Today's News

  • Garrison Command tasked with eliminating more than 130 positions

    Fort Knox officials are in the process of reducing the post’s workforce in a manner officials hope will remove redundancies without leading to significant job loss.

    The directive to reduce staffing is part of a planned civilian workforce reduction of around 8,700 positions throughout the U.S. Army by Sept. 30, 2012, that, at Fort Knox, primarily is expected to affect U.S. Army Accessions Command and Garrison Command.

  • Thanks for “A Taste of Radcliff"

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club offers a special thanks to all participants for attending and supporting our fourth annual Taste of Radcliff. Additionally, a big thank you to all the businesses that have come together to show how great and diverse they are, demonstrating the willingness of the businesses to come together for a common cause — the betterment of our community.
    More importantly, we wish to praise and thank all the members of the Radcliff Woman’s Club for donating their time, energy and food to this worthy cause.

  • Connecting the dots

    ISSUE: Green Dot intervention program
    OUR VIEW: Reminding us to assist others

  • Community Health Clinic, Red Cross feel influence of United Way

    Donald Marine knows what it is like to need a bridge through hard times.

    Marine, a former patient at the Community Health Clinic of Hardin and LaRue Counties, turned to the clinic after he was laid off and lost his insurance, struggling to stay afloat and healthy with a heart condition.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Area teams go 4-0 in tourney openers (12/28)

    Junior Chanel Roberts posted a double-double to lead the North Hardin Lady Trojans to a 55-37 win Tuesday over Leslie County in the Frankfort Western Hills Lady Wolverine Christmas Tournament.

    Roberts had 19 points, 10 rebounds and two steals, while senior Brianna Woodson chipped in with 13 points, two assists and two steals.

    Sophomore Kiera Jones and freshman Zakayshia Pass each scored six points.


  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: LaRue rolls over Metcalfe County in own tournament (12/28)

    LaRue County junior Kelton Ford scored 21 points to lead five players in double figures and the host Hawks hit 14 3-pointers as they rolled to a 103-37 win over Metcalfe County in the National Guard Holiday Classic on Tuesday.

    Ford, who hit three 3s, also had four rebounds, four assists and four steals. Junior Gabe Shirley added 19 points, three steals, three rebounds and two assists, while senior Kyle Sheeran had 18 points, eight assists and two steals. Sheeran hit 4-of-7 from beyond the arc.

    Senior Kyle Meredith scored 16, and sophomore Kody Key 14.

  • Texas woman charged with several felonies

    A woman who involved police in a car chase that spanned several counties and two states has been charged with several felonies.

    Kentucky State Police charged Carolyn S. Jones, 26, of Killeen, Texas, with third-degree assault, receiving stolen property over $500, first-degree fleeing and evading and first-degree criminal mischief in the first degree.

    Jones is in custody at Clark County Detention Center in Indiana, and will be extradited to Jefferson County if she’s indicted on the charges.

  • Photo: Cars collide on I-65
  • Tis the season for savings

    Though it was the day after Christmas, dozens of shoppers loaded their bright red shopping carts with wrapping paper, ornaments, bows and other festive decorations Monday morning at Target on Ring Road.

    They were searching the store’s 50-percent-off clearance sale of holiday items.

    “I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t half off,” said Rosemary Alexander, who was perusing the sales Monday with friend Becky Wilson.

  • The Best: Mini-muffin pan favorites

    These two recipes came from one of my co-workers, Terri Swain. Both are baked in mini-muffin pans (24 count), and both are delicious. Either would be great as finger food for a New Year’s Eve celebration.

    The Miniature S’Mores recipe always reminds me of my Girl Scout days. In fact, every time I even see this recipe, I feel the need to call or email some of my former Girl Scouts — so watch out, Maria, Toyondas and Katie-did.