COVID-19 has impacted almost every aspect of daily life and now it has closed facilities that assist the area’s homeless population.
Over his four-year Elizabethtown High School football career, Camden Williams stood out, whether it was catching a clutch touchdown pass, providing a key block or a coming up with a timely interception.
John Hardin girls’ basketball found itself in some trouble early Tuesday night. Hosting Bullitt East for their third game of the season, the Lady Bulldogs began trailing early on and struggled to keep up in a 63-27 loss to the Lady Chargers.
LaRue County boys’ basketball kept its perfect start to the season in check Tuesday night. Hosting Glasgow, the Hawks picked up a 59-45 victory over the Scotties.
LaRue County girls’ basketball coach Danielle Brown knew her team was in for a fight Monday night against Bethlehem. The Lady Hawks had come into the game with a 3-1 record, but the Lady Banshees were sitting at 7-0 when they arrived in Hodgenville.
Central Hardin boys’ basketball dropped to 1-1 on the season Monday.
- EPD says gun reported stolen offered for sale to its owner
- Police studies link between two stabbings in five days
- E’town man charged with felony assault
- E’town man charged in U.S. Capitol attack
- E’town man jailed on strangulation charge
- Former tennis coach pleads in abuse case involving teen
- Big steps in Tenley’s road to recovery
- Radcliff man now facing additional sex offense charge
- RPD seeks custodial interference suspect
- Elizabethtown band looks ahead to 2021
In those more docile days of yesteryear, many were thrilled by the ongoing adventures of the Lone Ranger, a mythical masked hero of the Old West. His mask stood for justice. Today, these masked leaders from our community stand for personal responsibility and protecting their fellow man from …
Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System, a 140-bed psychiatric and substance use hospital, welcomes Kyle Fortune, MSN, MBA, RN, NE-BC as the new chief nursing officer.
I suppose with three school-age children and a packing deadline there just wasn’t enough time to sort through boxes of memorabilia.
The recent U.S. District Court ruling that disgraced former LaRue County High School Principal Kyle Goodlett was on the hook for a $3.6 million settlement to six former students is another victory for the women.
No umbrellas, but firearms are fine
EIS board members deserve thanks
It’s safe to say 2020 gave us far too much to be concerned about.
- PE takes on new look
- EIS board of education votes to fill vacant seat
- COVID-19 positive case closes services to homeless residents
- Hardin County man booked related to raid at Capitol
- New permitting software approved by E’town council
- COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Panthers’ Williams headed to EKU
- GIRLS’ PREP BASKETBALL: Lady Bulldogs fall to Bullitt East at home
- Goodwill Industries to host virtual expungement clinics