Today's News

  • May 21 Religion Briefs


  • Radcliff Rotary learns more about veterans

    Club Past-president Charlie Fraley spoke to the members of the Radcliff Rotary Club at the request of Rotarian Fran Rolwing. Fraley, a proud Vietnam veteran, spoke of his experiences coming home from war in the ‘60s and of the plans in the local community to sponsor a proper welcoming home celebration dedicated to the more than 14,000 Vietnam veterans in the area.

    The countywide festivities, being coordinated by the Heartland Chambers Alliance, are to occur on several days in August in conjunction with the annual Heartland Festival.

  • Myers is featured stitcher for April

    Hannah Myers shows one of the many quilts she brought to share as the featured stitcher for the month of April for the Stitchers Quilt Guild. Myers has made many quilts and won many ribbons at the Hardin County Fair and several “Best of Show” awards at the annual “Heart of Kentucky Quilt Show” that will again be this year at Pritchard Community Center on Sept. 24 and 25.


  • Garden Club Attracting Expert Speakers

    Blanche Peerce donated a door prize of a large and copious petunia-wave hanging basket. Pictured with her is Beverly Rose, Garden Club Program chair.

    Continuing the policy of featuring excellent and informative speakers, the Garden Club of Elizabethtown enjoyed speaker Blanche Peerce, owner of Peerce Farm and Green Houses in Glendale, who spoke at the May club meeting held at the Brown-Pusey House.

  • May 2, 2010, editorial: Deny, delay, retry, repeat

    It may have been fate — it sure wasn’t luck — that led Oklahoma fugitive Michael St. Clair to Bullitt and Hardin counties during a 1991 cross-country crime spree.

    The spree culminated, police and prosecutors say, when St. Clair and his partner, Dennis Reese, kidnapped and killed Francis “Frank” Brady, 55, of Bardstown.

    Reese pleaded guilty in 1994 and later testified against St. Clair.

  • Radcliff Women holds April meeting

    1 Janice Demaree with guest speaker Roger Boyd.

    2 Door prize winners were, from left, Doris Browder, Barbara Proffitt, Imogene Thompson, Billie Williams and Becky Brecht.

    The April meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club featured a lecture presented by guest speaker, Roger Boyd, director of public affairs for AAA who was introduced to us by club member Janice Demaree. He offered information regarding gas prices in today’s market, traveler services, types of membership, child car seat safety as well as other valuable tips.

  • EHS Class of ‘80 Reunion announced

    The Elizabethtown High School Class of 1980 announces a 30 year reunion celebration. Classmates are invited to gather Sept. 4 at the recently remodeled Howard Johnson (1058 N. Mulberry) in Elizabethtown. We’ll celebrate in the evening with a buffet dinner, sharing memories, dancing and fun. Additional optional activities will be added as people register.

  • Lucas


    Corey Lucas and Anna Medley were married on March 13, 2010, at Open Valley United Baptist Church by Pastor Jeff Doyle.

    After a wedding trip to Cozumel, Mexico, the couple reside in Rineyville.


  • Elizabethtown Rotary welcomes student guests

    Emily Steck and Tyler Whobrey of John Hardin High School were student guests of the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on May 11.


  • May 5, 2010 Editorial: Change of command and change of role

    A change of command ceremony later this month at Brooks Field will be like many that have preceded it in form and practice. But in reality it symbolizes a dramatic change at Fort Knox. It marks the end of more than five years of base realignment planning, organization, construction and work plus the conclusion of Fort Knox’s status as the Home of Armor. The Armor Center ceases