Two men have been arrested and charged with third-degree burglary for the Feb. 13 burglary of the McDonald’s at 900 N. Mulberry St.
Elizabethtown Police received a call from the Richmond Police about suspects that they had in custody that might be involved in a local McDonald’s burglary where the restaurant was entered through the drive-thru window and the suspects left with an undisclosed amount of money.
There is no recess at G.C. Burkhead Elementary School, at least no block of time labeled recess. Instead, teachers and students make playtime more purposeful by focusing on social skills.
At the elementary school, recess isn’t looked at as a hiatus from the learning of the day, but as another lesson. And while not all schools call a break from the books a social skills lesson, it’s still considered by many to be just that.
The topic: Nathan Adcock
Our view: Hard work earned MLB spot
When Nathan Adcock played baseball as a youngster, he never expected to one day be able to call himself a Major League player.
Today, he can.
The right-hander is a Kansas City Royal and when the team opens the season this week at home, he will be one of 25 players on the roster.
As the crocus bloom and the Easter flowers show their glory, it’s not uncommon for our minds to turn to spring cleaning. A desire to freshen the linens, clean the cobwebs and start anew. Just as we start to spring clean in our homes it might be a good idea to start spring cleaning our lives.
Some stay-at-home mothers have found ways to nurture careers from the home, too. Often inspired by their role as mother, homemaker or wife, these creative women are channeling their skills to build businesses, craft products and help others. In April, Wednesday's Woman is taking a look at some of the area's mamapreneurs.
It’s been quite the offseason for former North Hardin standout Nathan Adcock and it only keeps getting better.
Adcock was taken by the Kansas City Royals in the Rule 5 draft in December from Pittsburgh, which meant Adcock would have a chance to compete for a spot on Kansas City’s opening day roster or the Royals would have to possibly send him back to the Pirates.
A whirlwind day of testimony Monday in the double murder trial against former U.S. Army Sgt. Brent Burke ended without the need for a lunch break.
Jurors were sent home before noon and Judge Kelly Mark Easton deliberated with both the defense and prosecution about the remainder of the trial’s schedule.
Testimony will resume Wednesday and Commonwealth’s Attorney Chris Shaw said he expects to wrap up his case against Burke by midday of the same day. Shaw said he has about five witnesses left to take the stand.
Fifth-graders at Lincoln Trail Elementary School can easily figure out the local landing time of a four-hour flight from Louisville to Los Angeles.
They can use visual clues in photographs to identify the city pictured.
When they recited on Friday the flight miles they tracked flown by Southwest Airlines pilot Donald Cox – 2,601, 2,467, 2,191, 2,119 and 2,367 – he laughed.
“That’s a lot,” he said. “I’m not sure I want to know this.”