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Today's News

  • Bookends and More opens

     The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce sponsored a ribbon cutting and grand opening on May 20 for one of its newest members, Bookends and More, 809 N. Wilson Road, Radcliff. In attendance at the ceremony were Klaus Brock and Donna Bray of Bookends, Chamber BoardChairman Tom Hewlett, Chamber President Brad Richardson, employees, family, friends and Chamber ambassadors. 

  • Rineyville community news

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include: Mary Riney, Delphine French, Jerry Davis, Becky Miller, Phillip Taylor, Jo Ella Nall, Shorty Brown, Pam Read, Tony Purdon, Norbie Thompson, Karen Lucio, Sharon Bessette, Winona Skees, Amy Allen Stephanie Meredith, Rene Prather, Parker Duvall, Kristen Hall, Wayne Farmer, Jimmy Jones, Jamie Cecil, Jim Muse, Marion Crutcher, and Donna Nall.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Central's Morse named region's top player

    The Central Hardin Bruins continued their winning ways – only it was a different victory.

    The Bruins placed five players on the All-Region baseball team selected by 5th Region coaches. Seniors Russ Morse, Ryan Squires and Austin Walters made the first team, while sophomores Drew Harrington and Troy Squires were selected to the second team.

    Five other Bruins – seniors Levi McCamish, Matt Nichols, Dylan Shoffner and Taylor Wilson and junior Cannon Ray – were honorable mention selections.

  • 5th REGION BASEBALL TOURNAMENT: Central meets Nelson; E'town faces Washington (5/29)

    On first glance, the bottom half of the 5th Region Baseball Tournament bracket appears to be loaded.

    Three of the four teams with winning records in the tournament, which will be held at Central Hardin, are in bottom half of the bracket. All three teams have 24 or more victories.

    “The bottom of the bracket is a little tough,” Taylor County coach Jeff Gumm said. “But the bottom line is when you get to region, you need to play good to win.”

  • STATE TRACK & FIELD: Jump for joy (05/29)

    LOUISVILLE Being the two-time defending Class 3-A triple jump state champion, a lot of pressure was riding on the shoulders of Halie Holloway.

    The John Hardin senior didn’t seemed fazed by it as she won her third straight championship in the event Saturday at the KHSAA State Track & Field Championships at the University of Louisville’s Owsley Frazier Cardinal Park.

    Holloway won with a jump of 36 feet, 4 inches to beat Lexington Paul Dunbar sophomore Kierra Mohammed by 3.25 inches.

  • Focus on finance: 17 reasons IRAs are different

    Question: What counts as “compensation” that you can contribute to an IRA?

  • My Kitchen, Your Recipe

    By MARY ALICE HOLT

    I really enjoyed trying out this recipe for Stir-n-Roll Pizza that Barbara Watkins of Bonnieville sent me. I’m not a huge pizza fan, but my husband is, and I don’t think I had ever tried to make one from scratch. I had assumed it would be difficult, but this one was very easy.

  • Foreigner rocks Elizabethtown
  • 5TH REGION SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT DRAW: Central Hardin, Green County could collide in semis (05/28)

    A slight smile crept across Donnie Baker’s face Saturday and the 5th Region Softball Tournament draw wasn’t even over yet.

    The North Hardin Trojans’ veteran coach had already heard what he wanted to hear at host LaRue County as ninth-ranked Green County and No. 11 Central Hardin drew into the same half (top) of the bracket.

  • 5TH REGION BASEBALL TOURNAMENT DRAW: Bottom half of bracket appears to be loaded (05/29)

    On first glance, the bottom half of the 5th Region Baseball Tournament bracket appears to be loaded.

    Three of the four teams with winning records in the tournament, which will be held at Central Hardin, are in bottom half of the bracket. All three teams have 24 or more victories.

    Defending region champion Central Hardin, the 17th District champion, meets the 19th District runner-ups Nelson County Cardinals (12-20) at 6:30 p.m. Monday. The Bruins (29-4) beat Nelson County, 12-0 on May 14.