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Today's News

  • K of C Car Show is a big success

    The Knights of Columbus Council 3379 along with the City of Vine Grove’s Spring Fling hosted its annual car show on April 30. Proceeds from the show go to Hardin County Special Olympics and Hardin County Association for Adult Developmental Disabilities. More than 100 antique and contemporary cars were entered and were on display.

  • Rotary Group Study Exchange Team

    Members of the Rotary Group Study Exchange Team from Cologne, Germany were the speakers at the May 10 Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting. The team is spending several weeks in Kentucky. From left: Christian Kellerman, Matthias Ziegler, Elizabethtown Rotary Club President Cathy Williamson, Lars Langner, Daniela Bremer, Stephan Braunecker and Anne Dettmer.

  • Visiting Girl Scouts clean up Greenspace trail

  • Girls enjoy Dolly, Mommy & Me Tea Party
  • Benefit for Roger and Betty Miller

    There will be a benefit event on May 21 at the Central Hardin High School cafeteria to raise money for Roger Miller and his wife Betty. The event will begin with music by the Outlaw Justice Band at 5 p.m. An auction by Hodges Auction Co. will follow at 6 p.m. with items donated by more than 50 businesses and individuals, including homemade cakes, pies and other goodies. For information call Lisa Cornett, 765-9206.

  • Feeding America receives more than 1,000 pounds of food

    Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland received more than 1,000 pounds of donated food from local corporations participating in the Quicksie 98.3 Pound for Pound Challenge

    What began as a one-on-one weight loss challenge between Quicksie’s morning show hosts Greg Milby and Hollie Sexton in January 2011, evolved into a corporate weight loss challenge throughout Elizabethtown.

    The challenge: for every pound lost from Jan. 1 thru April 1, a pound of food was to be donated to Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland.

  • LTADD District Highlights 43rd Annual Meeting

    The Lincoln Trail Area Development District’s 43rd annual meeting April 20 was highlighted by the appearance and remarks by U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and U.S. 2nd District Congressman Brett Guthrie. New officers also were elected and sworn in as part of the day’s activities.

  • Deputy jailer arrested for promoting contraband

    A Hardin County Detention Center deputy jailer was arrested this morning and charged with promoting contraband within the facility.

    Randell Jackson, 24, of Elizabethtown, was arrested at the jail after a lengthy investigation, Jailer Danny Allen said.

    Jackson, who has been employed at the jail since September, was terminated, Allen said.

  • PREP TRACK & FIELD: North Hardin Invitational is Saturday (05/13)

    Long considered the state meet before the state meet, this year is no exception for the North Hardin Invitational.

    And it’s back on its normal weekend on the schedule – the second Saturday in May.

    In all, at least 20 schools will be represented Saturday at the Jeter-McKinney Track Complex in Radcliff. All seven area schools – Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, John Hardin, LaRue County, Meade County and North Hardin – will be competing starting at 9:30 Saturday morning.

  • PREP ROUNDUP: Coty almost hits for cycle as North wins (05/13)

    Senior Isaac Coty was a homer shy of the cycle and drove in three runs to lead the visiting North Hardin Trojans to a 12-5 win over Bardstown Bethlehem on Thursday.

    Eighth-grader Markus Bell singled, doubled and drove in a run, while junior Andrew Boyles had an RBI double for the Trojans (14-13-1).

    Sophomore Eli Carman (2-2) struck out five in six innings. He allowed seven hits, three walks and three runs – two earned.

    NORTH HARDIN 12, BARDSTOWN BETHLEHEM 5