Today's Features

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

    Boyd Alexander to Charles L. and Dorothy M. McMillen, 135 Masters Lane, Elizabethtown, $46,000.

    Three T. Properties LLC to Latasha Manco, lot 7 Needham Springs Farm Subdivision, county, $8,000.

    W.R. Cecil Building contractors Inc. to Steven Edward II and Susan R. Phillips, 204 Duggin Switch Road, Vine Grove, $188,900.

  • Italian guitarist Beppe Gambetta will appear on stage at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.

    Gambetta has produced 11 CDs and collaborated with many top musicians. He lives in Genova, Italy, but travels to North America often and participates in many music festivals.

    His music has been performed within the historic walls of the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn., and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

  • Vine Grove resident Eric Fields Jr. wrote what he hopes will be the first of a six-book series.

    The 30-year-old works at Cardinal Health and, after a three-year process, self-published “The Peace Eden Files: House of Skeletons.”

    “I was inspired to write this book because I have always loved science fiction and supernatural stories where characters have cool abilities,” Fields said. “Once I had the idea, I just ran with it.”

  • Few words will be spoken, but the message is intended to transform lives when Enchantment Theatre Company’s production “Tales from the Arabian Nights” spins its stories tonight.

    Presented at 7 p.m. at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School, the production is not a typical play.

    For one thing, director Leslie Reidel said the production is aimed at providing audience members a “richer, deeper and more positive feeling of the people around them.”

  • Country music artist Jason Michael Carroll hits the stage Saturday at the Historic State Theater for a good cause: SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program.

    Carroll was discovered in a talent competition in 2004 and signed to a record label in 2006 with his debut album, “Waitin’ in the Country.” His hits include “Alyssa Lies,” “Livin’ Our Love Song” and “I Can Sleep when I’m Dead.”

  • Christmas isn’t over at The Salvation Army of Hardin County until we say “Thank you” to everyone for their support with the Christmas program. This year we provided toys and clothing to more than 250 children and Christmas dinners to more than 900 individuals within Hardin County. This would be impossible without the generous support of organizations and individuals giving of their time, energy and resources to make Christmas more cheerful for our less fortunate neighbors.

  • The Hardin County Republican Women’s Club was pleased with the great turnout at the Feb. 18 meeting at Stone Hearth.

  • On Feb. 22, Cub Scout Pack No. 130, chartered by Memorial United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown, returned to complete another service project for the Elizabethtown Feeding America warehouse focusing on the “Back Pack” program.

    The program provides packaged easy-to-prepare foods items over the course of weekend for at-risk youth unable to obtain resources by the National School Lunch Program during the week.

    Pack 130 broke its prior record of 672 bags by completing 864 bags filling two complete pallets in an hour and a half of service.


    Hollie Sexton and Greg Milby, WQXE morning show hosts, recently created bowls, which will be sold, along with other community leader bowls, during the Warm Blessings “Empty Bowls” Dinner and Community Leader Bowl Auction. The event is from 4 to 7 p.m. March 9, at the Warm Blessings facility, 609 E. Dixie Ave., in Elizabethtown. The auction will begin at 5 p.m. with Auctioneers Kenny Lewis and Dennis Parrett.



    The monthly meeting of Rolling Thunder Inc. Kentucky Chapter Four was held Feb. 2.

    Receiving patches were members Kathy Austin and Dan Zebrauskas. A certificate of merit was presented to Jim Bargoil in recognition of his outstanding service during the Vietnam War. This citation was among those given by the past mayor of Louisville JJ Abrams back in 2012.

    Terry Colgrove is the chapter’s new liaison officer and will keep everyone updated on Fort Knox happenings.