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Today's News

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Combs resigns as Knox football coach (01/23)

    For the second time in four years, Brandon Combs is stepping away from the sport he’s been involved in since he was in third grade.

    In a meeting Thursday afternoon during school, Combs informed Fort Knox athletic director Jackie Prather he was stepping down as head coach of the Eagles’ football team.

  • GIRLS' PREP TRACK: Hardin named coach at LaRue (01/23)

    Since resigning from LaRue County following the 2006 season, Jamie Hardin has never been far from the sport of track & field.

    She became an official with the KHSAA and U.S. Track & Field and could often be found in the press box as a HY-TEK operator scoring meets.

    Soon, though, Hardin wondered if getting back into coaching could happen.

  • The Moore Sisters headline two-day gospel concert

    The Moore Sisters, a local gospel group, are headlining a two-day concert event at First Baptist Church in Elizabethtown.

    Rochelle Moore said she and her two sisters, Rhonda and Rita, have been singing together for almost 40 years.

    “We started as little girls with our dad who sang with the Golden Tones Quartet,” she said.

  • Who will pay for free college?

    ISSUE: President's community college proposal
    OUR VIEW: Careful thought must be given

    “I have no more campaigns to run, I know because I won both of them” was without doubt the most memorable statement in the State of the Union address presented by President Barack Obama on Tuesday night.

  • Hardin County Jail Log: Jan. 23, 2015

    Bookings at the Hardin County Detention Center from 5 p.m. Wednesday through 5 p.m. Thursday.

  • Fire displaces family of six

    A family of six is displaced after a fire ripped through their Elizabethtown home Wednesday.

    Chief Carlus Sallee of Central Hardin Fire Department said crews responded to a home at 58 Jean Court around 3:35 p.m. to a fully involved structure fire.

    “It gutted the whole thing,” he said. “It was a total loss.”

  • Reports indicate Volvo's interest in Kentucky

    Swedish automaker Volvo may be considering Kentucky, which stirred speculation that the Glendale megasite could be under consideration.

  • Marriages

    The following marriage licenses have been issued by the Hardin County Clerk’s office.

    Jeremy Lee Stubbs, 32, and Casey Deelynn Soeder, 36, both of Radcliff.

    Brennan Douglas Brooks, 24, Elizabethtown, and Taylor Leigh Favreau, 21, Louisville.

    Joshua De Jesus Valentin, 23, and Dylianne Ivette Nieves Nunez, 21, both of Elizabethtown.

  • Rineyville barn fire damages thousands in equipment

    A Thursday morning structure fire in Rineyville left thousands of dollars in farming equipment at a loss.

    Rineyville Fire Chief Shane Crutcher said the call came in at 9:29 a.m. saying a barn was on fire at 10500 Rineyville-Big Spring Road. The building belongs to Fred Rosenberger and his family.

  • Weaver explains decision to hire J.J. Duvall

    If not for the $62 million development coming to the city’s southern end, Radcliff Mayor Mike Weaver said he would not have hired former mayor J.J. Duvall as economic development, planning and building director.

    Out of the 16 applications Weaver received for the position, Duvall did not have the best resume or the best qualifications, Weaver said.