Today's News

  • Tourism opportunities touted at Chamber meeting

    Wednesday’s Chamber of Commerce meeting was about new leadership and new opportunities.

    Marcheta Sparrow, secretary for the Kentucky Cabinet of Tourism, Arts and Heritage, spoke at the luncheon meeting for the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce, which also served as the first for new Chamber Executive Director Brad Richardson.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: E'town has 21 hits, rolls past Lady Bulldogs (04/14)

    The Elizabethtown Lady Panthers aren’t the same team that began the season with five losses in their first six games.

    Olivia Greenwell and the homestanding John Hardin Lady Bulldogs found that out Wednesday night.

    Elizabethtown took advantage of an erratic Greenwell from the start, pounding out 21 hits en route to a 15-6 win in a 17th District game.

  • PREP TENNIS ROUNDUP: Wednesday's Results (04/14)





    Results from Wednesday’s match at North Hardin:


    Chrys Castro (NH) def. Mackenzie Milby (C), 6-0, 6-0

    Cesar Castro (NH) def. Zach Settle (C), 6-0, 6-0

    Cody Hughes (NH) def. Jackson Hunt (C), 8-0


  • PREP SOFTBALL/BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Central Hardin blanks Marion (04/14)

    Senior Kristina Krupinski belted a solo home run to jumpstart Central Hardin’s offense Wednesday and junior Abbi Goedde hit two doubles and drove in two runs as the Lady Bruins shut out Marion County, 5-0.

    Senior Ashley Hughes had three singles, scored twice and stole two bases. Senior Jordan Daniel added three hits and eighth-grader Kelsey McGuffin doubled, singled, drove in two and stole a base for the Lady Bruins (10-3).

    Freshman April Pence (2-2) struck out eight and scattered six singles without walking a batter.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Morehead State signee turns attention to All-Star tryouts (04/14)

    Natalie Greenwell put some finishing touches on her prolific Elizabethtown High School girls’ basketball career Wednesday evening when she signed a national letter of intent to play basketball this coming season for Morehead State University.

    “It’s the start of a new chapter,” said the Lady Panther point guard, who announced her college selection Feb. 17 prior to her senior night game against Lexington Henry Clay.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Bruins knock off Bulldogs (4/14)

    Scoring chances come at a premium in a pitcher’s duel and that was certainly the case Wednesday evening with Central Hardin senior Austin Walters and John Hardin senior Cody Creamer on the mound.

    When the opportunity presented itself, the Bruins pounced on it, showing a variety of ways to produce runs on their way to a 6-1 victory over the visiting Bulldogs in a 17th District game.

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  • Five inmates file civil suit against LaRue County jailer and employees

    Five women who allegedly suffered rape and abuse at the hands of two former LaRue County deputy jailers, filed a civil suit Monday in LaRue Circuit Court.

    Alleasha Knox Butler, Brandi Dennis, Stephanie Mason, Jennifer Nichols and Betty Cox were inmates at the jail, according to the suit filed by Elizabethtown attorney Ronald Hines.

    The women claim they were “mistreated, harassed, assaulted, forcibly raped and forced to perform sexual acts” while incarcerated.

  • Holt included in Redford's 'The Conspirator'

    Robert Redford’s new historical drama “The Conspirator” will include a portrayal of Kentuckian Joseph Holt, who served as Judge Advocate General of the Army under President Abraham Lincoln.

    “The Conspirator” focuses on Mary Surratt, who was one of four individuals who allegedly assisted John Wilkes Booth in assassinating Lincoln in 1865. Holt was the lead prosecutor at the conspiracy trial and will be played by actor Danny Huston.

  • Duvall proclaims National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

    Radcliff Mayor J.J. Duvall presented a city of Radcliff proclamation celebrating National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week April 10-16. Receiving the proclamation is Radcliff Police Department telecommunications supervisor Cheryl Lewis and Radcliff Police Chief Jeffrey A. Cross.