Today's Features

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

  • Calvary Assembly of God Pastor Jeff and Gina Schexneider and the congregation of Calvary Assembly of God in Elizabethtown recently welcomed their new Student Ministries pastors, Colton and Emily Vance.

    Pastor Colton and Emily are both graduates of Trinity Bible College in Ellendale, N.D. Mr. Vance was born and raised in North Dakota and his wife is from Ruston, La. They both come to Calvary with a strong music background and have stepped into leading the congregation in praise and worship.

  • Two local artists will be featured in “Earthwork,” a folk art exhibit that begins Saturday at Wild Earth Gallery in Elizabethtown.

    An opening night reception for the free exhibit is 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Saturday, during downtown’s Second Saturday event. The exhibit runs through Oct. 4.

    Vine Grove artist Kenneth Exler exhibits a sculptural form of wood craft known as wood intarsia. Exler creates detailed figures and scenes by carving, shaping, painting and piecing together wood.

  • If I had access to a time machine I would set the date for Monday, Aug. 4, 1958. Location: MGM Studios in Culver City, Calif. That was when the shooting began for the historic, timeless and ever classic movie, “Some Like It Hot.”

    There is director Billy Wilder always in perpetual motion, never still, pacing back and forth with the ever present cigarette perched between his thin lips. Jack Lemmon is patient, waiting for his cue. Tony Curtis is laughing about his next scene. And there is the radiant, stunning Marilyn Monroe.

  • The generation that grew up on Saturday afternoon matinees is retiring and ready to relax at the movies, but some don’t like what they see.

    Locals seniors, age 60 and older, voiced their opinion on what kind of movies Hollywood should be making for their demographic. And that demographic is large.

  • Helping Hand of Hope Executive Director David Dozer accepts a significant donation to the new building fund from Mr. & Mrs. Bob Cooper, who have pledged their continued support. The Coopers have been supporters for more than 23 years. Mr. Cooper was head of the finance committee for North Hardin Hope when it raised funds to build its existing building in Radcliff. He served on the board of directors for North Hardin Hope and remains supportive of the mission. To donate, contact David Dozer, 270-769-3092.

  • By Jordan Bramblett and Marla Stillwell


  • Judy Meyer, newly elected treasurer of the General Federation of Woman’s Clubs of Elizabethtown, works on the upcoming year’s budget. After two members passed away and three did not renew their membership for various reasons, there were six new members and the club has not only maintained its membership of 88 members, but exceeded it to 89 members.

  • The Hardin Count Fair pageants chairwoman would like to thank everyone who participated, supported and sponsored the beauty pageants. To all of the winners, we wish success at the state pageants.

    We would like to thank all of the past queens who came to help celebrate the 50th anniversary. It was a great evening.

    Thank you to Jenna Walters, state winner 2013. Great job.


    Carol Jaggers, coordinator and chairwoman, Miss Pre-teen

    Linda Thomas, chairwoman, Miss Hardin County

  • Hardin County AM Rotary Club President Daniel Tabb, right, welcomes Ed Kalmey, Rotary district governor, to the July 26 meeting.