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Today's News

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members attend parade

    To demonstrate the patriotic spirit of members of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown, Betty Jackson, Betty Sue French, Delta Fulks and Regina Lancaster attend the Memorial Day Parade in Elizabethtown.

  • Scheduled area firework shows

    Tonight

    • Founders’ Day, postponed
    • Rumble Over Rineyville, postponed
    • Friday

    • Homecoming Days at White Mills, 9:30 p.m.

    Saturday

    • Stephensburg Fire Department, at dark
  • CASA provides service outlet for willing seniors

    Good news for my cohorts by survival that enjoy the grand title of retiree.Here’s a bit of information to put a spark in your life.

    Amazingly, the CASA of the Heartland volunteer program came about in ways which allow retirees to tap into a source of usefulness, joy and fulfilling rewards. By the time retirement arrives, most folks have been parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts or reached the age of maturity. They have the experience needed so desperately by CASA children and the Family Court of Hardin County.

  • Banks takes the field

    Thelma Banks takes football seriously.

    She’s always watched and known about football. Her dad coached football. Her brother played football for the University of Cincinnati.

    And since 2004, the Radcliff woman has played the game. On the field, she’s known as Thelma “Bonecrusher” Banks.

    At 40, she’s the owner and a player for Louisville’s Derby City Dynamite semi-pro women’s football team.

  • Speakers with Spark: Tots teach life lessons

    By SUSAN RIDER

  • Concert format could become staple at Summer Blast

    Spirits were high and country artist David Lee Murphy was starting to hit his musical stride Saturday night during Radcliff’s Summer Blast festival when a burst of rain dragged the night to a jarring halt.

  • U of L to offer new master's degree in human resources at Fort Knox

    The University of Louisville is launching a graduate program in human resources and organization development this August at the home of the U.S. Army Human Resources Command.

    U of L’s extended campus on Fort Knox begins offering classes Aug. 26. According to Director Mark Casey, the program will feature blended courses with evening face-to-face and online classes to allow for working professionals to attend.

    “That gives them flexibility,” Casey said.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: Clay Games tosses no-hitter for EABC 10s (07/03)

    Clay Games had a big night at the plate and on the mound Tuesday in the Cal Ripken District 7 Tournament at Meade-Olin Park.

    Games threw a no-hitter and also drove in four runs as the Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 10-year-old Red All-Stars rolled to a 12-1 win in five innings over Meade County.

    Games singled, tripled and scored a run, while Ty Been singled, drove in three runs and scored once. Eli Brown singled, doubled, scored three runs and drove in one and Ryan Pyles added two singles and two runs.

  • Kosair pediatric center relocating in August

    Candy Cook said a new Norton Healthcare facility on Ring Road near American Legion Post 113 will cater to more than the physical needs of the children who pass through its doors.

    "You don’t just deal with the patient,” she said. “You treat the whole family. If you have a sick child, everyone is involved with it.”

  • Competency hearing set in hatchet slaying

    A competency hearing has been set in the case against an Elizabethtown man accused of slaying a 20-year-old father with a hatchet last June on Magers Drive.

    Jamie B. Wagers, 25, was indicted in last August on charges of murder, attempted murder, tampering with physical evidence and violation of an emergency protection order in connection with the June 16 death of Christian F. Higdon of Clarkson.