Today's News

  • Radcliff Presbyterian collects coats

    Members of the Radcliff Presbyterian Church collected coats for the Rotary Coat Drive. Pictured is Dennis Malcor sorting through the various contributions. For more info about Radcliff Presbyterian Church call 351-6199.

  • Safety officials planning January earthquake drill

    HARDIN COUNTY — First responders in Elizabethtown and from throughout Hardin County are planning an earthquake-themed emergency management exercise for Jan. 11.
    The purpose of the drill is to test coordinated efforts of the Hardin County Emergency Operations Center and gauge each agency’s preparedness for disasters that could stem from an earthquake.

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  • Local child support collectors applauded

    Once again, Hardin County’s Child Support Division has been recognized as among the state’s top-performing collectors of child support.
    Kentucky’s Cabinet for Health and Family Services praised the work of the top-20 child support office during a gathering in Frankfort last month.

  • Cadet Command uncases colors

    Lt. Gen. Benjamin Freakley said the arrival of U.S. Army Cadet Command to Fort Knox from Fort Monroe, Va., is another historic moment in the Base Realignment and Closure Initiative ordered in 2005 and nearing completion.
    Cadet Command uncased its colors during a formal ceremony at Brooks Field on a blustery Tuesday morning, welcoming a battle-hardened veteran to assume the role of command leader.

  • Video shows burglary in vivid detail

    He tried being sneaky. That much was obvious by a video recording that captured almost all of a predawn burglary at Glendale Christian Church on Sunday morning.   
    Evidence shows that shortly after 3 a.m., a burglar crept across a cemetery to avoid being seen on his approach to a side door to the church.
    He pried open the “fellowship” door, gaining access to the aluminum-sided house of worship. Once inside, he made his way upstairs to the church office holding the loot.

  • Zonta Club has November meeting

    On Nov. 18, the Zonta Club of Elizabethtown welcomed Julia Ferguson as the guest speaker.
    Ferguson, a graduate of Central Hardin High School, Campbellsville College and Western Ken-tucky University, is currently a forensic scientist specialist II at the Central Forensic Lab in Frankfort.
    At this meeting, members also collected Christmas toys to be donated to SpringHaven Abuse Cen-ter.
    Members support several organizations to improve the status of women and children both locally and internationally. 

  • Heartland Interfaith building bridges in community

    With a community growing in rich cultural diversity, an understanding of those living in the community is essential.
    Heartland Interfaith is taking steps toward fostering that understanding. The group consists of individuals from the Christian and Muslim faiths but hopes to include Jewish and Hindu participants and followers of any religious traditions.
    The appeals meetings are designed to get acquainted and not convert each other, Saima Rabbani said. She hopes people will be able to understand each other’s faiths and develop a friendly tolerance.

  • Boyhood Home project on track

    The site where Abraham Lincoln formed his earliest memories — including the first time he saw blacks on their way to be sold as slaves — is about to undergo major renovations.
    The first phase of the plan to upgrade the Boyhood Home at Knob Creek will wrap up next month with the end of public commenting on an environmental assessment, park Superintendent Keith Pruitt said. Construction may begin this summer on the project, which could cost $2.24 million, according to a preliminary estimate.