Today's News

  • Stitchers Quilt Guild holds workshop

    The Stitchers Quilt Guild had a workshop taught by local quilt instructor and member of the guild Linda Griffiths. She taught the techniques she used on her quilt “Canna Finish” that won second place at the American Quilt Society Annual show in Paducah several years ago. Griffiths also teaches other classes around Kentucky and at the Hardin County Extension Office.


  • Garden Club participates in Golden Daffodil Days

    Participating in these events were Norma Shehan, Delma Kittrell, Betty Long, Ron Kowalkoski, Rosemary Moffet-Hedges, Charlie Lanz of Let’s Spruce Up, Delores Baugh, Norman Freeman, Alice Pelkey, Rene Bauer, Helen Miller, Ann Kowalkoski and Anita Owen (not pictured).

    The Garden Club of Elizabethtown participated in the Garden Club of Kentucky’s “Golden Daffodils Days” by planting daffodils at the Arboretum at the Pritchard Community Center.

  • Local start-up sells for $300M



    One of Elizabethtown’s most successful employers and one of Greater Louisville’s fastest growing businesses has sold to a national computerized transaction processing services firm for $300 million.

    On Friday, publicly traded Jack Henry and Associates Inc. announced its plan to buy Elizabethtown-based iPay within the next month.

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  • It’s a dirty job...

    Allan Francis, Rotary assistant governor District 6710, is pictured on the far right with two Rotarians, Michael Parker, director International Service, and Charlie Fraley, past president and secretary. Seven other members of the Radcliff Rotary Club assisted in Radcliff’s Annual City Clean Up on April 17. Participating but not pictured are: Bill Dennison, president; Neil Atcher, president elect; Fran Rolwing, treasurer; Harold Brown, past president; Pam DeRoche, past treasurer; Bill Hansen, public relations; and Mayor Sheila Enyart.


  • Dugginses celebrate 68th wedding anniversary


    Robert C. and Mary Elizabeth Cardin Duggins celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary on April 7, 2010.

    They were married April 7, 1942.

    They have two children, Ann Schell and Robert Shelby Duggins, both of Louisville; two grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.


  • NARFE delegates attend conference

    1 Delegates who attended the NARFE Kentucky Federation Conference held in Erlanger on April 13-15. Personnel standing from left, Roland Dixon, Kay Bennett, Jess Figueroa, Sally Watkins and Lilo Figueroa. Seated from left, Ruth Dixon and Betty Hundley.

    2 Betty Hundley, president of the Local NARFE Chapter 1050 received an award presented by Susan Horn, Blue Cross/Blue shield representative. In attendance at the convention but not available for the photo was Richard Grindall.


  • Radcliff Woman’s Club participates in National Library Week

    Mary Daugherty, center, accepts a check from Radcliff Woman’s Club member, Florence Mason, left, and Sheila Enyart for the purchase of two children’s books.

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club participated in National Library Week, April 11-17, in two ways. One was to be present at the dedication of the Hardin County Library’s new bookmobile on April 15 and the other was to present a check for the purchase of two outstanding children’s books for the branch library.

  • GOLF: Stars come out for Legends of Kentucky Sports Golf Scramble (05/07)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com The Legends of Kentucky Sports Golf Scramble will bring together some of the greatest names in Kentucky sports history today at Elizabethtown Country Club. The list includes the likes of former University of Kentucky star Kenny “Sky” Walker, former Western Kentucky and Kentucky Colonel player Darel Carrier, and former Nort

  • Cecilia Homemakers get lesson on salads

    Above, lesson leaders for "Salads for all Occasions" for the April Cecilia Homemakers meeting were Nora Sweat, Martha Jean Owsley and JoAnn Taul. At right, the club’s guest speaker for the day was Betty Hornback, a heart transplant recipient. Representing Koda Organ Donations, she encouraged everyone to donate their organs, that someone else might live. She told of some of her experiences along the way before her operation and to recovery.