Though hundreds of spectators enjoyed watching the Heartland Homecoming Parade march Saturday morning through Elizabethtown, some missed its namesake festival that ended its more-than-three-decade run.
This year marked the first year the Heartland Festival in the Park was not held. The festival ran for 32 years and included activities and attractions at Freeman Lake Park.
A Louisville man was arrested Monday morning after being accused of attempting to touch a girl in an inappropriate way.
Jerry Wayne Davis Jr., 42, has been charged with first-degree attempted sexual abuse, a Class A misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in prison, if convicted. A warrant was issued late last week for his arrest.
As part of efforts to reshape Army processes and staffing to create efficiencies, the Department of the Army, Installation Management Command, and U.S. Army Claims Service have directed that a new centralized personnel claims and recovery office be established at Fort Knox.
The move needs to take place by October 2017, according to a Fort Knox news release.
In an effort to drive Hardin Memorial Hospital into the future, 23 regional leaders have come together to reboot a philanthropic foundation to help provide needed “game changer” services for the hospital.
Eight Hardin County Schools alumni were honored for the impact they’ve made in the community and in their industries.
The group is the 2015 class of distinguished honorees. Each of the Hardin County graduates who were present at a celebration luncheon Thursday had the opportunity to share their thanks and appreciation for those who have made an impact on their lives.