Today's News

  • Chamber holds ribbon cutting

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce sponsored a ribbon cutting/grand opening for one of the Chamber’s newest members, Hardin Orthopedics and Sports Medicine on Aug. 1 at 2407 Ring Road, Suite 108, Elizabethtown, in the Cool Springs Shopping. Pictured are Dr. Michael Krueger; Brad Richardson-Chamber President/CEO; staff, family, friends and chamber ambassadors.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Lady Waves trying for breakthrough campaign (08/14)

    Meade County’s girls' soccer team came so close to taking down some of the top 10th District teams last year.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Kness-Kuhl excited for first full year at Knox (08/14)

    If you would have asked her 20 years ago, Karina Kness-Kuhl couldn’t imagine coaching a high school sport.

    That changed in late September of last season when Kness-Kuhl was chosen to replace Liz Barnes as coach of the Fort Knox girls’ soccer team.

    Fort Knox started 0-12-2 and hadn’t scored a goal in 10 games before Kness-Kuhl took over. The Lady Eagles were mercy ruled four times in that span.

  • Doobie Brothers, Kansas rock Godman Airfield

    Illness and weather might have caused some snags, but when Saturday night rolled around, the people were ready for some music.

    Thousands filled Godman Army Air Field at Fort Knox on Saturday to see classic rock groups Kansas and the Doobie Brothers take the stage. Kansas was a last-minute replacement for southern rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd. The band had to pull out of the performance after an illness sidelined lead singer Johnny Van Zant.

  • Focus on Finance: Credit management of utmost importance for your future


    Question: When did credit come to be?

    Answer: We are a country in debt. A person once told me that it is the American way to buy things on credit and owe people money. While that might not be the best way to think about it, when the price of things such as vehicles and homes is well beyond what we would be able to pay cash for, we have to face the reality that credit is necessary.

  • Faces & Places: Registration week at ECTC
  • Cecliia celebrates music, food, tractors at annual festival

    Visitors flocked to Cecilia Baptist Church this weekend to take part in the sights and sounds of Cecilia Days.

    Children played games for prizes and rode on a miniature train, while others perused a crafts table, ate a meal of barbecued chicken or took in a show from one of the performing musicians.

    Hannah Woosley, 6, and her mother, Kelly Woosley, were working on a sand art necklace for Hannah. Kelly Woosley said they try to go to the festival every year.

  • Photo: Cheers!
  • GPS tracks down car, theft suspect

    Modern technology played a major role Thursday in tracking down a man suspected of stealing a vehicle from the local State Transportation Cabinet office on South Dixie Avenue.

    Mark Vera, 32, was arrested and charged with burglary, criminal mischief and theft by unlawful taking of a vehicle more than $500 when he was found sitting in the stolen SUV in Shelbyville.

    A GPS tracking device in the Ford Escape led authorities to the exact location of the vehicle. Authorities not only were able to find the car, but the man who stole it, they say.

  • LaRue man charged for meth, marijuana

    A Magnolia man was arrested Thursday on charges of marijuana cultivation and manufacturing methamphetamine.

    Willis A. Richardson, 39, was taken to the LaRue County Jail after Kentucky State Police assisted with a welfare check on children at a residence on Cruse Road, according to a KSP news release. Police said they found a marijuana plant and evidence of meth labs at the site.