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Today's Features

  • James and Stefanie Polin of Elizabethtown announce the birth of a daughter, Maggie Clare Polin, on Dec. 27, 2011, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces and was 19 inches long.
    She has a sister, Sally Polin.
    Maternal grandparents are Dennis and Connie Viers of Hodgenville and paternal grandparents are Joe and Margaret Polin of Elizabethtown.
    Great-grandparents are Lavern Skaggs, Geneva Viers and Helen Clark.

  • White Mills
    Kathleen Booker, 862-4922

  • Howevalley
    Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 735-7845

    There’s not much to say about the weather except it’s just normal, unpredictable Kentucky weather. I’ve heard so many say they dread the snow but according to the forecasters they think we’ll have a mild winter, but the Farmers Almanac says different.  Guess we’ll have to wait and see.

  • With an old year out and a new year in, Wesley Hilltop Seniors are ready for fun. While there are other games some of the seniors often play, the most popular game is Rook. Seated from left around the table, Joe Warren, Iva Lee Saltsman, Bill Salts-man and Shirley Curry.

  • The Radcliff Woman’s Club took part in the second annual Mayor’s Breakfast on Jan. 21 at Colvin Community Center, serving glazed doughnuts to attendees. Among those in attendance were Senator Parrett, Radcliff City Council members, Hardin County magistrates,  Lt. Imam of the Salvation Army, Jake Duvall and Mr. Duvall, the mayor’s father.
     The club took an extra step in extending their hospitality. They gave several dozen doughnuts to North Hardin Health and Rehabilitation Center, the Radcliff Fire Department and the Radcliff Police Department.

  • American Legion Post No. 148 in West Point hosted a “Wild Game Dinner” and auction Jan. 21.
    Members and guests dined on venison, quail, rabbit, squirrel and fish. The Post was honored to have two distinguished guests, Randall Fischer from Millersburg who is  a candidate for American Legion National Commander and Sidney Souse, past Department Commander for the state of Kentucky.

  • Rineyville
    Gail Pike, 737-2973

  • Seven-year-old Malaya Ignacio, daughter of Mark and Thue Ignacio of Elizabethtown, wanted just two things for Christmas. No, not toys or clothes – she wanted to help all orphans get adopted and she wanted to visit and give Christmas gifts to “all grandmas and grandpas at the nursing home.”

  • The Stitchers Quilt Guild ended a great year with their annual holiday party that included a meal and gift exchange. Then, as has become a tradition, they had a Mystery Quilt Workshop that was taught by Christina Cooper, pictured. Everyone was given fabric and cutting requirements in advance and then worked on small sections at a time. When the mystery unfolded, everyone had a beautiful scrappy star quilt, which goes with the theme of 2012 – “Year To Slash Your Stash and Scraps.” 

  • Central Hardin High School students Samantha Stevenson and Jared Cromartie were student guests at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Jan. 17.