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Today's Features

  • Empire Beauty School representatives presented SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program with a check in the amount of $1,533.23. The money was raised by students and staff by doing several fundraising activities. Empire Beauty School supports SpringHaven throughout the year not only with money but also with clothing, toys and other fundraising events.

  • Officer Bryce Shumate of the Radcliff Police Department, center, was the guest speaker at a recent Optimist Club of Radcliff meeting. Officer Shumate spoke to the club about Crime Stoppers, a program that encourages residents to call whenever they have information about crime in their area. He is pictured with Maxine High, left, wife of club member Martin “Buzz” High, and club president Mae Knight.

  • Core Ellen McKinley, left, first vice president and fundraiser chairman of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown, is shown plans by Diane Willis, club chairman for the fundraiser style show, which was Aug. 11 at Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown.

  • I hope you occasionally stop and offer thanks for your family, especially extended family. Mike and I just returned from a long weekend in Springfield, Ill., for the Boarman reunion. Because of health issues, I had not been there for probably six or more years.

  • American Legion Auxiliary Hardin Unit 113 Americanism Chairwoman Jerilynn Kabel presents Greg Sutton, principal at Vine Grove Elementary School, American flags for all classrooms at the school. One objective of the Americanism program is to promote proper flag etiquette and display.

  • At the Elizabethtown Lions Club June 26 installation dinner, Lion Karen Jacobs-White was recognized as the clubs Lion of the Year. This honor is bestowed by membership vote. Lion Jacobs-White was so named for her outstanding service to the club and for possessing a humanitarian heart for her community and for the mission of all Lions Clubs in 207 counties and geographical locations around the world; to be “Knights for the Blind” and visually impaired.

  • 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.

    Robert Farrow, 201 Milby St., Elizabethtown. Use: carport.

    Chris and Christy Tharpe, 614 Pike St., Elizabethtown. Use: pole barn.

    Andrew Thomas, 701 Dogwood Drive, Elizabethtown. Use: single-family dwelling.

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

    Rose Knight Gragson to Kenneth L. and Kim Bush, 241 Charlies Trace, Elizabethtown, $145,000.

    Raymond and Sue McGuffin to Debra L. Jenkins, property in Hardin County, $100,000.

    Odell and Debra A. Beauchamp to John A. and Linda R. Wright, lot 2 Derek Estates, county, $243,000.

    Estate of Consuella Hurt to Wayne and Teresia Walker, property in West Point, $55,000.

  • Hardin County Playhouse is calling on actors and actresses to help them get away with murder, so to speak.

    Auditions for “Arsenic and Old Lace” are at 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at Plum Alley Theater in the Historic State Theater Complex.

    Needed for the play are 11 men and three women of various ages. All roles are open.

    Material does not need to be prepared in advance. Those auditioning will read from the script with other actors.