Today's Features

  • Members of Louisville, Kentucky Albert Sidney Johnston Chapter No. 120 United Daughters of the Confederacy answered questions on Confederate family heritage April 13 at Pritchard Community Center during the Ancestral Trails Historical Society’s annual book and genealogy fair as part of its April Confederate History Month observance.

  • Allegro resident Bessie G. stood in line for 2½ hours at Planet Fitness to get Peyton Siva to autograph a basketball. The basketball will be raffled off at Allegro’s upcoming Derby Dash-n-Dine, which benefits the Alzheimer’s Association.

    Bessie is a huge fan of the Cards and Siva in particular.

  • Paul and Betty Harms, left, present keys to a used Chevy Avalanche to Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland Director of Operations Charlie Edlin.

  • The Hardin County Fair will celebrate 50 years within the community this July. To mark this occasion, the Hardin County Fair Board and Pageant Committee invites all past Miss Hardin County Fair winners to be present for a special recognition during the Miss Hardin County Fair Pageant on July 8.

    If you are a previous miss winner or have contact information of a previous winner, contact Linda Thomas, 735-6054 or lmthomas60@comcast.net.

  • “In 1979, God and I got reacquainted,” Spike Latimer said.

    After that life was not the same, he said.

    “My whole life has been one incident after another of God showing up,” he said.

    A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, Latimer spent 23 years in the Army before retiring in 1995. He then worked as a defense contractor for 12 years before retiring to spend the rest of his life “praying, reading and writing,” he said.

  • Under the leadership of arts chairman Sheila Enyart, Radcliff Woman’s Club members have taken a greater interest in the Hardin County arts world.

    On April 2, Becky Brecht and Enyart attended the art exhibit in the Morrson Gallery of the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. The exhibit featured creations by students in the school’s Art 110, Drawing I, Art 210, Drawing II, and Art 113, 3-dimensional design classes.

  • James K. Biggs, commander of Dixon-Darnell Commandery No. 19, Knight Templars, P.H.A., Elizabethtown, presents a $100 check to Rodney Wilson, Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland volunteer center manager, to benefit the Feeding America BackPack Program in Hardin County. One hundred dollars feeds one child over the weekend for one year.

  • Members of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown attended the General Federation of Women’s Clubs Kentucky State Convention at The Brown Hotel in Louisville from April 10 through 13. The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown had many winning results at the convention.

    Diane Willis, 4th District Governor and member of the Elizabethtown club was named “Outstanding Governor.”

  • The Stitchers Quilt Guild offered a workshop to members, where everyone brought a jelly roll, a roll of 40 precut 2-1/2 inch fabric strips. Everyone then was given instructions and the race was on.

    Members had to sew every strip end to end to have one long 1,600 inch strip, then doubled it over, sew it together, doubled it over again, sewed it together, etc. until members had a quilt top. Members added borders, quilted and bound the quilt at home.

    The winner received another jelly roll bundle of fabric to complete another race quilt.