Menu Close

What’s Playing

Weather Forcast

6:23am9:09pm EDT
Feels like: 80°F
Wind: 5mph W
Humidity: 48%
Pressure: 30.04"Hg
UV index: 6

Wolf Howlendar

  • Yard Sale for JT's Way

    11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    4055 Hardinsburg Rd, Cecilia, KY 42724, USA

    Show more

    Men and women's clothes, furniture, appliances, decor, curtains, rugs, books, toys, electronics, and so much more.  Hotdogs and hamburgers will be available for purchase from11 a.m.-2 p.m.

    Proceeds go to JT's Way, a 501c3 non-profit organizationthat helps families with burial and funeral costs when they lose a child unexpectedly.


  • BBQ Dinners - American Legion Riders

    12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    1251 Ring Rd, Elizabethtown, KY 42701, USA

    Show more






    SATURDAY JUNE 27 2020

    12 PM (NOON) - 6PM




    Menu your choice of Chicken or Pull Pork Dinner Cost is$10.00

    1 Leg Qtr = Leg and Thigh or 2 Legs

    1 Qtr Pound Pulled Pork Sandwich

    2 Sides Beans and Potato Salad

    Bottle Water

    Single Pulled Pork Sandwich $5.00

    Pre orders are available from 24 June till 26 June 6PM ToPre order email


  • Radcliff Firework Show

    8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
    Radcliff, KY, USA

    Show more

    Join the City of Radcliff on July 3rd for their annual firework show. Setup for this event will take place on Lincoln Trail between Atcher Street to South Woodland. Following social distancing guidelines, cars will park in the road and everyone is asked to stay in their own vehicle. Parking begins at 8 pm with fireworks starting about 10 pm.


  • Founder's Day - Elizabethtown

    12:00 AM - 11:59 PM

    Show more

    Parking starts at 7pm.  Fireworks at 10pm.

    WesBanco partners with The City of Elizabethtown once again to present Founders’ Day 2020 July 4th. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, however, the event will be quite different than in year’s past.

    The City has partnered with Hardin County Schools and the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College to ensure a safe and effective fireworks show to celebrate July 4th and Elizabethtown’s birthday. The fireworks will be executed near EC3 and the ECTC campus.
    There will not be any scheduled events around the Founders’ Day celebration that promote gathering of large groups of people at Freeman Lake Park.

    “WesBanco is honored to continue to partner with the City of Elizabethtown to sponsor the annual Founders’ Day Event,” said Marilyn Ford, WesBanco City President, Heartland Region. “With this historically-challenging year of 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic, we need now, perhaps more than ever in our lifetimes, to take every opportunity to celebrate as many special occasions as possible. The City always does a fantastic job of orchestrating a great celebration of the common birthdays of both our City and Nation. Although the 2020 celebration will be different than previous years, it is still an amazing opportunity for our community to share the joy of a fireworks display to celebrate the birth of our Nation and our City. Our hope is that it will bring not only literal light into our community, but also put smiles on faces and put the warmth of gratitude in our hearts for the blessings that we have. Being engaged, giving back, and working with our communities and the people who comprise those communities to make our ‘little corner of the world’ even better is a privilege that our entire WesBanco family truly enjoys and appreciates.”

    There will be orchestrated parking (with strict social distancing) in surrounding parking lots and patrons are encouraged to come out and enjoy the show. There will be a soundtrack with special announcements that will be broadcasted via local radio stations. A complete list of parking areas and radio stations will be available prior to the event. For more information, please go to or check the Elizabethtown City Events Facebook page. The Events Program, which operates out of the Historic State Theater, will continue to be closed to the public until further notice.

    “We want to ensure our citizens’ safety but still offer a celebration to everyone that would like to be a part of it,” said Mayor Jeff Gregory. “This location offers a higher point than Freeman Lake Park which means we can shoot off bigger shells and offer a bigger, broader show than ever before. We will be requiring all patrons adhere to the Governor’s social distancing orders that we assume will still be in place at that time.”


  • Freedom Festival

    2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    163 E Rhudes Creek Rd, Glendale, KY 42740, USA

    Show more

    Join Extended Hands Church for their "Freedom Festival" on July 4th starting at 2 pm. Speakers, worship, FREE food and drinks, inflatables, games, and a huge fireworks display after dark. Extended Hands Church, 163 East Rhudes Creek Road, Glendale. Admission is free, love offering will be accepted.


