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  • Sept. 14 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, chopped down trees felled by a Hardin County road crew on private property near Tunnel Hill still had not been cleared up according to Donna Gatlin, owner of the property. The area was slated to become a forest preserved called "Trees" and a Civil War historical site. 20 years ago, although negotiations were going well between Fort Knox and American Federal Government Employees Local 2302, both sides said they would agree to have the "most efficient organization" issue settled by a third party.

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  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER: Elizabethtown falls to South Oldham (09/21)

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    LOUISVILLE — Junior Beau Bouthilette extended his points streak to eighth consecutive games with a pair of goals, but it wasn’t enough as the 11th-ranked Elizabethtown Panthers fell to the unranked South Oldham Dragons, 5-3 in the teams’ opening game Sunday evening at the Male Bulldog Cup.

    Bouthilette scored his team-leading ninth and 10th goals of the year for Elizabethtown (6-2-3), which is winless in its last four matches after starting the season 6-1.

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  • Sept. 19 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, for the sixth time, a request by developers Julius Wise and Burton Langley to rezone some 40 acres located between the 31-W Bypass and Eldorado Drive came before the Elizabethtown Planning Commission for a public hearing. The request received a new wrinkle though, in the form of a connector road that would run through the property from St.

  • Radcliff hit hard by heavy rains



    RADCLIFF - Sunday night's heavy rain downpour forced parts of U.S. 31W in Radcliff and Wilson Road to be closed to traffic as rain flooded both areas.

    Radcliff Police Department spokesman Bryce Shumate said U.S. 31W from Battle Training Road to Hwy. 313 was closed and that much of the rain from that area carried over behind Fort Knox Federal Credit Union onto 31W.

  • Vine Grove: The grass is always bluer


  • Sept. 22, 2009: Obituaries

    Paul L.G. Auclair Paul L.G. Auclair, 76, of Vine Grove, passed away Saturday, Sept. 19, 2009. Mr. Auclair retired as a Captain from the United States Army and was a veteran of the Korean War. He worked in management at Brown & Williamson for 23 years, worked as a tour guide at the Patton Museum at Fort Knox and was active for many years in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts of Louisville.

  • Oct. 3 Local History


  • Sept. 7 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, Bill Logsdon cited "mostly personal reasons" in his letter of resignation as a member of the Hardin County School Board. "The headaches and ulcers" that he said had gone along with the board membership also brought about his decision. 20 years ago, information from a local man who suspected hazardous waste was being dumped in the Hardin County landfill prompted a federal investigation of the site. Hardin Fiscal Court authorized Judge-Executive R.R. Thomas to sign a letter allowing the U.S.