Lexington Henry Clay in the Don Franklin Bowl at Lindsey Wilson College to win their 10th consecutive season opener and 23rd regular-season game.

    The 50-point margin of victory was John Hardin’s largest in a season opener.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Fort Knox stuns E'town (8/21)

    On paper, the Elizabethtown Panthers appeared to have the edge over the Fort Knox Eagles. The Panthers were bigger and stronger at nearly every position and had more depth.

    Games, however, aren’t played on paper.

    Junior quarterback Brandon Franklin threw for five touchdowns and senior wide receiver Akio Tonge accounted for over 220 all-purpose yards to lead the host Eagles to a stunning 41-21 victory over longtime rival Elizabethtown on Friday at McAdams Field.

  • Sex offender arrested on rape, incest charges

    A convicted Michigan sex offender was arrested Thursday afternoon at his Tunnel Hill Road residence in Elizabethtown by Kentucky State Police and charged with first-degree rape and incest.

    David Brian Dunnivant, 45, is accused of forcibly raping an adult female relative, according to police.

    Norm Chaffins, KSP public affairs officer, said the arrest came after state police received a phone call from Hardin Memorial Hospital, reporting a patient who claimed she had been raped. The arrest citation listed Wednesday as the date of the allegation.

  • Traffic blocked on 31W

    A crane that has fallen on a power line on U.S. 31W near the Hardin County Schools bus garage is causing a traffic issue into Elizabethtown and Radcliff.

    Radcliff Police public information officer Bryce Shumate said traffic is blocked in all four lanes.

    Drivers should avoid the area for now, or seek an alternate route. Traffic is being detoured on Ky. 220 and onto Wilson Road.

  • Come Together



    Jeff Everman started writing song lyrics about five years ago but doesn’t sing or play an instrument. He’s been thinking about getting something together where Christian lyricists, musicians and vocalists could get together and help each other.

    He started looking around for such a group but couldn’t find one that met in the area. Earlier this year he decided to give the idea a whirl. In February the idea became a monthly gathering called Come Together.

  • NARFE holds August potluck

  • Seymour speaks to Historical Society

  • Stitchers Quilt Guild donates lap quilts to veterans hospital

    Members of the Stitchers Quilt Guild show some of the lap quilts that will be donated to men and women staying at the Veterans Hospital in Louisville. Making veterans lap quilts was what the members choose as their charity project this year. The quilts will be on display at the annual Heartland of Kentucky Quilt Show on Sept. 23 and 24 at Pritchard Community Center. Also on display will be the best of show quilt from the Hardin County Fair made by Sherman Smith. This was the first time Sherman entered a quilt in the fair.

  • Area police participate in anti drunken driving campaign

    Eight Kentucky motorists died in traffic crashes during the Labor Day holiday period in 2010, according to statistics from the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety.

    Of the eight, two were alcohol-related traffic deaths.

    In a statewide campaign, the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety is partnering with law enforcement agencies to crack down on impaired driving.

    Multiple police agencies throughout Hardin County are participating in the effort, which began Friday and continues through Sept. 5.

  • HMH awards scholarships to local students

    Hardin Memorial Hospital recently awarded six $1,000 scholarships from the Hardin Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Money was raised for the scholarship fund through Masquerade $5 Jewelry Sales and the annual Let Christmas Shine Program. The next $5 Jewelry Sale is Nov. 21 and 22 and lights for the Let Christmas Shine program will be sold during November.