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Today's News

  • EPD part of Click It or Ticket campaign

    STAFF REPORT

    For the next two weeks, police in Elizabethtown will be on alert for motorists who aren’t buckled up.

    Beginning today, the Elizabethtown Police Department will join the nation-wide Click It or Ticket campaign, and officers will be strictly enforcing seat belt laws, according to an EPD news release. The campaign lasts until June 6.

    The campaign’s goal is to get more drivers and passengers to wear seat belts, which can reduce the number of injuries and deaths from traffic accidents, according to the news release.

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  • Elizabethtown Country Club holds Derby party

    1 Elizabethtown Country Club members and guests enjoyed the annual Derby party along with solo guitarist Dennis Labriola.

    2 Ladies also wore their best Derby hats for the occasion. Front row, from left; Marge Baker, Angie Skaggs, Vicki Hillman and Chrlotte Blair; and second row, Nickie Dempsey, Kelly Berry, Sandy Huddleston and Donna Patterson.

     

  • Hawkins helps Stamp Out Hunger

    Hardin County Chamber of Commerce President Rik Hawkins, left, was a guest letter carrier for the Elizabethtown Post Office’s 18th annual “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive on May 8. Hawkins joined Jackson Gillock, son of letter carrier Mike Gillock, in collecting food along their mail route. Elizabethtown letter carriers collected more than 12,000 pounds of food this year.

     

  • Two injured in motorcycle wreck

    Two people were injured Sunday in a motorcycle wreck on Ky. 144.

    Randall Hendricks, 42, and Sherra Hendricks, 49, of Hawesville, were traveling with a group of motorcycles on Ky. 144, when the group braked to turn on Flood Road, according to a news release from Kentucky State Police. Randall Hendricks braked suddenly after failing to see the group in front of him slow down, causing the motorcycle to skid and fall, throwing off both riders.

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  • Parker-Williams

     

    Sam and Melanie Parker Hibbard of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Megan Ashley Parker, to Trapper James Williams, son of Tammie and Eddie Mann of Franklin.

    The bride-to-be, a 2005 graduate of Central Hardin High School, earned a bachelor’s degree from Campbellsville University where she will continue her education to obtain a master’s degree in social sciences.

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  • Club has program on “Salads for Every Occasion”

    1 Betty McClauherty presents a lesson on Salads for Every Occasion to the Radcliff Homemakers.

    2 Lois Morrissey poses at the beautifully decorated table.

    The Radcliff Homemakers held their April meeting at Colvin Community Center. Betty McClauherty presented the lesson on Salads for Every Occasion;’ she made two of the salads that were featured for the club luncheon.

    The club took a moment to remember three members who have passed away since the beginning of the year: Ruth Jones, Rita McGar and Dorothy Stribling. They are missed by all.