For 29 years Hardin County Habitat for Humanity has been revitalizing neighborhoods and building affordable housing for low-income families in Hardin County. They continued their mission through the pandemic and are looking for volunteers. There are no specific skills required to volunteer, for more information call the Hardin County Restore or Hardin County Habitat at 270-360-9900
Governor Andy Breshear announced this weekend over 1.5 million unique Kentuckians have been vaccinated. The Governor also announced 366 new covid 19 cases in the commonwealth and a positivity rate of 3.08%.
Dee Dee Shaw will be sworn in as Hardin County District Court Judge on Wednesday. She was recently appointed by Governor Andy Beshear. The District 9 Division 1 position became vacant in late January. Shaw recently retired after 24 years as Elizabethtown City Attorney.
Hardin County Schools welcomed students back to their classrooms from Spring Break today. All in-person learning students will resume in-person instruction. Both Group A and Group B students will be returning to their school buildings together. OAL students will also resume instruction.
US Representative Brett Guthrie visited Ft. Knox Friday and received updates on different projects on Post. He also was updated on the construction of a $45 million digital air-ground integration range, plans for Cadet summer training at Ft. Knox, and stand-up of three-star general office command fifth corps and its integration into the community.