Today's News

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Lady Bruins lack State experience (06/09)

    Entering today’s KHSAA State Softball Tournament, the North Laurel Lady Jaguars have a team full of experience at State.

    Their opponent, meanwhile, has far less.

  • Junior Women's Club to host charity event

    The Elizabethtown Junior Woman's Club will host a cocktail event Friday to raise money for SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program and the American Red Cross.

    "This is brand new. We wanted to have something else to do that would be really fun and different," said event chairwoman Leanna Milby. The Junior Woman's Club organizes multiple fundraisers and is best known for its Holiday Marketplace.

  • Elizabethtown Woman's Club members have board meeting

    Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members of the executive board met at the Brown-Pusey House on May 25 to distribute civic donations from various club fund raisers received during the past year. From left, Betty Sue French, Kay Barrett, Kathy DeVeau, Jeanne Smith and Marie Deaton; and seated, Regina Lancaster and club president Martha Mengel.

  • Dixons celebrate 50th anniversary

    Roland and Ruth Dixon will celebrate their 50th anniversary June 10, 2011.
    They were married June 10, 1961, in Rich-mond, Va.
    Mr. Dixon, a Virginia native, retired from civil service at Fort Ritchie, Md. Mrs. Dixon’s career in-cludes Reynolds Metal Company in Louisville and Richmond, Va., RCA Corporation in Alexander Va., and the Waynesboro, Pa., School District. Both are members of Memorial United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown.
    They plan to celebrate at a later date with their son, Chris, and family in Maui, Hawaii.

  • Soults celebrate 50th anniversary

    Retired 1st Sgt. Robert Dale and Joyce Ann Soult of Radcliff will celebrate their 50th wedding anniver-sary at 6:30 p.m. June 11, 2011, at the Leaders Club on Fort Knox.
    They were married June 17, 1961, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Altoona, Pa., by the Rev. Regis Myers.
    Mr. Soult retired from the Army after 24 years of service and Mrs. Soult retired as a bank officer with Armed Forces Na-tional Bank after 35 years. They are members of St. Christopher Catholic Church.

  • Central wins first game in state softball tournament

    Central Hardin jumped in front early en route to a first-round victory Thursday night in the KHSAA State Softball Tournament.

    The Lady Bruins scored four times in the first inning and three times in the second then cruised to a 10-2 victory over North Laurel. The win, Central's 35th of the season, advances the Lady Bruins into the winner's bracket of the double-elimination tournament.

    Next up for Central Hardin is Hopkins County Central, a 5-0 winner over Walton-Verona. The teams get an early start Friday. Game time is 9 a.m. CDT.

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  • Fort Knox man charged with incest

    A 24-year-old Fort Knox man accused of incest with a victim younger than 18 was arrested Wednesday in Radcliff.

    Aubra Green III, a member of Alpha Battery 16th Field Artillery, is accused of engaging in sexual intercourse with a female relative between the ages of 13 and 18 on Sept. 6, according to an arrest warrant.

    Though Green’s current residence is Fort Knox, Bryce Shumate, spokesman for the Radcliff Police Department, said the offense allegedly occurred at the family’s home in Radcliff.

  • Vine Grove could crack down on sale of stolen items

    Vine Grove business people might have to take extra precautions when buying items and materials secondhand.

    An ordinance before the city council would require junk, secondhand and scrap metal dealers to input things they buy into a national database designed to cross-reference the items against things reported stolen.

    Photographs and descriptions of the items would be input into the database.

    The process would require the dealers to get identification information from sellers and in-state a 10-day waiting period before the sale of such purchases.

  • Freakley: More local development needed

    Lt. Gen. Benjamin Freakley said he believes the inactivation of U.S. Army Accessions Command will not lead to large job losses and he challenged  the community to develop local amenities desired by soldiers and Fort Knox’s civilian employees.

    Freakley, commanding general of Accessions Command and Fort Knox, was guest speaker Wednesday at the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon at Pritchard Community Center. Freakley, who plans to retire in August, thanked the community for its unyielding support of soldiers and their families.