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Today's News

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Lady Bruins serve up success (10/26)

    Central Hardin’s volleyball team has turned serving into an art form.

    The Lady Bruins don’t feature your typical serving methods.

  • GIRLS' SOCCER STATE TOURNAMENT: Final chapter closes on Central Hardin's season (10/26)

    LOUISVILLECentral Hardin’s storybook season didn’t have a Cinderella type of ending. Instead, the Lady Bruins’ performance against the Louisville Sacred Heart Valkyries turned into a bit of a nightmare.

    The high-scoring Lady Bruins had a hard time mounting serious offensive attacks against the speedy Valkyries, who rode Hannah Hollenbach’s 51st minute goal to a 1-0 upset of Central Hardin on Tuesday night in the first round of the KHSAA Girls’ Soccer State Tournament at St. Xavier.

  • Local Halloween Events

    Friday

    Community Halloween party, 6 p.m., sponsored by West 84 Volunteer Fire Department at Station 1, 21129 Sonora Hardin Springs Road. Costume contest, games, food, trunk or treating and fire safety program. POC: Chief Steve Gore 862-4679.

  • Veterans Tribute Committee unveils Coast Guard sculpture

    Elizabethtown sculptor Rich Griendling is not lacking for jobs these days, but his work on the Hardin County Veterans Tribute is nearing its final lap.

  • Group seeks donations to support 3/1

    An area organization is asking residents to welcome home returning soldiers by donating to projects and causes aimed at supporting service members and their families.

    The Duke Association, a nonprofit and nonpolitical association of the Fort Knox 3/1 ID Duke Brigade, is launching its “Dollar for the Dukes” campaign.

  • Radcliff Fire Department sponsors Trunk or Treat this evening

    The Radcliff Fire Department is sponsoring Trunk or Treat on Saturday at Radcliff City Park.

    The event is from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. This year a Haunted Forest has been added to the event.

    Trunk or Treat is free and the department is accepting a $5 donation or a $4 donation with a canned food item, for entrance to the forest, said Bryce Shumate, Radcliff Police Department’s public information officer. The donation is to make the event bigger next year, and the canned food will go to Helping Hand of Hope for its Thanksgiving and Christmas food drive.

  • Elizabethtown church to hold community festival, groundbreaking

    First Christian Church in Elizabethtown is hosting a ground-breaking ceremony and a celebration called First Festival on Saturday at the church’s new North Miles site.

    Senior Minister Stuart Jones said the ceremony is an opportunity for church members and the community to hang out and get to know the new location. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. with the ground-breaking ceremony starting at 12:30 p.m.

  • Elizabethtown Woman’s Club donate to Alzheimer’s research

  • Target Masters On Target At The 2011 State Competition

    In a little more than 20 years, Kentucky’s 4-H Shooting Sports Education Program has grown to involve thousands of youth and adult volunteers statewide. Just recently more than 1013 4-H members participated in the state contest on Sept. 17 at the Bluegrass Sportsman’s Club in Wilmore with trap on Sept. 18 held at the Kentucky Wildlife Management Center in Berea. This event would not have been possible without the help of over 350 volunteers along with coaches and parents who supported the youth in their efforts.

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown hosts Harvest Breakfast

    The annual Harvest Breakfast sponsored by The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown was held Oct. 15. There was a large crowd that came and supported the club’s efforts to raise funds to give to community organizations. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keith of Elizabethtown were the first to go through the food line and community citizens followed until the last slice of country ham, scrambled eggs, grits, apples, and biscuits were served at 11 a.m. Melanie Hibbard was chair of the event.