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Today's News

  • Doom - Knight

    Joe and Brenda Doom of Glendale announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Megan Ashley-Marie Doom of Glendale to Levi Christopher Knight of Upton, son of Christopher and Angela Kinght of Upton.
    The bride-to-be is a 2012 graduate of Central Hardin High School and is a teacher’s aid at Gloria Dei Lutheran School.

  • Sheroan - Goodman

    Shannon D. and Deborah F. Sheroan of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shannon Renea Sheroan of Elizabethtown, to Caleb Bryant Goodman of Glendale, son of Larry R. and Melana D. Goodman of Glendale.

  • Heeman

    Lisa Marie Graves and Ira Alan Heeman, both of Radcliff, were married June 26, 2014. The ceremony was officiated by Magistrate Lisa Williams.

  • More cuts possible at Fort Knox

    As the Army downsizes from its wartime highs, cuts at Fort Knox stand to be larger than previously anticipated.

    In a worst-case scenario drafted by the U.S. Army Environmental Command, Fort Knox could stand to lose a total of about 7,605 soldiers and civilians, including the roughly 3,500 departing with the inactivation of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division.

  • Meijer delay stirs local debate

    A decision to table a vote on Mei­jer’s development plan has soured those in the county eager to land a new big-box store.

    Residents have criticized the Eliza­bethtown Planning Commission for delaying the project after recommending Meijer construct an access point connecting the proposed supercenter to an adjoining vacant property.

  • Police, family still determined to solve 1998 murder case

    Shelby West has spent her entire life experiencing her family coping with the murder of her father.

    Now that she’s a teenager, she knows just as much about the crime as the rest of her family. She can explain she knows her father, Joshua West, died by the hands of an unknown killer 16 years ago.

  • Soldier’s legacy established through highway dedication

    Clif Garvin remembers his son, Nathaniel, as a fearless kid who started climbing trees by the time he was 3 or 4 years old.

    “He had no fear,” Clif said of his son. “ … He would yell ‘Superman!’” when he jumped off something.

  • Be alert on the road

    ISSUE: Patriot Parkway and motorist safety
    OUR VIEW: Keep alert to rules of the road

    It has been less than two months since Patriot Parkway opened, creating a new four-lane link between Elizabethtown and Radcliff.

  • HMH administrator outlines vision, strategies

    Allow me to take this opportunity to share more about our vision of the future of Hardin Memorial Health.

  • FACES & PLACES: ROTC cadets train at Fort Knox

    ROTC cadets from colleges across the country are at Fort Knox this summer for training through the Leader Devel­opment and Assessment Course.

    One part of their training was on the Heins Range, which included three-person teams taking part in live-fire exercises shooting at pop-up targets, smoke grenades and changing ammunition magazines during the exercises.