Today's News

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Lever rewrites history (11/06)

    BOWLING GREEN — John Hardin senior Katie Lever didn’t want history to repeat itself Saturday.

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Trojans, Bruins heading to State (11/06)

    Junior Josh Price and senior Hunter Hood remained steadfast in their belief that the Central Hardin Bruins would make school history by becoming the first team to qualify for the KHSAA State Cross Country Championships this season.

  • St. Clair alters his story during sentencing hearing

    Landmark News Service

    SHEPHERDSVILLE — Michael St. Clair admitted Thursday that he was a drug dealer in Oklahoma, paid off jail deputies to allow him to escape in 1991 and was in Kentucky in October 1991.

    But he said he was not guilty of killing an innocent man on Oct. 6, 1991.

    After spending nearly 20 years telling investigators that he was never in Kentucky, St. Clair testified under oath Thursday that he lied under the advice of his former public defender.

  • Legislation filed to replace certificates with diplomas for disabled students

    A local legislator has filed an education bill aimed to correct what he feels is inequality in the education system.

    State Sen. Dennis Parrett, D-Elizabethtown, filed legislation that gives students with disabilities the opportunity to receive an alternative high school diploma instead of a certificate of completion they currently receive. The issue came to his attention after learning his own daughter won’t receive a diploma upon her completing high school.

  • Salvation Army seeks holiday volunteers

    As holiday season swiftly approaches, the Salvation Army Center of Hardin County is seeking help from the community in its efforts to make sure everyone in the county can celebrate this winter.

    “There are several ways you can help by working with the Salvation Army,” said Marie Inmon, director of the local Salvation Army.

    The Salvation Army is signing up bell ringers, she said. Volunteers will start ringing bells at approved locations from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday, beginning Nov. 21.

  • Unused pills? Take ’em back

    Kentucky State Police Post 4 in Elizabethtown will collect unused/unwanted prescription medication Saturday as part of National Take Back Day, an effort to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from homes.

    Area law enforcement officials say prescription medications are some of the most widely abused drugs in the county in addition to methamphetamine and marijuana.

    “It makes up for the majority of our drug problem as far as abuse,” said Norman Chaffins, KSP Post 4 public affairs officer.

  • Lanford gets spooky with Radcliff Rotary

  • Thomas speaks to Garden Club about gourds

  • Potted Few has October meeting

    The Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club recently held their October meeting at the home of Maritza Johnson in Elizabethtown. The program concerned the Cathedral Gardens in Henryville, Ind. The Club plans to take a field trip there next spring or summer. For more information about the club call club president Anneliese Knoll at 352-0484.

  • Williams, Farmer make stop in E'town

    Gubernatorial candidate David Williams promised jobs and conservative values Thursday during a campaign stop in Elizabethtown.

    Senate President Williams and Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer visited Chick-fil-A to meet with supporters. The two men, seeking election as governor and lieutenant governor, promised a job creation plan and said their election would send a message to the nation that Kentucky doesn’t support President Barack Obama.