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Today's News

  • Hollenbach named Peoples Choice at CKAG exhibit

    Martha J. “Marty” Hollenbach was voted “People’s Choice” at the Small Treasures exhibit, Heartland Regional Art Show held in September.

    The Regional show is a show held every two years by the Central Kentucky Art Guild for CKAG members and non members.

    This year the works were displayed at Woodland Gallery, 2410 Ring Rd Suite 300, in Elizabethtown.

    Hollenbach’s watercolor painting titled “Precious Things” was showcasing those things.

  • Sheeran named Elizabethtown Lions Student of the Month

    The Elizabethtown Lion’s Club welcomed the November Central Hardin High School Student of the month, Taylor Sheeran. Taylor ranks fifth in his class of 450 with an unweighted GPA of 4.0 and is a Bruin Scholar and a National Merit Commended Scholar.

  • Dozer is guest speaker at Elizabethtown Rotary Club

    David Dozer, director of Helping Hand was the guest speaker at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on Dec. 7. He gave an update on the services they offer and their plans for Christmas donations for 600 children.

  • Allegro Dance performs at Christmas in the Park

    The Allegro Dance Theatre Musical Theatre Ensemble under the direction of Carol E. Zagar and Eric Pope were invited to be the featured entertainment for the opening of Christmas in the Park. They performed the group’s Christmas production of North Pole Musical.

  • Hardin County Goat Producers hold Goat Show

    In September, Hardin County Goat Producers, along with Martin Meadow Farm, C&E Farm, Stuecker Farms and Nick Stuecker, hosted the first 4-H Participant Goat Show. Jackpot prize money awarded for showmanship and the overall weather went to Trenton Thomas, weather first; Ashton Hilton, weather second; Ashton Hilton, first showmanship; Trenton Thomas, second showmanship; and Cory Hilton, third showmanship.

    Guest participants were MacKensie, Keaton and Konner Walters and Brody Johnson.

  • Legion Riders raise funds for Toys for Tots

    Trish Richmond, director of the Hadin Post 113 American Legion Riders (ALR), presents a check to a United States Marine representing the 13th Annual Hardin County Toys for Tots Benefit Ride on Nov. 21. This charitable donation was just one of many made possible by the proceeds of the ALR’s annual Jackpot Poker Run.

  • Gen. Ben Hardin Helm Camp dedicates markers

    Pictured are members of the Gen. Ben Hardin Helm Camp attending the ceremony; from left, Tim Walker, Mike Sisk, Donald Stoval, Lester Crosswhite, Joey Oller, Geoff Walden Steve Walton, Tim Bowman, Clinton Williams, Henry Williams, John R. Clark and Steve Lindsay.

  • Johnsons celebrate 40th wedding anniversary

    Lewis Dale and Vanessa Dale Cundiff Johnson of Big Clifty celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Dec. 4, 2010.

    They were married Dec. 4, 1970.

    Mr. Johnson is retired.

    Mrs. Johnson is employed at Lakewood Elementary School.

    They have four children, Anissa of Hardin County, Teresa and Amanda, both of Grayson County, and Joseph of Louisville; and seven grandchildren.

  • Parents welcome Breanna Reese Barner

    Bryan and Sabrina Barner of Hodgenville announce the birth of a daughter, Breanna Reese Barner, on Nov. 19, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 15.5 ounces and was 18.5 inches long.

    Maternal grandparents are Gail Logsdon of Big Clifty and the late Leonard Logsdon; and paternal grandparents are Kathy and Mike White of Rineyville and Mike Barner of Elizabethtown.

    Great-grandparents are Deloris Hodge and the late Wavely Hodge and Evelyn Barner and the late Kenneth Barner.

  • Sen. Tori has served us well

    The topic: Sen. Elizabeth Tori Our view: She served us well

    Elizabeth Tori is in her final days as a Kentucky state senator and too often the value of those who serve in political office are overlooked.
    Tori  has served the 10th District well over the years. The Radcliff Republican  spent 16 years in the Kentucky State Senate and made a difference in Hardin County.