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Today's News

  • NARFE has March meeting

  • Radcliff Optimist Club awards essay contest winners

  • Democratic Women have meeting

    More than 70 members and guests attended the recent meeting of the Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club at the Radcliff Colvin Community Center. Maria Batistoni, first vice president, introduced elected officials and others in attendance: Loretta Crady, Circuit Court clerk; Roy Easter, magistrate District I; Doug Goodman, magistrate District II; Debbie Donnelly, president Elizabethtown-HCDW Club; and Dorothy Leonard, first vice president, Elizabethtown-HCDW Club.

  • Club members celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

    The Goldenrod Homemakers Club met March 8 at the home of the newest member, Linda Skees, the March hostess. Following the regular business meeting, Judy Sandfer presented a lesson on Brain Power and discussed our memory and Alzheimer’s disease.

    President Alice Bennett gave a report on International Day on Feb. 25, that was enjoyed by all. She told about customs from Germany, Japan and Ukraine.

  • Ellie Wardrip Is Glendale Lions Club Student Of The Month

    Ellie Wardrip was the Glendale Lions Student of the Month for February.  Ellie is a sixth-grader at East Hardin Middle School and is the daughter of Andy and Cathy Wardrip of Sonora.

  • Meet the Whos, Horton and a famous cat

    A singing elephant and dancing monkey might ring-a-bell-a-phant or seem too funky, but it’s all in fun for an iconic cat, a cat in a hat, if you can imagine that.

    “Seussical, Jr.” takes children’s book characters from page to stage as members of Allegro Dance Theatre in Radcliff prepare for their performance in the upcoming musical production. The play brings to life characters and stories based on works by Theodor Seuss Geisel, who wrote under the name Dr. Seuss.

  • Sen. Parrett Welcomes Bluegrass Challenge Academy Students

    Sen. Dennis Parrett, D-Elizabethtown, welcomed members of the Bluegrass ChalleNGe Academy from Fort Knox to the floor of the Kentucky State Senate. The Bluegrass ChalleNGe Academy, changing the lives of young people since July 1999, has had more than 1,600 students graduate. The Academy is operated by the National Guard Bureau Office of Public Affairs and is a Governors Special Project under the Adjutant General.

  • Scouts Participate In Klondike Derby

    Boy Scouts of Troop 24 chartered by Longview United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown recently participated in the Klondike Derby at Harry S. Frazier Scout Reservation. Although there was no snow, the boys pulled their team-made sled through mud and muck. The patrol competed in events such as blindfolded knot tying, rifle shooting, rope lashing and other team events.

  • Aliens invade but E'town native misses the ride

    “Battle Los Angeles” hit theaters over the weekend, but unfortunately it was missing Elizabethtown native Amy Dudgeon. Her scene was cut from the final edit of the film.

    The film follows a group of Marines as they engage technically advanced alien invaders while trying to evacuate a few citizens from hostile territory in Los Angeles. Most of the film is filled with doom and gloom as the aliens seek to wipeout mankind for our resources.

    If you are thinking that sounds familiar, you’re right.

  • Rotary Club welcomes Elizabethtown Community and Technical College students

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College students Michelle Turner and Chris Duncan were guests at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting March 8.