• Urbahns speaks at Elizabethtown Lions Club meeting

    Lion Bill Swope, 60-year-member of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, left, introduces guest speaker Paul Urbahns, center, at the Aug. 7 club meeting. Retired from federal service at Fort Knox, Urbahns is a professional communicator and short story author. He is known for telling stories through the written word, as a newspaper journalist and as a radio announcer and disc jockey. Welcoming Urbahns was President Lion Gary Miles.

  • Democratic Woman’s Club members participate in Christmas in July event


    Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club members participated in the Christmas in July event at Colvin Community Center on July 27. Club members displayed items from “That’s My Pan,” a personalized gift fundraiser. Gift items on display included personalized cake and pie pans, knife sets, coffee mugs, grill sets and cutting boards.

  • Hardin County AM Rotary welcomes new member

    The Hardin County AM Rotary Club welcomed new member Dan Robbins, principal of Hardin County Schools Early College and Career Center at their Aug. 16 meeting. Pictured from left, club President Daniel Tabb, new member Dan Robbins, Jim Sullivan and Rick Walters.

  • SpringHaven has training at Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health

    Chuck Webb, CEO of Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health Systems, presents Tanya Thomas, SpringHaven Domestic Violence Shelter executive director, and Shonna Sheckles, victim advocate at SpringHaven Domestic Violence Shelter, with a donation during a training on Teen Dating Violence held at Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health and facilitated by Thomas and Sheckles.

  • Brownie Girl Scout Troop 1558 hands out water during Heartland parade

    Brownie Girl Scout Troop 1558, third-graders from St. James Catholic Regional School, passed out free cold water to Heartland Parade watchers in front of St. James Church.

  • Central Kentucky Art League members gather for meeting

    The August meeting of the Central Kentucky Art League was held in Elizabethtown. Elizabeth Parks won in the monthly general competition for her acrylic painting, “Smokies Meditation”. It will hang in Cobblers Café for the month of September. Mary Lou Hall won for her pastel, “Cubist Self Portrait” in the professional category. The next meeting is at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 16, at 790 Dixie Highway, Suite 400, in Elizabethtown. There will be a program and refreshments. Visitors are encouraged to attend.

  • Dyrdek speaks to AM Rotary Club members

    Pat Clark, left, and Hardin County AM Rotary Club President Daniel Tabb welcome R.J. Dyrdek, Energy manager for Fort Knox, as guest speaker at the Aug. 16 meeting. Dyrdek spoke about energy conservation measures which are taking place at Fort Knox. 

  • History Museum honors Jones
  • Atria residents give back

    The residents at Atria Assisted Living in Elizabethtown are giving back in big ways. To help local children start the school year off right, residents purchased $175 worth of school supplies. As a group, they delivered the supplies to Hardin County Schools for local students to use and enjoy.

    Secondly, to support the Family Resource and Youth Service Centers, residents donated $500 to the center.

  • Memorial United Methodist Youth volunteer at Warm Blessings


    The Memorial United Methodist Youth Group, along with parents and youth leader Dewey Cruze, recently spent an evening volunteering at Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen. Members served a meal to more than 70 patrons, washed dishes, cleaned tables, swept, mopped, ran the sweeper and emptied trash.