Today's News

  • PREP BOWLING: Area coaches feel draft alignment is a gutter ball (01/12)

    Three of the area’s first-year bowling coaches feel the draft alignment for the postseason is far more worthy of a gutter ball than it is a strike.

    Central Hardin coach Sarah Bauer, North Hardin coach Dan Robbins and John Hardin co-coach Mike Moritz have all expressed their displeasure after the KHSAA released the draft alignment by email at 3:30 p.m. Monday.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: John Hardin looking to sweep Central Hardin (01/12)

    The John Hardin High School girls’ basketball team made history in its last meeting with Central Hardin Lady Bruins as the host Lady Bulldogs won, 48-36 on Dec. 13 to end their 0-for-20 career record against their 17th District foes.

    As the teams renew their rivalry at 7:30 tonight on Bruin Gym’s Terry Buckles Court, fifth-year John Hardin coach Bryan Todd said the last meeting is in the past.

  • Rotaract Club members give back to the community

    Service Director Dana Taylor and President Travis Roberts of the Rotaract Club of Greater Hardin County hand out donated supplies to more than 80 local families in need through Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen. Supplies were collected throughout the month of December, and included such items as toothpaste, soap, shampoo and other daily necessities.

  • Killian and Cook honored for Rotary Club lunches

    Satsuyo “Suzi” Killian, left, is pictured with Rotary Club Treasurer Larry French and Mrs. Cook. Suzi Killian has served the Rotary Club lunches for the past 24 years; Mrs. Cook prepares the meals.

  • Holiday party held at Care4Ever Senior Center

    Care4Ever Senior Center recently held a holiday party.

  • NARFE Chapter 1050 has first meeting of new year

    Elizabethtown Chapter 1050 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees met Jan 2 in the Ring Road Nolin RECC conference room  following the Heartland Service Center re-opening for the New Year. Chapter President Kay Bennett presided over the meeting.
    Guest speaker was Robin Hildesheim, certi-fied senior advisor for Tender Touch Senior Services, Inc. in Elizabeth-town. The membership learned Tender Touch Senior Services is an affordable in-home non-medical care option for senior adults that helps seniors stay independent in their own homes as long as possible.

  • Zonta Club members serve Christmas lunch

    The Zonta Club of Elizabethtown helped serve Christmas lunch to seniors and supporters of Wesley Hilltop House on Dec. 14. The club also donated dish towels and potholders to them. This is a project the club partici-pates in each year.
    The Zonta Club of Elizabethtown will begin the New Year at its monthly meeting Jan. 26 by installing new members and awarding the $500 scholarship to the Amelia Earhart Essay Contest winner. The scholarship is given to a local high school girl preparing for college.

  • 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.