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Today's News

  • Radcliff Woman’s participates in Summer Blast

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club participated in the City of Radcliff Summer Blast on June 25 at Colvin Community Center.

  • Shannon speaks at NARFE July meeting

    Elizabethtown NARFE, Chapter 1050, met in July at the Nolin RECC Conference Room in Elizabethtown. The speaker was member Clay Shannon who focused on four essentials for NARFE:  1. Stay active on the NARFE rolls; 2. Talk one-on-one with legislators, either in legislative meetings or through correspondence;  3. Attend the 2012 meeting for the state as a delegate; and 4. Prepare for 2013 Federation meeting since the local club will be the hosts. 

  • Elizabethtown Woman's Club donates to History Museum and Helping Hand

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown made donations to Helping Hand and the History Museum on July 8.

  • New Officers sworn into RPD

    On June 24, Hardin District Judge Kimberly W. Shumate gave the oath of office to Radcliff Police Department’s newest officers. Pictured from left, Capt. Kenneth Mattingly, Officer Brandon Casey, Capt. William Wells, Officer Morgan Jones, Judge Shumate and Radcliff Mayor J.J. Duvall.

  • Vintage cars will be Cruisin' the Heartland this weekend

    Rev up your engines, polish up those tires and wipe down the chrome because Cruisin’ the Heartland returns to town this weekend.

    Last year’s even was expected to draw 300 cars but organizers were thrilled to see about 950 cars from six states lining the streets of downtown Elizabethtown.

    “We were very happy for the first year,” organizer Rik Hawkins said. “It felt like you’d walked back in time with all the chrome, glitter and muscle cars.”

  • Regional Education Center showcases its offerings

    It’s one-stop education shopping in Radcliff.
    The postsecondary institutions at the Regional Education Center held a Community Education Fair as a way to introduce the community to local scholarly options.
    Along with booths set up for local institutions, each school offered sessions Wednesday for community members to sample what they offer. Children could sit in on music and art classes while adults could learn about topics such as Internet safety, Facebook use and acquiring money for college.

  • Single-passenger plane crashes near Elizabethtown airport

    A single-passenger airplane used to tow banners crashed Wednesday afternoon in a ditch near West Park Road.
    Elizabethtown Fire Chief Mike Hulsey said the plane’s pilot, Harry Goss, was displaying a McDonald’s banner over Elizabethtown.

    After stopping to take a break and refuel, Goss was flying above the banner to reconnect it to the plane, Airport Manager Roger Lawson said. He missed the banner when his plane began to stall.

  • Probable cause found in West Point man's sexual abuse case

    District Judge Kim Shumate found probable cause Wednesday in the case against a West Point man accused of sending sexually explicit messages to his foster child.

    Jimmie Sturgill, 64, is charged with one count of first-degree unlawful transaction with a minor.

    According to the arrest warrant, Sturgill sent sexually charged Facebook messages to a girl from October to June. She was 14 at the time Sturgill allegedly began sending messages.

  • Hiring staff is one part of Sports Park project

    The topic: Sports Park director
    Our view: All eyes on the park
    The Elizabethtown Sports Park is on a fast track toward its unveiling next year at this time.
    Dirt has been turned, bids have been accepted and the facility is starting to take shape.
    And, management has been put in place. The latest hire is Seth Breitner as director of  the state-of-the-art, multi-sports complex.
    The park already has a turf specialist. Sufficient management will be in place to make the park look like a sports destination.

  • West Park Road extension to open soon

    With an extension of West Park Road complete and safety concerns leveling off, Elizabethtown soon plans to open the road to the public.

    Mayor Tim Walker said the city is mulling a specific date to open the road to traffic, but plans to do so before Hardin County Schools reconvene classes Aug. 3.

    Major work on the roadway concluded in June, said City Engineer Scott Reynolds, but the city delayed opening the road for safety reasons because contractors at the Elizabethtown Sports Park were using large trucks on the road and transporting heavy machinery.