Today's Features

  • Today is a first for One of Hardin County’s Finest Cooks. It is an honor to introduce a former student, Stephanie Hagar, who was nominated by her very proud grandmother, Lelia Rogers.

    Stephanie lives in Cecilia with her husband, Tim, and three sons, Derek, Devin and Cade. Stephanie calls herself a stay-at-home working mom, as she has a nail salon in her home and says it is the best of both worlds.


    Hardin County Schools is on the steps of history.

    At the announcement we made about our early college and career center two weeks ago, Kentucky’s Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson called our plan the “most dynamic educational partnership in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.”  

  • The following building permit information has been obtained from Hardin County Planning and Development Commission. The name of the applicant, applicant’s address and use of permit are listed.

    Frank Farley, lot 1 Wooldridge Ferry Road, county. Use: single-family dwelling.

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

    Rolling Fork Beagle Club Inc. to Danny D. Board, property in Hardin County, $96,000.

    Kentucky Land Holdings of Radcliff LLC to Kentucky Land Holdings of Radcliff LLC, lot 24 Windsor Forest Subdivision, county, $1. FMV: $29,700.

    Kentucky Land Holdings of Radcliff LLC to Kentucky Land Holdings of Radcliff LLC, property on Franklin Crossroads Road, county, $1. FMV: $50,800.

  • Faith Apostolic Church in Elizabethtown recently congratulated members for completing the B.R.E.A.D. (Bible Reading Enhances Any Day) Program. The program is designed to help someone to read the entire bible in one year. Their reward was a certificate, gift card and dinner at Ryan’s Steakhouse.

  • The driftwood, metals, bones and shells Willie Rascoe collects in the woods and along the lakes and rivers of western Kentucky mean more to him than their face value.

    “All these elements of life are natural God-given elements of life,” the Hopkinsville artist said.

    His work is on exhibit at Elizabethtown Community Technical College’s Morrison Gallery until Wednesday.

  • New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner will be at Barr Memorial Library at Fort Knox at noon Feb. 7.

    She will discuss and sign her newest suspense book, “Touch & Go,” which will be released next week. The plot follows a private investigator looking into the disappearance of a family. There are no witnesses, motives or ransoms to aid the investigator’s work.

    Her novels also have been adapted for television. She’s written 16 bestsellers including two series.

  • Sherry Pearl’s Color the World art exhibit opens Saturday at Wild Earth Gallery in downtown Elizabethtown.

    The exhibit showcases Pearl’s colorful pop-art style. Pearl uses bright, acrylic colors, breaking many traditional rules of art in what she calls “whimsical art.”

    This is her first local exhibit that features familiar characters in her painting Red and Wolf as well as other popular paintings such as Mother Earth, Mermaid and Blue Couch.

  • Anthony Conder, Optimist Club of Radcliff programs chairman welcomes Leslie Hall, youth service center coordinator at North Hardin High School. Hall was the guest speaker at a recent club meeting and spoke to the members about some of her duties. Her job is comprised of referring students for counseling and working with the Teens as Parents program and the Friends of Rachel Club, which promotes kindness in schools.