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Today's Features

  • Tom Hamilton, principal of Bethlehem High School in Bardstown, and Tony Cecil, a senior at the school, were guest speakers at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Feb. 22. Pictured from left,  Elizabethtown Rotary Club President Cathy Williamson, Tom Hamilton and Tony Cecil.

  • Corey Baker, rapping as CPaper Da Leprechaun, is hoping his lucky-sounding name will help him find success on the Kentucky and national hip-hop scenes.

    Baker is an Army brat, born in Fort Sill, Okla., he said, but has spent most of his life in Radcliff. His childhood days were filled with skateboarding, playing video games and colleting Pokemon and Digimon cards.

  • 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.

    Target National Bank v. Sandra M. Sallee, Johnstown Road, Elizabethtown. Claims breach of contract. Seeks judgment in the sum of $8,411.78 plus interest.

  • 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.

    Doug Cox, 21 Apollo Road, county. Use; single-family dwelling.

    Jeff and Amber Scroggs, 4 Clearfield Drive, county. Use: single-family dwelling.

    Chris Overly, 580 James Duvall Lane, Cecilia. Use: pole barn-garage.

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

    Aurora Loan Services LLC to Glen Rice, 1055 Greenway Drive, Elizabethtown, $70,000.

    Hilret and Willie J. Taylor to Thomas J. Canedy Jr., 128 Meadowlake Drive, Radcliff, $104,000.

    Taylor Kindervater Construction LLC to Thomas L. and Opal Cromwell, 312 White Oak Drive, Elizabethtown, $203,500.

    B.D.D. Developers LLC to Jeff and Amber Scroggs, lot 4 Clearfield Drive, Elizabethtown, $28,000.

  • The News-Enterprise

    Elizabethtown photographer David Toczko’s book of photography won a prestigious advertising award.

    The American Advertising Federation Tri-State Advertising and Marketing Professionals distribute the regional ADDY Awards. Toczko’s book, “Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill: 50th Anniversary of the Restoration,” received a Bronze ADDY for Collateral Material.

  • The Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club held its first meeting of the year Feb. 7 at the Nolin RECC building. President Debbie Donnelly called the meeting to order. The following dignitaries were recognized: Hardin County Clerk Kenny Tabb, Hardin County Attorney Jenny Oldham, Hardin County Jailer Danny Allen, Hardin County Magistrate Bill Wiseman, Constable Sylvester Bennett, Capt. John Ward, Former Hardin County Judge-Executive Glen Dalton, Former Sheriff Martha Thomas, Former PVA Teri Bennett and former State Policeman Corby Powers.

  • The News-Enterprise

    Italian-born guitarist Peppino D'Agostino will be featured Saturday as a part of Trinity Music Productions Guitar Masters Series 11.

    After moving to America, D'Agostino lived in California for many years and performs around the world. He’s not only a guitarist but also a composer, singer, teacher, entertainer, arranger and collaborator. He often sings in both English and Italian.

  • The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is described by the American Kennel Club as “low-set, strong, sturdily built and active, giving an impression of substance and stamina in a small space.”

    Their height is between 10 and 12 inches and they don’t have much of a tail.

    The AKC goes on to say their outlook is bold but kindly, the expression is intelligent and interested and the Corgi is never shy or vicious.

  • Civil War scholars preparing for a 150th year commemoration will speak at a University of Louisville conference on “Pathways to Freedom: Kentucky and the Civil War.”
    The public symposium is sponsored by UofL’s College of Arts and Sciences and the Arts and Culture Partnerships Initiative. The initiative is intended to bring together history, arts and cultural institutions to enhance community life.