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Bardstown Fire burns house for training

The Bardstown Fire Department hosted firefighters from Nelson County Fire and Rescue, Shepherdsville, Mount Washington, Shelbyville and other departments as well as instructors from around the state Saturday for a live burn at 1405 N. Third St. Newcomb Oil owns the property and let the firefighters

KENTUCKY STANDARD - 2017-09-25 00:35:00

Family members of murder victims unite for National Murder Victims Remembrance Day

"Unbearable pain" is how the families of murder victims in Louisville describe what they're feeling on National Murder Victims Remembrance Day. "My baby is gone," Kimberly Hammond said. Hammond's son Camden McCroskey was gunned down in 2009. "It was my nephew, Ricky [Jones], who was killed on April

WDRB.COM - 2017-09-25 04:09:00

Kentucky high school football scores for Sept. 22

Allen Co.-Scottsville 46, Grayson Co. 7 Ashland Blazer 46, Rowan Co. 14 Bardstown 20, Thomas Nelson 14 Belfry 63, Sheldon Clark 8 Bishop Brossart 34, Nicholas Co. 0 Boyle Co. 56, North Hardin 10 Bullitt East 65, Nelson Co. 12 Casey Co. 49, Jackson Co. 14 More: Moretti's big game lifts undefeated St.

COURIER-JOURNAL - 2017-09-23 02:33:10

BCS approves demolition start for softball field upgrade

Bardstown City School's softball field will be getting an upgrade soon following discussion at the school board's Sept. 19 meeting. Upgraded lighting has already been installed at the existing location near the Central Office, so instead of moving the field, it will undergo additional improvements,

KENTUCKY STANDARD - 2017-09-23 19:21:00

Firefighters qualify in team competition

Bardstown firefighters are advancing to the World Challenge after qualifying recently in a team relay event as part of the Scott Safety Firefighter Combat Challenge in Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. Firefighters Mike Alden, Derrick Gribbins, Casey Hennessy and Ernie Pyle of the Bardstown Fire Department c

KENTUCKY STANDARD - 2017-09-23 19:20:00

Przystal leaving role as tourism director

Dawn Przystal, who began working in the local tourism office when she was a student almost 14 years ago, is stepping down as executive director to pursue her goal of going into business on her own, doing tourism research and consulting. "It's what I've wanted to do for a very long time, and it's ju

KENTUCKY STANDARD - 2017-09-23 19:14:00

10 cities where your paycheck goes the furthest

CareerBuilder put out a new survey and it found that nearly 8 out of 10 American workers live paycheck to paycheck. Veuer's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story. Buzz60 Many people dream of living in New York or Los Angeles - rubbing shoulders with celebrities and Instagramming food from th

COURIER-JOURNAL - 2017-09-22 18:00:07

Aaron Hernandez had CTE and that's a huge problem for NFL

Aaron Hernandez just became the most dangerous man in football. It's a strange statement, given the former New England Patriots tight end is dead and had spent the last four years of his life not on the field but behind bars for murder. But the revelation Thursday that Hernandez had chronic traumati

WHAS 11 - 2017-09-22 13:48:06

Mary J. Blige concert canceled

The Mary J. Blige concert scheduled for Saturday night at the KFC Yum! Center has been canceled. Officials said tickets purchased through Ticketmaster will automatically be refunded. Other tickets must be returned to the original point of purchase to receive a full refund. Officials said tickets pur

WLKY.COM - 2017-09-23 13:54:00

This Louisville Kroger will get massive remodel, double in size

The Kroger store at Central Station shopping center, near the University of Louisville's Belknap campus, is undergoing a massive renovation and expansion. Work has started on the store at 3165 S. Second St. and is expected to finish in the first quarter of 2018, probably in March. The approximately

WHAS 11 - 2017-09-23 21:13:16

Woman bitten by venomous copperhead snake at restaurant

A Virginia woman is recovering after being bitten by a snake at a restaurant. The copperhead bit her three times inside a steakhouse near Fredericksburg earlier this month. "Initially, it felt like I was stung by a bee or a hornet or something," said victim Rachel Myrick. By the time she realized w

WLKY.COM - 2017-09-24 14:50:00

Man charged with burglarizing cellphone stores

A Louisville man was arrested Sunday by the Eliza-beth-town Police De-part-ment on a Hardin District Court warrant charging him with third-degree burglary Accor-ding to the warrant, Justin D. Adkins, 20, smashed a window of a Sprint store in Elizabeth-town with a sledge hammer in early May. He and a

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-25 12:51:59

Adult Education to host open house

Diane Kelly, director of Hardin County Adult Education, plans to celebrate National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week by showcasing what adult education does. "We're not your father's GED program," she said. Based out of the College View campus, the program offers three credentials including

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-25 05:30:22

Man indicted after attempting to purchase prescription drugs

A Lincoln County man was indicted last week by a Hardin County grand jury on one felony count of crimi-nal possession of a forged in-strument after he tried to illegally obtain a prescription in May in Elizabethtown, according to reports. Bobby Earl Hendrickson, 49, of Crab Orchard, was ar-rested Ju

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-25 03:00:16

Expansion of 'instant racing' won't live up to promises

Churchill Downs and Keeneland announced a partnership to expand gambling into eastern and western Kentucky and promised they'll "create hundreds of new jobs, stimulate economic growth and generate funds to increase purses and breeder incentives." But if the deal ends up like so many communities lure

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-25 12:50:41

New ECTC class teaches skills to succeed in college

Katrina Eicher kicked off her class for first-year students at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College with a discussion. "Is school starting to heat up?" she asked the students. Yes, they all said because exams are starting. Many of the students also are getting used to an increased workload.

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-25 07:00:00

Soup kitchen eyes expansion, new home

Weeks shy of its one-year anniversary, Open Door Commu-nity Kitchen in Vine Grove is not only ready to acknowledge the special day, but has an eye on broadening its efforts. Housed at Vine Grove United Methodist Church, Open Door organizers are intent on offering even more and moving to a new locati

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-25 06:12:07

High school bands receive awards at music competition

Central Hardin and North Hardin high school marching bands competed Saturday in the 2017 Clarksville Regional Championship in Clarksville, Tennessee. The event is a Bands of America competition. North Hardin took first for Class 2-A in the preliminary round and finished third overall with a score of

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-25 01:26:23

Koori-Machi delegation returns home after E'town stay

Some residents of Eliza-beth--town and Koori-Machi, Japan said their farewells Thurs-day night as a delegation from the city's Japanese sister city saw their week-long stay close with a picnic at Freeman Lake Park. This is the 25th anniversary of the sister city program. Mayor Edna Berger said the p

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-24 02:30:01

Take a second glance at how E'town looks

ISSUE: First impression of interstate travelers OUR VIEW: Entryways should be emphasized Elizabethtown's newest retail development, The Overlook at Buffalo Creek, is progressing. A new hotel is rising from the hillside and soon will be joined by Starbucks, BoomBozz Pizza, McDonald's and Culver's. Wi

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-24 00:00:26