Bluegrass ChalleNGe Academy cadets received Repair Affair Certificates of Appreciation for their work on June 5 at an awards ceremony June 15 at Fort Knox. Chris Dukes, secretary of RA Board of Directors, presented the certificates. Pictured front row from left, Cadets Joshua Thomas, Aaron Moore and Colin Plank; back row, Heather Mann, Cadets Zachary Carroll, Ryan Aide, Marshall Robertson, Justin Meadors and Linda Cooper.
By MARTY FINLEY firstname.lastname@example.org Local and state officials on Tuesday converged at Elizabethtown City Hall to make history. Mayor David Willmoth and Greg Jenkins of Jenkins-Essex Construction joined with representatives of the Kentucky Labor Cabinet to sign a partnership agreement, in which the city and its hired contractors pledged to provide a safe a
The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown recently held games day at the Brown-Pusey House. Twenty-two attended. A salad lunch was served and door prizes were awarded. Pictured are Betty Sue French and Ann Haszard as they play bridge with their guests.
A Hardin County grand jury will review evidence gathered against an Elizabethtown restaurateur accused of stealing more than $105,000 from a former employer.
Elizabethtown Detective Clinton Turner brought three felony charges of theft by unlawful taking, over $10,000, against Cobbler’s Café owner Jayme Burden by filing a criminal summons in Hardin District Court in January.
Burden was not arrested on the charges and pleaded not guilty at a Feb. 15 arraignment.