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Beside the stairway leading upstairs in the Hodgenville home of Mallory and Hannah Williams is a clothing rack filled with 60 Halloween costumes of various sizes.
Adam Karr wasn’t expecting a home-cooked meal for lunch Tuesday.
Tax time can be a taxing time for many, but for more than 10 years, Angelo Landi has helped ease the burden by providing volunteer assistance.
A former Fort Knox soldier convicted in the death of a friend and fellow soldier in 2015, received the maximum sentence Friday morning in Hardin Circuit Court on all charges.
Unique, historical books drew a large crowd Saturday to a book fair.
The Ancestral Trails Historical Society held its annual event at Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown.
As a child — and the reasoning escapes her — Sarah Quesenberry had a fascination with Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy.
Learning to walk again is tough. Elizabethtown resident Irene “Dee” Miller knows that all too well.
Industrial announcements often grab headlines but a new employment report reveals quieter, steady job creation locally at a rate more than double the national norm in 2016.
A national accrediting agency has certified the Elizabethtown Independent Schools District for another five years.
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