Today's News

  • Sign up for KCHIP

    When the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services released its first quarter Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance Program — KCHIP — enrollment numbers, I was excited to see that more than 1,100 children have been enrolled in KCHIP this year. We know that more children can receive the medical attention they need regardless of their economic situation. However,

  • Under someone else's sky



    We all end up as dust and memories.

    To say nothing of dust, those memories define us.

  • Breathing history




    FORT KNOX — For a few hours this weekend, Fort Knox was host to a battle, with the area surrounding the Patton Museum serving as the war zone.

    Re-enactors gathered in droves at the museum Saturday and Sunday, dressed head-to-toe in wartime regalia from most of America’s conflicts and weaponry, equipment and vehicles from these eras lay sprawled across the property.

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  • Police break up large party, charge two with crimes



    HARDIN COUNTY — Kentucky State Police busted up a 200-person party on Hall Road early Friday where three teens had been prior to being hospitalized with symptoms of alcohol poisoning, officials said.

    KSP Post 4 spokesman Steve Pavey said calls from a parent initiated a response to the party in the 500 block of Hall Road around midnight

  • All wound up


  • True role models

    Over the years little girls have had a myriad of women to look up to for a multitude of reasons. Some are known for their beauty, others for their brains. Marilyn Monroe. Jacqueline Kennedy. Barbie. Britney Spears. Michelle Obama. There aren’t a lot of characteristics these women share, but they’ve been admired by girls across America for years, be that positive or negative.

  • Click it or ticket


    By Chuck Gevedan

    For anyone who complains about getting a ticket for not buckling up when driving or riding in a motor vehicle, here’s a crash course in reality:

    n 826 people were killed on Kentucky’s roadways in 2008.

    n 55 percent of those killed were not wearing a seat belt.

    n When worn correctly, seat belts are proven to reduce the risk of fatal injury to front-seat occupants by 45 percent and by 60 percent in pickup trucks, SUVs, and minivans.

  • Safety first



    HARDIN COUNTY — The warm weather hints at eruption, and closets may be in danger of this as well as the spring cleaning process continues.

    In the midst of stacking those boxes and cleaning grime away, it’s also helpful to consider how cleaning items are used, and how to properly maintain fans and air conditioners that will be working on those nice spring days, said Elizabethtown Fire Investigator Rusty Todd.

  • Feds take over investigation of cloned credit card ring



    ELIZABETHTOWN – The investigation of five Cincinnati-area men arrested locally on charges relating to cloned credit cards is now in the hands of federal law enforcement.

    According to Elizabethtown detective Dave Neary, U.S. Marshals are scheduled to take custody this week of five men charged May 21 with multiple counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.