Today's News

  • Aug. 18, 2008: Our readers write

    Uninformed or unimportant?

    On my way home recently, I was enlightened by the truth in the form of a billboard on U.S. 31W: 75 percent of Hardin County residents support a smoke-free workplace ordinance.

  • Aug. 29, 2008: Our readers write

    White Mills Christian Camp thrives

    We have been blessed in Hardin County with a variety of unique treasures not available in other communities. One of those treasures continues to be the White Mills Christian Camp. The camp, led by camp manager Ben Fulcher, is entering its 60th year of programs offered to youth locally and across the state. The 2008 summer programs hosted more than 1,000 young people and their families.

  • Aug. 21, 2008: Our readers write

    It’s not hard to understand

    There are five areas in Hardin County that do not have a smoking ordnance to protect their residents from the harmful effects of second-hand smoke. Those areas include Radcliff, Upton, Sonora, Vine Grove and West Point.

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL UPDATE: LaRue County 52, Washington County 34 (09/06)


  • Benefit is Saturday to help Upton man


    Landmark News Service

    UPTON — A benefit raffle and yard sale is planned Saturday for Jeremy Noe, 28,  at the Upton Community Center on College Street.

    Noe was diagnosed with Stage 4 melanoma on his left ear in June and will be unable to work for at least a year. The problems with his ear began in February 1998 when Noe was in a car crash. He was thrown through the windshield and his ear was severed.

  • Sept. 2, 2008, editorial: Salute

    Donald Bloodworth will wake up this week with no office to go to, no cases to look at for any new leads.

    Bloodworth is now the former chief of the Radcliff Police Department, retiring after about 12 years on the force, including 10 as the head of the department.

    Jeff Cross moved into Bloodworth’s spot on the force and now the former chief has time to sit back and decide what the next direction in his life will be.

    He hinted recently that he may move back to his home in western Kentucky, maybe teach.

  • Aug. 7, 2008: Our readers write

    Armor School contractors left out

    With all the hoopla about how base realignment will affect Fort Knox and how it will provide economic benefits for local cities and counties, there is one group of workers at Fort Knox that consistently has been overlooked: government support contractors.

    More than 600 contract workers who fill valuable and nonreplaceable jobs on Fort Knox will lose their jobs when the U.S. Army Armor School leaves the area. 

  • FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL UPDATE: Hart County 12, Fort Knox 7 (09/06)


  • Aug. 25, 2008: Our readers write

    Angels and Samaritans everywhere

    We often only hear complaints and never compliments regarding our public servants and Good Samaritans. Where is a policeman or fireman when I need one? Why isn’t anyone around when I’m passed on a double yellow line or someone weaves in and out of traffic causing additional stress to the other drivers?

  • Sept. 5: Services