Today's News

  • Revolutionary War vet's grave marker dedicated



    Adam Nichols — who is said to have crossed the Delaware River with George Washington and to have been an acquaintance of the last Revolutionary War soldier to die — was honored Tuesday in a rural cemetery near the former town of Red Mill.

    “We should admire Adam’s service both in fighting in our revolution and helping settle America west of the Appalachians,” said his great-great grandson, Herbert J. Boothroyd.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: John Hardin tops North Hardin (09/30)


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    Senior keeper Jerrica Scovel made 10 saves as the host John Hardin Lady Bulldogs secured the fourth seed in the upcoming 10th District Tournament with a 3-1 win over North Hardin on Wednesday.

    John Hardin (7-8-1 overall, 2-2-1) will meet North Hardin (4-12-2, 1-4) again in the tournament quarterfinals at Fort Knox. The Lady Bulldogs finish with the same district record as Meade County, but the third-seeded Lady Waves allowed fewer goals to district opponents.

  • Hodgenville to celebrate Lincoln this weekend




    •  Noon-4 p.m. — Quilt show drop off
    •  6 p.m. — Booth set-ups



  • Jiranek speaks to AM Rotary Club members

    On Sept. 10 Marlin Jiranek, Research and Development with Remington Arms, was the guest speaker for the Hardin County AM Rotary Club. Pictured with Marlin is club President Christy Childers.

  • 3/1 prepares for Afghan partnership

    Division trains to build, teach Afghan security forces



    A soon-to-deploy combat team at Fort Knox received its latest step in preparation for a mission in Afghanistan.

  • Sticky sweet



    So just how did David and Janine Washle end up plunking down tens of thousands of dollars on supplies, a lot of time and effort and extensive research on a dying art they weren’t familiar with?

    The couple who live near Big Clifty in Hardin County began their sorghum syrup making adventure when they lived in Sonora and Janine saw an exhibition at the Glendale Crossing Festival in 2008.

    The couple had no background in farming. Janine decided she wanted to make sorghum syrup anyway.

  • Demonstrations teach students safety



    Wearing T-shirts with yellow caution signs on the back, fourth-grade students sat on hay bales for an American Red Cross demonstration that involved a Choking Charlie manikin.

    The lesson was part of Progressive Agriculture Safety Day on Thursday at the Hardin County Fairgrounds. The students — mainly from local elementaries with 4-H clubs — learned about a variety of potential dangers, from methamphetamine to guns to fires.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: Central, Meade notch wins (09/29)


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    The Central Hardin Lady Bruins won their third straight match with a 25-23, 21-25, 25-21 win over 5th Region rival Green County on Tuesday.

    The Lady Bruins (28-4) improved to 13-0 against region teams and 2-0 against 18th District teams.

    Cassidy Sorrells had 13 kills, two aces, two blocks and five digs, while Cheyenne Mills chipped in with 10 kills and two blocks.

    Nicole Lanford added eight kills, and Elle Lallo had 28 assists.

  • The pickers are back


  • Murder is served at Brown-Pusey event