Having a catch. Tossing the pigskin. Shooting hoops in the driveway. All of these activities can bring to mind a special memory for a parent with their child.
LaRue County defeated visiting Allen County-Scottsville, 78-76 Saturday in the Corky Cox Classic.
Friday night was a late one for John Hardin boys’ basketball. The team was in Marshall County for the Marshall County Hoopfest and did not take the court for its game against University Heights until midnight.
Quite the opener for Elizabethtown.
North Hardin coach Whitney Hooper welcomed Saturday’s test.
Meade County and John Hardin are somewhat similar in the dispersion of varsity minutes from a year ago as both teams struggled in a variety of ways.
- One dead in three-vehicle crash
- Radcliff homicide victim ‘loved his family’
- Victim identified in fatal Radcliff shooting
- E’town to discuss new businesses
- SHOOTING UPDATE: Victim shot 8 times in Radcliff homicide
- Vine Grove man killed in Wednesday crash
- Zone amendment denied for Big Spring Dollar General
- Boards help nonverbal students communicate during recess
- Entrepreneur expands to offer more supper-time solutions
- Four tied to drug deal, shooting are indicted
Recipes that are both nutritious and flavorful can help bring your loved ones together at the family table. Power up your family meals with protein-packed dishes like Peanut Butter Breakfast Bread Pudding with Maple Peanut Sauce.
When North Hardin High School senior Kylie McAtee decided to organize a school donation drive for Warm Blessings last year, she discovered a new passion. Since then, McAtee has organized three other charity drives and is in the process of organizing more.
The Western Kentucky University Forensics Team divided in two and traveled to both Normal, Illinois, and Owensboro to compete in four tournaments Nov. 1-3.
CARS AND KIDS. It’s obvious members of Central Kentucky Rods and Machines love vehicles and children. For 34 years, the local organization has been providing toys as holiday gifts for children in need through its annual Christmas for Kids Car Show.
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Hardin County continues to lead Kentucky’s next generation toward a more financially sound future.
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- Two Eastview churches vandalized over the weekend
- Sentencing today for man convicted of murder
- Charges reflect alleged 25-month abuse of teen
- Radcliff residents enjoy culinary samplings
- Eddie? Eddie?
- Students named Coca-Cola Scholars semifinalists
- Planning Commission to review proposals for new businesses
- Calloway to again challenge Schamore in state House election