Hosted by Girls United #Gamechanger, local students have an opportunity to learn more about college and scholarships.
Central Hardin High School, Elizabethtown High School, North Hardin High School and John Hardin High School Beta Clubs recently competed in the 81st annual state Senior Beta Convention in Louisville.
Despite the opportunity to purchase an item for himself, a West Hardin Middle School student instead decided to spend his “Laker Loot” money on a bicycle for his friend
Five years later, Rick Games doesn’t remember for certain if it was a text message or a phone call that started his bond with Elizabethtown Community and Technical College President and CEO Dr. Juston Pate. But it launched a firm partnership and a friendship.
The Central Kentucky Community Foundation’s Scholarship Central is online for students to apply, and the organization also is back in schools to spread the word.
A nearly four-month investigation into a physical altercation at Marion C. Moore High School in Louisville between a student and teacher William Bennett of Elizabethtown has led to the educator’s firing.
As cases of COVID-19 continue to climb, Hardin County Schools and Elizabethtown Independent Schools will continue to administer the same guidance they were provided in early August.
North Hardin High School band director Brian Froedge took his concert band students to Chicago during the week of Dec. 13 for the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic.
Speaking to the LaRue County Board of Education at a meeting last week, district teacher Houston Cruse urged board members and Superintendent David Raleigh to look into adding a nickel tax.
A few dozen volunteers headed into the old East Hardin Middle School building in Glendale on Tuesday to finish supply efforts to aid tornado victims by Hardin County Schools.
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