Today's News

  • Court dates approaching in child sex crimes case

    Court dates are approaching in the case against Jeffrey M. Farmer and Christin Nicole Dague, Hardin County residents facing child pornography charges.

    Farmer, 46, and Dague, 27, are accused of involving a minor under 16 years of age in a filmed sexual performance between 2007 and 2008 at a Radcliff residence, according to indictments against the two.

    The two “produced, directed or promoted a sexual performance ... by directing, arranging and taking a video of said sexual performance by said minor,” the indictment also states.

  • Incorporation is key to acquisition

    Hardin Memorial Health’s decision to purchase Elizabethtown Diagnostic Imaging could be a win-win for everyone if the right steps are taken to correctly incorporate it into the hospital’s service selections.

    The key is to maintain Elizabethtown Diagnostic Imaging’s successful history of quality service and short wait times.

    Purchasing a business such as EDI means much more than buying a name or a building. The experience of the staff and the established client expectation of satisfaction also are valued assets.

  • Food distribution finds wide spectrum of clients

    By 8 a.m., many already have arrived at the pavilion of the farmers market in Elizabethtown.

    They are men, women, young, old, employed, out of work, single, married, alone or with children and infants. Some have traveled here for the first time; some regularly count on the scheduled monthly food distribution.

    In heat already edging into the 80s, they line up for a supply of food provided by Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland.

  • Pink fire trucks coming to Radcliff

    As part of the nationwide Pink Heals Tour, three pink fire trucks will roll into Hardin County this week and will be featured in a parade Saturday morning in Radcliff.

    Bryce Shumate, Radcliff Police Department’s spokesman, said Radcliff is the only city in Kentucky the trucks are making a stop in.

    “It’s pretty cool that they’re stopping here,” he said.

  • Vine Grove calls special council meeting

    Vine Grove City Council has called a special meeting for 6:30 tonight at City Hall on West Main Street for the first reading of an ordinance annexing property at 495 Knox Ave. and another ordinance assigning zoning to that property.

    If passed by a second reading, the ordinances would incorporate the privately owned property within city limits and make city services available there.

    The meeting is open to the public.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Monday's Results (08/30)





    LOUISVILLE — Results from Monday’s nine-hole match at the par-35 front nine at Sun Valley Golf Course:

    Meade County

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Elizabethtown believing in the power of positive thinking (08/30)

    To err is human, but to err a bunch is to apparently be a member of the Elizabethtown football team.

    The Panthers are off to an 0-2 for the second straight year and it’s not hard to see why. Sure the Panthers have a porous defense – they’ve allowed at least 35 points in their last three games dating to last year’s second-round loss to North Oldham in the Class 3-A playoffs – and their roster is small.

    But the Panthers are also averaging three turnovers and 15 penalties for 137.5 yards per game.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Lady Bruins, Lady Panthers notch wins (08/30)

    Sophomore Mia Wiersema scored twice to lift the eighth-ranked Central Hardin Lady Bruins to a 2-0 win over 5th Region rival Nelson County on Monday.

    Seniors Sam Donahue and Lauren Norton each had an assist for the Lady Bruins (6-1).

    Junior keeper Savannah Haberman made six saves.

    UP NEXT: Central Hardin hosts Fort Knox at 7 p.m. Sept. 6.

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: No. 3 St. X blanks No. 17 Central Hardin, 5-0 (08/30)

    According to their coach, the host Central Hardin Bruins got schooled Monday night.

    Third-ranked Louisville St. Xavier took a four-goal lead into halftime en route to a 5-0 win over the No. 17 Bruins.

    “We got an education,” said Central Hardin coach Mike Wiersema. “Their speed and their speed of play really caught us off guard. It took us a while to adjust. We adjusted after we were out of the game.”

  • Tank dwellers soothe and educate children

    Hermit crabs and fish might not be the first choice for a wonder pet, but some students think they’re pretty cool.

    A few goldfish make their home in the library at Creekside Elementary School in Sonora. Susan McEwen said they might not be used too much for teaching but they often calm the students or are a way to get someone new to open up and feel more comfortable.

    “Every child that comes in the library will gravitate to the fish tank,” McEwen said. “They all seem to love watching them and they ask daily if they can feed them.”