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Today's News

  • E'town woman dies in head-on crash

    An Elizabethtown woman was killed and her young son hospitalized late Monday afternoon in a head-on collision with a van near the intersection of Springfield and Valley Creek roads.

    Dawn Wilbur, 29, was killed when her westbound Honda Accord on Valley Creek Road, police say, crossed the yellow line and into the path of a Ford Aerostar van driven by Jonathon C. Bergner, 46, of Elizabethtown.

  • The Red Cross has an Angel on its shoulder

    Angel Gates is a woman who works hard and plays hard. She's a woman driven by love for her family, giving back to her community and blasting her foes on the paintball field.

    A stroke, a wheelchair, even seizures, couldn't change that.

    Gates, of Rineyville, has been volunteering in some way or another for many years. She started volunteering with a migrant education program when her oldest son started school. She started volunteering with the American Red Cross 12 years ago.

  • Lions Club members welcome Richard Roland

    The Elizabethtown Lions Club welcomed Elizabethtown High School Student of the Month Richard Roland. Richard has been director of operations for the Elizabethtown High School Football team, official scorer for Lady Panthers basketball and also has earned the highest honor in Boy Scouts, Eagle Scout. He plans to attend Elizabethtown Community and Technical College and Western Kentucky University to pursue a bachelors degree in elementary education. Pictured are Lion Patricia Zeitz, Richard Roland, his stepmother, Jennifer, and his father, Richard.

  • Thank you to the community from Relay For Life

  • Shoplifting leads police to meth lab

    What started Monday afternoon as a case of tracking down a shoplifter in Elizabethtown turned into much more in Eastview.

    A meth lab was discovered buried in mud.

    “I’ve seen them everywhere,’’ said Detective Rob Green with the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force. “I’ve just never seen one buried in the mud from someone who was on the run.’’

  • Photos: Can you hear me now?
  • County budget approved

    Hardin Fiscal Court approved a budget for the county’s upcoming fiscal year during its meeting Tuesday.

    The $29 million budget was first proposed last month and closely mirrors the budget for the current fiscal year. Fiscal Court members unanimously approved the budget with no discussion Tuesday.

    It is the second-lowest budget in eight years, adding an additional $161,000 in expenses.

  • Area students show off science skills

    Hardin County Schools hosted what could be called a science fair of sorts Monday, minus a few baking soda volcanoes.

    The science was limited mostly to gadgets and what they can help students accomplish at the first ever HCS student technology fair, in which students and staff showed work or equipment used in classrooms or through Student Technology Leadership Program teams at the schools.

  • Foreigner set for Friday; packed park expected

    When classic rock group Foreigner takes the stage Friday night at Freeman Lake Park, Elizabethtown City Councilman Kenny Lewis fully expects the group to be welcomed by 5,000 fans — capacity for the event.

    “As far as I can tell at this point, tickets sales have gone really well,” he said. “I don’t have exact numbers, but we will do even better this week if the weather will improve. We’ll have good sales at the gate; We always do.’’

  • May student editor

    Kerry Skiff is this month's student editor for Rising Voices.

    A junior, who is homeschooled and a part of the Christian Educational Consortium, Kerry is involved in volleyball and soccer at Elizabethtown Christian Academy. Her hobbies include playing the flute.

    Her future career interests include teaching and journalism.

    As editor for the May issue of Rising Voices, Kerry led discussion and assigned stories and photos.

    She joined Rising Voices to gain journalism experience.