Today's News

  • The power of snacking


  • Tip the scales in your favor

    MORE INFO: For information on weight loss through the free “Managing Your Meals” program at the Lincoln Trail District Health Department/Hardin County Health Department call (270) 769-1601, Ext. 1035.

  • Two arrested after Monday night armed robbery



    FRANKFORT – Investigators of the identity and cause of death of an elderly woman whose skeletal remains were found last week near Tar Hill in Grayson County say the victim died from blunt force trauma from what evidence has so far revealed.

  • No details given in body found at Knox


    Staff Report

    FORT KNOX — Officials remain tight-lipped on details surrounding the death and identity of a man whose body was found on Army property just 100 feet from Saunders Springs recreational area in Radcliff.

    Since the body of a middle-aged white man was found by hikers April 16, federal and local agencies having knowledge of the case have released no additional information to the public.

  • Wesley Hilltop House reopens its door



    ELIZABETHTOWN — After closing its doors in late 2008 because of financial struggles, Wesley Hilltop House in Elizabethtown has been given a second chance through community donations, said new Executive Director Arnel Megino.

    Megino replaces Julius Harpe, who served in the role for more than 30 years. Megino said the board is slowly moving forward, but plans over time to fully re-establish the Wesley Hilltop House and its outreach efforts.

  • PREP TENNIS ROUNDUP: Monday's results (04/29)

    TENNIS BOYS’ PREP MONDAY’S MATCHES CENTRAL HARDIN 5, NELSON COUNTY 0 Singles Judah Thomas (CH) def. Jeremy Simpson (NC), 7-5, 6-3 Alex Thalacker (CH) def. Justin Rankin (NC), 6-4, 6-0 Brad Jackson (CH) def. Cody Ellingsworth (NC), 8-2 Doubles Dean Gibson/Joe Cox (CH) def. Dylan Bell/Jackson Thompson (NC), 6-0, 6-0 Kevin Britt/Tad Skaggs (CH) def. Jay Barnhart/Cody

  • 4-22 Lending a Hand


  • Run for the Roses

    The Kentucky Derby is one of the most prestigious horse races in the world and one of the only sporting events that can be shown in its entirety during an evening news sports update.

    In 1993 I got to go to my first, and only to this date, Derby. My journey to the Derby and my experience there is a bit of a strange story.

    I was a freshman in college and our Baptist Student Union group was raising money for summer mission trips. One of the fundraisers was to serve hot dogs and cokes in one of the concession tents in the infield.

  • My Kitchen, Your Recipe


    This is another recipe from Pam Bentley of Elizabethtown, mother of my co-worker, Katie Bentley.

    From the very beginning, Pam and I have felt like we were twins. We both love food in the same way — we not only love to eat good food, but we love to talk about it, read about it, think about it — the list is endless. We love food (good food that is).

  • Civil War paintings surface



    HARDIN COUNTY — In the midst of preparations for the Civil War sesquicentennial, historians and tourism officials jumped on an unexpected find — original watercolors that detail what two local forts looked like at the time.

    Hardin County History Museum representatives on Saturday picked up the paintings, which had surfaced in Knoxville, Tenn. The museum plans to display the works and make and sell prints and postcards of them.