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Today's News

  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Lady Bulldogs, Lady Bruins notch wins (1/17)

    Junior post Michelle Montgomery and sophomore post Zacchea Small each had a double-double to lead the host John Hardin Lady Bulldogs to a 50-34 win over North Bullitt on Monday.

    Montgomery had 23 points and 16 rebounds, while Small had 10 points, 10 rebounds and three assists as John Hardin (13-4) won its fifth straight.

    Junior wing Desireah Mills added seven points and three assists.

    JOHN HARDIN 50, NORTH BULLITT 34

  • Update: Fire near Rineyville kills two

    Fire officials were searching for clues to the cause of a Monday morning fire that claimed two lives in the Rineyville area.

    Hardin County Coroner Bill Lee said the bodies of Houston "Butch" Beswick, 44, and Carol Crain, 49, were found inside the single-story home. Autopsies performed Tuesday confirmed that smoke inhalation was the cause of death.

    The bodies were recovered from the rural residence in the 800 block of Long Hollow Road a few hours after fire crews arrived.

  • Unity Celebration: Let love lead

    The vision of Martin Luther King Jr. lived Monday at Pritchard Community Center through the eyes of students and the words of a Fort Knox soldier, who called on the audience to lean on the redemptive power of love and find forgiveness in the midst of pain.

  • Photo: Singing in the rain
  • For Tim Tebow, it's all in the numbers

    “Why can’t you do something like that?” My friend jokingly posed that question to me while we were waiting for a church deacons meeting to begin.

  • Nelson library expansion on schedule for spring

    Two new library branches in Nelson County are on schedule to open this spring.

    The New Haven branch will open about six weeks before a location across the county in Bloomfield.

    “We are excited to report we are on time and on budget on both branches,” said Val Downs, president of the Nelson County Public Library Board of Trustees. “We have not encountered any setback financially or the time standpoint.”

  • Called behind bars

    The Rev. Larry Vance has been stabbed four times. A prison inmate put out a hit, offering a reward to have Vance killed.  Vance has looked square into the face of an inmate who promised to return to Elizabethtown and kill his children. He has a suitcase full of homemade weapons confiscated from jail and prison inmates.

    After 35 years of service with the Kentucky Ministry for Crime Prevention Inc., Vance, 66, is resigning as chaplain and executive director of the ministry.

  • WQXE's Greg Milby is not a normal morning show host

    Greg Milby starts his day earlier than some — 3:30 a.m. to be exact.

    Early in the morning, Milby commutes from Corydon, Ind., to Elizabethtown to co-host the WQXE morning show “Greg and Hollie in the Morning.”

    He’s been making the drive for 10 years but will move to Elizabethtown soon. It will give him more opportunities to serve in Hardin County and shortening the drive gives him more time with his wife, Jennifer, and their two sons.

  • Managing the stress of caregiving

    Stress. It’s amazing what a small, six-letter word can do to a person’s physical, mental and emotional health. We have all felt stress at different times, and know the havoc it can cause, from the headaches to the ulcers to the fits of uncontrollable crying.

    For many of us, and especially for the caregivers of a loved one with a chronic illness such as Alzheimer’s disease, negative stress often is the leader of other undesirable feelings. Stress, along with guilt, despair and anxiety quickly can eat away at a family caregiver’s entire being.

  • Miniature animals fill man's retirement

    Doug Ray might not be in when potential customers stop by to view his livestock.

    His number is posted on the outside of Duke’s Tack Shop in Stephensburg in case he’s visiting friends at the gym, fishing or otherwise enjoying his retirement.

    “It’s a sad way to run a business, but it’s an old-man business,” he said.

    The 70-year-old began running the store about 10 years ago and raising geese, horses, donkeys and goats to fill his retirement hours.