Today's News

  • Motorcycles are Don Green's passion and profession

    Almost 22 years of serving in the military and a lifetime of riding motorcycles have provided Don Green a lot of joy.

    About two years ago, Green retired from the military. A short stint as a contractor made him realize he needed to pursue his true passion, the one that really gets his motor running.

    “I actually took a pay cut to do this,” Green said of his role as a Motorcycle Safety Foundation rider coach.

    His happiness is worth it, he said.

  • Delabar's baseball path is a big league story

    TOPIC: Stevie Delabar
    OUR VIEW: Perseverance pays off

    The Stevie Delabar story is not just a good sports story; it’s a good story on life and how you always pursue your dreams no matter how high the hurdles you have to climb.

    The former Central Hardin High School pitcher is in the major leagues with the Seattle Mariners, less than six months after being out of baseball and serving as an assistant baseball coach at John Hardin High School.

  • Coke items on the auction block
  • Bus crash survivors against expanding alcohol sales

    As the Oct. 4 elections approach, two survivors of the deadly Carrollton bus crash will speak out today against expanded alcohol sales.

    A news conference in opposition of expanded alcohol sales is set for 10:30 a.m. today at the crash memorial alongside North Hardin Memorial Gardens on South Logsdon Parkway in Radcliff.

    Lincoln Trail Baptist Church organized the event in conjunction with the Hardin County Christian Coalition, said Tim Miller, a staff member at the church. He estimated the event would be 45 minutes to an hour long.

  • KET attempting to capture essence of Elizabethtown

    Kentucky Educational Television director and producer Tom Bickel’s favorable impression of Elizabethtown grew Monday morning as he arrived to shoot film at the Elizabethtown City Cemetery.

    Anxious to record a piece of Elizabethtown’s Civil War history, Bickel was seeking out a cannon credited for the cannonball blast famous around the city.

    Bickel was met by a man who was mowing the cemetery. After learning of Bickel’s intentions, the man hurriedly grabbed his equipment and cleaned the area around the cannon.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL-SOCCER ROUNDUP: LaRue volleyball falls in three sets to Hart (09/13)

    The LaRue County volleyball team started off well Monday night, but couldn’t hold on in a 24-26, 25-23, 25-21 loss to visiting 18th District rival Hart County.

    Sophomore Ivy Brown paced the Lady Hawks (8-12 overall, 2-3 district) with 12 kills, seven assists and two blocks, while junior Haley Holt added eight kills and junior Lauren Meredith had 10 assists.

    Junior Miranda Hornback had three aces and three kills, while freshman Alexis Brewer had four kills.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Monday's Scores (09/13)




    HARNED — Results from Monday’s match at the par-36 front nine at Breckinridge County Country Club:


  • PREP FOOTBALL: Fort Knox hopes bye week can snap funk (09/13)

    The Fort Knox Eagles got a taste of just how quickly things can change Friday night in the annual Army Bowl at Fort Campbell.

    In a span of 3 ½ minutes at Fryar Stadium, the Eagles went from trailing 7-6 to down big as Fort Campbell senior Aaron Hills scored three touchdowns. He caught a touchdown pass, rushed for a score and returned an interception for another touchdown to turn what was a close game into a blowout.

    The Falcons (2-2) reeled off 41 unanswered points en route to a 68-26 win, their ninth straight over Fort Knox (1-3).

  • Army changes Purple Heart policy

    ISSUE: Purple Heart eligibility
    OUR VIEW: Head injuries should qualify

    The Army’s decision to make more concussion victims eligible for the Purple Heart says more about medical science than military policy.

    As researchers and doctors gain a better understanding of head injuries, the information is changing everything from treatment regimens to high school sports.

  • You never know what words will be your last

    I was standing at the street corner, waiting for the light to change when I saw him out of the corner of my eye. He was waving his left arm from his car window, urgently trying to get my attention. Then, pulling out of his parking space, he stopped in front of me, blocking me from crossing the street.

    Only after he lowered his electric window could I see who it was.

    “I liked your sermon yesterday; I liked it a lot.”