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Today's News

  • PREP BOWLING: Tuesday's Results (12/14)

    BOYS’ PREP

    TUESDAY’S SCORES

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Results from Tuesday’s duals at Dix-E-Town Lanes (x-denotes earned team point; in baker, a team has five bowlers rotate, each bowling two frames; 1-5, 2-6, 3-7, 4-8, 5-10):

    CENTRAL HARDIN 5, NORTH HARDIN 2

    Team Scores

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Lever headlines area runners on All-State teams (12/15)

    The Kentucky Track & Cross Country Coaches’ Association released its All-State cross country teams last week.

    John Hardin senior Katie Lever, who won conference and region championships before finishing sixth at the State meet, was named to the All-Senior girls’ team. Lever was also named to the Girls’ Super Team.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Hawks off to a great start on the mat (12/15)

    Two weeks into the season, the LaRue County wrestling team is looking like a solid pick to win its first state championship.

    The top-ranked Hawks are off to a good start.

    They convincingly won last Saturday’s Raider Rumble at Ryle High School in Union and won the Oldham County Super Duals the previous week.

    LaRue County rolled to the title of the 16-team Raider Rumble, amassing 273 points to easily beat Union County, which finished second with 211.5.

  • Rineyville residents could see lower insurance rates

    Residents in Rineyville may experience a drop in their insurance rates after its fire department successfully lowered its ISO rating.

    An ISO rating is a measure of the quality of service a fire department provides to its area and plays a role in insurance companies’ decision-making processes when setting rates. The lower the rating, the better, said Byron Smith, assistant chief at the Rineyville Fire Department.

    The volunteer department lowered its rating from 7/9 to 5/8b, which Chief Shane Crutcher called a “substantial” drop.

  • Salvation Army bell ringers need late push to meet goal

    For the Salvation Army Bell Ringer program to meet its goal of $58,000, it will take more volunteers and more donations before the campaign ends Dec. 24.

    “We are still taking volunteers,’’ said local director Marie Inmon. “We are only about halfway to our goal and we only have about a week and a half left.’’

    After $57,000 was donated in the Salvation Army’s red kettles last year, the agency pushed the goal to $58,000 this year. It will take a late rush to reach the goal now, Inmon said.

  • Life or Something Like It: Holiday complications

    As our children have gotten older, family Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations have had to morph into something different.

    When the boys were small, it was easier. We just scooped them up for our annual visit to one of my siblings’ homes for Thanksgiving, toys and hand-held video games in tow. Even when they were in college, we would pick them up Wednesday afternoon after classes on our way to Washington, D.C., where we would join cousins who would wait up for us to arrive after midnight the night before Thanksgiving.

  • UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Hodges Auction and Gold Star Realty

    What is it? Addition of four offices to Gold Star Realty/Hodges Auction Company, Inc.
    Location: 319 S. Mulberry Street in Elizabethtown
    Square footage: 740
    Completion Date: Weather permitting, middle of January

    Under Construction appears Thursdays on the Money page to highlight building projects around the area.

  • Alcohol ordinances put cities to test

    ISSUE: Local alcohol regulations
    OUR VIEW: Cities have been busy

    When local voters decided in October to relax alcohol sales in Hardin County's three largest cities, the work of getting it done came to rest with the city governments.

    The question on the ballot was quite simple: Do you favor the sale of alcoholic beverages? As usual, the process of implementation is not at all simple.

  • The Blurb

    Rising Voices’ take on all things entertainment 

    Books

  • KSP charge two from Meade County after shots fired

    Kentucky State Police arrested two Meade County residents following a domestic assault Tuesday that culminated in a shooting.

    Kevin Medley, 49, and Kelly A. Medley, 47, both of Brandenburg, are charged with second-degree assault and are lodged in the Meade County Detention Center. Kelly Medley also faces two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment.