Today's News

  • Ogdens celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

    Ernest Dale and Loretta Seay Ogden of Radcliff celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 23, 2011 with a renewal of their vows and a reception at Stovall United Methodist Church.

    They were married April 25, 1961 in Jeffersonville, Ind.

    Mr. Ogden is retired from the U.S. Army and is a member of Stovall United Methodist Church.

    Mrs. Ogden is a retired bookkeeper and is a member of Stovall United Methodist Church.

  • Peters celebrate 25th wedding anniversary


    Tony K. and Shirley Peters will celebrate their 25th

    wedding anniversary on April 25, 2011.

    They were married April 25, 1986, at Yates Chapel Church.

  • Hays celebrate 35th wedding anniversary


    Larry and Rosemarie Roberts Hay of Stephensburg will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary today, April 24, 2011.

    They have three sons, Phillip, Josh and Chris Hay; and nine grandchildren.

  • Frenches celebrate 66th wedding anniversary

    Bradley and Maxine Warren French of Hodgenville will celebrate their 66th wedding anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m., May 1, 2011, at The Community Room on the square in Hodgenville.

    They were married May 7, 1945 by the Rev. L.B. Cantrell.

    Mr. French is retired from General Electric and is a member of Nolynn Baptist Church.

    Mrs. French is a homemaker and also a member of Nolynn Baptist Church.

  • Akerses celebrate 50th anniversary

    Larry and Alice Jenkins Akers of Sonora will celebrate their 50th anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m. April 30, at First Baptist Church of Sonora.

    They were married April 29, 1961, at First Baptist Church of Sonora by the Rev. Archie Allison.

    Mr. Akers is retired from Trinity Trucking, and Mrs. Akers is a homemaker. They are members of First Baptist Church of Sonora.

    They have three children, Ryan Akers and Alicia Reeves, both of Sonora, and Jay Akers of Versailles; and five grandchildren.

  • Stone Hearth hosts Pre-Derby Gala

    The Stone Hearth Restaurant located on Mulberry Street in Elizabethtown, hosted the 2nd Annual Pre-Derby Gala April 11. Pictured are models, Ashley Edlin, Leselie Ewing, Brittney Yanke, Sandy Rogers and Allison Lewis-Coffey, wearing Derby attire from Belk and hats from La Te Da Hats and Unique Items. Delicious refreshments were served and valuable door prizes given. Dr. Jamie Hargan presented a Botox demonstration. Other participants included Cindy Philpott; Rhodan and Fields, Theresa King, Mary Kay and Carol Jones.

  • Mineral Makeup opens in Towne Mall

    Recently Mineral Makeup opened in Towne Mall in Elizabethotwn. From left, Theresa Steinemann, Business Development Manager, Towne Mall; Denise French, owner of Mineral Makeup; Tee Masaniai, Property manager, Towne Mall, celebrates the opening of the new store.

  • Egg hunt outings
  • A little help for our friends

    The issue: Sister city earthquake assistance
    Our view: Time to return the favor

    Sisterhood: It’s a special bond that can’t be broken, undone or denied. Sisters laugh together, cry together, give advice to one another and share a unique, timeless friendship.

    Most of all, sisters celebrate the good times together and support each other when life is difficult.

  • Focus on finance: Is now a good time to purchase property?

    Question: Should I buy property now or wait?
    Answer: What a question! You’re a qualified buyer and you’re watching the real estate market thinking, “Prices are really coming down – I should wait to buy.”
    Shake that Magic 8 Ball again and now you’re thinking, “Interest rates are going up quickly – I should buy now.” Time to throw that Magic 8 Ball out the window and listen up: