Today's News

  • Saylor-LaFollette


    Levi William LaFollette and Jessica Sue Saylor, both of Elizabethtown, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of David Logsdon of Leitchfield and Janice Logsdon of Elizabethtown. She is a 2005 graduate of Grayson County High School and is a cashier at Dollar Tree.

    The prospective groom is the son of Terry and Sandy LaFollette of Hodgenville. He is a crew member at McDonald’s.

  • Radcliff Rotary makes donations


    Recent guests of Rotarian Pam DeRoche, right were the Rev. Alice Nichols, Sylvia Griendling and Jeff Corkran of CASA of the Heartland. The Rev. Nichols talked about the history of CASA and the advantages to children in the Family Court system of having a CASA volunteer. Sylvia Griendling talked about the training to become a volunteer advocate while Jeff Corkran provided technical support. CASA is an acronym for “Court Appointed Special Advocate.” For more information call the CASA office at 982-2272.


  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Green County gets quick revenge on Lady Hawks (02/07)


  • Jan. 31 Rineyville news


  • Wesley Hilltop Seniors have Christmas Lunch

    On Dec. 16, the Zonta Club and Arnel Megino, director of Wesley Hilltop House, prepared and served lunch for the Wesley Hilltop Seniors. Front, Arnel Megino; second row, from left, Patsy Sullivan, Lucille Harper, Naomi Romans, Catherine Mather, Shirley Peters and Judy Sandfer; third row, Distie Miller, Gertrude White, Mary Lois Smith, Dorothy Nunn, Ernest Ford, Virginia Nagel and Olivia Kizinkiewicz; fourth row, Tina Megino, Laura Mae Cox, Roy Harper and Joe Nagel.


  • Lengthy donation

    Kayla Pence of Big Clifty recently donated 12 inches of her hair to the Locks of Love Foundation.


  • Grandparents announce birth of Jaden Michael


    Chuck and Sue Fannin of Elizabethtown announce the birth of a grandson, Jaden M. Fannin, on Nov. 28, 2009, in San Antonio. He weighed 10 pounds and was 21 inches long.

    He is the son of Mike and Dawn Fannin, and he has a sister, Tara.


  • Additional thanks from Helping Hand


  • Potted Few Garden Club members provide promise of spring

    As a community care and awareness project, several members of the Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club visited North Hardin Health and Rehab Center on Jan. 12 to help several residents plant Paper Whites for their window sills.

  • Only child as caregiver

    While I don’t have firsthand knowledge of being an only child, I do have many friends who are. For whatever reason, their nuclear family includes only one child.

    As I was growing up, there were many times I wished to be the only child, to have all my parents’ attention. I especially wished it when my younger sister and I disagreed and argued. All of us with siblings have, at one time or another, probably wished to have been the only child. Of course, that was in my younger and less mature days, and now I realize how much I value having a sibling.