Today's Features

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

    David J. Kluger and Meredith Aleandri to Andrew M. Kluger, lot 110 Raleigh Drive Duplexes, county, $71,400.07.

    Mary Jane Cox to John D. and Patricia A. Watkins, 118 Beech Court, Elizabethtown, $96,000.

    Constance H. Litzenberger Revocable Trust to John David and Lois R. Hardesty, 302 Pinecrest Drive and property on Hunter Lane, both in Elizabethtown, $280,000.

  • For the second year, the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High school presents a community pro-am drama with “Our Town.”

    The run of the play is followed by Our Copland Concert by the Heartland Winds.

    Bart Lovins, PAC director, sees the pro-am production as a great way for amateurs in the area to interact with professionals in a high-quality production.

  • Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland Volunteer of the Month, Wilma Cox, was presented a certificate by Executive Director Don Fulford.

  • Girl Scout Junior Troop 1555 members at the Girl Scout Award Ceremony on March 31. Scouts earned their Bronze Award by completing 20 hours of service. Lora Tucker, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana CEO, presented the girls with their awards.

  •  Radcliff Woman’s Club members took part in the Hosparus Tea and Auction at Severns Valley Baptist Church on March 31.

  • Diante Elcock and Kelsie Hall of Elizabethtown High School were student guests at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting April 3.

  • Guest speakers of the Radcliff Rotary Club recently were Steve and Angela Townsend of Code 3 Images LLC. They presented to the club an abbreviated version of their “Collision Course,” a crash course in safe driving featuring photos of auto wrecks in the local area. The course seeks to present the facts about auto accidents and the distractions that are the cause of most of them. The presentation is available; for information contact act@code3images.com/

  • Special guest at the February meeting of the Zonta Club of Elizabethtown was Rebecca Farris, executive director of the Community Health Clinic. She informed the club of the services offered by the clinic and offered a list of the needs of the clinic. The Community Health Clinic relies heavily on donations and volunteers. At the March meeting of the club, members brought donations for the clinic as their monthly service project.

  • First, let me say I am not from Kentucky. However, I have lived in and close to Kentucky for many years and know that basketball is very important to this state. I feel honored that I had the opportunity to observe from close distance one of the most important and fun moments for the commonwealth.

  • Red and yellow and pink and green. Purple and orange and blue. I can sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, too. Listen with your eyes and sing everything you see. I can sing a rainbow, sing a rainbow, sing along with me.