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Today's News

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: Meade County 58, Central Hardin 14 (10/15)

    Meade County ran away with the Class 6-A, District 2 football championship Friday night.

    The Green Wave put on a Homecoming demolition and repeated as distict champs with a bang.

    Senior running back Max Cundiff rushed for a game-high 170 yards and three touchdowns and  senior Thomas Wilson added three more on the ground as Meade County piled up 485 total yards in a 58-14 home victory over Central Hardin.

  • FOOTBALL FRIDAY UPDATE: LaRue County 57, Elizabethtown 44 (10/15)

    Senior halfback Cody Thompson had 2.5 sacks, returned a fourth-quarter kickoff for a score and carried the ball 22 times for 354 yards and four more touchdowns as the LaRue County Hawks clinched a home playoff berth with a 57-44 win Friday night at Class 3-A, District 3 rival Elizabethtown.

    The host Panthers (0-8 overall, 0-2 district) took the lead twice in the fourth quarter on a pair of conversion receptions from senior Matt Morgan, who caught 16 passes for 204 yards and four touchdowns. However, Thompson answered immediately the next time the Hawks touched the ball.

  • New witnesses testify at Burke's second Article 32 hearing

    FORT CAMPBELL — Despite defense counsel’s request to start a new Article 32 hearing in the murder case against Brent Burke, the investigating officer at Friday’s hearing in Fort Campbell decided to “reopen” the investigation and will consider testimony from July’s hearing.

    “It is my duty to impartially investigate and weigh all evidence,” said Maj. Jenny Hamby, the new investigating officer in Burke’s Article 32 hearing — the U.S. Army’s equivalent of a grand jury proceeding.

  • Lady Cards battle obstacles away from the court

    The University of Louisville women’s basketball team gained a tough lesson in teamwork on Friday, but it involved planks and barrels rather than hoops and a hardwood court.

    The team participated in the Dunagan Teamwork Development course, a leadership confidence course at Fort Knox coordinated by the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command as part of the partnership forged between the Army post and the university.

  • Agreement is first step in designing park's success

    TOPIC: Sports park operational agreement
    OUR VIEW: More work to be done

    Nine months before its grand opening, the much debated and often controversial E’town Sports Park has an operational agreement in place between city government and the Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau.

    First thought? It’s about time. This should have been tackled by the previous city administration.

  • Account started to aid family

    An account has been started at all branches of The Cecilian Bank to assist an area family who lost their possessions in an Oct. 6 fire on St. John Road.

    The fund is set up in the name of Gary and Patricia Bunnell.

     

  • CKAG’s September Artist of the Month

    At the Sept. 19 meeting of the Central Kentucky Art Guild, lucia beeler was selected by the attendees as Artist of the Month. The theme for July was “Open,” and her photograph was entitled “Web of Life.” The photograph is hanging at the Cobbler Café in downtown Elizabethtown. The next meeting of the CKAG is at 6:30 p.m., Oct. 17 at the Nolin RECC building, 411 Ring Road, Elizabethtown. Visitors always welcome.

  • Miles visits AM Rotary

    Gary Miles of Feeding America Kentucky’s Heartland was the guest speaker at the Oct. 7 Hardin County AM Rotary meeting.

  • Faces and Places: Indian Summer scenes

    "I am rich today with autumn's gold,
    All that my covetous hands can hold;
    Frost-painted leaves and goldenrod,
    A goldfinch on a milkweed pod,
    Huge golden pumpkins in the field
    With heaps of corn from a bounteous yield,
    Golden apples heavy on the trees
    Rivaling those of Hesperides,
    Golden rays of balmy sunshine spread
    Over all like butter on warm bread;
    And the harvest moon will this night unfold
    The streams running full of molten gold.
    Oh, who could find a dearth of bliss

  • Weaver guest speaker at Radcliff Rotary