Today's Features


  • Former Elizabethtown Lions Club President Larry Mengel accepts a check from President Gary Miles to benefit the Sisters Container House Project The club voted to donate to the balance of money needed to launch the Sisters Container House Project to the Hardin County Habitat for Humanity at the April 15 meeting. The object of the project is to change a tractor trailer container into housing for the homeless and those living in deplorable housing. Once successful, the pilot program could spread throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

  • We at Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1051 wish to pay respect and a huge thank you to all those who helped make the event at the Elizabethtown Nature Park on May 22 through 26 such a success.
    One group that often is overlooked and not enough thanks given are the families of those who did not return from Vietnam or gave their lives for their country during this war. As Vietnam veterans, we want to offer a heart felt thank you for the sacrifice you had to endure and want to assure you that these fellow brothers will not be and are not forgotten.

  • Emily Young, 10, daughter of Tracy Young, competed as a state finalist in the National American Miss Kentucky pageant May 10 at the Crowne Plaza in Louisville. The Pageant is for girls ages 10 through 12.
    Young’s activities include church, soccer, art, singing and dancing. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

  • Hardin County League of Women Voters member Retha Wilcoxon registers new voter Chelsea Dawn Spellings at North Hardin High School in Radcliff.

  • North Hardin Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10281 recently made five donations to assist other organizations with their goals.
    The first donation was to the City of Radcliff Police Department for $500 to help with Radcliff’s Summer Blast. This event will include carnival rides, the Miss Radcliff contest, Radcliff Civic oranizational booths, games, fireworks and a concert.

  • A group of high school students from Ohio will perform a drama in Vine Grove in an effort to address topics including abortion, alcohol, drugs, religion, sex and suicide.

    “Dead Serious ... About Life,” a musical drama, will be presented by Mischpachah Inc. at 7 p.m. Friday and 6 p.m. Saturday at J.T. Alton Middle School.

  • “Edge of Tomorrow”
    Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence, language and brief suggestive material.
    Release date: June 6
    Runtime: 113 minutes
    Rating: Surprisingly good

    Tom Cruise has had some good movies but he’s also had several duds. Last year’s “Oblivion” was one of those duds.

    “Edge of Tomorrow” is a welcome surprise that erased some preconceived notions going into the film.

  • The following marriage licenses were issued in Hardin County.

    Sandra Lee Fisher, 49, and Gregory Lee Martin, 54, both of Radcliff.

    Jeremia Magdalene Harvey, 31, and Jonathan Montrace Van, 32, both of Radcliff.

    Carrie Renee Toller, 21, of Maysville, and Jeffrey Allen Franklin Chambers, 28, of Central City.

    Danielle Denise Nicole Lewis, 22, of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Oscar Alfredo Alston-Bellamy, 26, of Radcliff.

    Anne Marie Fenwick, 30, and Andrew Joseph Litherland, 27, both of Vine Grove.

  • The following marriage dissolutions have been granted in Hardin Circuit Court.

    John Edward Nowacki Jr., 48, and Charity Ann Baumgardner, 40, both of Rineyville. Married 20 years.

    Michael Shane Yates, 22, of Elizabethtown, and Rachel Dawn Marie Grimes, 20, of Cecilia. Married one year.

    Jason Wilson, 31, of Radcliff, and Karina Resto, 34, of Hopewell, Virginia. Married four years.

    Roderick Dale Brown, 39, of St. Petersburg, Florida, and Tamara Michele Minter Brown, 34, of Radcliff. Married three years.