Silverleaf Sexual Trauma Recovery Services is inviting the community downtown this weekend to celebrate its new mural and its message.
A Glasgow man is facing a number of charges after reportedly nearly hitting a woman with his car on an Elizabethtown street Tuesday night and then pushing a Hardin County Sheriff’s Office deputy.
District superintendents discussed reopening plans for next school year during a virtual monthly Hardin County Chamber of Commerce Membership Luncheon on Wednesday.
In a Facebook video posted Tuesday, Amanda Reed, assistant superintendent for student achievement, and D.W. Cruse, director of alternative programs, discussed some upcoming plans for the LaRue County Schools district.
Organizers of the Backyard Classic, an eight-hour endurance run that takes place on the trails in the Elizabethtown Nature Park, donated $10,000 to the Hardin Memorial Health Foundation.
A Louisville man was arrested Tuesday afternoon by Elizabethtown police after reportedly placing a Dewalt miter saw in a shopping cart and leaving Lowe’s without paying for it, according to an arrest citation.
Radcliff City Hall was closed to in-person traffic Wednesday as the building underwent a room-by-room treatment with disinfectant.
Students of all ages have had to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has affected almost all levels of education.
U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Hope C. Rampy assumed responsibilities as the 62nd Adjutant General of the Army during an investiture ceremony hosted Tuesday at Fort Knox by Maj. Gen. Joseph R. Calloway, commanding general of U.S. Army Human Resources Command.
Of the 10 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in the six-county Lincoln Trail District Health Department, two are in Hardin County.
The Hardin County Community Fair & Horse Show may be canceled but 4-H competitions have continued — they’re just a little different this year.
Radcliff’s offer of free rent kept the circuit clerk’s satellite office open an additional nine months until COVID-19 arrived and the office with its driver’s license staff was closed in mid-March. The Administrative Office of the Courts has decided not to reopen it.
Without discussion, Vine Grove City Council moved forward with its new budget — about $61,000 more than last year’s spending plan — at Monday night’s city council meeting.
Thirteen new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were announced Tuesday by the Lincoln Trail District Health Department.
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