All sports teams are special in their own way, whether they see their seasons end early in postseason play, or they’re like this Elizabethtown High School football team — playing for a state championship.
There are nights, now more than five decades later, that Gary Inman will wake up and what will be on his mind is one fourth-quarter high school football pass in a Class 2-A state championship game.
As things slowly start to open back up and we all strive for a new normal (whatever that will eventually look like), golf courses were allowed to stay open in Kentucky.
- Health officials ask for patience with vaccine
- Local child receives special-needs bike through Kiwanis Club donation
- Cookies, stuffed animals offered through 4-H fundraiser
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- BOYS’ PREP BASKETBALL: Central wins, North falls at Winter Classic
- Gregory appointed to AG task force
- GIRLS’ PREP BASKETBALL: E’town holds on against Central in district battle
- Marcus and Linda Dixon present a $1,000 check Thursday to Helping Hand of Hope Executive Director Hope Burke. Marcus serves as pastor for House of Manna Bread of Life Church in Radcliff while Linda serves as first lady minister for the church. The donation was made possible by the church’s recent 2021 Pastor Appreciation Virtual Event, which also raised $1,000 for Hardin County Schools to address homelessness and for Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland. Submitted photo