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Today's News

  • Elizabethtown Rotary Club Members Welcome Guest Speakers

    Terri Stewart and Beth Cahaney were the guest speakers at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Jan. 18. They gave a presentation called “The Politics of Community Building,” which related to Belfast in Northern Ireland. Pictured from left, Terri Stewart, Rotarian Michael Owsley and Beth Cahaney.

  • Elizabethtown Tourism Presents Donation To Coca-Cola Club

    Elizabethtown Tourism Chairman Jim Long presents a $770.80 check to the Lees, members of the Mid-South Coca-Cola Club. The funds were used to assist in advertising for the 2010 Septemberfest event. The two-day event created an estimated economic impact of more than $25,000 for the local economy.

  • Sometimes, close counts

    TOPIC: Missed goals
    OUR VIEW: Numbers don't always tell the whole story

    We have become a society that measures success only by the numbers that are reached.
    If a basketball player does not reach his 18 points per game average and his team still wins, was his effort a failure? Many say yes. What we should be looking at are the two dives to the floor as he kept possession for his team, the way he set a pick to free up a better shot or the way he encouraged his teammates from the bench after he fouled out.

  • KaSaundra Hardin's got talent

    KaSaundra Hardin of Radcliff is about to have a chance to make her dreams come true.
    The 15-year-old John Hardin High School student is heading to Atlanta to audition for NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”
    After watching the show for a while Hardin decided to go online and find a place to audition. The closest location was Atlanta.
    “Singing has always been my passion and it’s my dream to make it big,” Hardin said.
    She leaves today for a first step toward that dream.

  • McKeever mobilized and activated

  • Johnson mobilized and activated

  • Elizabethtown Lions Club welcomes Jayne Levan

    Lion President Brian Dennis, on behalf of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, welcomed guest speaker Jayne Levan from E-Town Swim & Fitness Center. She gave an informative overview of how to get fit and stay fit; encouraging those who are not inclined to a physical exercise routing, at home or at a health facility, to at least walk regularly at a brisk pace.

  • Elizabethtown Tourism Supports Heartland Dulcimer Club Event

    Elizabethtown Tourism Chairman Jim Long presents a $885.62 check to Martha Richards, a member of the Heartland Dulcimer Club. The funds were used to assist in advertising for the Heartland Dulcimer Club’s Fall Festival that took place in November. The two-day event created an estimated economic impact of more than $8,500 for the local economy.
     

  • Goldenrod Homemakers has January meeting

    The Goldenrod Homemakers met at the Hardin County Extension Office on Jan. 18. Sue Logsdon gave the lesson on “Nuts and Seeds.” Members shared some history of past experiences.

    Charlotte Cooper was the hostess and Sue Syndor won the door prize.

    After the meeting, members gathered at Ryan’s for lunch.

    The next meeting will be Feb. 8 at the home of Sue Logsdon.

  • American Legion hosts district meeting

    American Legion Post No. 148 in West Point hosted the Fourth District Meeting on Jan. 16. The American Legion Auxiliary had representation from the following posts: Hardinsburg, Lebanon, Leitchfield, Squaresville’s, Hodgenville, West Point, Shepherdsville, Elizabethtown and Bardstown. There were a total of 33 Auxiliary members present.