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Louisville Trinity is used to playing on turf, but the Shamrocks showed Tuesday night in Cecilia they can adapt to grass, or what was supposed to resemble a grass field.
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is known for its beautiful views. Through drives and hikes, visitors can get an up-close view of nature.
But these natural encounters are not limited to the daytime. Bernheim’s night programs help visitors appreciate the sights and sounds of nature after dark.
The Heartland Dulcimer Club’s 20th annual Traditional Music Festival returns to Elizabethtown beginning tonight.
The development of a national grocer that is expected to lure restaurants, retail outlets, a hotel and a medical plaza to Radcliff has hit a red light.
Fort Knox is preparing to host the 2014 Retiree Appreciation Days event.
Retirees and their family members may participate at the Saber & Quill an Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
After fielding concerns about the changes to Fort Knox gate hours, Congressman Brett Guthrie addressed those concerns Thursday with constituents in Radcliff.
Halloween McKinney isn’t fond of her first name. In fact, if you were to ask her what she thinks of it, she’ll likely say, “I don’t like it. I never have liked it.”
LaRue County, North Hardin and John Hardin high school marching bands each ranked in the top eight from their respective classes in western Kentucky at the Kentucky Music Educators Association’s state quarterfinals last Saturday.
Local artist Paul Hunt has created impressions on many mediums such as canvas, sketch paper, T-shirts and even vehicles.
But when he was asked to create pumpkins for the Louisville Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Iroquois Park, Hunt hesitated.
Before the season began, Central Hardin’s seniors wrote down a list of goals.
Among them were beating Meade County and winning the program’s first district title since 1992, both of which the Bruins accomplished in the last two weeks.
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