Today's News

  • Hobbs–Sullivan

    Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hobbs of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Chelsea L. Hobbs, to Jeremy L. Sullivan of Munfordville, son of Greg Sullivan and Jacqueline Brescan.

    The wedding is at 7 p.m. Friday, July 29, 2011, at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church in Flaherty, followed by a reception at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Vine Grove.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

  • Parents welcome Shawn Micheal

    Samantha Despain and Eric Peacock, both of  Upton, announce the birth of a son, Shawn Micheal Peacock, on July 1, 2011, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and was 18 inches long.

    Grandparents are Cleta Perkins of Upton and Charles Despain of Mount Sherman.

    Great-grandparents are Anna Jean Perkins of Mount Sherman and the late William “Pete” Perkins.

  • Five generations gather

    Caleb Robert Masterson recently attended his first White Mills Days celebration. Pictured are grandfather Chuck Masterson, father Alan Masterson, great-great-grandmother Bernice Smith and great-grandmother Doris Masterson holding Caleb.

  • Fields to celebrate 80 th birthday

    Susan Fields will celebrate her 80 th birthday from 2 to 4 p.m. CDT July 31, 2011, at 700 Copelin Valley Road in Upton (home of Stanley and Virginia).

    Her daughters, Virginia, Jean and Catherine, invite all friends and relatives to the event. Cake and punch will be served; cards only, please.

  • Miller & Durham hold open house at new location

    Miller & Durham, Attorneys, held an open house on July 15 at their new office at 107 E. Dixie Ave. in Elizabethtown, across from the Hardin County Justice Center. Doug Miller, Wesley Durham and Matthew Durham are seeing clients at both the new office and their office at 400 W. Lincoln Trail, Radcliff.

  • Peters Named Alumnus Of The Year

    Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System announces that James “Jim” Peters is the 2011 recipient of the Alumnus Award from the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs of Western Kentucky University.

  • OneMain Financial has name change ceremony

    CitiFinancial has changed their name to OneMain Financial. The Hardin Chamber of Commerce sponsored a name change/ribbon cutting on July 13. They are located at 181 Towne Drive, Elizabethtown and can be reached at 769-1356. Present at the Ribbon Cutting were Tom Hewlett, chairman of the chamber, OneMain Financial representatives, friends and Chamber Ambassadors.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: EABC 11s go 1-2 in regional; EABC 15s still alive at State (07/24)

    The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission 11-year-old All-Stars went 1-2 on Friday and Saturday in the Cal Ripken Ohio Valley Regional tournament in Galesburg, Ill.

    Elizabethtown beat Mill Creek, Ohio, 10-4 and lost to tournament host Galesburg, 7-1 on Saturday, and fell to Newburgh, Ind., 8-4 on Friday.

    EABC moves on to the single-elimination tournament that begins today. EABC plays Homewood, Ill., at 12:30 p.m.

    n Trailing 1-0 in the third, EABC scored seven runs and took advantage of four Mill Creek errors to finish out pool play.

  • SWIMMING: Host Dolphins having solid State (07/24)

    Backed by a combined four gold medals from the duo of Manuela Sampaio and Dalton Hardesty and a strong overall meet by Emma Coakley, the host Dolphins are having a solid showing entering today’s final day of competition in the four-day Kentucky 13-and-Over Long Course State Championship at the E-town Swim & Fitness Center.

  • Bridge to somewhere

    The floor of one room of Radcliff United Methodist Church was littered with the remains of 4,200 cloth bags full of school supplies on Saturday.
    A steady flow of residents flocked to Bridging the Gap: Back to School Explosion to enjoy themselves and pick up supplies.
    The event, which was hosted by the Radcliff-North Hardin Ministerial Association, was organized this year after area faith leaders learned tight budgets would prevent some student resource centers from offering free school supplies to students in need.