Today's Features

  • The Elizabethtown Junior Woman’s Club’s fall activities have kept members busy. The EJWC 2nd Annual Charity Cocktail raised $1,200 to support the Addison Jo Blair Foundation and Flaget Cancer Center. Charity attendees enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, music, door prizes and mingling. The silent auction also was a big hit. Club members appreciate everyone who supported the events and for donations from local and surrounding businesses.


    The Elizabethtown Educational Foundation (EEF) is pleased to announce the EIS annual celebration to be held 7 to 10 p.m. Feb. 9 at Pritchard Community Center. The event is being billed as “The EVENT 2013 – Feel the Love,” and tickets may be purchased for $35 at any EIS school or the board of education office.

  • Elizabethtown Chapter 1050 of National Active and Retired Federal Employees recently met at Nolin RECC. 

    Guest speaker, Retired Col. Mike Weaver presented information about the World War II barracks renovation project, initiated at Fort Knox to restore one of the last original remaining barracks left standing from the WWII era.

  • Armed with a stack of books in their arms and many wearing Converse Chucks on their feet, eighth-grade students at J.T. Alton Middle School are taking a fresh approach to science and math in the Project Lead the Way Engineering Academy.

    “I love this class so much because we are able to do what we want in a unique experience because we’ve never had anything like this before,” said student Evan Borzotra.

  • On Dec. 3, the Vine Grove Woman’s Club held its annual “Breakfast with Mrs. Claus” in conjunction with Dickens of a Christmas. This is our annual fundraiser for the Vine Grove Woman’s Club scholarship fund that goes to a local student in the northern end of the county.

    The Vine Grove Woman’s Club would like to thank the city of Vine Grove, Hardin County Schools, Mayor Blake Proffitt, Magistrate Garry King, Councilwoman Kathy Cisco, Wilson Muir Bank and Linda Buchanan.

  • Have you ever had that feeling when you go to a movie that it might be a slightly environmental flick and leave feeling like you’ve been lectured?

    That’s kind of what you get with “Promised Land.” I think they really tried not to be overtly environmental and keep it in the subtext, sort of. But they didn't try hard enough. The environmental theme became the driving force of the film.

  • Last Saturday at home, as our Pomeranian Tybalt followed me down the hall, I turned to our canine companion and casually informed him I was going to shave.

    I told him this as I stepped into the upstairs bathroom with him standing in the doorway near the hallway window seat. I offhandedly told him he could jump up on the window seat and wait for me.

    It wasn’t that I thought he’d really understand a complete and specific sentence like that, but I tend to talk to Tybalt to include him.

  • The members of the Fraternal Order of Police, Bruce Tabor Memorial Lodge No. 40, would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for donations to the Shop With A Cop program, which was held Dec. 13 at Walmart in Elizabethtown. These donations provided 269 children from Hardin County with the necessary items to help make these children’s Christmas a little brighter.

  • On Nov. 13, the Goldenrod Homemakers met for the monthly meeting at the Hardin County Extension Office. The lesson was, “Travel Across the U.S. with Healthy Living.” Lesson leader was Nadine Bush.

    The club had a potluck meal with Sue Logsdon as hostess.

    The annual Christmas party was planned for Dec. 11 at First Baptist Church of Eastview with Judy Sandfer as hostess.

  • Piano students of Ann Case performed for residents of Morning View Gardens on Dec. 19. Front row seated from left, Caroline Yates, Carson Yates, Annie Yates and Ann Case. Standing, Franny Dougherty, Erin Langley, Kendra Ball, Daniel Crain and Emma Vaught.