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Today's News

  • Club Members Help Family In Need

    The Goldenrod Homemakers shopped for a child for Christmas. Several club members wrapped the presents at the club’s Christmas party. Family Resource Center Coordinator Charis Kahlden picked up the presents. Each homemaker donated items for a Christmas basket to be given to the family in need. Members who shopped were from left, Charlotte Cooper, Charis Kahlden, Alice Bennett and Sue Logsdon.

     

  • Bonner

     

    Rob and Megan Thompson Bonner were married May 2, 2009, at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art in Memphis, Tenn., by Father Ken Zelten of Memphis. A reception followed on the Brushmark Terrace of the museum.

    The bride is the daughter of Bruce and Linda Thompson of Elizabethtown.

    The groom is the son of Jan and Keith Laxton and Robert and Susan Bonner, all of Memphis.

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL: E'town to honor 'SEC Three' (02/12)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — Go back in time to Feb. 2, 2005, which was a good day for Elizabethtown High School.

  • Elizabethtown Lions names Melvin Jones Fellows

    1 At the Jan. 15 meeting of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, Past District governor Lion Norman Jones, left, presented to Lion Jackie Woosley, a plaque recognizing him as a Melvin Jones Fellow.

    2 Past President of the Elizabethtown Lions Club Arron Rucker was named a Melvin Jones Fellow and was pinned by his wife, Angie, at the Jan. 15 meeting.

    3 Elizabethtown Lions Club member Robert O’Bryant at the club’s Jan. 15 meeting, was named a Melvin Jones Fellow. He was pinned by his mother, Rosa O’Bryant.

     

  • Photo: A snow walk spanning generations
  • Radcliff Woman’s Club plans upcoming year

     The Radcliff Woman’s Club met Jan. 11 and Jan. 14 to plan for the upcoming year and to work on the reports requested by the Kentucky Federation of Women’s Cub on the accomplishments of the past year.

    Some of the decisions made at the Jan. 11 meeting were to designate the chairmen for the committees and to assign the programs and the hostesses for each month. Two new features that were approved were the inclusion of the year the members joined the club in the yearbook and the individual worksheets to indicate the time and amount spent on club projects.

  • Siblings welcome Wyatt Vaughn

     

    William, Amelia, and Evan Shepherd announce the birth of a brother, Wyatt Vaughn Shepherd, on July 23, 2009, at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown. He weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20 ½ inches long.

    Parents are Michael and Jennifer Shepherd.

    Grandparents are Ronnie and Julie Williams of Elizabethtown and Clifford "Buddy" and Juanita Shepherd of Shepherdsville.

    His maternal great-grandmother is Patricia Williams of Elizabethtown; paternal great-grandfather is Frank Hicks of Shepherdsville.

     

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club attends grand opening

    1 Barbara Hayes, Kathy Eubanks, Florence Mason and Barbara Proffitt attended the grand opening of the Regional Training Center.

    2 Jane Tabacchi, Margo Kampe, Kelly Barron and Charlene Easter were also among the attendees of the grand opening.

    Barbara Hayes, Kathy Eubanks, Florence Mason, Barbara Proffitt, Jane Tabacchi, Margo Kampe, Kelly Barron and Charlene Easter of the Radcliff Woman’s Club attended the grand opening of the Regional Education Center on Jan. 22.

  • PREP WRESTLING: Region story lines continue to evolve (02/12)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com LAWRENCEBURG — Off the mat, Terrence Demery and Kyle Terry are pretty good friends. On the mat, however, has been a different story as the duo has met in the finals of the Region 2 Wrestling Tournament each of the last two years. Demery was perhaps on the verge of region – and maybe state – dominance until

  • Local youth recognized at Kentucky Cattlemen's Association Convention

    Hardin County 4-H Livestock Club member Walton Grider, center, was recognized during the 2010 Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association Convention in January as the Division 3, ages 18-21, winner of the $1,000 “Heifer Initiative” Essay Contest. KCA and Farm Credit Services joined forces to help youth earn money to purchase a heifer for their beef breeding projects. Youth must purchase their heifer within the state of Kentucky and from a KCA member.