Today's News

  • CrossWay welcomes author to banquet

    CrossWay Pregnancy Resource Center is hosting a guest speaker Tuesday who wrote a book about the time she spent as an administrator at a clinic that offered abortions.

    Carol Everett, author of “Blood Money: Getting Rich off a Woman’s Right to Choose” will speak during CrossWay’s seventh annual banquet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Severns Valley Baptist Church on Ring Road in Elizabethtown.

  • County closes Radcliff branch of public library for roof repairs

    Radcliff will be without its library branch for several months.

    The north branch of the Hardin County Public Library has been closed after the county found structural defects in the roof of the older section of the library, Hardin County Judge-Executive Harry Berry said.

    Berry said duct work had been sagging and was rusting on bookshelves. The bookcases, he added, probably provided enough pressure to keep a portion of the ceiling from falling.

  • Radcliff Police Department purchases two new cruisers

    Radcliff residents may notice a new Dodge Charger bearing the Radcliff Police Department name patrolling the city’s streets in the next few weeks.

    Bryce Shumate, RPD’s public information officer, said the department has purchased two 2012 models.

    The new Chargers were added because older vehicles were wearing out, Shumate said. He estimated a police vehicle averages about 150,000 miles before being retired.

    The new vehicles are equipped with similar utilities as the old ones, such as radar, cameras and LED lights, he said.

  • The Road to War: 3rd ESC tackles warrior task training

    Soldiers with the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command experienced déjà vu in mid-October as they hit the ground to complete a series of combat tasks to further prepare themselves for Afghanistan next year.

    The 3rd ESC took part in warrior tasks training, a multi-day effort in which they brushed up on a diverse range of skills that will prove useful in a combat situation, many of which they had not experienced since basic training.

  • Extension office puts healthy twists on traditional recipes

    The traditional flavors of the holiday season often come with traditional overeating and a few extra pounds by the time festivities have ended.

    Such problems have come to mean more than tight pants in January because Kentucky is ranked among the states with the highest levels of obesity, said Teran Ransom, Hardin County extension agent for family and consumer services.

  • Gloria Dei hosts event for Hardin County Teen Court

  • Cub Scouts participate in Jamarama

  • United Way awards First Federal top prize for contest

    The paint’s dried, the votes are in, and First Federal Savings Bank came out on top Wednesday in United Way of Central Kentucky’s Project United makeover contest.

    Six area businesses including First Federal volunteered their time and money to makeover a room of the Red Cross building in Elizabethtown. The project began Oct. 11 and was completed by Oct. 18, said Medley Byers, an AmeriCorp VISTA representative at the United Way office.

  • Elizabethtown confronts delicate part of alcohol law

    ISSUE: Economic hardship declaration
    OUR VIEW: E'town should stick with facts

    Virtually by saying so, Elizabethtown city government can declare the community to be in a state of economic hardship and relax voter-approved restrictions on restaurants serving alcohol.

    A hardship, by definition, is a suffering through a condition that is difficult to endure. If you are unemployed or unemployable in these troublesome economic times, certainly those words can apply.

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