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The piercing sounds Charlie Miller heard Monday night as he sat in his Lakeside Drive home in Eliza­beth­town are ones he never wants to hear again.

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Between the formation of a youth mountain bike team and an upcoming mountain bike race at Buffalo Lake scheduled for later this year, Hardin County has become a regional hot spot in the world of competitive youth cycling.

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The Kentucky Supreme Court in Common­wealth v. McCarthy determined a defendant now has a constitutionally protected right to refuse a blood test in suspected cases of DUI.

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Nurses at Baptist Health Hardin, and across the nation, are being recognized as part of National Nurses Week.

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A project designed to improve safety and traffic flow at two intersections along North Main Street in Elizabethtown begins Tuesday at the intersection at Crutcher Street.

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Jessica Taylor, who has served as a special education teacher for six years in Hardin County Schools, has been named the district’s new director of special education.

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A Radcliff woman was arrested Thursday evening after an alleged incident involving workers with the Kentucky Department for Community Based Services.

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Dozens of people gathered on the lawn Thursday in front of the Hardin County Gov­ern­ment Building in Eliza­bethtown to participate in the National Day of Prayer.

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Visitors of the General George Patton Museum of Leadership on Fort Knox will be given a glimpse into the lives of World War II-era soldiers Saturday as the museum unveils the new World War II barracks exhibit.

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More than 30 colleges and universities in more than 10 states were represented Thursday inside Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gym­nasium as Elizabethtown High School seniors participated in a Decision Day ceremony.