  • Imagine a World Without Violence Mural

    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    139 E. Dixie Hwy, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

    Show more

    (across from the Hardin County Justice Center)

    Join us in unity as we celebrate our mural (Imagine a World Without Violence. Now Make it Happen). Power-based personal violence will end when enough people take singular actions to help end it. Change happens as people become able to identify risky situations and take actions to confront, interrupt, or prevent acts of violence.

    Please follow all social distancing guidelines and wear a mask to the event.

    Hosted by Silverleaf Sexual Trauma Recovery Services
    (270) 234-9236


  • EHS Panther Golf Scramble

    9:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    Elizabethtown Country Club, 2606 Hodgenville Rd, Elizabethtown, KY 42701, USA

    Show more

    The Elizabethtown High School girls and boys golf teams will be hosting their annual golf scramble. The cost is $65 per player. All proceeds raised from the scramble will directly benefit EHS student athletes. To reserve a spot contact Travis Thompson at 270-735-7384.

    Shotgun start at 9am. Lunch provided.


  • Elizabethtown Out of the Darkness Community Walk

    8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Central Hardin High School

    Show more

    Elizabethtown has long been in need of a mental health community. A force to show that no one is alone in their fight against poor mental health or suicidal thoughts.

    Thanks to the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention this is happening. We are proud to announce the first ever Elizabethtown Out of the Darkness Community Walk.

    This fundraising effort for the Foundation has another purpose. It shows that there is a community out there. In solidarity, we will walk and everyone will see that they are not alone. No one is alone.

    Mark your calendars. September 19, 2020 at the track at Central Hardin High School. We walk to stop suicide.

    Check-in/Registration Time: 7:00 am
    Walk Program Begins: 8:00 am
    Walk Ends: 12:00 pm

    For more information, please contact:
    Contact Name: Jake Richardson 
    Contact Phone: 502-203-8090 
    Contact Email:

    Online registration closes at noon (local time) the Friday before the walk. However, anyone who would like to participate can register in person at the walk from the time check-in begins until the walk starts. Registration is free and open to the public. Walk donations are accepted until December 31st.


  • Outdoor Concert

    6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Greenspace Trails

    Show more

    Enjoy an outdoor concert from The Emerald Cathedral in a unique 500 seat venue nestled along the freeman lake trail off the Pear Orchard road trail head. Parking is available at the Tail Head Parking lot, The First Presbyterian Church and Grace Heartland Church. September 19 from 6 pm to 8 pm. Admittance to the concert is a suggested $10 donation to Greenspace.


Wolf on Facebook

94.3 The Wolf

Radio Station

94.3 The Wolf is Country That'll Make You Howl!

94.3 The Wolf

94.3 The Wolf

2 hours 7 minutes ago

Sadly there will be no rematch from last year's Watermelon eating contest, so Trisha is going to retain her trophy for another year...look out in 2021!

94.3 The Wolf

4 hours 35 minutes ago

What the Howl: 85% of us love the smell of this, but the rest of us think it stinks…

94.3 The Wolf

94.3 The Wolf

6 hours 1 minute ago

What catchphrases would come out?

94.3 The Wolf

1 day 4 hours ago

What the Howl: 31% of adults admit they haven’t done this in the last 6 months…

94.3 The Wolf

94.3 The Wolf

1 day 6 hours ago

94.3 The Wolf

94.3 The Wolf

1 day 22 hours ago

This morning, Jodie talked about playing Hungry, Hungry Hippos with the family...she should get Maggie in on the fun too!

94.3 The Wolf

2 days 1 hour ago

PRIMARY ELECTION: Don't know where you're supposed to vote in Wolf Country? Click on the link below!

94.3 The Wolf

94.3 The Wolf

2 days 2 hours ago

It’s a busy morning out at the Hardin County Government Building!

This is the only polling location in the county, and it’s open for in-person voting until 6 p.m. tonight! Plenty of people going in and out, with no noticble wait for voting. Make sure you come out and vote! If you’re in line by 6 p.m., you CAN vote!

94.3 The Wolf

2 days 4 hours ago

What the Howl: Pre-pandemic 56% of Americans were doing this once a week. Now only 25% are doing it once a week…

94.3 The Wolf

2 days 6 hours ago

Wolf Wants to Know...