Today's News

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bruins 'anxious' to get season started (08/23)

    The Central Hardin Bruins have patiently waited for the 2011 season to begin, but their patience is starting to wane.

    The Bruins have gone through the preseason, attending camp at Morehead State and having two scrimmages – one against Bardstown and one at Mercer County. After beating up on each other for weeks, they are ready to face someone new.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Monday's results (08/23)






    SHEPHERDSVILLE — Results from Monday’s match at the par-36 Heritage Hill Golf Club:


  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Lady Bruins roll to 4-0 win (08/23)

    Seniors Lauren Norton and Meredith Cross and sophomore Mia Wiersema each scored to lead the host Central Hardin Lady Bruins to a 4-0 win over Louisville Eastern on Monday.

    Senior Sam Donahue, junior Haley Ennis and Hailey Anderson each had an assist for the Lady Bruins (4-0), who scored their fourth goal on an own goal.

    Junior keeper Savannah Haberman made two saves.

    UP NEXT: Central Hardin plays at John Hardin at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: North Hardin upends LaRue in two, surpasses .500 mark (08/23)

    Justice Bayless said the North Hardin Lady Trojans are hitting their stride, while fourth-year LaRue County coach Ben Schell said it could be a month before his youthful and snakebitten team gets everything in order.

    That combination made for a frustrating evening Monday for Schell and a surprisingly easy victory for Bayless and her buddies, who cruised to a 25-17, 25-15 win over the host Lady Hawks.

  • E'town to approach AG again for classification clarification

    Elizabethtown is once again looking to the Attorney General’s Office in regards to classification.

    The Elizabethtown City Council on Monday called on City Attorney D. Dee Shaw to send correspondence on behalf of the city regarding laws governing classification, particularly the likelihood of the city retaining the restaurant tax through a grandfather clause if it reclassifies to second-class status.

  • Elizabethtown property tax rate could remain stable

    If Finance Director Steve Park has his way, Elizabethtown’s real property tax rates will remain the same this year.

    Park on Monday approached Elizabethtown City Council and recommended it set this year’s rate at 11.6 cents per $100 of assessed value.

    The rate, if approved, would remain in line with the rate approved for the last several years.

    Park said the amount of revenue produced from the rate will be slightly below budget, but he believes the city can easily recoup the money through the year.

  • Asher speaks to Elizabethtown Rotary

    John Asher of Churchill Downs was the guest speaker at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on  Aug. 16. He gave an update on recent tornado damage at the track. Pictured from left are Rotarian Tim Asher, John Asher and Elizabethtown Rotary Club president Michael Owsley.

  • Jail aggressively responds to suspicions

    The issue: Deputy jailer arrested on bribery charges
    Our view: Two incidents don't mean all is bad

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club collects Suitcases for Kids

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club has been conducting a “Suitcases for Kids” project since August of 2010 when Sherry Kelley informed the club that often times children involved with the Child Protective Agency have no decent container to put their belongings when they are taken from their homes and placed in a more suitable environment. As many as 200 children have been transitioned locally, Kelley told the group.

    Dozens of suitcases and travel bags were brought to the club meeting on Aug. 8 - making the total contribution count reach more than 100.

  • Hero status of illegal immigrant points to ironies

    “And isn’t it ironic. Don’t you think?” — Alanis Morissette, from the song, “Ironic”

    It’s been a month of bad news: Standard and Poor’s lowered the U.S. sterling credit rating, 30 U.S. service members including 22 Navy SEALs were killed in the single deadliest loss for U.S. troops since the Afghan war began, 3.2 million people in Somalia need food and aid immediately, and the stock market plunges again and again and again

    It’s refreshing to hear a good story: one of heroism, courage and irony.