Today's News

  • PREP WRESTLING ROUNDUP: Wednesday's results (1/12)





    FORT KNOX — Results from Wednesday’s match at Fort Knox High School:

    106: K. Humphrey (NC) def. Chandler Borchers (FK), 0:55

    113: A. Ackley (NC) def. Rayvin Edayan (FK), 1:58

    120: Alex Wendell (FK) def. L. Plowman (NC), 0:32

    126: Double forfeit

    132: D. Swift (NC) def. Jordan Diamonds (FK), 0:29

  • PREP WRESTLING: Holtsclaw is a dual personality for Bulldogs (1/12)

    On the football field, John Hardin junior Wade Holtsclaw is level-headed. That’s the only way he can be on the gridiron.

    But when he steps on the wrestling mat, Holtsclaw cranks up the intensity. He doesn’t let his emotions get the best of him, but he’s not as even-keeled as he is in football.

    Two sports, two entirely opposite personalities.

  • Abdullah White appears in court on auto theft charge

    A Radcliff man seen fleeing the home where a LaRue County woman was killed on Dec. 30 has been indicted for auto theft and appeared Wednesday morning in LaRue District Court.

    Abdullah White, 35, was arrested Jan. 4 at a Louisville motel after police had been searching for him for several days.

    Kristie Allen, 28, of Buffalo, was found dead in a home Dec. 30 where she had been house-sitting. Her mother saw White leaving the house and getting into Allen's white Toyota Camry and leaving the scene.

  • The Best: Bountiful broccoli

    I truly love all vegetables, but I just forget about them sometimes. Broccoli is one that’s easy to forget. For years I would regularly steam broccoli and serve it with a little butter or lemon juice. Then I sort of got tired of that. Nowadays, I tend to use broccoli in a salad, and nearly always, it’s one of these two salads featured today.

  • Saying goodbye and thanks to Gatewood Galbraith

    ISSUE: The passing of a Kentucky original
    OUR VIEW: Remember his passion and caring 

    Saying Gatewood Galbraith was an interesting man is like saying if the economy were better more people would be employed. At an absolute minimum, Gatewood was interesting but he also was much more.

  • Roller derby members help drama club roll to 'Xanadu'

    A glittering disco ball sparkled overhead and Irene Cara’s “Fame” blared as Wolf Pack, a member of Vette City Roller Derby, skated alongside high school actors and actresses on stage at Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center.

    Wolf Pack, whose name is Stephanie Maloney, was one of two members of the roller derby group out of Bowling Green who gave skating tips Central Hardin High School drama club students Monday night. She is a John Hardin High School graduate who worked with the PAC for about a year and a half.

  • Radcliff to overhaul zoning ordinance

    Radcliff Planner Murray Wanner this week proposed an overhaul to the city’s zoning ordinance — the first comprehensive change to the city’s zoning standards since 1984.

    In drafting a new ordinance, Wanner said he wants to streamline and modernize the code while making regulations less stringent and friendlier to the development community.

    Wanner also said the plan must mesh with the comprehensive plan, subdivision regulations and build off of the framework of the existing zoning ordinance.

  • Books for Babies assists in literacy skills

    Bottles and blankets are important when a baby is born, but Hardin County Schools wants parents to know that books are, too.

    HCS is resuming its Books for Babies program this school year after discontinuing it because of funding issues during the 2010-11 school year.

    Every baby born at Hardin Memorial Hospital receives a copy of “Read to Your Bunny” by Rosemary Wells, a small paperback book that tells parents of the importance of reading to their child for 20 minutes a day.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: LaRue County routs Lady Waves (1/11)

    Meade County coach Josh Hurt tried a new offensive strategy against LaRue County’s 2-3 zone defense.

  • PREP BOWLING: Central Hardin splits with Greenwood (01/11)





    ELIZABETHTOWN — Results from Tuesday’s dual at Dix-E-Town Lanes (x-denotes earned team point; in baker, a team has five bowlers rotate, each bowling two frames; 1-6, 2-7, 3-8, 4-9, 5-10):

    Team Scores