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Three Drug Suspects Still On The Run

Still at large, three suspected drug dealers from Hodgenville. Last week, officers rounded-up 12 suspected crack dealers, and another three supsects are still at large: 33 year old Brandon T. Weathers, 41 year old Shanna L. Shanks, and 51 year old Rickey D. Martin. Anyone who knows anything about these people, where they might be […]

Commander At Fort Knox Gets Promotion

Brig. Gen. Peggy Combs — commanding general of Fort Knox — will be promoted to the rank of major general on August first. The ceremony will be at 4:45 at Cadet Park on Brooks Parade Field. Combs assumed command on March 6. She also previously served here from 2011 to 2012 as the deputy commanding […]

Pot Bust From The Sky In Hardin County

Getting high to look for pot. High in the sky that is. A KSP helicopter has been flying locally looking for marijuana growing. And they found some, about 40 plants worth $80,000 on Buckles Road. They also found growing lights and other items at a house on the property. No arrests yet, they’re still working […]

E’town Water System Sale Gets Final Approval

It’s a done deal. Elizabethtown City Council gave final approval to selling the city’s water system to Hardin County Water District No. 2. The water district will pay the city $8 million, divided up over 20 years. And, water bills for E’town residents will begin a steady climb upward.

New Face On E’town Tourism Commission

New member appointed to the E’town Tourism Commission. Steve Fulkerson will finish out the term of Chris Flanagan, Fulkerson and his wife Lori own Back Home Restaurant and he was the choice of Mayor Berger.

Most Kentucky Residents Still Oppose Gay Marriage

People of Kentucky still do not support gay marriage. By a margin of 50–37%. New Bluegrass poll found support still strong for traditional marriage — the majority continue to support the state constitution which says marriage is between a man and woman. It’s like that in polls across the country, but judges have been throwing […]