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Today's Features

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

    Dana G. and Laura L. Cooper to Gregory G. and donna M. Rovinski, 411 Canary Drive, Elizabethtown, $325,000.

    Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Deron Berthold, 513 Henry St., Elizabethtown, $27,000.

    John E. and Norma E. McGhee to Luis A. Jr. and Jennifer F. Pagan, 670 Flushing Meadow Drive, Rineyville, $183,500.

  • Hardin County Playhouse actors tell a story of scandal in a Texas town when they present “Sordid Lives,” which opens tonight.

    In the play, set in the late 1990s, scandal erupts after Peggy Ingram dies in a seedy motel room, actor Jorge Lopez said.

    As the play develops, this incident triggers a chain reaction that changes her entire family.

  • Students from James T. Alton Middle School, Fort Knox High School, North Hardin High School, John Hardin High School and Elizabethtown Independent Schools met with Sen. Dennis Parrett of Hardin County about understanding the legislative process. Also, pictured are NAACP President Marcus Ray and Radcliff City Councilman Stan Holmes.

  • Leo Hanna Moore, 17-year-old female, was named Leo of the Year by Lions Clubs International for the association’s 2011-12 fiscal year. Hanna was recognized for her accomplishments on Jan 19 at the Roy W. Caywood Sr. Leadership Conference in Louisville.

  • The Goldenrod Homemakers met for the monthly meeting Jan. 8 at the Hardin County Extension Office.

    Hostesses were Fern Grey and Angie Miller. Homemakers answered roll call to “What is the best memory of your present or past homemaker club experience? Judy Sandfer led the lesson, “Life Story: How Your History Can Help You.”

    The next meeting is in February in the fellowship hall of  First Baptist Church of Eastview. Charlotte Cooper will be the hostess and Elaine Conder will be lesson leader.

  • Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently met at Back Home restaurant. Hosted by members, Jane and Pascal Bailey, the meeting place offered the opportunity to conduct business and enjoy fellowship over lunch.

    Byrle Thomas shared a moment of inspiration reminding those attending that money, fame or accomplishments do not make people memorable to others, but rather kindness and caring attitudes make lasting impressions.

  • Boy Scout Troop 221 of Elizabethtown participated in Scout Sunday with College Heights United Methodist Church on Feb. 3. College Heights United Methodist Church serves as the charter organization for Troop 221. Scout Sunday was coordinated by Ben Pennington. Front row from left, Terrance Life, Ben Pennington, Trevor Life and Braden Berving; second row, Ben West, Grayson Kirkman, Josh Gillman, Keaghn Kirkman and Everett Kirkman; and third row, Mitchell Kirkman, Zach Sanchez, Braxton Kirkman, Andrew Sanchez.

  • The winners of the Dixon-Darnell Knight’s Templars drawing Jan. 26 at Las Margaritas Restaurant in Radcliff were from left, Caleb Ferguson, winner of the grand prize 50-inch TV; Matthew Jackson, second prize winner of $100; and Stephanie Gray, third prize winner of $50. Proceeds will benefit resources for Hardin County Schools.

  • Girl Scout Daisy Troop No. 664, put love and hard work into making Valentine’s Day cards to be distributed to local nursing homes.

  • Getting to Neverland need not be a matter of taking the “second star to the right” and going “straight out till morning,” when the Historic State Theater presents “Hook” on Friday and Saturday.

    The 1991 movie starring Dustin Hoffman in the title role and Robin Williams as Peter Pan shows at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday with a 2 p.m. Saturday matinee.