“We’ve got another box!” Christian May, a junior at North Hardin Classical School in Radcliff, would periodically announce Friday morning in the gymnasium of the school,
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.
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.
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.
Nurses at Baptist Health Hardin, and across the nation, are being recognized as part of National Nurses Week.
For the first time in roughly 25 to 30 years, Elizabethtown Parks and Recreation Department will host a summer camp.
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.
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.
A Radcliff woman was arrested Thursday evening after an alleged incident involving workers with the Kentucky Department for Community Based Services.
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.
Organisers in Radcliff plan to move ahead with its cultural festival on Sept. 11.
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.
Four Early College and Career Center students have joined forces to bring smiles to cancer patients in the form of flowers.
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.
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