For all the meticulously planned pomp and circumstance for the 141 graduates of John Hardin High School, several families marked the time-honored tradition with special touches of their own.
When Elizabethtown High School’s Class of 2023 entered their gymnasium for the final time Saturday, they were faced with a challenge from classmate Lauren Godfrey.
When North Hardin High School senior Lilly Maddox walked across the stage during her graduation ceremony, she accomplished a goal that might have seemed out of reach a few short years earlier.
The city of Elizabethtown shook Friday night and at times on Saturday from a world-wide premiere event for military re-enactments.
Sitting amongst the graves Monday in lawn chairs under a multi-colored umbrella to protect them from the hot sun at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff were Jeanne Wilkins Rohmann and Kay Wilkins Dempster.
LaRue County High School baseball head coach Kellen Lobb is big on the team concept, whether it’s having team outings like taking the team to a Florida State at Louisville baseball game, having a team bonding night at a home with food or games or supporting one another when they make life-ch…
Local coaches Jody Bingham and Karen Henson have high hopes for their players as action begins in the 2023 KHSAA State Tennis Tournament presented by UK HealthCare.
Kiera Yun rebounded from a double-bogey on the opening open to play the next 17 holes in 2-over-par to win the Girls’ 16-18 flight in Friday’s Kentucky Junior PGA Tour event at Elizabethtown Country Club.
High school basketball fans are in a for a big surprise when the new basketball season tips off next fall.
Region champion Central Hardin High School led the way on the Coaches 5th Region All-Region team with four players named to the 16-player team and veteran head coach Jamie Goodman selected as the Region Coach of the Year.
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Security footage obtained from BoomBozz Craft Pizza & Taphouse shows a Denny's restaurant sign falling Thursday from its perch. The sign is permitted to be 80-feet off the ground.
Santa’s route has now started. For specific route information and live updates on the route, go to arcg.is/1fHai00.
Winners of the 2022 Christmas in the Park poster contest were recognized Monday night at Elizabethtown City Council.
Taylor Stapleton recently graduated from Central Hardin High School and has known since she was 7 years old that she wanted to be a teacher. Maintaining a 4.0 GPA while taking dual-credit courses at EC3, the fulfillment of that dream now is in sight.
Memorial Day is a time to remember the fallen and honor their sacrifice.
A volunteer firefighter accused of a year-long relationship with an underage girl he met through the department’s junior firefighter program is sad and shameful.
For my first 17 years of life, a hat was, well, a hat. It wasn’t until I stepped off the bus in the wee hours of a humid June morning and landed on those celebrated yellow footprints of Parris Island that I quickly learned what I once called a hat was now a cover.
Preparing to watch our oldest grandchild graduate from high school, it occurred to me the most common question he will field this week is the same one I heard on my 65th birthday.
The Kentucky gubernatorial race this fall will be monitored closely by political observers this fall.
- Families honor John Hardin graduates with special traditions
- Elizabethtown grads challenged to meet potential
- Maddox, classmates overcome adversity to reach NHHS graduation
- Tiger tank draws crowd, has premiere firing at WWII re-enactment
- Hawks’ Rivera finds team-first approach on, off the field
- Community gathers to honor service, sacrifice on Memorial Day
- Central, E’town start play today in state tennis
- No more one-and-bonus foul shots in HS basketball