Local education leaders are helping an organization sue the state in a fight against a piece of legislation which could affect public education dollars.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College was selected from a field of community colleges across the country to receive $50,000 for students in the community.
Hardin County Schools and Elizabethtown Independent Schools are looking for people to fill empty bus driver seats as the first day of a new school year approaches.
Other than a Zumba group that met in the parking lot, Hardin County Public Library hasn’t had in-person adult programming since March 2020. That all changes Aug. 2 when the library returns to a full schedule of in-person adult programming.
Mark Casey, who was elected last November to represent Division 1 on the Hardin County Schools' Board of Education, has resigned.Casey made the announcement Thursday afternoon on his Facebook page."This was not an easy decision or one that I took lightly, it is required by Kentucky law," he …
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