Today's Features

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

    Roger and Leslie Ewing to Andrew and Luz Maribel Newbrough, 2390 Locust Grove Road, Elizabethtown, $26,500.

    Estate of Anna Marie McElyea to Gerald McElyea, 115 Lavon Ave., Vine Grove, no monetary consideration. FMV: $84,900.

    Cheryl L. and Vincent Alonso to V&C Housing LLC, lot 65 Lincoln Trail Acres, Radcliff, no monetary consideration. FMV: $147,200.

  • As a certified engraver, Christopher Grunch of Rineyville has done work for the likes of Nordstrom, Macy’s, Dillard’s, Ralph Lauren and Four Roses Bourbon.

    The nature of the business, he said, requires him to be part of some special moments, such as when he engraves bottles of wine for anniversaries.

    “I’ve had people cry on me and want to hug me,” Grunch said. “That’s fine. They can hug me.”

    Sometimes, though, the special moments are unexpected.

  • The Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown shows two Christmas classics as families prepare to celebrate.

    “Miracle on 34th Street” (1947) shows at 7 p.m. tonight. This popular holiday movie features a mysterious old man who appears during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and claims to be Santa Claus. A young girl, and most of the city, struggles to decide if they believe him. 

    Maureen O’Hara, John Payne, Edmund Gwenn and a young Natalie Wood star in this classic.

  • Piano students of Sheila Jolly gave a Christmas concert at Allegro Assisted Living on Dec. 16. From left, Braden McPeek, Madison McPeek, John Thomson, Hunter McPeek, Ashton Bailey, Katelynn Leonard and Elizabeth Thomson.

  • On Dec. 15, 25 Shriners dawned their fezzes and stood in the foyer of Kohl’s Department Store awaiting the arrival of middle school children in need from Hardin County Schools.

    Eighteen children from Hardin County Schools were guided through the aisles choosing items from the shelves and placing them in the push carts while Shriners and their wives from the RIASOK Shrine Club of Elizabethtown looked on with joy in their eyes and hearts.

  • The Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club held its last meeting of 2012 on Dec. 3. President Debbie Donnelly recognized elected officials and dignitaries in attendance. Donnelly gave the devotion on “The Candy Cane”. Magistrate Roy Easter gave the prayer and blessing of the food. Everyone enjoyed the holiday dinner prepared by Mona Stiles.  

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club Dec. 10 meeting was held at Colvin Community Center.

    After a meal catered by Michael’s Italian restaurant, the meeting began with members approving the changes in the constitution and by-laws as presented to club members at the November meeting.

  • The GFWC Kentucky Radcliff Woman’s Club and the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown joined together Dec. 18 to donate Christmas stockings for children residing at SpringHaven to give to their mothers for Christmas. Josette Roush, Radcliff Club, brought handmade stockings, while Marie Deaton and President Betty Sue French of the Elizbabethtown Club, filled the stockings with gifts. Shelia Enyart, newly installed president-elect of the Radcliff Club assisted with this event.

  • Women with a Purpose members, Regina Ricks, Dani Lee, Kim Brown, Portia Petties, Jannie Simmons, Marie Parker, Rosetta Williams, Georgia Briggs and Yvonne Grimes, spread Christmas cheer by visiting Elizabethtown Nursing and Rehab Center in Elizabethtown on Dec. 15. The group participated in Christmas services with residents and then distributed warm socks and footies to the residents. The event was coordinated by Yvonne Grimes and Maria Parker. Present, but not pictured is Gloria Fites.