Edward Truman Causey, 59, of Radcliff, died Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008. A celebration of his life will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday at Abundant Life Church in Radcliff. Nelson-Edelen-Bennett Funeral Home in Vine Grove is in charge of arrangements.
CECILIA — It’s been said that what kills you only makes you stronger.
Dakota Bowen and the Central Hardin Bruins put that theory to the test Tuesday night.
A junior keeper, Bowen saved five shots and the host Bruins overcame the ejection of one of their leading scorers and the reversal of a game-winning penalty kick to upend the 20th-ranked John Hardin Bulldogs, 2-1 in a crucial 10th District boys’ soccer seeding game.
By JOSH CLAYWELL email@example.com ELIZABETHTOWN — At the beginning of the season, the Central Hardin High School volleyball team set the goal of becoming the first area team to go undefeated in 15th District play. Led by seniors Kelsey Villwock and Tiffany Allen, the Lady Bruins achieved the feat against an old rival Tuesday night. Central Hardin secured the No
The John Hardin Lady Bulldogs won their second 15th District contest in as many days with a 25-16, 25-17 victory over visiting Fort Knox on Tuesday.
Junior middle hitter Amanda Vuleta led John Hardin (7-13-2 overall, 4-3 district) with five kills and two blocks, while sophomore strong-side hitter Crystal Falefata chipped in with five kills and one ace.
Junior middle hitter Alyssa Gatlin added five kills, two digs and one ace and junior setter Paige McQuown had eight assists and one ace.
RADCLIFF – While a civil suit against a former Radcliff police officer and the city remains ongoing, a settlement reached last week brings the bulk of claims against defendants to a close.
Wes Durham, attorney for former RPD officer Curtis Allen Flynn, said the city and its insurance providers agreed to a $140,000 settlement stemming from a relationship fellow RPD officer Christopher Redmond had with Flynn’s then-underage daughter.