Today's News

  • PREP TRACK & FIELD: Weekend Roundup (03/27)




    LOUISVILLE Results from Saturday’s meet at Central High School:


      2. North Hardin (NH)                                  104

  • PREP TENNIS: Weekend Roundup (03/27)






    Wes Whitmer (DC) def. Lance Hagan (E), 6-1, 6-1

    Amaury Lejay (DC) def. Faizan Movania (E), 6-1, 6-1

    Daniel Crain (E) def. Salem Hudson (DC), 7-5, 6-2

    Taylor Thomas (E) def. Jacob McEwen (DC), 8-2

    Bennett Wilson (DC) def. Griffin Davis (E), 8-6

  • Street painting festival to take over downtown E'town for second year

    Elizabethtown will transform into a canvas for artists again this fall.
    The Via Colori Italian Street Painting Festival once again will take over downtown on Sept. 10.

    The festival is a fundraiser for the Advocacy and Support Center in Elizabethtown and provides a creative outlet artists can access to mold scenic pastel paintings directly on the pavement of North Main Street and the square in downtown.

  • Dining demo
  • Teens hurt in car crash near Buffalo

    Landmark News Service

    Four teenagers were injured in a single-vehicle crash Friday afternoon near Buffalo in LaRue County.

    Just before 3 p.m., a Ford Mustang went out of control on North L&N Turnpike, Deputy Sheriff Russell McCoy said. The car crossed the center line and clipped the shoulder of the roadway. McCoy said the driver overcorrected and the car ran off the opposite side of the road, through a ditch, striking several small trees.

    The car flipped at least once before striking a large tree in the front yard of a residence.

  • Faces and Places: Signs of spring
  • Radcliff Woman’s Club celebrates Chinese New Year

    Radcliff Woman’s Club members Marilyn Williams, Emma Rosenkrantz, Doris Browder, Yvonne High and Florence Mason, along with guests Ayhlaina Brooks and Lorelie High, celebrated the Chinese New Year on Feb. 25 by having dinner at an oriental restaurant. According to the Chinese, this is the Year of the Rabbit and diners honored the year by eating a lot of vegetables. To represent long life, they ate noodles, and for wealth they had sushi wrapped in seaweed.

  • Programs promote girl power, self-esteem

    County schools and area Girl Scouts have a common goal: girl power.

    They’re tired of girls shrinking in their seats when asked for answers in class. They want to stop girls from feeling fat, ugly and unable to achieve. They want to give them the tools to live healthier and happier lives.

    They are using similar methods of achieving that goal.

    About 10 county elementary and middle schools have a program called Girl Power that pulls aside girls to discuss topics such as body issues, standing up to bullies and having self esteem.

  • Library grant to promote employment

    Hardin County residents trying to land new jobs will get a hand from the county library system.

    Training opportunities will be available to all Hardin County residents at the computer lab in the library in Elizabethtown. It is one of 45 public libraries that will receive part of a $1.3 million grant aimed at creating a Public Library Workforce Center in each location.

  • AM Rotary participates in Bowl for Kids Sake

    On March 20 Rotarians from the Hardin County AM Rotary Club participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kid’s Sake at Elizabethtown Bowling Lanes. Pictured are Jay and Kimbra Gabhart, Rebecca Ferguson and Tami Delaney; and back row, Rick Ryan, Rick Walters, Mike Childers and David Zoeller.