Today's Features

  • The following marriage licenses were issued in Hardin County.

    Laura Marie Howard, 22, of Elizabethtown, and Phillip Andrew Rogers, 25, Glendale.

    Leisha Gail Elliott, 45, of Radcliff, and Shawn Rodrigus Williams, 43, Elizabethtown.

    Julia Banglee Jones, 20, of Bonnieville, and Zachary Allen Siebert, 21, Quincy, Washington.

    Kelli Lynn Reidling, 18, Cecilia, and Zachary Todd Kreider, 19, Elizabethtown.

    Cristina Marie Casarez, 18, and James Allison Purkey Jr., 19, both of Elizabethtown.

  • By Suzanne Darland

    This is the time of year when churches hold their annual week of intense, kid-focused Bible study.

    Children are on summer break, so churches can hold the sessions during the day. Or at night, like our church has done for many years, primarily to involve more members who have day jobs. And during the summer there’s no hurrying home to bathe and get to bed because there’s no school the next day.

    The Bible is the textbook for the week, with emphasis on stories about Jesus’ life or Old Testament heroes.

  • Hardin County Playhouse in Elizabethtown will hold auditions Monday and Tuesday for its production of “Jesus Christ Superstar.”

    The auditions are at 6:30 p.m. both nights at the Plum Alley Theater in the Historic State Theater complex at 209 W. Dixie Ave.

    Needed for the play are 20-plus men, ages 15-70, and 15 or more women, ages 15-70.

  • An art exhibit featuring fiber and textile work opens Saturday at Wild Earth Gallery & Gifts in downtown Elizabethtown. The exhibit runs throughout June.

    Artists featured in the exhibit, titled “Heart-strings,” are Luna Or­tiz, Ardis Moonlight, Gwendolyn Kelly and Hyacinth Bean.

    Wild Earth Gallery & Gifts is at 110 N. Main St. in Elizabethtown.

    For information, call 502-378-2113.

  • In a land far, far away — or Brandenburg — a production company is striving to produce fantasy and science fiction movies and Web series based on geek culture.

    The company, d20 Entertainment, is led by Ken Whit­man and already has produced two seasons of a Web series called “Brothers Barbarian.” Now there are a few other projects in the works.

    From 1994 to 1995, Whitman worked for the company that made Dungeons & Dragons.

  • Auditions will be held Saturday for a play titled “Glad It’s Not Me.”

    Those 16 and older can attend the open audition from 1 to 4 p.m. at 401 W. Poplar St. in Elizabethtown.

    Participants will read from provided scripts and should be prepared to sing a song of their choice.

    “Glad It’s Not Me” was produced and written by Karl and Esther Butts and will be directed by Phillip Cherry.

    The performance schedule has not been determined.

    For information, call 502-650-5341.

  • So we’re in the final days of our Pomeranian puppy wearing his splint.

    About a month ago, Zorro broke his front leg while we were on vacation when he decided to jump out the window of our parked car — apparently to beg attention from a passerby. While the splint is noticeable to us of the human sort, Zorro hasn’t seemed to give it much attention.


  • State Sen. Dennis Parrett speaks at the May 12 meeting of Kentucky Public Retirees, Lincoln Trail Chapter. He updated members about the recent legislative session. The Lincoln Trail Chapter of KPR meets at 11:30 a.m. the second Monday of each month at Ryan’s in Elizabethtown.