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Today's News

  • MOAA holds its March meeting and welcomes speaker Harry Berry

    Meeting host Col. Jim Marini presents County Judge Executive Harry Berry the MOAA cap for providing an excellent update on the County’s latest functioning.

    MOAA holds its March meeting and welcomes speaker Harry Berry

    The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) held its monthly meeting on March 18 at the MOAA Clubhouse, Building 297, on Fort Knox.

  • Wall

     

     

    Rebekah Lynn Wiggins and John Garett Wall were married Dec. 6, 2008, at Grace Heartland Church in Elizabethtown by Pastor William Marshall of Sikeston, Mo., cousin of the groom.

    The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Wiggins of Elizabethtown and the granddaughter of Clarence Wiggins of Elizabethtown, Marilyn Tourtillot of Royal Oak, Mich., and the late Rose Wiggins and Robert Tourtillot.

  • TABB AND GRANDCHILDREN SPEND TIME AT THE HISTORY MUSEUM

     

      County Clerk Kenny Tabb enjoys a Lincoln Bicentennial story time and birthday party with his grandchildren, Riley and Reagan Reed, Tate and Harper Lewis, Julia Tabb and Asher Tabb at the Hardin County History Museum.  

  • Brother welcomes Chance

    CHANCE WILLIAM MATTHEW GRAY

     

    Isaac Gray announces the birth of a brother, Chance William Matthew Gray, on Dec. 14, 2008, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 10½ ounces and was 19.34 inches long.

    Parents are Kara and Kevin Gray of Elizabethtown.

    Maternal grandparents are Melissa and Billy Carr and Billy and Karen Keith, all of Elizabethtown. Paternal grandparents are Lisa and Roman Vidal of Buffalo and the late Kevin Gray.

     

  • Norris celebrates 87th birthday

    Helen Norris is celebrating her 87th birthday today, March 24, 2009.

    She was born March 24, 1922.

    She was married to the late Carl Norris.

    She has five children, Kenneth Smith and Elaine Sherrard, both of Cecilia, Diane Ricketts of Wylie, Texas, Kathy Norris of Elizabethtown and the late David Norris; 17 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.

     

  • Hartlages celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

    Paul J. and Mildred Boone Hartlage of Elizabethtown celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 4, 2009, with a mass in their honor at St. James Catholic Church and a family dinner.

    They were married April 11, 1959, by the Rev. Fred J. Gettelfinger at St. Catherine Church in New Haven.

    They have four children, P.J., Denis and Gary, all of Elizabethtown and Michelle Lambert of Hebron; and eight grandchildren.

     

  • Mather wins award for Top Cookie Seller of the region

    Pictured are 10-year-old Junior Girl Scout Jasmine Mather, a member of troop No. 932 and Betty Tomes with the Heartland Girl Scout Service Center.

    Mather wins award for Top Cookie Seller of the region

  • Heartland Flyers perform in national championships

     

     

    The Heartland Flyers All Star Cheer Squads participated in the US Spirit National on March 28 and 29 at Universal Studios/Island of Adventure in Orlando. The junior squad placed third out of eight teams and the senior 3 squad placed third out of five teams.

  • Child Abuse Awareness Poster contest winners named

    Winners of the Child Abuse Awareness poster contest recently were awarded. The students were recognized at  American Legion Park on April 9 during a signing by Hardin County Judge-Executive Harry Berry proclaiming April as Child Abuse Prevention month in Hardin County.

     

  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Celebration/Lottie O. Robinson Scholarship luncheon

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Celebration/Lottie O. Robinson Scholarship luncheon

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    Minister Edward Palmer, pastor of Sign of the Dove Church in Radcliff, speaks to the audience at the 18th annual luncheon in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Celebration/Lottie O. Robinson Scholarship.

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    Donna Smalls, chairperson of the Martin Luther King luncheon, holds a poster from one of the winners who participated in the contest.

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