Today's Features

  • Marilyn Bickett, Donna Petry and Nancy Schramm represent St. Vincent de Paul in the Heart Chase at Hardin Memorial Hospital. They finished eighth out of 20 teams.

  • Brownie Girl Scout Troop 1558, third-graders from St. James Catholic Regional School, was joined by Samuel Haycraft and Gen. George Custer for a history lesson of Elizabethtown and took a mini-tour of downtown’s landmarks. 

  • Radcliff Rotary Club President Fran Rolwing, right, welcomes Rotarian Janelle Cornell, who continues the “Know your Rotarian” series using a unique Bingo approach to her life story, which has included many twists and turns. She is a mother of three, a business woman, active in her children’s’ activities, a fishing enthusiast, boater and finds time for fantasy football. Cornell is manager of Duplicator Sales and Service Inc. in Elizabethtown.

  • State Sen. Dennis Parrett, D-Elizabethtown, asks a question about the Kentucky State Police’s operating budget during the September meeting of the Interim Joint Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs and Public Protection.

  • Bridge Community in Elizabethtown hosts a concert by an award-winning singer-songwriter Friday night with a local musician opening the show.

    Mitch McVicker, who won Gospel Music Association’s Dove Award, and Elizabethtown Christian artist Luke Yates perform at 7 p.m. at the Bridge Acoustic Café. There is a $5 cover charge.

    In 1999, McVicker won the GMA Dove Award Song of the Year with the late Rich Mullins for “My Deliverer.” His latest album is “Underneath.”

  • Maybe it was a sign.

    Last weekend, as I’ve done for the past four years, I walked to downtown Elizabethtown to check out Via Colori, the street painting festival. For those who are unfamiliar with the free event, Via Colori features artists who paint or chalk their artwork onto the streets and sidewalks in and around the square.

  • Have you ever wondered who taught Bruce Lee before he became a martial arts legend? The answer is found in “The Grandmaster.”

    The film spans decades of martial artist Ip Man’s life. The story begins in the 1930s before China’s war with Japan and continues as Man travels to Hong Kong to find work as a martial arts instructor after the war. It ends as he finds a new young student, Bruce Lee.

  • On behalf of the Elizabethtown Tennis Commission and the tennis community of Elizabethtown, I would like to thank the following organizations and businesses for helping to make the EtownApartment.com Heartland ShootOuta fun and successful experience.

  • The Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club last meeting of the club year was May 6, at Nolin RECC.

    Jean Dudgeon introduced the scholarship winner, T.J. Gordon, a senior from Central Hardin High School who has maintained a 3.8 grade-point average. Club members presented him with a $500 scholarship and acknowledged T.J. is a remarkable student who exceeded expectations of the average student. T.J. Gordon thanked the club and gave a brief bio of himself, his Democratic views and plans for the future. T.J. was joined by his mother.

  • Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland made a free produce distribution at the Nelson County Fairgrounds on Sept. 9. The free food distribution was part of the Kentucky Association of Food Banks’ Farms-To-Food-Banks initiative, and has been made possible through Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland’s new mobile food pantry.