Today's News

  • Civil Suits

    The following civil suits are filed in Hardin County Circuit Court in Elizabethtown. Et al is a Latin abbreviation meaning “and others.” Lawsuits give only one side of a disagreement and do not reflect any counterclaims and/or settlements that may have occurred since the initial suit was filed.

  • Pursuit ends without injury


    City and county law enforcement officers from throughout Hardin County helped bring a safe end Wednesday afternoon to the pursuit of a suspected drunken driver that began near Irvington.

    According to emergency dispatchers, the driver of a Mazda pickup came into Hardin County from eastern Breckinridge County on Ky. 1600, refusing to stop for police pursuing him.

  • Muldraugh woman struck by cruiser

    MULDRAUGH — Kentucky State Police from Elizabethtown’s Post 4 are investigating a Muldraugh police officer’s collision early Wednesday morning with a pedestrian who may have been intoxicated and passed out in a street.

    According to Kentucky State Police, Muldraugh police officer Keith Hillman was on patrol when he turned onto Walnut Street and struck a woman who was laying across the pavement.

    The woman, Dalinda Hollis, 36, of Muldraugh, suffered moderate but non-life-threatening injuries, according to police.

  • South Hardin Community News

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    The winter weather arrived with a bang. Area roads were slick and dangerous but the snow made everything look fresh and clean. There is more on the way....welcome winter.
       This is the last week for Christmas shopping. I hope everyone has found the perfect gifts and can stay in and enjoy the season. Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate and happy holidays to those of other faiths.

  • Photos: Winter sights
  • Berry welcomed by Radcliff Police Department

    The Radcliff Police Department newest member, Michael Berry, was sworn in by Judge Kimberly Shumate on Dec. 10. Pictured are Judge Shumate, Officer Michael Berry, Chief Jeffrey A. Cross and Capt. William Wells.

  • Elizabethtown Rotary Club members welcome JHHS student guests

    John Hardin High School students Karaisa Sisk and Jacob Skaff were student guests of the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on Dec. 7.

  • Radcliff Homemakers has November meeting

    The Radcliff Homemakers November meeting was held at Colvin Community Center. Liz Kimble presented the lesson, “Falls Prevention.” Walkeska Westerman and Margaret Page were the hostesses of the month.

  • Drug task force leadership to change

    The Greater Hardin County Drug Task Force will have new leadership beginning Jan. 1 with retiring director Wayne Edwards being replaced by former Kentucky State Police sergeant and drug enforcement officer Ron Eckart.
    Edwards, 62, who was KSP Post 4’s commander prior to taking the helm of the task force six years ago, last month submitted his intent to resign and retire to a board that governs the task force.

  • Engineer Days at Camp Crooked Creek

    Boy Scouts from Troop 24, chartered by Longview United Methodist Church, participated in the biannual Engineer Days at Camp Crooked Creek. Groups help clean-up the camp as well as repair and build new buildings and tent platforms. In past years, scouts have helped the camp become more accessible for those with special needs. At right, Jonathan, Josh, Daniel, Corey and Michael from Troop 24 rake leaves during Engineer Days at Camp Crooked Creek.