Today's Features

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members met at the Brown-Pusey House for the regularly scheduled meeting Oct. 4.

    Several guests were welcomed with six of them becoming new club members. New club members include Dorothy Hood, Jamiee Goodman, Rosemary Peace, Sharon Post, Debbie Donnelly and Diane Nall.

    Kay Randlett from locally owned Edible Arrangements was guest speaker at the meeting. She donated two door prizes and coupons for smoothies for each person attending.

  • 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.

    Kathleen Foschino, 1190 W. Bryan Road, county. Use: accessory building.

    Dorothy Hood, 283 Rippling Creek Place, county. Use: garage.

    Anthony Hardin, 652 Spring Meadow Drive, county. Use: porch.

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

    Rosemary J. and Steve Wiseman to Beverly Bow, 217 Poplar Drive, Elizabethtown, $99,000.

    Jacqueline A. Barney to Denise G. Hester, lot 37 Nelson Place Subdivision, county, $145,000.

    U.S. Bank National Association to Vendors Village Towers LLC, property in West Point, $20,000.

    Jeffrey C. and Jennifer J. Hall to Carl D. and Tracy L. Cowles, 540 Springfield Drive, Elizabethtown, $135,000.

  • A Radcliff resident has self-published a book focusing on King David.

    Youlanda C. Washington penned “The Destiny of a Shepherd, the Dynasty of a King, Overcome by His Love,” which was published by WestBow Press.

    The work reflects the life of King David and was published in September.

    Washington travels as a missionary to other countries and serves as a speaker, teacher and minister at the City of Hope in Louisville.

  • An exhibit showcasing the work of a Louisville photographer is on display through December at Wild Earth Gallery in downtown Elizabethtown.

    Mark James is the featured artist.

    The exhibit, “90 Days in the Ruins,” focuses on industrial photography and is on display through Dec. 2.

    Wild Earth Gallery is at 110 N. Main St.

    For more information, call 502-378-2113.

  • Plum Alley Theater in Elizabethtown offers mystery, intrigue and murder this weekend as Hardin County Playhouse presents Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap.”

    Director Bo Cecil said “The Mousetrap” is the longest running play in history. There is no film version of the play so the ending is kept a secret. Traditionally, the audience is asked to keep the ending a secret when they leave the theater, he said.

  • Radcliff Rotary Club President Fran Rowling, left, welcomes Shannan Goodrich, director of the Crossway Pregnancy Resource Center in Radcliff, as guest speaker at a recent meeting. The center provides a variety of services including pregnancy testing, infant and toddler items, referrals, parenting classes, counseling and more. For information on the center, call 270-352-5007 or visit www.crosswayprc.org.