Today's News

  • BASEBALL: Velocity is taking off (09/15)

    Most Hardin County sports fans are aware of Stevie Delabar’s rapid rise through the Seattle Mariners’ organization this season. Delabar was a substitute teacher and coaching baseball at John Hardin prior to the Major League season beginning.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: E'town looking for leadership (09/15)

    Elizabethtown football coach Adam Billings thinks that born leader mantra is garbage.

    In his mind, leaders aren’t born into the role. They’re made.

  • Police seek help identifying suspects in school break-in

    Kentucky State Police are investigating a burglary at North Hardin Christian School in Radcliff earlier this month.

    According to a news release, the unknown suspects "were able to circumvent security measures" at 12:38 p.m. last Wednesday. While inside, they took credit cards from a purse in an unoccupied classroom.

    After leaving the school, the suspects took the credit cards to stores in Elizabethtown and used them to purchase several items, including an iPad 2 and gift cards, according to KSP.

  • BOYS' PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Wednesday's Results (09/15)



  • 2011 Septemberfest could be last in Elizabethtown

    James McDonald and Steve Brumbelow unpacked their collectables Wednesday with friendly chit-chat.

    A conference room at the Baymont Inn and Suites on Commerce Drive in Elizabethtown slowly filled with bottles of Coca-Cola from as far back as 1904, posters promoting the drink from the 1950s and before, Coca-Cola clocks and various other collectables bearing the cola’s name.

    The men started their collections with one Coca-Cola bottle more than 20 years ago, said Brumbelow of Snellville, Ga.

  • Local mom hopes to gather others to combat bullying

    A Cecilia mother plans to address the danger of bullying tonight at the Hardin County Schools’ board meeting.

    Angie Carter, a mother of a West Hardin Middle School student, is expected to discuss her concerns and initiatives she’d like to see taken up by the district.

  • Local pilot, flight instructor honored by National Weather Service

    The National Weather Service on Wednesday honored two local men for their service during a rash of tornadoes in April, including one that heavily damaged the Hardin County Fairgrounds near Glendale.

    Pilot Roy Cantrall and flight instructor Glen Norman were presented with a plaque at Addington Field in Elizabethtown for their aerial photography, capturing images of damage from tornadoes that struck portions of Hardin and Grayson counties, said Brian Schoettmer, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Louisville.

  • Photo: Sewer work
  • Police investigating robbery at Radcliff T-Mart

    The Radcliff Police Department is investigating a robbery at T-Mart at 1804 S. Dixie Blvd.

    According to an RPD news release, police received a call at 12:30 a.m. last Wednesday reporting a robbery at the T-Mart. A store clerk told police a white male, 6 foot and about 230 pounds, brandished a small, black semi-automatic pistol and demanded cash, according to the release.

    The suspect was wearing a black T-shirt, black sweatpants, white shoes and a dark bandana that covered the top of his head, police said.

  • Cardboard Nation encourages participants to reflect on homelessness

    Warm Blessings invites Hardin Countians to spend a night in a cardboard box -- come rain or shine -- for its annual “homeless experience,” Cardboard Nation.

    Registration for Cardboard Nation begins at 6 p.m. Friday at the Fire and Rescue Training Station at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, said Linda Funk, chairwoman of the executive board of Warm Blessings.