Today's News

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Collins staves off Meade's comeback bid (08/19)

    After his team was outmuscled throughout the entire first half at home Friday night, Meade County coach Larry Mofield turned to a new offense.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Elizabethtown ends 12-game losing streak by rallying past Knox (08/19)

    After a season full of heartbreak and disappointment, maybe it figured the Elizabethtown Panthers would have to endure at least another half of some more failure in their season opener at home Friday night.

    Behind a standout effort from workhorse senior running back Josh Williams, a slow-starting but productive night from senior quarterback Austin Campbell and a markedly improved defense, the Panthers overcame four first-half turnovers and a halftime deficit to rally by the Fort Knox Eagles, 23-15 in possibly the rivals’ last meeting at Doug Smith Memorial Stadium.

  • Allegro Dance has state fair preliminary

  • SpringHaven receives donation from Fort Knox Area Chapter 1 Inc. of MOAA

    On behalf of the Fort Knox Area Chapter 1 Inc. of the Military Officers Association of America, Director Josette Roush presents Tanya Thomas, interim director of SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program, with a $500 check. Military families are among those that benefit from all of SpringHaven’s services in eight counties.

  • HCS bus crash protocol includes calling schools

    When a Hardin County Schools bus ran off the road and struck a tree Tuesday afternoon, administrators from the students’ schools went to the wreck  to ensure the kids were safe.

    The actions of West Hardin Middle School Principal Jon Thomas and Lakewood Elementary Assistant Principal Jonathan Williams were not necessarily per protocol, said HCS spokesman John Wright, but “just an extra thing that they did.”

  • Coogle – Bumpus

    Stephanie Coogle and Kenneth Bumpus Jr., both of Cecilia, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Joyce Coogle of Cecilia and the late Bluford Coogle. A 2000 graduate of Central Hardin High School, she is a cook at Hardin Memorial Hospital.

    The prospective groom is the son of Kenneth and Juanita Bumpus of Marrowbone. A 1993 graduate of Cumberland County High School, he is a driver for ISA recycling.

  • Edible centerpiece created for Taste of the Heartland

    A customized edible swan, created by Stone Hearth Restaurant & Catering, was one of the unique centerpieces at this year’s Taste of the Heartland to benefit the Community Health Clinic of Hardin and LaRue counties.

  • Pearson-Brown completes basic training

    Pearson-Brown. Navy Seaman Jonathan M. Pearson-Brown, son of Carolyn Y. Pearson-Brown and Wilbert T. Brown, both of Elizabethtown, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill.

    Pearson-Brown is a 2005 graduate of Fort Knox High School.

  • Plant promoted upon graduation

    PLANT. Navy Seaman Apprentice Joshua K. Plant, son of Sherry L. Nelson and Bradley A. Plant, both of Elizabethtown, was recently promoted to his current rank upon graduation from recruit training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill.

     Plant received the early promotion for outstanding performance during all phases of the training cycle.

    Plant is a 2009 graduate of Elizabethtown High School.

  • AUSA presents 40-year membership certificate

    Fort Knox Chapter, AUSA President Gene Gudenkauf, left, presents a 40-year membership certificate to First Citizens Bank CEO Scott Conway in appreciation of First Citizens Bank’s strong and continuous support of AUSA, the military and their families.