Today's News

  • Potted Few Club members get lawn care lesson


    At the March meeting of the Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club, members gathered at the home of Caroline Moses-Legaspi to learn about lawn creation and care. Guest speaker Jimmy Jenkins from Highland Sod farms in Elizabethtown presented a briefing on how to plant, nurture and care for lawns. He shared a lawn care calendar that highlighted the months of the year in which to take care of soil conditions, seeding, fertilization, insect, crabgrass and weed control, lawn diseases, mowing and watering.

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  • Hardin County rotary clubs celebrate

    Pictured is Allan Francis with Tim Asher, Elizabethtown Rotary Club President. Francis, assistant governor Rotary District 6710, was on hand at the recent 75th Anniversary Celebration of the Elizabethtown Noon Rotary. He Francis delivered an update on the Radcliff Rotary Club to the assembly giving gratitude for the Elizabethtown club who provided Radcliff with its charter in 1975.


  • McKinley earns Silver Beaver award


    Dr. Russell McKinley, a local physician from Elizabethtown, has been named a Silver Beaver in the Lincoln Heritage Council, Boy Scouts of America. The Silver Beaver is the highest adult recognition given at the Council Level.

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  • Club has program on Hardin County History Museum

    From left, Deborah Jones, Kenny Tabb and “Gen. George Custer.”

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown held their March meeting at the Brown-Pusey House with President Diane Willis presiding. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Betty Sue French, chairman of Public Affairs-Citizenship. A devotional poem, “What’s in Your Dash,” was read by Jean Freeman. Jeanne Smith read the minutes from the February meeting, and Phyllis Brandenburg gave the treasurer’s report.

  • Pace graduates from basic military training


    PACE. Airman William Brennan Pace, son of Mark and Terese Pace of Elizabethtown, graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio on Jan. 8.

    He is a graduate of Victory Academy, a private home school. He is completing his technical training at Lackland Air Force Base.


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  • North Hardin HOPE donates food

    David Dozer, executive director of North Hardin HOPE recently presented a food gift box to Julie Sullivan of Radcliff. The gift box was donated by Hardin County Farm Bureau.


  • Burns-Lewis


    Miranda Rae Burns and Michael Ray Lewis, both of Lexington, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Larry and Connie Goodman of Eastview and the late William R. Burns. She is a 1994 graduate of Central Hardin High School and a 200 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. She is employed with Zales, Inc.