Today's Features

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

    The Bank of New York to David B. Hughes, lot 26 Indian Hills Subdivision, Radcliff, $55,501.

    Department of Veterans Affairs to Jawania Haycraftand Heather Nagy, 83 Apollo Road, Cecilia, $112,000.

    Elbert Lee and Sylvia Fulmer Daugherty to Akhlaq and Mehreen Jahan, property in Hardin County, $100,000.

  • Hardin County Playhouse holds auditions for the musical “South Pacific” at 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.

    Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific” centers on a nurse stationed at a U.S. Naval based during World War II. She falls in love with a French plantation owner who has two children she at first struggles to accept because of their race. The musical was praised for dealing with racial prejudice and won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1950.

  • While those familiar with William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” expect swords to clash during the play, the sword fights in an upcoming production are less traditional.

    The sword fights in Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center’s production of “Macbeth” will be samurai sword fights.

  • The National FFA Organization’s creed states “I believe in leadership from ourselves and respect from others.”

    Leadership is one of the core functions of FFA and John Hardin High School’s chapter is taking leadership a step further.

    Advisor Jeremy Hall has, with the assistance of students, developed an independent leadership growth program to help students evaluate and improve their leadership skills.

  • Randall and Rebecca Loyall will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 13, in the family life center at Grace Heartland Church, 801 Pear Orchard Road in Elizabethtown.

    They were married April 13, 1963, at Three Springs Baptist Church in Hardyville.

    Mr. Loyall is the son of the late Otis and Eula Loyall and is a retired manager of Glendale Farm Service in Glendale.

  • As I type these words, I can’t believe they are true: “Jurassic Park” turns 20 this year. It’s hard to believe it’s been that long since audiences first got a glimpse of the park and a technology that shaped future films.

    In 1993, Steven Spielberg brought Michael Crichton’s book to the big screen. It became a movie as colossal as the dinosaurs it featured.

  • Wine and Canvas of Louisville is sponsoring a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Trino’s Italian Restaurant in Elizabethtown.

    During the class, painters are taught to paint “Eiffel Tower at Night.” The cost of the class is $35 and a portion of the proceeds go to Relay for Life.

    Wine and Canvas is a business that teaches mobile art classes in Louisville and surrounding areas.

  • Community is an identity that comes in various shapes and sizes.

    Recently, my life has been wrapped in various forms of community, beginning with family.

    Family is the first community you’re introduced to in life and it is true that tragedy can pull this group together more tightly than ever. Sometimes family even goes beyond bloodlines when friends become as close as your relatives.

  • Luckett Lodge No. 137, LaRue Chapter No. 110 O.E.S. and family members volunteer and pack boxes for the Senior Commodity Program at Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland. The group packed eight skids in 90 minutes, a facility record. A few members of Dixon-Darnell Commandery No. 19 Knight Templars stopped by to volunteer as well. They plan to make this a monthly event, inviting all inactive and active masons and eastern stars to participate. To sign up, call Brother Bohannon, (502) 301-9084.