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Today's News

  • WKU student's work puts him in star realm

    A local college student’s research on the brightness of a supernova led him to become a star at a recent astronomy conference.

    Andrew Gott, a physics major from Elizabethtown set to graduate in May from Western Kentucky University, received a Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Student Award at the American Astronomical Society’s 219th semiannual meeting last month in Austin, Texas.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Elizabethtown's Perkins signs with EKU (02/03)

    After Taylor Perkins had once again scored a game-winning goal against his team, Central Hardin coach Hal Bender joked about the Lady Bruins’ luck stopping the versatile Elizabethtown senior.

    “Man, will I be glad when that girl finally graduates because she’s a heckuva player,” Bender said Oct. 13 after Perkins scored the game’s only goal as her Lady Panthers edged the Lady Bruins in the Girls’ 10th District Soccer Tournament final at John Hardin.

  • HMH taking aggressive approach to physician recruitment

    Hardin Memorial Health President and CEO Dennis Johnson called the battle for premier physicians a “nuclear arms race” between HMH and its competitors to the north, such as Norton Healthcare and Jewish Hospital in Louisville,

    “If we don’t employ them, one of our competitors will,” he said.

    So HMH is being aggressive by entering recruitment agreements with new physicians and purchasing established practices where it takes over as an employer.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Marion County outlasts Elizabethtown (2/3)

    Elizabethtown attacked Marion County mercilessly in the first half.

    The Lady Panthers challenged the two-time defending 5th Region champ Lady Knights with drives, defense and a whole lot of chutzpah on their home court Thursday night.

  • Property transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

  • Probable cause found for charges in North Mantle shooting

    Elizabethtown police believe a $35 drug deal resulted in gunfire and two Radcliff residents appeared in court Wednesday to answer a variety of charges.

    Hardin District Judge Kimberly Shumate found probable cause Wednesday for all charges filed against Kelly L. Kennedy, 33, and Stacey G. Ford, 30. The two were arrested Jan. 3 after a shot was fired on the 400 block of North Mantle Avenue in Elizabethtown.

    Ford is charged with attempted murder, wanton endangerment, possession of a defaced firearm and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

  • OPINION: Deaderick buys into the New England way (2/3)

    New England Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork has a simple message for newcomers to the organization. It’s not anything profound, but it should resonate with each player.

  • Performing well on the farm, on the field and in business

    TOPIC: Area accomplishments
    OUR VIEW: Job well done

    Wednesday was the start of a big period in the lives of many area student-athletes in Hardin County and the country.

    It was national signing day for sports such as football, soccer, and track and field, meaning student-athletes could have fulfilled lifelong missions by signing a scholarship to not only continue playing a sport in college, but most importantly continue their educations.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Marion County outlasts Elizabethtown (2/3)

    Elizabethtown attacked Marion County mercilessly in the first half.

    The Lady Panthers challenged the two-time defending 5th Region champ Lady Knights with drives, defense and a whole lot of chutzpah on their home court Thursday night.

  • Girl Scouts to collect for domestic violence shelters

    Area Girl Scouts will participate Saturday in a statewide effort to help victims of domestic violence.

    Scouts will be stationed outside Kroger stores from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. with lists of items needed for domestic violence safe places and bins in which shoppers can make donations.

    The items will be donated to safe places in the areas where they were collected.