Today's Features

  • Marilyn Ardisson from the Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club presents a bird’s nest fern to Michael Steinmacher, director of the Barr Library on Fort Knox. The Potted Few will meet at 10 a.m. today, March 20 at the Elizabethtown home of Bonnie Gunter with cohost Bonnie Lush. A “Gardening With Youth” program will be presented by Amy Aldenderfer, Hardin County extension agent from Elizabethtown. For information, call Bonnie Gunter, 769-5005.

  • Sheila Enyart, Yvonne High, Pat Nuccitelli and Becky Brecht of the Radcliff Woman’s Club attended the GFWC/Kentucky 4th District Winter Conference on Feb. 16 in Campbellsville.

    The Fourth District consists of Bullitt County, Campbellsville, Columbia, Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown Junior and Radcliff woman’s clubs.

  • Hardin County Young Farmers Association donates both time and money to Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland.

  • Many thanks to the following group of friends for donating 26 gift cards to the women and children who are victims of domestic violence, Lenora Rodgers, Rodgers Sign Service Inc., Ruth North, Lauren North, Kathy Seldomridge, Pat Nahal, Karine Compton, Donna Mojo-Reslutz, Pam Serpico, Debbie Horn, Donna Monzon, Karen Brandy, Karen Gowen and Brenda Watts.They presented the gift cards to Executive Director Tanya Thomas of SpringHaven in honor of the 26 victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy. 


    Emily Neel

    Finance and facility coordinator

  • Hardin County AM Rotary President Cindy Gibson, Bob Wade, Aaron Miller, Glen Downs, Jay Gabhart and Rick Walters at the new member induction of Aaron Miller and Glen Downs into the Hardin County AM Rotary Club on March 8.

  • Italian dishes go beyond a bowl of spaghetti and meatballs. It’s frustrating when some restaurants slap spaghetti sauce and mozzarella on a dish and call it Italian.

    While many Italian dishes have these two ingredients, they are neither a prerequisite for Italian cooking nor do the addition of these two ingredients suddenly make a recipe Italian.

    In fact, many Italian dishes use no sauce at all. Chicken saltimbocca is one of those dishes.

  • After last week’s column on Warm Blessings, I have another wonderful community outreach done by some of the employees at Fort Knox National Co. Fort Knox National Co. is an electronic bill payment company specializing in payroll deductions for both military and civilians.

    Beyond their daily work, employees at Fort Knox National Co. in Elizabethtown have harnessed their culinary skills and found a way to raise money for Hardin County’s Angel Tree program.

  • Because it is an ensemble play, “Godspell” offers opportunities for actors to develop special skills, as Central Hardin High School students discovered when they presented the play earlier this month.

    CHHS drama coach Sarah Ryan Dakin said developing improvisational skills and taking risks are among the benefits that specific production provided.

  • Nazmuk and Ruby Haque of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Dr. Nisha Haque, to Dr. John Paul Budi, son of Dennis and Dr. Jo Anne Budi of Appleton, Wisc.

    The bride-to-be is a graduate of Elizabethtown High School, the University of Louisville and the University of Pikeville – Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is a doctor.

    The prospective groom is a graduate of Kimberly High School, Lawrence University and the Des Moines University School of Osteopathic Medicine. He is a doctor.