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Today's Features

  • By Bonnie Jolly

    Although summer does not officially arrive until June 21, for me it begins with the roller coaster of 4-H events and activities such as District 5 qualifying horse show over Memorial Day weekend in Bowling Green, followed by 4-H summer camp June 4-7, then off to Lexington for state horse contests while my colleague, Marla Stillwell, will be at teen conference and Kentucky youth seminar.

  • ANDERSON. Army National Guard Pvt. Devan J. Anderson graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. A 2011 graduate of John Hardin High School, he is the son of Revonda Anderson of Radcliff and brother of James Hood of Lexington.

  • In a joint ceremony May 21, the U.S. Army and the City University of New York announced they have signed an agreement to re-establish a formal on-campus relationship with the Army Senior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps on the City College of New York campus.

  • 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.

    Universal Interiors, 54 Serene Oaks, county. Use: single-family dwelling.

    Rick Thomas, 377 Canary Drive, Elizabethtown. Use: pavilion.

    Gene and Freda Hogan, 415 Hogan Road, Sonora. Use: single-family dwelling.

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

    KentuckyLandHoldings of Radcliff LLC to Gordon and Bernett Board, 4055 Springfield Road, Elizabethtown, $20,000.

    George and Cynthia Gernert to Russell E. and Maxine L. Healey, lot 3 Clover Meadows Subdivision, county, $25,000.

    Tim L. and Teresa D. Aulbach to Phillips Homes LLC, lot 3 Battle Training Road, Elizabethtown, $40,000.

  • Tressa Croce Breton will leave some important graffiti behind when she and her husband leave Fort Knox.

    A professional artist by trade, Breton created the artwork for a display of the Berlin Wall for the General George Patton Museum of Leadership.

    The display consists of a representation of the wall that includes graffiti and artwork ranging from accomplished artists to everyday people, she said.

    “I wanted to show the variety of the population and represent everyone,” Breton said.

  • Laura Thurston brings her unique one-woman band to The Depot Tavern in Vine Grove at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

    Thurston is a Charleston, S.C., musician who plays a suitcase for a kick drum, a tambourine with her foot as well as a guitar and harmonica all while singing in a folk-grass sound.

    Thurston has played music since she was young and began a solo career in 2011 performing along the East Coast, according to a news release.

  • Jerry R. Taylor, R.N., has been awarded the commission of Kentucky Colonel. He was nominated by Diane Logsdon for his dedication and achievements in nursing. Taylor has been the recipient of the employee of the month, Emergency Room Nurse of the Year and Nursing Excellence awards.

    Taylor retired from Hardin Memorial Hospital in 2012 after 38 years of service.

  • Voice and piano students of Elizabethtown music teacher Mila Nikolic gave a spring recital at Plum Alley Theatre on May 16.  Back row, Nikolic, teacher and director, Kimberly Strange, piano accompanist, Alex Greer, William Wilson, Tom Durkan, Alanna Graham, Bo Cecil, lights and sound, and Josh McKain, announcer; center row, Alex Summers, Lili Morgan, Sarah Katherine Meece and Grace Greenwell; and front row, Cheyanne and Tayshawn Nickels and Josie and Jessica Smallwood. 

  • Lead by Col. Haun, Central Hardin JROTC students invested more than 100 hours to Mission Hope For Kids by doing spring cleaning for the Mission during Central Hardin Service Day on March 23. For information on the program or to volunteer, visit missionhopeforkids.org or call 765- 4673.