A Radcliff man was arrested Monday morning after reportedly breaking into a Kingswood Way residence by kicking in a basement door and stealing various items.
LEBANON — Longtime Kentucky Baptist pastor Dr. Billy Compton, a former pastor at Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown, was like a lot of others when the coronavirus pandemic started. He was cautious but didn’t believe all that was being said by a news media known for sensationalizing.
It was a clean sweep for Elizabethtown volleyball in the individual awards of The News-Enterprise Coaches All-Area Team this season.
MURRAY, Ky. (AP) — KJ Williams scored 22 points, every Murray State player entered the scoring column, and the Racers offensive eruption led to a 173-95 win over NCAA Division III-member Greenville on Sunday.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Richmond could hardly have played worse in the first half Sunday, yet it trailed No. 10 Kentucky by only a few points.
It was a closer game at halftime than the North Hardin offense would have liked Friday night at Ray Story Stadium. Hosting Meade County in a second-round playoff matchup, the Trojans led 7-0 after two quarters with just one touchdown courtesy of sophomore running back Kye Boyd.
Just four minutes into their first game in four weeks, John Hardin knocked the dust off Friday en route to a convincing second round playoff victory over visiting Spencer County.
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Hardin County Schools released this video Oct. 30 regarding its decision to switch to non-traditional instruction.
We don't know if we will have to go to NTI. However, we want to be prepared should we have to utilize that style of learning. Mrs. Morgan explains the process and talks to HCS families about how they can be prepared.
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 …
Dear Dietitian: I am on a diet and I usually drink one or two diet sodas a day. A co-worker insists diet sodas cause weight gain instead of weight loss. Is this true? – Suzanne
Science is being ignored in Kentucky
During this holiday weekend of thankful reflections, it might seem cliché to say we’re blessed to live in a community where so many so quickly find ways to meet needs, lift up those who are down and bring good things together in effort to improve quality of life. But it’s true.
When the Kentucky High School Athletic Association made the right move earlier this month and decided to delay the start of winter sports until January, it also should have done the inevitable — cancel the wrestling season.
Ignoring facts and intelligent advice
In this year of disruption when the headlines have been dominated by a deadly pandemic, a divisive election and questions of social injustice, we need to celebrate Thanksgiving more than ever.
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- A cool day of fishing
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- ALL-AREA VOLLEYBALL: E’town sweeps individual honors