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Today's Features

  • The Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys and Girls Ranch summer camping program opened for the 37th year June 10, with boys in attendance. The camp runs throughout the summer, serving both boys and girls, alternately throughout the camp season.

  • Elizabethtown Knights of Columbus Council 1455 recently presented $3,337 to ARHHC Inc. for operation of Project LEARN. This project funds ongoing program services to developmentally disabled citizens of Hardin County. Clara Harrison, president of ARHHC Inc. receives the check from Jim Skees, Tootsie Roll Drive chairman. ARHHC Inc. also received a contribution of $1,000 from the Kentucky Knights of Columbus Association for Mentally Disabled Inc. in March 2012.  The 2012 Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive is Oct. 20 and 21.

  • The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

    Trudy A. McGlone to Michael and Lynn C. Howard, 101 Utah Court, Elizabethtown, $178,300.

    Maynard and Doris Pile to Duane C. and Gloria M. Whitford, 103A Almondwood Circle, Elizabethtown, $109,500.

    Frank D. and Martha Brown to Commonwealth of Kentucky Department of Transportation, property in Hardin County, $4,000.

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

    Don Reynolds, 2009 Bacon Creek Road, Elizabethtown. Use: garage footer.

    D&K Homes, 52 Deer Run Way, county. Use: single-family dwelling.

    Matthew C. and Virgie D. Williams, 11255 Flint Hill Road, Sonora. Use: sunroom.

  • The largest traveling display of relics in the world will be at St. Christopher Church in Radcliff at 7 p.m., Aug. 2.

    There will be approximately 150 relics including those of St. Maria Goretti, St. Therese of Lisieux (the “Little Flower”). St. Francis of Assisi, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Faustina Kowaiska. The supreme highlight is one of the largest certified relics of the True Cross in the world, and a piece of the Veil of Our Lady.

  • K. Richard Holladay was appointed Senior Pastor of Radcliff United Methodist Church at the Kentucky United Methodist Annual Conference session held in Covington, June 10-13. He comes from his previous appointment at Greenville United Methodist Church in Greenville. The Rev. Holladay lived in Louisville, where he graduated from Butler High School.

  • A former Vine Grove resident and graduate of North Hardin High School has found his place among the stars.

    Sean Scarborough, 46, is an actor in Los Angeles who has a recurring role on the USA network series “Common Law.” The TV show focuses on two Los Angeles detectives, Travis Marks and Wes Mitchell, who have been work partners for seven years. The detectives are forced to undergo couples therapy when their bickering begins to interfere with their jobs.

    Scarborough plays Detective Dietz.

  • The Kentucky Arts Council has awarded a grant of $4,165 to The Music & Arts Center of Cultural Learning in Elizabethtown.

    “This is our second time receiving a grant from them,” said Victor Collins, the center’s director.

    MACCL is among 104 recipients of grants totaling $1.7 million disbursed from the Kentucky Arts Partnership. The grant is for fiscal year 2013, and MACCL will get a portion of the grant in August, Collins said.

  • The July meeting of the Ancestral Trails Historical Society recently was held at Elizabethtown City Cemetery, where grave dowsing was illustrated. Many found they could do it when shown, such as Joyce Miller. Looking on is Mary Jo Evans and Mary Decker. The next meeting is Aug. 3, when Susan Dyer will discuss the historic Holt House in Breckinridge County.

  • Scott Necessary of Campbellsville has been employed at Campbellsville University as director of dual credit and assistant to the vice president for admissions, according to an announcement from Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of Campbellsville University.