Today's News

  • Noon Rotary has January meeting


      The speaker at the Jan. 6 Noon Rotary Club meeting was Dan Kenny from the Kentucky Equine Education Project. Kenny pointed out that horses are the number one cash crop in the state and have a $4 billion economic impact in the state. There are app. 320,000 horses in the state. The purpose of the project is to unite the horse industry and effect legislative changes to benefit the industry.

  • Republican Womans Club installs new officers

    The Hardin County Republican Women’s Club new officers for 2009-10 were installed on Jan. 20. The installation ceremony was performed by former Congressman Ron Lewis. The club’s

    Next meeting is Feb. 17 at The Mulberry. For more information call Debbie Sullivan, 369-6341.


  • Radcliff Homemakers hold December meeting

    Back row, Waleska Westerman, Renie Bieber, Sue Campbell, Liz Kimble, Lottie Chatoney, Betty McClaugherty and Ramona Lovall; front row, Lois Morrissey, Aretha Hunt, Elfriede Latendresse and Margaret Page.

  • Youth Theatre to celebrate 70th anniversary of “The Wizard of Oz”


  • Military Briefs

    BELL. Air Force Lt. Col. Wayne E. Bell has returned to the Global Positioning Systems Wing, Los Angeles Air Force Base, El Segundo, Calif., after being deployed overseas in support of Operation Enduring Freedoom. Bell is a system integration chief with 20 years of military service. He is the son of Burtis and Marjorie Bell of Radcliff. His wife, Donna, is the daughter of Arvie G. Young of Northridge, Denton, Texas.

  • Burzlaff-Bostic

    Mr. and Mrs. Steven Burzlaff of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mary Caroline Burzlaff, to David Michael Bostic, son of Rev. and Mrs. Raliegh Bostic of Cecilia.

    The wedding is January 10, 2009, at First Church of the Nazarene in Elizabethtown. A reception will follow at  Brown-Pusey House.

  • Sister welcomes Carter William


    Sister welcomes Carter William

    Abigale Faith Heinz announces the birth of a brother, Carter William Heinz on Nov. 28, 2008, at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville. He weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Parents are Bill and Dawn Heinz of Louisville.

    Grandparents are Douglas and Janet Gebler of Elizabethtown.


  • Goldenrod Homemakers have January meeting


  • Radford named State Chess Champion

    Darren Radford, a member of the E-town Chess Club, became the Kentucky “Class B” Chess Champion of 2009 at the Kentucky Class Championships Tournament, held in Louisville on Jan. 17. Radford went undefeated scoring three wins and two draws in the five round “swiss format” event. Radford joined the E-town Chess Club last year after immigrating to Kentucky from his native England. Radford and his wife Sasha reside in Elizabethtown.


  • Armstrong graduates basic military training

    ARMSTRONG. Army Pvt. Charles T. Armstrong has graduated from Basic Combat training at Fort Sill in Lawton, Okla.

    He is the son of Chad Armstrong of Vine Grove and Kay Dawson of Panama City Beach, Fla.

    Armstrong graduated in 2006 from Meade County High School in Brandenburg.