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By DOUG PONDER
Landmark News Service
In 30 seconds, a student at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College could earn $500. All it takes is a creative video with a powerful message and a lot of viewers.
Thursday’s season opener didn’t go as hoped for the North Hardin Trojans.
The names have changed in Elizabethtown’s lineup, but there are some things that remain the same.
Malachi Owens, a fifth-grader at Meadow View Elementary in Radcliff, listened intently as Matthew Rector spoke about the history of Fort Knox.
The Cecilian Bank contributed $129,500 toward renovation of the Judge Joseph Holt House in Breckinridge County through the Kentucky Historic Preservation Tax Credit program for 2016.
North Hardin junior Justin Manley couldn’t remember the last time the Trojans beat the Elizabethtown. That’s probably because he was still in middle school at the time.
\Small business owners “have a seat at the table” and access to advocates who speak on their behalf before state regulators and legislative officials.
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