Today's News

  • Wesley Hilltop Seniors go to Bardstown

    Back row from left, Gene Vance, Ray Schulton, Bill Saltsman, Iva Lee Saltsman, Olivia Kizinwicz, Donna Means, Sue Sydnor, Joyce Givan and Laura Mae Cox; second row, Earl Richard, Sally Sherwood, Carrie Logsdon, Catherine Mather, Dorothy Nunn, Virginia Nagel, Judy Sandfer, Gladys Givan, Ann Proffitt and Gertrude White; front row, George Coleman, Tina Megino, Shirley Peters, Patsy Sullivan, Lucille Harper, Roy Harper and Andy Sherwood; and seated on floor, Arnel J. Megino, director.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: Meade County (08/15)



    After graduating 13 players, Meade County girls’ soccer coach Dan Shook understands why some coaches in the 10th District might not expect much out of the Lady Waves this season.

    Shook, however, is not one of those coaches.

    “Thirteen seniors are gone. There was a concern about what kind of vacuum that would leave, but a lot of these girls have stepped up and filled spots,” Shook said. “So far, I’ve seen a lot of good things from the girls; good, positive work ethics.”

  • American Legion has statewide convention

    1 Kathryn Bookout receiving the nursing scholarship.

    2 Statewide Poppy Princess Summer Flora pictured with Jerilynn Kabel Hardin Unit 113 president.

    At the American Legion Auxiliary statewide convention held in June in Louisville, Kathryn Bookout was awarded the department’s Past Presidents Scholarship for Nursing. Summer Flora was named Statewide Poppy Princess. She will go on to compete at the National Convention in Wisconsin in August.


  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: North Hardin Christian (08/15)



    Josh Hardin was ready to give up coaching soccer after the North Hardin Christian Falcons went 3-6 last season in the Kentucky Christian Athletic Association.

    Hardin was content with stepping away from the team he’d coached for six seasons – three as a head coach – and the sport he grew up playing.

  • Like a moth to a flower

    A moth gathers nectar Sunday afternoon on black-eyed Susan blooms in a yard in Sonora.

  • Vine Grove Class of 1956 meets for lunch and fellowship

    The Vine Grove High School Class of 1956 got together at the Vine Grove Alumni Gathering for lunch and fellowship. Back row: Vonnie Gardner Keltner, Charles Borders, Joan Speers Bailey, Patsy Smith Fruchtl, Leo McMillen, Hobert Winchell and Thelma Henderson Willow; seated: Margaret Darragh Powell and Betty Rose Burch Jones. Joan Speers Bailey traveled from Hudson, Fla., Patsy Smith Fruchtl traveled from Springfield, Ill., and Margaret Darragh Powell traveled from Versailles. The class will celebrate its 55th class reunion next year.


  • Loving


    Jennifer L. Lee of Mount Washington and Mike Loving of Elizabethtown were married May 23, 2010, at The Brown-Pusey House in Elizabethtown with the Rev. Jason Hodge officiating.

    The bride is the daughter of George and Helen Lee of Brooks. She works at Seiller Waterman LLC.

    The groom is the son of Melvin and Linda Loving of Elizabethtown. He works at Publishers Printing in Lebanon Junction.

    Maid of honor was Jennifer Yankey, and bridesmaids were Tish Waters, Tammy Rhodus and Lana Loving.

  • PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: Georgetown dream has been a nightmare for area region champs (08/15)



    Getting to the state tournament recently hasn’t been an issue for area high school soccer programs. It’s sticking around that’s a problem.

    The Elizabethtown and John Hardin boys have combined for three consecutive appearances at State, while the Elizabethtown and Central Hardin girls have combined for 10 straight berths to State since 2000.

    But all of those appearances haven’t equated to much success as area teams are 2-11 in the first round and 0-2 in the quarterfinals since 2000.

  • Thank you from Lincoln Trail Ladies Golf Association
  • Radcliff Woman’s Club attends summer institute

    Anne Aubrey, left, and Pat Nuccitelli attended the Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs Expo on July 9 and 10 in Lexington.