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Today's Features

  • The following civil suits are filed in Hardin County Circuit Court in Elizabethtown. Et al is a Latin abbreviation meaning “and others.” Lawsuits give only one side of a disagreement and do not reflect any counterclaims and/or settlements that may have occurred since the initial suit was filed.

  • 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.

    Phyllis A. Moreman, 4 Amberwood Drive, county. Use: single-family dwelling.

    Elmer and Cassandra Ray, 2605 Battle Training Road, Elizabethtown. Use: single-wide foundation.

    Larry and Judy Bratcher, 80 Blackhills Court, Cecilia. Use: deck.

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

    Radcliff Partners I Ltd. To LC Ventures LLC, property in Hardin County, $800,000.

    Jeffrey E. and Connie L. Thompson to Chris and Bernie Barger, 603 Harvard Drive, Elizabethtown, $101,000.

    Mary Marlene Schwenker to Michael E. Coryell, property in Hardin County, $20,000.

    Curtis V. and Yvonne Marshman to Vincent A. and Cheryl L. Alonso, 90 Rembrandt Drive, Elizabethtown, $339,138.

  • Darian Ditto and Ryne Kauffeld of Elizabethtown High School were student guests of the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on Sept. 27. Pictured from left are school counselor Lisa Mudd, Darian Ditto and Ryne Kauffeld.

  • The morning commute. Some days, we might not like where we are going but we do want to get there safely. Today is the start of Drive Safely to Work Week.

    The number one cause for most crashes is being distracted. This can be by taking your eyes off the road, taking your hands off the wheel or taking your mind off of what you are doing.

  • On Sept. 15, Radcliff Police Department promoted Officer Michael Holeman to the rank of sergeant. Pictured from left, Mayor J.J. Duvall, Sgt. Holeman, Capt. William Wells and Chief Jeffrey A. Cross.

  • A days-long field trip at Lincoln Trail Elementary School made the entire state its focus.

    Fifth-grade students at Lincoln Trail in Elizabethtown traveled to various parts of the state as part of field trip that is a 37-year tradition at the school.

    The Kentucky field trip took students to Cumberland Falls, Mammoth Cave, Civil War battlefields and other locations as a way to study the history and geography of the state. It took them just across state lines, too.

  • Man. Three-year-olds. Three. Year. Olds.

    I’m guessing that anyone who has had or currently has a 3-year-old knows what I’m referring to and I can close up shop without elaborating.

    But for those of you who do not understand, let me explain.

  • The Rev. B.T. Bishop made a stop in Elizabethtown on his way from Louisville to Birmingham, Ala.

    That was 45 years ago.

    “I wasn’t planning on staying,” Bishop said.

    He had his own plans, but his calling to dedicate himself to serving the Elizabethtown community was stronger. And over the years, he witnessed that community and its opportunities grow.

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    When cowbells ring over the stadium at a Central Hardin High School football game, it means Pat Cromartie, a.k.a. No. 5’s mom, is in attendance.

    She sits at the 50-yard line to watch all the plays with other parents. And when the team does well, their section of the stands becomes a sea of high-fives and, of course, more cowbell.