North Hardin coach Jim Stone isn’t in a science lab, but he believes the Trojans have the right recipe for success this season.
After taking a step back last season, going 10-12 a year after winning the 5th Region Tournament title, the Trojans are looking to rebound. Stone is optimistic they will from what he’s seen in the offseason.
The new policy concerning animals is a no win for the animals and the communities of Fort Knox and Hardin County. In the year 2013, all the stray cats and dogs taken in at the stray animal facility on Fort Knox were either reunited with their owners or adopted out, unless they were too ill to be adopted.
Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 270-735-7845
KENTUCKY WEATHER. The weather has been somewhat pleasant lately. Rain is in the forecast though.
SCHOOL'S IN. Hardin County Schools are back in session. Please be watchful as the yellow buses are out and students driving to and from. Also, slow down in those school zones.