By BECCA OWSLEY firstname.lastname@example.org HARDIN COUNTY — Pet owners often forget about their four-legged friends when they are designing their backyard, but some choices are pivotal in making sure the yard is a safe and fun environment for the family pet.
By KELLY RICHARDSON email@example.com RADCLIFF — A Radcliff man died Tuesday night after being hit by a vehicle near the intersection of Vine Street and Wilson Road in Radcliff. Lee R. Beach, 43, of Radcliff was hit by an automobile driven by Michael D. Adkisson, 28, of Radcliff just after 9 p.m. Tuesday, according to Cpt. Kenneth Mattingly of the Radcliff Poli
By MARTY FINLEY firstname.lastname@example.org HARDIN COUNTY — The recent ice storm wreaked havoc on trees and power lines, scattering debris onto city, county and state roads within Hardin County. But the storm didn’t ravage everything. Most government agencies in the county have reported minimal damage to roadways. Elizabethtown Public Works Superintendent Don Hill sai
By JOHN FRIEDLEIN email@example.com WASHINGTON — Sounding optimistic at times, President Barack Obama on Tuesday night called for “bold action” to pull this country out of a deep recession. “We will rebuild, we will recover, and the United States of America will emerge stronger than before,” he said in his address to a joint session of Co
Margaret Ann Baker, 50, of Lexington, died Monday, Feb. 23, 2009. The funeral is at 10 a.m. today at First United Methodist Church in Georgetown. Tucker, Yocum & Wilson Funeral Home in Georgetown is in charge of arrangements.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The $789 billion stimulus package President Obama signed Feb. 17 is more than 1,000 pages long.
In short, it’s a big bill that touches on everything from renewable energy to government spending; promises to create or save 3.5 million jobs over the next two years; and offers tax cuts and tax credits for specific portions of the population including college students and first-time home buyers.
ELIZABETHTOWN — A lukewarm public response by Elizabethtown residents and the city council was just one drawback to the state redesign of the Elizabethtown to Radcliff Connector, according to state officials.