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Today's News

  • Out of their element

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com Radcliff firefighter Kyle Mattingly had little experience with caving prior to Thursday, save for a guided tour at a tourist spot such as Mammoth Cave. So being thrown waist deep into cold waters to extricate an injured caver took him out of his element. The Radcliff Fire Department partnered with the Technical Rope and Cave E

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club has May meeting

    The May meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club featured guest speaker Jeannie Locy, president and CEO of Right at Home, in-home care and assistance. Locy was introduced by club member Emma Day. The agency has provided care for senior and disabled persons since 1995. Locy presented ifnormation relating to brain health and Alzheimer’s issues.

  • Tapps celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

    MR. AND MRS. TAPP

    Mr. and Mrs. William Tapp of Elizabethtown are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.

    They were married May 19, 1950, by the Rev. James T. Lee.

    Mr. Tapp is retired from Tapp & Chandler Insurance Agency. They have three children, five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

     

  • DAR presents award certificates

     

    On May 21 the Captain Jacob VanMeter Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented certificates to three members for milestones in dedicated service to the Daughters of the American Revolution.

    Certificates of award signed by NSDAR President General Linda Gist Calvin, KSDAR Regent Sharon Mayne Withers and Captain Jacob VanMeter Chapter Regent Martha Gibson Lawson were present to the following honorees: Joyce Murray Cowley, 40 years; Wilma Turner Martin, 50 years; Polly Blair Bird, 60 years.

  • Dancers teach folk dances to St. James students

    The Allegro Dance Theatre Arts Outreach Dance Education Ensemble recently performed and taught the students at St. James School folk dances from Greece and the United States.

     

  • CKAG names Stice as Artist of the Year

     

    The Central Kentucky Artist of the Year Reception will be June 6, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Brown-Pusey House, 128 N. Main St., Elizabethtown. The Artist of the Year honor is given annually to the artist who attains the highest number of points by competing in monthly art competitions. The winning artist is then awarded an opportunity to have a show to display their works.

  • CKAG names May Artists of the month

    At the May 17th meeting of the Central Kentucky Art Guild, two artists were voted as Artist of the Month. They will share the honor and their paintings will be hung at the Cobbler Café in Elizabethtown. They are: Marilyn Matthews for her painting “Little Spring Things” and Carl McKinley for his painting “Puffy Love”. Congratulations to Marilyn and Carl. The next meeting of the CKAG will be at 6:30 p.m., July 21 at the Nolin RECC building on Ring Road. Visitors are always welcome.

     

  • YOUTH SWIMMING: Golden Girls have Dolphins in third place after two days (06/13)

    The News-Enterprise

    The television sitcom was far before their time, but Emma Coakley, Hannah Godfrey, Manuela Sampaio and Kate Tarvestad are the E’town Dolphins’ version of the Golden Girls.

    Behind that foursome, the host Dolphins enter the final day of their annual Summer Classic today with a solid chance to fin-ish in the top three at E-town Swim & Fitness Center.

  • Senior Life: Abuse hurts at any age

    By MONICA RUEHLING

    Senior Life columnist

    Abuse comes in many forms and can happen at any age. From silent mistreatment to exploitation to violent unthinkable acts, abuse happens to the very young and to the very old — the individuals who feel the most pain and do not have the voice to speak of the abuse — the most vulnerable.

  • GOLF: Clements takes early lead at Men's Invitational (06/12)