Today's Features

  • Stitchers Quilt Guild member Ruth Hayden displays one of the designs she worked on during a workshop on Trapunto quilting taught by Patty Pruitt. Trapunto is where designs are highlighted by adding more batting in those areas.

  • Emmilyn Cline (LaRue County Essay Winner), Rebecca Gary (grandmother) and Heather Hynes (teacher) gather at the March meeting of EHLRTA.

    Lincoln Trail Elementary Fifth-Grade Chorus presentsAladdin at the March meeting of EHLRTA.


    The Elizabethtown Hardin LaRue Retired Teachers Association met March 20 at Severns Valley Baptist Church. The program was a spotlight on fifth-grade students.

  • The Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met March 21 at the Brown-Pusey House in Elizabethtown.

    In celebration ofWomen’s History Month, Dr. Charlotte Beason was welcomed as the guest speaker. Beason is a graduate of Elizabethtown High School. She is a registered nurse and has a doctorate in clinical psychology and public practice from Harvard University. She was a member of the Clinton Administration’s Healthcare Reform Task Force. Currently, she chairs the board of directors of the Foundation For A Healthy Kentucky.

  • White Mills Homemakers Club members from left, Brenda Elmore, Marjorie Riggs, Bettye Mae Raymer, Donnie Miller, Olene Richardson, Lorine Horn, Jeanetta Heller, Judy Pawley, Sheri Kersey, Brooke Link (visitor), Joyce Oldham, Jane Link, Mable Honaker and Dot Graham display 23 lap blankets they made to donate to Hosparus of Central Kentucky for patients who need a little extra warmth and comfort during their illnesses.

  • Since J.R.R. Tolkien originally published the book “The Hobbit” in 1937, it has captivated readers and sent them on an adventure with 13 dwarfs, a wizard and a hobbit named Bilbo Baggins.

    The adventure unfolds live onstage this weekend at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.

    For the show’s cast and crew, bringing Middle Earth to the stage has been its own creative adventure.

  • “Divergent”
    Rated PG-13 for intense violence and action, thematic elements and some sensuality.
    Release date: March 21
    Runtime: 139 minutes
    Rating: Nothing new

    If “Twilight” and “The Hunger Games” were not enough, we now have a new film series based on teenage-themed books. The first of that film series, “Divergent,” hit theaters last week.

  • Nine members of the Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club attended the Spring Board Meeting of the Democratic Woman’s Club of Kentucky in Louisville on March 8.

    Guest speakers at the event included Congressman John Yarmuth, Lt. Governor Jerry Abramson and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer.

    The Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club meets at 6:30 p.m. the fourth Monday of each month at Colvin Community Center. The next meeting is March 24 and will consist of a political forum for county level Democratic candidates.

  • The Radcliff Woman’s Club delved into the arts culture recently, participating in the Fourth District Student Arts and Crafts Contest on March 1.

    Because of the energetic efforts of chairman Sheila Enyart, the Radcliff Woman’s Club submitted 27 entries, the most entries entered by a single club in the district which consists of Bullitt County, Campbellsville, Columbia, Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown Junior, Leitchfield and Radcliff.