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Today's Features

  • Member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 10281 voted to make a $500 donation to the Vine Grove Veterans Assistance Center.

    According to Ralph Martinez, center team leader, “The Vine Grove Veterans Assistance Center assists veterans, survivors and dependents applying for veterans’ benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Administration and the Department of Defense.” The team members are veterans themselves, who have prepared training materials and informational handouts and distribute them to individuals seeking help.

  • Kentucky Association of the U.S. Army President Gene Gudenkauf, third from left, presents a membership award to the leadership team of Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System, front row from left, Leslie Flechler and SueAnne Brooks and back row, Debbie Ditto, Kathie Noel, Chuck Webb, Michael Ruley, Felicia Haycraft and Sandra Ray. The award recognizes continuous 10-year membership in AUSA

  • 10th District State Sen. Dennis Parrett, NAACP President Donna Smalls and Radcliff City Council-member Stan Holmes congratulate Jeannette Stephens for receiving the Civil Rights Advocate Award at the NAACP Freedom Funds Banquet.

  • 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.

    Ivan and Katherine Goodin, 5796 Battle Training Road, Elizabethtown. Use: change of use.

    Doug Cox, lot 0 Clymene Road, county. Use: single-family dwelling.

    Harvey T. Curry, 526 Georgetown Road, Elizabethtown. Use: storage shed.

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

    R.B. Five LLC to Sumner Point Tennessee LLC, lot 43 RobinBrooke Farms Subdivision, county,  $18,970. FMV: $413,650.

    Estate of Mary Smith Collins to Anita Kinney, 144 Cecilianna Drive, Elizabethtown, $90,000.

    Mark G. and Bonnie Kay Abrahamson to Melinda and Del Bradley, 396 Bradley Trail, Elizabethtown, $14,500.

  • Artist Sandy Bailey once read a quote that said, “Everybody draws when they’re a kid, I just never stopped.”

    That sums her up pretty well, she, on one occasion, said.

    She’s been drawing faces all her life.

    Bailey, 48, has lived her entire life in Elizabethtown and her talent was pointed out to her a few times in her childhood.

  • A fundraising event Saturday at The Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown offers samples of Guatemalan food and entertainment by an award-winning contemporary barbershop chorus.

    The event kicks off at 5:30 p.m. in the First Federal Gallery with A Taste of Guatemala and is followed by a performance by Kentucky Vocal Union at 7:30 p.m.

    Money raised goes to the Living Waters Guatemala Project. Sponsored by Elizabethtown Noon Rotary Club and the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown, the project provides clean water to residents of Guatemala.

  • An event Saturday to raise awareness of the missing in Kentucky and support the dogs and owners who search for them returns for an afternoon of music at Freeman Lake Park.

    Song for the Missing Two is a benefit show for the Kentucky Bloodhound Search & Rescue Team and features a number of musical acts. The free event begins at noon and continues through 6 p.m. at the Freeman Lake bandstand.

    Scheduled to appear are Luie Brangers, Aaron Fogle, The Blue Soul Gypsys, 3 on the Floor, Tiffany Tucker, Redwood, Chaos & Reason and The Buckaroos.

  • Hardin County youth are invited to share an evening of faith and inspiration this weekend.

    Impact, a Christian concert and worship event, is at 4 p.m. Saturday at City Park North Amphitheater in Radcliff. The event was created by Carol Gillenwater Baker, worship minister and coordinator of ConnectingU2Christ Student Ministries at New River Worship Center. This year, the event’s second, youth ministers at other area churches have joined in coordinating the event and spreading the word about its mission.

  • The Swedish Nightingale, Jenny Lind, returns Saturday to the Brown-Pusey House but this time as a part of a murder mystery.

    The first time Lind visited Elizabethtown was in 1851. Documents from the Hardin County History Museum say she was under contract with P.T. Barnum to tour the United States. She performed a concert in Nashville and stopped in Elizabethtown while traveling by stagecoach on the way to Louisville. When people learned she was there they begged her to sing so she stood on the stone steps in front of the house. She sang several songs.