Today's News

  • County forgoes HMH dividend



    Hardin County Judge-Executive Harry Berry last week announced the county will not accept the annual dividend payment from Hardin Memorial Hospital because of financial struggles the hospital faces.

    To offset the dividend, the county may dip into reserves to balance its current budget.

  • Knights of Columbus recognize 50 years of service

    From left, Deputy Grand Knight John Pike, Bud Brangers, Squack Jones and Grand Knight David Micke.

    Bud Brangers and Squack Jones recently celebrated 50-years of service with the Knights of Columbus Council No. 3379 in Vine Grove. Both members have been very active over that last 50 years. Brangers ran the Knights of Columbus Blood Mobile for 30 years as well as many other activities. Jones has been an officer in the council and the state. He is currently planning a volunteer trip to the Appalachian Mountains to help out the Missions.


  • Warm Blessings gets weekly volunteers

    Each first, third, and fifth Wednesday, the Hardin County Realty Association members volunteer at Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen. Prepared to serve the meal are a few of the members who volunteer to serve and clean up at the program, from left, Wanda Huffer, Katria Sanders, Veronica Francois, Gwen Avery, Steve Heartsill, and Trevon Duncan. Warm Blessings,  609 E. Dixie Hwy., Elizabethtown, serves a free meal Monday through Thursday at 5:30 p.m. to anyone who needs to stretch their food dollars.

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  • March 28 Pets of the Week

    Pet of the Week

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  • Keelin-Collins


    DeeAnn Keelin and Joshua Collins, both of LaRue County, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Danny Keelin of Elizabethtown and Debra Keelin of Radcliff. She is a 2005 graduate of North Hardin High School and is employed at Kensington Manor in Elizabethtown.

    The prospective groom is the son of Joe Collins of Florida and Bonnie Collins of Elizabethtown. He is a 2002 graduate of Central Hardin High School and is retired from the Army.

  • City dispatchers recognized in proclamation

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    ELIZABETHTOWN — Elizabethtown City Council and Mayor David Willmoth last week approved a proclamation recognizing emergency dispatchers as part of National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, which runs through April 17.

    Eight staff members operate Elizabethtown’s emergency dispatch center all day, every day.

    Coordinating city police and telephone traffic, those employees also dispatch Public Works and Gas Department workers from a communications center at police headquarters.

  • CKAG holds March meeting

    At the March 15 meeting of the Central Kentucky Art Guild, there were two artists voted as Artist of the Month. They will share the honor and their paintings will be hung at Cobblers Café in Elizabethtown. They are Martha “Marty” Hollenbach of Ekron for her painting “Carnival – Venice” and Sharon Milliner of Mount Washington for her painting “Moonflower”.

    The next meeting of the CKAG will be at 6:30 p.m., April 19 at Nolin RECC building on Ring Road.


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