Silverleaf Sexual Trauma Recovery Services is inviting the community downtown this weekend to celebrate its new mural and its message.
A Glasgow man is facing a number of charges after reportedly nearly hitting a woman with his car on an Elizabethtown street Tuesday night and then pushing a Hardin County Sheriff’s Office deputy.
District superintendents discussed reopening plans for next school year during a virtual monthly Hardin County Chamber of Commerce Membership Luncheon on Wednesday.
In a Facebook video posted Tuesday, Amanda Reed, assistant superintendent for student achievement, and D.W. Cruse, director of alternative programs, discussed some upcoming plans for the LaRue County Schools district.
It’s a hot summer evening at John Hardin High School. Members of the school’s football team are making their way down to the field for preseason practices.
High school sports practice resumed in some capacity across Kentucky in June, but there still are plenty of questions as to what the future holds. Most of these questions regard what the 2020 fall season could look like later this year in the era of COVID-19.
Elizabethtown sophomore Jai Garris picked up a pair of championships Sunday at the 15th annual State Farm E’town Tennis Open at the Freeman Lake Tennis Complex.
It’s not like Stuart and Camden Jones were tired of looking at each other.
Natalie Sweeney has been hired to be an assistant women’s basketball coach at Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina.
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- One dead in four-vehicle U.S. 62 crash
- One man killed in wreck on U.S. 62
- E’town couple finds love during quarantine
- 41 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Hardin
- Name released of man who died in home explosion
- Radcliff woman wins big on scratch-off
- Long lines and high temps creating some ill feelings
- HCS students will have two school options
- Giving up place in line, woman returns with water for others
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Honoring the best of the best in area varsity sports. The 2020 Select Preps program features a unique and powerful event that highlights the wide-ranging and outstanding performance of local high school student-athletes, on the field, in the classroom and in life in general.
Kentucky 27th District Democrat state representative forum presented by the Radcliff Small Business Alliance. Participants were Democratic candidates Brian Chism and Stacy Crosslin along with Barry Saylor, RSBA forum chairman, and Stan Mullins, moderator.
Kentucky Interim Education Commissioner Kevin C. Brown delivers a two-minute message to the Commonwealth's Class of 2020 graduates.
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 …
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest in Clermont is in the midst of its first phase of reopening, after months of being closed to the public. Bernheim members now can register to visit the nature preserve and registration will be available to the general public starting July 27.
Nathalie Wilms turned 38 during COVID-19 quarantine and said her husband still owes her dinner and a present. But despite the pandemic, she’s been doing a lot for area children at the Hardin County Public Library.
Although she’s now looking forward to a fresh start at the University of Kentucky, Central Hardin High School graduate Abigail Graham has many achievements to look back on from days her as a Bruin.
The National Park Service provides so much to America. It operates and maintains parks, monuments, historic sites, battlefield sites, lakeshores and trails with 419 areas covering more than 85 million acres.
Residents choosing to visit the Hardin County Clerk’s Office to renew vehicle registration have encountered lengthy lines and long waits over recent days. The line stretching down the Hardin County Government Building’s sidewalk has had young and old standing outside in the heat for hours.
DEALING WITH LOSS. For generations, Hosparus Health has provided loving and caring end-of-life assistance for its patients and their families.
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- Glasgow man accused of nearly striking woman in roadway with car
- Superintendents discuss school reopenings at HCCC luncheon
- LaRue County Schools to offer students virtual learning option
- Backyard Classic donates $10k to HMHF
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