Today's News

  • Fitness camp coming to State Theater

    A local site known for films could soon be known for fitness, too.

    Kimberly Brockway, an in-home personal trainer and head of Renewal Fitness, is partnering with the Historic State Theater to offer a fitness boot camp beginning in September.

    The first class is Sept. 7. The class meets from 7:15 to 8 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the First Federal Gallery at the theater. The fee for the class is $60 a month.

    State Theater Director Emily West wanted to implement a fitness class at the theater to appeal to a new group in the community.

  • Leitchfield man arraigned in district court

    A Leitchfield man accused of stalking and stabbing a man in front of the alleged victim’s wife and children was arraigned Monday in Hardin District Court.

    Steven D. Wilson, 38, is lodged at the Hardin County Detention Center in lieu of a $250,000 cash bond. His next court date will be a preliminary hearing Sept. 12.

    He is charged with first-degree assault, first-degree stalking and five counts of first-degree wanton endangerment after allegedly striking James Hodge, 28, with a punch knife and crowbar at the victim’s Summit residence Friday night.

  • Today is last chance to register for wet/dry elections

    The window is narrowing for residents of Elizabethtown, Radcliff and Vine Grove who wish to vote in the Oct. 4 wet/dry elections but have not registered.

    The final day to register for the election in the three cities is Sept. 6, Hardin County Clerk Kenny Tabb said.

    Residents can register at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in downtown Elizabethtown or the Radcliff office at 210 Freedom Way.

    Residents currently registered do not have to register again, Tabb has said.

  • Miniature golf and simpler times

    Sometimes I experience small flashes of realization about how complicated I make life.

    It seems like we live in a society obsessed with being entertained.

    Not only being entertained but going to the most hip and expensive place or having the most up-to-date technology that only stays current for a year and then we just have to get the new version.

  • Photo: Banding or bust
  • Under Construction: Swope Nissan dealership

    Under Construction will appear each Thursday on the Money page to highlight building projects around the area.

    What is it? Swope Nissan
    Location: North Dixie Avenue
    When will it open? Dealership is expected to open Nov. 1, 2011
    Square footage: More than 23,000 square feet
    Services offered: New and used cars and 14 state-of-the-art, full service bays

  • Andrews named GS 9-11 Employee of the Year

    ANDREWS. U.S. Army Cadet Command named Gayle Andrews its GS 9-11 Employee of the Year. Andrews is a supply management technician for 7th Brigade Headquarters at Fort Knox. She is one of 13 individuals across the country to be recognized by the command, which is responsible for for the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps and Junior ROTC programs.

  • Radcliff will host 'Grease'-themed event tonight

    Grease is the word in Radcliff City Park North on Saturday. The musical film "Grease" (1978), staring John Travolta and Olivia Newton John, will be shown at dark. The park opens at 6 p.m. and the evening will include a car cruise, best 1950s outfit contest, a hula hoop contest and concessions.

    Bring a blanket or lawn chair for seating because it it an outdoor event.

    The film is rated PG-13 for sexual content including references, teen smoking and drinking and language.

    For more information, contact (270) 351-4079 or (270) 351-4714.

  • The Chattering Magpies release a relaxation CD/DVD

    The Chattering Magpies, otherwise known as Greta Gillmeister and Lorinda Jones, released their first CD and DVD combo called “Celtic Passages.”

    The relaxation DVD was produced through a collaboration with videographer Dan Boone.

    Using a harp, dulcimer, Irish flute and whistle, the duo performs traditional Celtic music in a collection of airs, jigs, hornpipes, reels and polkas.

    Gillmeister and Jones are music therapists and knew the relaxation CD would come in handy for some “chill out” time.

  • Army gives soldiers, vets second chance at Purple Heart

    Soldiers who suffered traumatic brain injury or concussion injuries during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are encouraged by the U.S. Army to submit paperwork for reconsideration for a Purple Heart.

    The policy also allows veterans once rejected for a Purple Heart to reapply for consideration.