Today's News

  • 5TH REGION SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: Small ball sends Central Hardin past Washington County (05/31)

    Just call it small-ball Central.

    With the usually potent bats of 11th-ranked Central Hardin stymied for a while by Washington County freshman pitcher Hannah Coulter, interim coach Jamie Goodman told his Lady Bruins to put the ball on the ground.

    The tactic worked to shocking success.

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  • Man injured in single-vehicle crash on Bluegrass Parkway

    Kentucky State Police responded Saturday to an injury car wreck after a Lexington driver tried to overcorrect his vehicle.
    The crash occurred at 5:58 a.m. on Bluegrass Parkway at Interstate-65 when Carlious Burton, 25, was westbound on Bluegrass Parkway in his Subaru Impreza and he attempted to exit off the parkway to northbound I-65, according to police.
    Burton’s vehicle entered the right shoulder, and he overcorrected and entered the median between the exit ramp and the Bluegrass Parkway, according to police.

  • Girl Scouts organize service project to earn Gold Award

    Six Girl Scouts have pulled out their paint brushes to improve the community and take the next step in the organization.

    Scouts from Troop 403 are putting the finishing touches this week on a Gold Award project of painting the third floor of Elizabethtown Christian Academy.

    Each Scout is a homeschool student, and most have participated in some of the lessons for homeschool students in that section of the building.

  • Radcliff going purple for Relay

    Radcliff is about to be painted purple.

    The town will kick off its Paint the Town Purple Event on June 6 and continue through June 10.

    The event encourages residents to decorate their Radcliff businesses and homes with purple to promote cancer awareness and Relay For Life.

    Participants can have their decorations judged June 9 by calling 272-2821 or emailing yippeedy@yahoo.com.

  • Knox photos make history more colorful

    In the age of high-definition, we’re used to the media offering us an almost literal window to the world.

    But what about our window to the past? What did things look like, say, 70 years ago? Newsreels and iconic photos – such as the Times Square V-J Day kiss and the Iwo Jima flag raising – lack a certain quality of “being there” because there’s no color.

  • History comes alive at Fort Duffield

    Hunter Mudd, an 8-year-old from Shepherdsville, was absorbed by a cloud of smoke after he fired a Civil War-style rifle.

    Mudd earned a Sacagawea dollar, a right to fire the rifle and a photo of himself in gear representing the 1800s after correctly answering three questions about American history.

    His family was among the visitors at the 150th anniversary at Fort Duffield, the 1,000-foot-long earthen fort near West Point.

  • LOCAL NOTEBOOK: Delabar earns promotion; Clements turns pro (05/30)

    Stevie Delabar is quickly working his way up the Seattle Mariners’ organizational ladder.

    After signing with the Mariners on May 1, Delabar was sent to Class-A High Desert, where he made seven appearances before getting called up to the Jackson Generals, Seattle’s Double-A club.

    Delabar made a splash in his debut with the Generals on May 25, tossing 3 1/3 scoreless innings. He struck out four, but allowed three hits and three walks.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: Central Hardin to host eight-team holiday tournament (05/30)

    Central Hardin boys’ basketball coach J.C. Wright has spent the last several seasons going to different holiday tournaments and the thought he had was why the Bruins couldn’t do the same.

    Wright and Central Hardin athletic director Chris Bauer discussed the idea at great length in the past year, and after all the talks and finding a sponsor, their efforts came to fruition as Central Hardin will host the Bluegrass Cellular Holiday Hoopfest from Dec. 20-22.

  • 5TH REGION BASEBALL TOURNAMENT: Pitching could determine who wears the crown (05/30)

    High school baseball coaches like to describe the season as a marathon, not a sprint. But at this point of the season, the analogy couldn’t be further from the truth.

    The 5th Region Baseball Tournament begins today at Central Hardin High School, starting a three-day race to the state tournament (barring any rain, course). While coaches like to talk about it being a race, that might be true, but it has nothing to do with a team’s legs.