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A portion of West Lincoln Trail Boulevard in front of Radcliff City Hall was closed Saturday as the community turned out to celebrate the service of active, reserve and retired service members, first responders and their families.

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Thousands of years of history in Kentucky and surrounding regions were on display Saturday inside Pritchard Community as the Green River Archaeological Society of Kentucky hosted its annual Elizabethtown Prehistoric Artifact Show.

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Elizabethtown High School student JuWuan Montgomery’s partially ejected body, covered in red paint meant to resemble blood, laying across the hood of a white car was the sight that greeted juniors and seniors Friday afternoon as they exited the gym doors leading to the school parking lot.

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A 2.5% cost-of-living pay increase for all employees is included in the Hardin County Schools tentative budget of $170.3 million approved Thursaday during its monthly board meeting.

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Nathanael McDonald said he knew 31-year-old Justin Moore of Cecilia for more than 15 years. The two met each other working on farms in the area, and their friendship grew over the years.

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Hooray for Heroes will return to Radcliff for the first time since 2019. The free event will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, which is Armed Forces Day.