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Today's News

  • Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

    David L. and Sandra R. Moore to Cartus Corporation, 1895 Thomas Road, Rineyville, $218,000.

    Aimee and Donald J. Wentz to Courtney Davis-Riggs, 827 Lincoln Drive, Elizabethtown, $111,000.

    Frank S. Farley to Bradley J. and Hannah R. Downs, 378 Grand Canyon Drive, Elizabethtown, $215,000.

    Beneficial Kentucky Inc. to Brandy Waddell, 9619 Leitchfield Road, Cecilia, $63,000.

  • 17TH DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT: Lady Bruins overcome slow start for second straight crown (10/14)

    Nerves, negative energy and no points.

    That’s how Thursday’s 17th District Volleyball Tournament final started out for defending champ Central Hardin.

  • BOYS' 10TH DISTRICT SOCCER TOURNAMENT: Mabe scores twice to lead Bruins past Meade, 4-0 (10/14)

    After he scored the game’s first goal 14 minutes in, the Meade County Green Wave took Central Hardin’s Noah Wiersema out of the equation.

    That was just fine with Jordan Mabe.

    A sophomore midfielder, Mabe scored two goals as the tournament host Bruins knocked off Meade County, 4-0 in the Boys’ 10th District Soccer Tournament final Thursday night.

  • GIRLS' 10TH DISTRICT SOCCER TOURNAMENT FINAL: Elizabethtown 1, Central Hardin 0 (10/14)

    It only seems like she’s been in hiding for a while, but Central Hardin’s No. 1 public enemy resurfaced with a vengeance Thursday night.

    Elizabethtown senior Taylor Perkins scored the game’s only goal with 24:51 remaining in the first half and the Lady Panthers’ defense stifled Central Hardin once again as the top-seeded Lady Panthers edged the second-seeded Lady Bruins, 1-0 in the final of the Girls’ 10th District Soccer Tournament at John Hardin.

  • Share the road and perspective

    The issue: Motorcycle safety
    Our view: All drivers have responsibility to each other

    Whether you drive a motorcycle or an automobile, you have a responsibility to anticipate the hazards and reactions of other drivers.

  • Testimony under way in teen murder trial

    Opening statements in the trial of a Louisville teen accused of killing his friend were presented Wednesday, and on Thursday, testimony got under way.

    Conner Galenski is one of three Louisville teens charged in the murder of 18-year-old Mackenzie Smyser last year. According to state police, Galenski, Ryan Wilt and Jason Gowers drove Smyser to a location off Patriot Lane near Ky. 313  on Nov. 2, 2010, under the pretense of committing a burglary.

  • Walk to remember lost pregnancies, infants

    Hope Coffey of Leitchfield knows loss.

    She once gave birth to twin girls and returned home with only one child. The other was stillborn.

    She will join other parents who have lost children during the area’s first walk to remember pregnancy and infant loss.

    The walk begins at 2 p.m. CDT Saturday at the track at Grayson County Middle School on John Hill Taylor Drive in Leitchfield.

  • Vine Grove keeps property tax rates firm

    The Vine Grove City Council addressed trick-or-treat hours, property taxes and solid waste disposal during a called meeting Wednesday night.

    Trick-or-treat hours were set from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 31 for children 12 years old and younger.

    Property taxes were set by a 4-1 vote to remain at the same level for the current fiscal year that they were during the previous year. Councilwoman Donna Betson was absent.

  • Warm Blessing shares 'Empty Bowls'

    Pictured making a ceramic bowl for an upcoming Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen fundraiser is Elizabethtown Police Chief Tracy Schiller. Chief Schiller’s bowl, along with other community leaders handmade bowls, will be auctioned at a soup dinner, titled “Empty Bowls” on Jan. 14.

  • Edmondson speaks to DAR members

    On Sept. 16 the Captain Jacob VanMeter Chapter of the DAR was honored to have as their guest speaker, Col. Mauhee Edmondson. Col. Edmondson, who is the deputy commander for Mobilization Health Services, USA MEDDAC at Fort Knox, gave a presentation entitled “911 at the Pentagon”.