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Today's News

  • Musical group releasing Civil War CD has local ties

    A group of mostly Kentucky musicians, including a former Hardin County resident, has released a CD of Civil War compositions.

    “Hardtack & Saddlesores,” produced in Hodgenville, is a collection of original ballads and instrumentals about the Civil War with a few traditional songs included.

  • Cecilia girls get their Christmas wish: Dad's home from war

    Bailey and Katie Neel sat quietly on the floor listening to a reading of “Santa Claus the World’s Number One Toy Expert” by Marla Frazee.

    The sisters settled next to each other Friday with their classmates and some spectators surrounding them in the library of Lakewood Elementary School in Stephensburg.

    Some of the children answered questions about the library, having been told that all the attention was because reporters wanted to know all about the school’s library and hear a story there.

  • Front-loading education can address many ills

    ISSUE: Early childhood education
    OUR VIEW: Apply solutions on front end

    Young children have a high capacity for learning. Confronted with new discoveries daily, their minds act like sponges of information.

    But sometimes kids absorb the antics of SpongeBob SquarePants instead of educational building blocks such as reading and math. It's time to refocus.

    Get Ready!

  • Dash of Class: Making Christmas sweet

    As Christmas quickly approaches, we are thinking about all the things we like to do for the holiday season and at our house that includes making candies and baking cookies. “Taste of Home,” one of my favorite food magazines has been on a “cookie countdown” and I thought today I would write less and give you more in the form of recipes, so you can try some new ones before Christmas arrives.

    Jam-filled Cookies

    3 cups all-purpose flour

    3/4 cup sugar

    1/4 teaspoon salt

  • Elizabethtown production company releasing movie

    Filming is complete on a movie made largely in Hardin County by a local production company.

    Take 7 Films, which is part of Family Builders International Ministries in Elizabethtown, is screening its latest film for the last time and adding original music. A free premiere showing is planned locally early next year.

    The movie, “Dad the Hero On Vacation,” focuses on a family going on a vacation from the east coast to California on a limited budget within the 10 days the father has off work.

  • Website features local entertainment

    Heather Heuman knows how hard it can be to get involved in a community after moving.

    The Elizabethtown resident has moved to five cities in about seven years.

    Heuman, who has lived in Hardin County since last year and is a graduate student in management and leadership from Webster University in Radcliff, is trying to help people new to the area learn about family-friendly activities they can take part in.

  • Cowley Crossing developer penalized by EPA

    Hardin County Developers Inc. has been slapped with a $20,000 penalty by the Environmental Protection Agency for violating the Clean Water Act, joining more than a dozen other entities in the southeast United States cited for unlawful discharges in U.S. waters.  

  • Property transfers

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

    Julian B. Haydon to Russell Jeffreis and John I. Skees, property of Nacke Pike, Stephensburg, $77,000.00.

  • Lives of distinction

    The local chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity will bring its message of responsibility and success to Radcliff this weekend.

    The fraternity is hosting its Men of Distinction program from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at North Hardin High School. Radcliff Councilman Stan Holmes, a spokesman for the fraternity, said the event features free food, games and educational opportunities as the session focuses primarily on academics.

  • Spreading a little salt on the subject