Today's News

  • PREP SWIMMING: Woodford County Invitational Results (12/18)




    VERSAILLES — Results from Saturday’s 10th annual Woodford County Invitational Swim Meet at the Falling Springs Arts & Rec Center:


    Combined, 22 Teams

  • PREP BOWLING: Taylor County sweeps North Hardin; Central Hardin, John Hardin split (12/18)

    The road to Louisville for the KHSAA Bowling State Tournament appears to run through Campbellsville for area teams.

    Taylor County was dominant in Saturday’s dual with North Hardin at Dix-E-Town Lanes, as the Cardinals beat the Trojans 6-1 and the Lady Cardinals shut out the Lady Trojans, 7-0.

    Also at Dix-E-Town, the Central Hardin Bruins beat the John Hardin Bulldogs, while the John Hardin Lady Bulldogs rolled past the Central Hardin Lady Bruins, 5½-1½.

  • Local choir captures national honor

    The North Hardin High School choir has a few extra dollars at its disposal after capturing a national honor.

    The local choir was one of 60 school musical programs around the nation to earn the second place prize of $10,000 in the “Glee Give a Note Campaign” sponsored by the National Association for Music Education.

    The North Hardin choir earned the prize by creating a video to argue why the program could use the grant as members of the choir emphasized their belief in music.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Woodson propels North Hardin over John Hardin (12/18)

    With 17th District rival John Hardin roaring back from an 11-point deficit Friday night, a revved-up Brianna Woodson put an end to the Lady Bulldogs’ second-half comeback.

    The North Hardin Lady Trojans’ lone senior carried them through and drove them ahead.

  • PREP WRESTLING: LaRue dominates Bruin Duals (12/18)

    Heading into the ballyhooed Smoky Mountain Duals, the LaRue County Hawks are looking every bit the No. 1 team in the state.

    LaRue County continued its torrid start Saturday, rolling to four lopsided wins in the Central Hardin Bruin Duals. Nine wrestlers went undefeated as the Hawks knocked off Lexington Lafayette, Barren County, Meade County and Central Hardin.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: North Hardin drops John Hardin, stays unbeaten in 17th District play (12/17)

    Junior Chanel Roberts scored a game-high 27 points, while senior Brianna Woodson finished with 12  to lead the North Hardin Lady Trojans to a 52-39 victory Friday night at 17th District rival John Hardin.

    Tied at 31 with 7 minutes left in the fourth quarter, Woodson scored 10 of the Lady Trojans' next 12 points --including eight straight -- to propel her team to a 43-37 lead with 3:36 to play. 

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Elizabethtown downs Central Hardin (12/18)

    It’s been said that practice makes perfect. The Elizabethtown Lady Panthers weren’t perfect Friday night, but they were improved. They have had a good week of practice since their loss to Nelson County on Dec. 8 and it showed.

    The Lady Panthers raced out to a 23-4 lead and never looked back as they routed the Central Hardin Lady Bruins, 70-45 in a 17th District game at Central Hardin.

  • HCS tables drug policy decision

    The Hardin County Schools board decided to table their decision on a change to a student drug and alcohol policy until June, when the board regularly reviews policies.

    The policy change was in regards to the length of suspension students received for a first violation of the policy, which deals with students using or possessing drugs or alcohol at school or a school-related event. Currently, those students receive a 10-day suspension or five days if they receive drug counseling.

  • HCS finalizes 2012-13 calendar

    Hardin County Schools’ winter break will be similar to this year’s despite objections from the district’s education association.

    The Hardin County Schools board approved the 2012-13 school calendar at a board meeting Thursday night. Disagreements arose over the structure of the winter break, but the board decided to schedule it very similar to this year’s upcoming break.

  • More Coca-Cola museum auction dates set

    The next set of auction dates have been set at the Schmidt Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia and will feature some of the museum’s largest items up for public bid. The auctions are March 24 and 25 at the Elizabethtown museum and follow up on the first set of auctions that collected more than $3 million for around 650 Coke-related items.

    Some items were sold for more than $100,000, according to Museum President Larry Schmidt.