Today's News

  • 'New Moon' takes a bite out of the box office

    The Twilight Saga: New Moon Rated PG-13 for some violence and action. Runtime: 130 minutes Release date: Nov.

  • Cyclist thankful to be alive after wreck



    GLENDALE – Leon Chambers understands now more than ever that Thanksgiving is about more than turkey and fixings.

    Injured in a bicycle crash on Gaither Station Road this summer, the Glendale resident and pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church is lucky to see this year’s holiday.

    Along with God and prayer, Chambers thanks two things for saving his life: a helmet and a good Samaritan — one who’s also an experienced soldier.

  • RPD seek two who forged checks


    The Radcliff Police Department is seeking the help of the community to find two individuals who recently forged checks at The Cecilian Bank in Radcliff.

    Anyone with information on either suspect should call the Radcliff Police Tip Line at 351-TIPS or Hardin County Crime Stoppers at (800) 597-8123.  Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward to anyone who can give information that will lead to an arrest.


  • 1-30 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, Hardin County Fiscal Court unanimously voted to quit administering a federal jobs program, the CETA (Comprehensive Training Employment Act) program, because it was too complex and could cause financial trouble for the county government. 20 years ago, State Senator Virgil Pearman was named to a task force on drunken driving; the need for the task force was reinforced following the May 14 Car

  • 1-15 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, after a six-day snow break, Hardin County Schools were back in business and the school buses were back on the roads. 20 years ago, Dr. Fred C. Rainey, a family practitioner and former Elizabethtown School Board member, was indicted by a Hardin County grand jury on 43 various counts of sexual conduct with minors.  

  • Ask ECTC: Registration, financial aid for 2010 semesters

    Contact information:

    (270) 706-8800 – Welcome and Admissions Center

    (877) 246-2322 ext. 68800 (toll-free)

    (270) 706-8858 or (502) 942-0101 – Fort Knox Campus

    (270) 706-8700 – Workforce Solutions

    600 College Street Road

    Elizabethtown, KY 42701

  • 1-8 Local History

     In Hardin County: 30 years ago, although the Elizabethtown Independent School Board had appropriated an extra $5,000 to try to erase a $7,400 deficit from past years for Elizabethtown High School athletics, the board was surprised to learn the deficit was not diminished at all; the extra appropriation had been needed in the current budget. 20 years ago, Air Force Capt. Mark A.

  • Neighborly giving



    ELIZABETHTOWN — Thanksgiving in Deerfield Hills is a time when everyone is a little more neighborly.

    The Deerfield Hills neighborhood celebrated Thanksgiving as it has the last few years, by contributing food and money for boxes of dinners for families who can’t afford a holiday meal of their own.

  • 1-25 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, it was announced that Hardin Memorial Hospital was going to get tougher on bad debtors; patients failing to pay the bills had cost the hospital $600,000 the previous year. 20 years ago, Elizabethtown, Hardin County and LaRue County schools closed classes for the rest of the week because of declining attendance brought about by a “flu bug.”

  • 1-26 Local History

     In Hardin County: 30 years ago, a Fort Knox man was arrested in the slaying of Ingrid Gordon of Radcliff. 20 years ago, the Hardin County Health Department closed a disposal site on a Howevalley farm after neighbors claimed sewage had been dumped in a sinkhole.