Today's Features

  • “Les Misérables” is the 2013 fall ProAm musical presented at Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center, the center and producing partner Fort Knox Federal Credit Union announced.

    The Tony Award-winning musical will be performed Oct. 4-13 at the PAC.
    Auditions for the musical are July 15, with details available at www.thepac.net as they develop.

  • It’s been a busy year for arts and entertainment in Hardin County. From local milestones to national television broadcasts, Hardin County has provided a variety of music, theater, dance and visual art throughout 2012.

    “This year has provided so many artistic opportunities in Hardin County that we are often hard pressed to decide which to attend,” Hardin County Playhouse director Bo Cecil said. “This is a nice problem to have both for the community at large and for local artists.”

  • DIRKX. Army Specialist Kyle S Dirkx has returned to the United States after being deployed to forward operating base MasumGhar in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Dirkx is an Infantryman and fire team leader stationed at Ft Lewis, WA. He has served over 4 years in the Army, with 2 deployments to Afghanistan. He is a 2006 graduate of North Hardin High School. He is the son of Steven Dirkx and Kathryn Dirkx of Radcliff.

  • Staff Sgt. Anastacia Isaacs has been assigned to the Air Force Recruiting Office, 143 A Towne Drive in Elizabethtown.

    As a recruiter, Isaacs is responsible for recruiting qualified people for the Air Force in Green, Hardin, Grayson, Taylor, Breckinridge and Nelson counties.

  • Because of the generosity of the North Hardin Lions Club, Helping Hand of Hope was able to help many Hardin County children enjoy a merry Christmas. In addition to the club donation, members also adopted 15 angels from the tree. Pictured are Kelly Copas, Lions Club president, and Carolyn Culver of Helping Hand of Hope.

  • It might not be R2D2 or advanced cybernetics, but students in Central Hardin High School’s principles of engineering class are learning though creating their own robots.

    The class is a part of local funding provided by Project Lead the Way, a national provider of science, technology, engineering and mathematics curriculum in middle and high schools.

  • Brandon and Stephanie Waddell announce the birth of a son, Archer Keith Waddell, on Dec. 12, 2012, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds 1½ ounces and was 20½ inches long.

    Grandparents are Larry and Rhondalyn Waddell of Elizabethtown and Michael and Carole Cowan of Morganfield.

    Great-grandparents are Mary Edward Brown of Elizabethtown and Bob and Pat Cowan and Marietta Clements, all of Morganfield.

  • Willie Little was honored for his 50 years of membership and community service with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

  • Dec. 19 brought neighbors, family, coworkers and the community together at Pritchard Community Center to show support for 14-month-old Brooklyn Disselkamp. A benefit concert featuring The Brian Young Band helped raise funds for Brooklyn’s fight against Neuroblastoma cancer.

  • Boy Scouts from Troop 221 from Elizabethtown recently spread holiday cheer to local senior citizens at Atria Assisted Living in Elizabethtown. Scouts sang Christmas carols, exchanged handmade Christmas cards and played bingo with residents. Pictured are Ben Pennington, Grayson Kirkman, Keaghn Kirkman, Brayden Berving, Braxton Kirkman, Willie Lyons, Josh Gillman, Eagle Scouts Ben West, Terrance Life, Mitchell Kirkman and John Nichols. Not pictured is Everett Kirkman.