After 20 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Hardin County were announced Friday afternoon by the Lincoln Trail District Health Department, the county’s recovery rate is at 87.2 percent.
Marvin and Judy Detjen of Missouri sat outside their RV Thursday afternoon at Vine Grove Optimist Park enjoying the fall weather, patiently waiting to hear the sound of bluegrass music.
Baptist Health Hardin will offer a curbside flu shot clinic Saturday.
Pearl Hollow Landfill will have a free service day this weekend.
Ken Griffey Jr. has a global fan following and is known as one of the best at what he does. But don’t expect any batting tips if you attend his personal appearance Saturday in Radcliff.
White Mills Christian Church is raising money for a new building and, despite the pandemic, is trying to reach a goal of $400,000 by the end of 2020.
Despite the cancellation of the in-person ceremony, the Central Kentucky Community Foundation virtually showcased community philanthropy on Thursday.
The COVID-related order preventing utility disconnections and past due charges will be lifted Oct. 20
The City of Elizabethtown and the Elizabethtown Sports Park are partnering to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the movie “Elizabethtown.” A showing at the sports park will be held Oct. 17.
Walkers and runners have been clocking miles virtually everywhere this month.
Because of the global COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic instability, Nolin RECC temporarily suspended electrical service disconnections and late fees for our members due to nonpayment of bills on March 12, 2020.
There were 10 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 announced Thursday afternoon for Hardin County by the Lincoln Trail District Health Department. The county, since mid-March, has had 1,224 cases.
It was a somber evening Wednesday at St. Stephen Church in Radcliff as dozens gathered for a candlelight vigil for Rosalyn Velazquez.
Two inmates from the Hardin County Detention Center substance abuse program annex broke free from a fenced area Tuesday night and an employee has been fired for “lax” supervision related to the incident.
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- Hardin County COVID recovery rate is 87 percent
- Bluegrass festival attracts music lovers from all-around
- BHH to offer curbside flu shot clinic
- Saturday is free service day at county landfill
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