Today's Features

  • Connections Church celebrated their first Sunday, Jan 5, in their new location at 301 W. Lincoln Trail Boulevard in Radcliff. Established in 2011, Connections Church is a high impact Southern Baptist Church reaching young adults. Connections is a non-traditional church with great praise and Bible centered  messages. For more information contact Dr. Jim Shaw, senior pastor, www.connectionschurchky.org.

  • Elizabethtown author Tabitha Douglas found inspiration for her novel “Master Bloodline” while asleep.

    “I had a weird dream that I thought would make a good story beginning,” she said.

    Douglas, 20, wrote down the dream and began “expanding on it,” she said.

    That was several years ago.

    “I actually started writing the book my freshman year of high school and finished it in my sophomore year,” said Douglas, a Central Hardin High School graduate.

  • A Hardin County dance studio has caught the attention of a California dancewear company, Discount Dance Supply, and is featured on the company’s Facebook page this month.

    Allegro Dance Theatre of Radcliff was selected to be the “January Spotlight” on the company’s page.

    “Our photographer, Aurora Selbe, submitted a few of her photos from our website, and we were chosen immediately for the entire month of January,” studio director Carol Zagar said.

  • Elizabethtown Community and Technical College's Morrison Gallery is featuring “Breeze from Heaven,” a charity art exhibition for Japan’s earthquake and tsunami of 2011 by Elizabethtown artist Mami Tomioka.

    The exhibit is on display from now until Feb. 7 and is her third charity event for the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

  • Jimmie Dee Kelley introduced pharmacist Jacob Walton from Kroger at Towne Mall as the guest speaker for the January meeting of Elizabethtown Hardin LaRue Retired Teachers Association. He demonstrated that local pharmacists are valuable assets in health care.

    Walton urged members to practice patient accountability by taking charge of their medicines and health by keeping a profile of personal health information updated and asking specific questions. In addition, Walton gave an informative look at how the pharmacy workflow works and reasons prescriptions can be problematic.

  • Students of Ann Case, front row from left, Harrison Callahan, Danielle Duvall, Caroline Yates, Annie Yates and AnaBeth Johnson and second row, Daniel Crain, Katherine Crain and Carson Yates performed a Christmas recital for residents of Taylor-Made Assisted Living in Elizabethtown on Dec. 19. Ann Case, second row left, also is pictured.

  • Elizabethtown Tourism Chairman Patrick Clark presents a check to Russ Gold, Bob Keats and Ed Miller with the General George Patton Museum of Leadership at the Jan. 8 ETCB board meeting. The donation of $30,000 was granted to the museum for its 9/11 display that includes the Foam 161 Fire Truck that was severely damaged during the 9/11 attacks on the Pentagon. For information on the 9/11 interactive exhibit, visit www.generalpatton.org.

  • St. James School third-graders in Troop 1558, Brianna Cetta, Grace Peak, Emma Fellows, Kate Graycarek, Jai Garris, Hailey Turiczek, RayLi Darnell and Ariyana Greenwell, participate in a local Girl Scout Lock-In to kick off the Cookie Season.

  • Cecilia Farm Service manager Greg Thomas, left, accepts a certificate of appreciation from Gerald Foley, Hardin County Animal Control supervisor, in recognition of a donation made by Cecilia Farm Service of erosion control blankets and grass seed for the recently opened Hardin County Animal Refuge Center on Peterson Drive.