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Today's News

  • Gibson receives award

     

  • AM Rotary learns about African Safaris

    On Jan. 8, the Hardin County AM Rotary Club enjoyed a presentation on “African Safari’s”. From left are African travelers Gary and Susie Inman, Cheryl and Carl Martinez, Carl and Marie Stolzfus and club President Marty Fulkerson. To learn more about the Hardin County AM Rotary, visit their website at www.hardincountyrotary.org.

     

  • Fearing the unknown

    ELIZABETHTOWN – When Michelet Saget gets home from work he’s in the habit of flipping on CNN to see what’s happening in the world.

    That’s how he found out about the devastating earthquake in Haiti.

    Saget’s family lives there, so he was screaming when he tried to reach relatives over the telephone.

    He was able to get ahold of family in the United States and Europe, but not his mother and siblings in Haiti.

    Saget and his siblings vowed to keep trying to get through – and to let one another know if they did.

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL WRESTLING: Middle school state tourney postponed (02/07)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com CECILIA — Weather forecasts calling for 1-3 inches of snow and ice Friday night into Saturday morning postponed the Kentucky State Wrestling Association’s Middle School State Tournament on Saturday. The weather left KYSWA and Hardin County School officials scrambling Friday, when the decision to postpone the tournament was

  • Heartland Flyers donate to Warm Blessings

     

    The 2009-10 Heartland Flyers All-Star Youth Cheerleading Squad collected canned goods, hats and gloves for Warm Blessings as their Christmas gift to the community.

     

  • Chamber Presents Abc Awards

    The Elizabethtown-Hardin County Chamber of Commerce presented ABC Awards during the January Chamber Luncheon. Mike Bowers of iPay Technologies LLC presented each recipient with $50 and the award. From left, ABC sponsor Mike Bowers of iPay Technologies, Brenna Sherrill from Elizabethtown High School, Cameron Chaney from Central Hardin High School and Justin Bland from John Hardin High School. The Awards are presented in recognition of academic achievement and extracurricular activities.

     

  • Garden Club spruces up library

    The Potted Few Garden Club helps spruce up the Fort Knox Barr Library each month with a floral arrangement.  Annette Peter placed a planter there in January for Barr Library patrons to enjoy. The Garden Club is on hiatus until the March 17 meeting at Caroline Moses-Legaspi's home.  Anyone interested in joining the Club may contact Renate Gosser, 351-6433. The January planter adorns the desk of Holly Hill.

  • Rotary Club Welcomes Guest Speakers

    Guest speakers at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on Jan. 19 were Toshie Murrell, president, and Pam Featherstone, president-elect, of the Heart of Kentucky Association of Realtors. They gave a presentation on current conditions and what the future might hold for the real estate market in the Hardin County area. Pictured from left, Toshie Murrell, Rotary Club President Tim Asher and Pam Featherstone.

     

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Elizabethtown takes out its frustrations on Fort Knox (02/07)

     

  • Library receives donation from Garden Club

    The Garden Club of Elizabethtown is a contributor to work of the Hardin County Library. Rene Hutcheson, director of the Hardin County Library, recently accepted a donation from Ann Kowalkoski, president of the Garden Club.