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Today's News

  • Marriages

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

    Joseph Robert Wolf Jr., 50, and Destin Dawn Rhodes, 35, both of Elizabethtown.

    Matthew Dean Hazelip, 24, and Courtney Allison Burcham, 25, both of Elizabethtown.

    James William Richards, 37, Radcliff, and Karen Renee Scott, 23, Elizabethtown.

  • Vine Grove man charged with fraudulent use of credit card

    A Vine Grove man was indicted for fraudulent use of a credit card by a Hardin County grand jury last week.

    The indictment said Donald Ross Kirby, 26, used a credit or debit card belonging to a woman to obtain money, goods or services valued more than $500 within a six-month period with intent to defraud the issuer of items of value.

  • UPDATED: Child dies in Upton wreck

    A 13-year-old girl on a bicycle died Friday afternoon in Upton following a collision with a vehicle.

    Kimberly Leeann Currens of Upton, a student at East Hardin Middle School, was killed in the collision.

    She is the daughter of Terry Currens of Vine Grove and Carol Stevens of Upton. Her funeral is scheduled at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Manakee Funeral Home in Upton.

  • Power restored after Elizabethtown outage

    Power has been restored in Elizabethtown's busiest commercial district after an outage today affected about 1,300 LG&E-KU customers.

    The outage, which impacted Towne Mall and retailers in broad area, was reported about 3 p.m. near the Ring Road and North Dixie Avenue intersection. Other customers experience a brief blip of service as the system adjusted to outage.

  • McKendree open house, job fair is Wednesday

    McKendree University’s fourth annual open house and job fair will offer more than career advancement opportunities.

    The free event is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at McKendree University’s Radcliff campus at 1635 W. Lincoln Trail Blvd.

  • Cruisin’ features a throwback for one and all

    In social media language, this weekend in Elizabethtown would be considered a #TBFS — Throwback Friday and Saturday.

    You can thank the sixth annual Cruisin’ the Heartland with XFINITY for an array of activities for young and old are planned around downtown Elizabethtown beginning tonight.

  • Reps urge recruiters be armed

    Two Hardin County state representatives are urging Gov. Steve Beshear to “take the handcuffs off” National Guard recruiters and put guns on their hips.

  • Encouraging wave of interest

    TOPIC: Changing face of downtown E'town
    OUR VIEW: With investments come opportunity

    It’s one thing for years and years over study after study to talk about what is needed in an area of a city to give it a jolt of energy.

  • The vinyl revival

    While many assumed the long-playing record on vinyl died a long time ago, it has enjoyed a recent resurgence.

    Crosley Radio manufactures turntables in its Louisville-based business. Marketing Manager Jason Menard said the company has seen a steady increase in turntable sales in the past five years as vinyl has experienced a resurgence.

  • Masquerade highlights Fort Knox book signing

    A masquerade party and costume contest will highlight a book signing Tuesday by author Kelly Creagh at Barr Memorial Library, 62 W. Spearhead Division Ave., Fort Knox.

    The event will feature the release of “Oblivion,” the third and final volume in Creagh’s young adult Never­more series.