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Today's News

  • Mother announces birth of Naomee

    Tiah Simmons of Brandenburg announces the birth of a daughter, Naomee Sershon, on Dec. 30, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and was 19 inches long. Father is Joey Sershon of Brandenburg.

    Grandparents are Adam Simmons and Angie Spangler of Brandenburg, Paula Deetz of Elizabethtown and Joseph Sershon of Des Plaines, Ill.

    Great-grandparents are Bobby and Sharon Simmons and David and Roberta Bennett, all of Brandenburg, Lynard and Sharon Eldridge and Paul and Brenda Eldridge.

  • Brother announces birth of Caleb Joseph Hoffie

    Shayne Aaron Hoffie announces the birth of his brother, Caleb Joseph Hoffie, on Dec. 16, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. Caleb weighed 7 pounds and was 19 inches long.
    Parents are Jerome and Carla Hoffie of Magnolia.
    Maternal grandparents are Joe and Glenda Dohn and paternal grandparents are Bob and Patty Hoffie.
    Maternal great-grandparents are Dixie Pearman and the late John “J.T.” Pearman and Fred and Nan Dohn. Paternal great-grandparents are Ken and Betty Hoffie and the late Elaine Linstead Hoffie and the late Gervis and Cora Keel.

  • Thanks from the American Red Cross


    The American Red Cross thanks the Heart of Kentucky men’s Chorus for its generous donation to the Disaster Services Program at the Hardin/LaRue Service Center. Their “Rock N Roll” Christmas 2010 show contribution will benefit many in need in our community.
    The concert, held Dec. 10, at Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown was thoroughly enjoyable and uplifting. Our thanks to all involved including co-sponsor Knight’s Mechanical, and special guests Max Q, acoUstiKats and the Heartland Fillies.

  • Piano students perform at Taylor-Made


    Students of Ann Case performed a Christmas piano recital for the residents of Taylor-Made Assisted Living on Dec. 17. From left, Jacob Bryan, Ann Elizabeth Bell, Rachel Ball, Kendra Ball, Kyle Gordon, Ethan Brown and Ann Case.
     

  • Case students perform at Morning View Gardens


    Students of Ann Case performed a Christmas recital for residents of Morning View Gardens on Dec. 18. From left, front row, Adam Thomas, Mary Kate Godfrey, Sarah Jiranek and Elizabeth Godfrey; second row, Jeannette Oropilla, Gabrielle Oropilla, Rachel Boswell, Anna Hodges, Erin Langley and Ann Case.
     

  • Tori honored at Republican Women’s Club


    At the November meeting of the Hardin County Republican Women’s Club, President Laura LaRue announced the renaming of the Hardin County Republican Women’s Club scholarship to the Elizabeth Tori Scholarship in honor of Tori’s 16 years of service as state senator. Pictured are Jeff Farmer, Elizabeth Tori and Laura LaRue.
     

  • NARFE has January meeting


    The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Chapter 1050 met for their January business meeting. The guest speaker was Carol Baldwin who shared general information about Medicare policies and benefits.
    The next meeting is at 11 a.m., Feb. 7 at the Nolin RECC Building on Ring Road in Elizabethtown. This will be pot luck month, so anyone who attends should bring luncheon food as well as desserts.

  • AM Rotary hosts musical guests


    On Dec. 17 the Hardin County AM Rotary Club welcomed Matt and Joanna Black as featured speakers. Matt and Joanna performed songs from their CD “Antiques” as well as a Christmas devotional for club members.
    To learn more about Matt and Joanna Black and their music visit www.mattandjoannablack.com.
     

  • Silent From the Struggle but not in their work

    FOR MORE: To learn more about Silent From the Struggle and listen to samples of their music, find them on www.facebook.com and at www.reverbnation.com/silentfromthestruggle.

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA
    rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    Local rock and metal band Silent From the Struggle is not another in a long string of transitory musical groups for vocalist Chris Morehouse.

    In fact, it is his first band. Morehouse has been singing for about only two years.

  • Fighting the flu

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com
    Hardin County’s flu outbreak reported in early December appears to be under control.
    The Lincoln Trail District Health Department is not receiving reports of increased influenza activity from local health care providers, Regional Epidemiologist Karen Card said. The outbreak affected mostly youths.
    As for the local reduction of elevated flu rates, Card credited school-based vaccination clinics, which inoculated thousands of people last month, and a winter break from classes.