Today's News

  • Parents welcome Charlene Kay

    Chuck and Louanna Young announce the birth of a daughter, Charlene “Charli” Kay, on Nov. 3, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown. She weighed 5 pounds, 15 ounces and was 18 ½ inches long.

    She has two sisters, Raven Hinkle and Iesha Young, and two brothers, Dustin and Julian Young.

    Paternal grandparents are Dan and Twyla Young, and maternal grandmother is Vera Roach. Great-grandparents are Fred and Helen Young and Vernie and Dean Coy.

  • Sister welcomes Emma Jane

    Ella Marie Tucker announces the birth of a sister, Emma Jane Tucker, on Sept. 22, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19.25 inches long.
    Parents are Mark and Shelly Tucker of Mount Sherman.
    Maternal grandparents are Bob and Bonnie Bryan of Elizabethtown; and paternal grandparents are Betsy Tucker of Hodgenville and Delma Tucker of Cecilia.
    Great-grandparents are Jane Abell of Buffalo and Mary Bryan of Elizabethtown.

  • Knapps welcome Madeline Brooke

    James and Amanda Knapp of Elizabethtown announce the birth of a daughter, Madeline Brooke Knapp, on Oct. 22, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 9 pounds and was 21 inches long.
    Grandparents are Carla D’Alessio and Jeff and Lisa D’Alessio, all of Elizabethtown, and the late Yona Lin Knapp.
    Great-grandparents are Bessie and Jules Klein of Crestwood, John D’Alessio of Cornwall, Ontario, and MacArthur and Rita Lyons of Eastview.

  • Four generations of Workman family gather


    Recently four generations of the Workman family gathered. From left, great-grandmother, Julia Workman; grandmother, Lee Ann Thomas; 10 month old, Laila Hudspeth; and mother, Brooke Hudspeth.

  • Burnworth

    Corey Burnworth and Lana Highbaugh were married Nov. 6, 2010, on the lawn at Spalding Hall in Bardstown.
    The bride is the daughter of Donna Highbaugh of Bardstown and Lanny Highbaugh of Sonora.
    The groom is the son of Nancy Burnworth of Elizabethtown and Terry Burnworth of Eastview.
    The reception was held inside Spalding Hall.
    The Burnworth family hosted a reception for the couple on Nov. 14, 2010, at Griffin Manor Center.
    The couple reside in Bardstown.

  • Thank you from Youth Theatre of Hardin County

    The Youth Theatre of Hardin County, at this time of Thanksgiving, would like to thank the Hardin County community for the success of its 39th anniversary season. It was a fantastic summer production of “Bye Bue Birdie” and a trip for our group performance at the State Fair Coca Cola Talent Classic. This year we are planning to have Christmas in July with our 2011 summer production of “White Christmas.”

  • Thank you from NHYFL

    On behalf of the North Hardin Youth Football League, Inc., I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Board for its contribution to the success of our 2010 football season. They are: Conrad Garcia, vice president-16th year; Kim Shepherd, secretary/treasurer-fourth year plus three years as Flag and Tackle commissioner; Rhonda Smith, North Hardin Youth Cheerleader president/coach-11th year, and her coaches and cheerleaders. Also, to Dough Triplett, Fort Knox Youth Sports and Fitness.

  • Christmas in the Park begins its 20th year

    When vehicles begin to flow into Freeman Lake Park Wednesday night, one of Hardin County’s longest holiday traditions will celebrate its 20th anniversary.

    Christmas in the Park has come a long way since 1991.

    Pat Durbin, Elizabethtown's mayor at the time, saw a holiday display in Ashland while attending her son Derek’s basketball tournament with Elizabethtown High School.

    A few years later, Christmas in the Park kicked off with a modest showcase of fewer than 25 displays.

  • Cardin is guest speaker at AM Rotary meeting

    From left, Dr. Allison Cardin and club President Christy Childers.

  • Nov. 21, 2010 Editorial: Community owes Don Williams

    ISSUE: Governor's military adviser steps down
    OUR VIEW: Retired Col. Don Williams is a visionary

    The Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs’s activities and involvement has been well documented over the last couple of years. We all know that the commission led the state’s successful effort during the 2005 BRAC when every major state military installation not only survived, but actually gained missions.