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The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 13-year-old All-Stars haven’t been together long, but Coach Chad Clark likes how the team is coming together.
The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 11-year-old All-Stars have had a bumpy road, but Coach Sheldon Brown believes they could have a much smoother ride in the Ohio Valley Regional.
The EABC All-Stars were knocked out of the West Kentucky State Tournament in the first round. They dropped a heartbreaker, falling to Meade County, 4-2 in eight innings.
The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 8-year-old All-Stars came close to winning the West Kentucky State championship a year ago, falling in the semifinals.
It was a heartbreaking experience, but one they were determined to not let happen again.
Wednesday night’s opening ceremony for the Ohio Valley Regional baseball tournaments at the Elizabethtown Sports Park wasn’t very long, but it packed plenty of action in its 45 minutes.
Notably it featured speeches, skydiving and a stream of tears.
An Elizabethtown woman was arrested Wednesday morning and faces felony charges after the black Chevrolet Geo she was driving on Ring Road reached speeds of more than 80 mph, police say.
Meadow View Elementary School has a new principal who is relocating from another school in Radcliff.
Althea Hurt previously served an assistant principal at North Hardin High School for five years before being selected by the site-based decision-making council at Meadow View.
It was a blessing and a curse for Tim Mattingly, but more so the latter at the time.
When Mattingly was hired by Central Hardin to be its head football coach Feb. 11, he put his house in Meade County on the market.
It sold in two weeks. One week later, he took a day off from school to move his family into an apartment in Elizabethtown.
By Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 270-735-7845
KENTUCKY WEATHER. Wow, what weather we have had. Cool, so cool, and then, unfortunately, the hot weather came back, reaching in the 90-degree temperatures. Is summer here to stay?
By Daphne Turpin, (270) 872-3223
The stores are filling with school supplies and parents in search of them. Summer really is coming to an end once again.
Terri Spencer, 270-862-4604
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