Today's Features

  • The following marriage licenses have been issued through the Hardin County Clerk’s Office.

    Parker Logan Dennison, 27, and Renee Esther Frackiewicz, 22, both of Elizabethtown.

    Christopher Mark Ford, 31, and Jessica Joy Donahue, 31, both of Radcliff.

  • The hit musical “Jesus Christ Superstar” takes the stage at Hardin County Playhouse this weekend.

    Actors in the production sat down to explain what the buzz is all about.

    Bo Cecil directs the local presentation of this musical, written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. He also plays Judas, the member of the inner circle who betrays Christ.

  • St. Christopher Church held an ethnic food festival on July 26 at the Parish Life Center.

    More than 300 people attended the event, which offered food from various countries and regions and showcased the talents of the multicultural parishioners.

  • Four Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph, with a vast array of knowledge and experience, will take turns leading a program on the first Tuesday evening of each month. The dinner and presentation are from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Mount Saint Joseph Conference and Retreat Center in Maple Mount, 12 miles west of Owensboro on Ky. 56. The cost is $15.

  • An important training adage is, “People perform as they train.” Training of skills is very important for any performance whether they are physical or mental skills.

  • The following building permit information has been obtained from the Hardin County Planning and Development Commission and Radcliff Planning and Zoning, and City of Elizabethtown Planning and Development offices. The name of the applicant, applicant’s address and use of permit are listed.

  • The following property transfers are listed on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown. FMV means fair market value and typically is based upon assessed taxable value.

    David Hager to Christopher D. Crable, 4.06 acres on Ky. 333, $30,000.

  • So I lied quite a bit last week.

    Yeah, I’ll admit it. Lies were flying out of my mouth in random chunks like bits of hot dog during a competitive eating contest.

    But the lies were those of the little white variety.

    And really, it was for a good reason. Really.

  • Sitting at an airport this last month in Newark, New Jersey, I met a very interesting person who was a Buddhist. We were chatting and she shared a chant for world peace and individual happiness.

    She said if you want peace in the world, first you must find peace within. After just getting caught up on tragic global news, her thought was a refreshing one.