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  • Mrs. Claus


    Name: Jessica Claus

    Address: 123 Main Street, North Pole.

    Hobbies: Baking cookies; decorating and making sure there is a Christmas tree in every room of the Claus household.

    Favorite songs: “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” and “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.”

    Favorite movie: “Santa Claus is Coming to Town,” “Annabelle’s Wish”

  • Elizabethtown Rotary inducts new members

    The Elizabethtown Rotary Club inducted new members Brian Prater and Larry Arnold on Dec. 7.

    Prater is an insurance agent with Skees and Shipp. Arnold is with the Boy Scouts of America.

  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL OPINION: Louisville passes test against UNLV (12/12)

    LOUISVILLE Saturday was supposed to be the day the Louisville Cardinals finally met their match.

    With Butler considered to be overrated and living off its reputation from the Bulldogs’ run to the NCAA Tournament title game last season, UNLV surely would show the Cardinals were little more than a yet-to-to-on-the-road team feasting on a bunch of cupcakes. Right?

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: North Hardin rolls by Fort Knox (12/12)

    An 0-3 start had James Slaven suffering flashbacks to his first year as North Hardin’s coach.

    The Lady Trojans lost their season-opening game to 5th Region rival Hart County in 2007, but they got turned things around by winning their next 11 games. This season, however, was different as North Hardin lost its first three games by an average of 28 points.

    On Friday night, the Lady Trojans’ luck took a turn for the better as they picked up their first win with a 71-31 victory over 17th District rival Fort Knox at Ron Bevars Gymnasium.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Late 3 dooms North Hardin against Glasgow (12/12)

    Glasgow junior guard Parker Cash hit a contested 3-pointer with 5 seconds left to lift the visiting Scotties to a 62-61 win over the North Hardin Trojans on Friday night.

    After the Trojans (1-2) missed two free throws, Parker hit the game-winning shot to send Glasgow to its third straight win and hand North Hardin its second straight loss.

    Junior post Adam Hendrix paced the Trojans with 18 points, 11 rebounds and two blocks, while senior forward Chris Sterusky had 12 points, 13 rebounds, three steals and two assists.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: North Hardin rallies from 15 down to beat Green (12/12)

    The News-Enterprise

    Sophomore forward Chanel Roberts scored 23 points, junior guard Brianna Woodson added 21 and the homestanding North Hardin Lady Trojans rallied from 15 points down to beat 5th Region rival Green County on Saturday, 59-53.

    Trailing by 15 in the third quarter, the Lady Trojans (2-3) outscored Green County by 15 in the fourth quarter to pick up their second win in as many days.

    Woodson scored all of her 21 points in the fourth quarter, while freshman guard Domoneque Taft added 12.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: LaRue County falls at Hart County (12/12)

    MUNFORDVILLE — According to the at&t SmartPhone commercial, a little girl uses the phone’s internet capabilities to learn that the monster in her closet isn’t real.

    Unfortunately for the LaRue County Lady Hawks, their Munfordville monster that is the Hart County gym is alive and well.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Weekend Results (12/12)



    LOUISVILLE Results from Saturday’s King of the Bluegrass tournament at Fairdale High School:

    1. LaRue County (280)

    103: 3. Kyle Edlin                                     4-1

  • Arctic blast hits area

    The strongest blast of winter weather this season swept through Hardin County on Sunday.
    “It’s not even winter yet,” said Mark Adams, lead forecaster for the Fort Knox weather station. Fall officially lasts until next Tuesday.
    The early season storm brought a mix of freezing rain, snow and gusty winds.
    Locally, the eastern part of the county received the most snow — between 3 and 4 inches, according to the National Weather Service. Higher totals were recorded in the southern and eastern parts of Kentucky.

  • Vince Kieta served community well

    TOPIC: Vince Kieta
    OUR VIEW: He served Radcliff well

    For those who make frequent trips to Saunders Springs Nature Preserve in Radcliff, one of the people to thank for it is the late Vincent Kieta.
    He was someone who did plenty for the city of Radcliff as a 15-year member of city council as well as one of the backbones of the nature preserve.
    Kieta died last week at age 78 after a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer.