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Today's News

  • When children need help, don't be a bystander

    Over the past few months, a great deal of media attention has been focused on Kentucky’s troubled child welfare system and, more specifically and disturbing, on child deaths at the hands of trusted caregivers and family members.

    As Kentucky lawmakers wrestle with the issue of how to craft laws to prevent child abuse and death, the rest of us shake our heads in collective disbelief and shame. We as a society allow our most vulnerable and precious citizens to suffer such outrageous and horrifying maltreatment despite our individual better judgment and good intentions.

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  • Two charged in murder attempt following E'town shooting

    Elizabethtown police arrested two Radcliff residents Tuesday related to an attempted murder after a gunshot was heard on North Mantle Avenue.

    An argument Tuesday morning about illegal drugs culminated in a shot being fired, said Sgt. Tim Cleary with the Elizabethtown Police Department. Stacey G. Ford, 30, and Kelly L. Kennedy, 33, were arrested without incident Tuesday evening.

    According to police, Kennedy drove to a North Mantle residence where Ford got out of a car, produced a Kimber .45-caliber semi-automatic handgun and fired a shot at a man’s head.

  • Money matters to dominate legislature

    ISSUE: 2012 Kentucky General Assembly
    OUR VIEW: Session loaded with daunting tasks

  • Women With a Purpose give back to the community

    Women With a Purpose made a monetary donation Dec. 16 to Pastor Timothy W. Brown, pastor of Greater Dimensions Community Fellowship, to aid in the organization’s vision of community outreach.
    The organization gives aid to those in the community who are in need, helping with such things as food baskets and toys, hoping to make a positive difference.
    Women with a Purpose has as its goal to make a positive difference in the community.

  • Potted Few Garden Club has annual Christmas dinner

    The Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club met at the home of club President Anneliese Knoll in mid-December for the annual Christmas dinner meeting.
    Renate Gosser was co-host for the event. Many members brought their spouses, and everyone had a wonderful evening of great company, delicious food and a fun filled exchange of gifts.

  • Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club has Christmas banquet and installs officers

    The Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club held its Christmas banquet and in-stallation of officers at Colvin Community Center in Radcliff. More than 60 members and guests were in attendance. Wink’s Smokehouse catered the event. 
    Chef Winkenhofer presented Bev Rickey, club president, with a Kentucky Colonel’s certificate on behalf of Maria Batistoni, who was vacationing with family in Australia.  

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Lady Bruins hoping for some more magic (1/5)

    After pulling off one big 17th District victory earlier this week, the Central Hardin Lady Bruins are hoping for a little more magic tonight when they visit the homestanding Elizabethtown Lady Panthers.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Holtsclaw receives rare invitation (1/5)

    John Hardin junior strong safety Wade Holtsclaw couldn’t hide his excitement when talking about his invitation to the U.S. Army National Combine this weekend in San Antonio.

  • Abdullah White arrested at Louisville motel

    A Radcliff resident wanted in connection with a LaRue County homicide last weekend was found Wednesday night at a Louisville motel on Preston Highway, according to Kentucky State Police.

    Abdullah R. White, 35, reportedly was seen fleeing the murder scene in the victim's vehicle that was later found in Taylor County.

    Kentucky State Police and the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force developed information leading to White's arrest. He has been charged with burglary and theft by unlawful taking.