Today's News

  • Wild Rose Therapeutic officially opens

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting/grand opening of one of their newest Members - Wild Rose Therapeutic, on Oct. 11. They are located at 589 Franklin Lane, Elizabethtown. Wild Rose Therapeutic Classes are active participants with the Wounded Warriors Program. Pictured in the ribbon cutting are Karen Brown and Dawn Santee, Mark Needham-governors office, Dave Jarrett-Disabled American Veterans Association, Brad Richardson-Chamber president/CEO, Tom Hewlett-chamber board chairman, military veterans, family, friends, and chamber ambassadors.

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Both E'town teams heading to State; LaRue County sending two individuals (11/06)

    BOWLING GREEN — Young and old have united at just the right time for the Elizabethtown cross country teams.

    Senior Brittany Whitworth led the Lady Panthers to their third straight Class 2-A, Region 2 championship, while running rookie Chas Warden led the Panthers to another state meet berth during Saturday afternoon’s annual region meet at Ephram White Park.

  • Four hurt in crash near Hardin-Grayson line

    Four people were treated for injuries Friday after a pickup truck driver lost control and crashed into a dump truck on Leitchfield Road near the Grayson County line, Kentucky State Police said.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL UPDATE: Crimsons knock out Central Hardin (11/05)

    Central Hardin found some methodical ways to drive against Louisville DuPont Manual’s defense.

    Problem was, the Bruins took nearly all of Friday night’s game to score.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL UPDATE: Bulldogs move on with thumping of Shelby County (11/05)

    The John Hardin Bulldogs weren’t at full strength, but it was hard to tell.

    The second-ranked Bulldogs jumped out to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter en route to a 63-13 thumping of the Shelby County Rockets in the first round of the Class 5-A playoffs Friday night at Bulldog Stadium.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL UPDATE: Wayne County holds off LaRue, 7-0 (11/05)

    LaRue County was held to a season-low 46 yards Friday night as the Hawks ended their season with a 7-0 loss to the visiting Wayne County Cardinals in the first round of the Class 2-A playoffs.

    The Hawks (6-5), featuring a pair of 2,000-yard career rushers in seniors Drew Newberry and Cody Thompson, were limited to 37 rushing yards on 30 carries.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL UPDATE: North Hardin moves on with 35-14 win over Bullitt East (11/05)

    MOUNT WASHINGTON Mathew Brownell carried the North Hardin Trojans into the second round of the Class 6-A playoffs.

    The senior running back eclipsed 100 yards rushing for the second straight week and scored two touchdowns to lead the visiting Trojans past Bullitt East, 35-14 on Friday.

    Brownell finished with 126 yards on 13 carries – and his zig-zagging, 59-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter helped seal the win.

  • Ewing-Necessary

    Letitia Dell Ewing and Christopher Scott Necessary announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Jack Ewing of Leitchfield and the late Verda Ewing and the granddaughter of the late George and Marie Dorn and John and Vivian Ewing. She is a graduate of Grayson County High School, Lindsey Wilson College and University of Kentucky College of Health Science. She is a physical therapist at Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville.

  • Integrity is admirable trait sometimes in short supply

    With state elections just hours away, the campaign process has led to an extensive exploration of each candidate’s positions, actions and even their traits.

    As we are buried in the 30-second TV assaults that pass for political messages, one trait often seems lacking. Integrity.

    When it comes to integrity, few politicians and public servants would rank above R.R. “Babe” Thomas.

  • Progress being made on downtown revival

    ISSUE: Revitalization forums
    OUR VIEW: Another tangible step toward a thriving downtown

    A recent forum to facilitate discussion of ideas for the revitalization of downtown Elizabethtown was a successful and fruitful gathering. More importantly, it represented another tangible step forward in the city’s plan to breathe new life and opportunity into the district.