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Today's News

  • Cecilia Homemakers learn “How to Hold a Knife”

     

    The Cecilia Homemakers met March 17 and had 26 in attendance at the Cecilia Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Martha Jean Owsley and Patty Helm gave the lesson of “How to Hold a Knife” and showing a video with a chef demonstrating the proper way to hold, cut and sharpen a knife.

    Hostesses of the day were: Betina Marple, Joyce Morris and Sharon Bush.

     

  • Club inducts new member

    Club inducts new member

    The Elizabethtown Lions Club recently welcomed its newest member, Travis Walline, doctor of chiropractic. Walline was sponsored by Bill Shinkle, club president. He was inducted at the March 31 Lions club meeting by Past District Governor John Zeitz.

  • Parents welcome Ali Lou Riggs

     

    Jacob and Amy Williams Riggs of Upton announce the birth of a daughter, Ali Lou Riggs, on Sept. 27, 2008, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20 ¾ inches long.

    She has a brother, Rance.

    Grandparents are Greg and Ann Riggs of Upton and Susan and Michael Williams of Sonora.

    Maternal great-grandparents are Norman and Jennie Patterson of Upton and Norbert and Frances Williams of Sonora. Paternal great-grandparents are Max and Betty Wilson and Effie Riggs, all of Upton, and the late Leon Riggs and Bert Riggs.

  • Sister and parents welcome Lillian

     

     

    Destiny, Jessica Price and Kenny Gordon, all of Elizabethtown announce the birth of Lillian Price on March 7, 2009, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces and was 18 ½ inches long.

    Grandparents are David and Pam Price of Elizabethtown and Tammy Smith of Colesburg.

    Great-grandparents are David and Zottie Price of Elizabethtown.

     

  • Optimist club of Radcliff holds annual Easter Egg Hunt

    Some of the children waiting to get their chance at hunting Easter Eggs at Duvall Ball Park in Radcliff.

    Optimist club of Radcliff holds annual Easter Egg Hunt

    The Optimist Club of Radcliff held their Annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 11. To the clubs satisfaction, the turnout was spectacular and was their best egg hunt to date. The hunt was held at Duvall Ball Park in Radcliff, with each ball field being separated by fencing, it made the environment friendlier and safer.

  • Broadwater speaks and Radcliff Woman's Club

    1 Suzanne Broadwater, left, speaker at the April meeting, poses with President Margo Kampe, center, and Education Chairman Mary Agnes Sears.

    2 Members of the Radcliff Woman’s Club pose in their Easter bonnets.

  • Elizabethtown Noon Rotary has two presentations at April meeting

     

    The Elizabethtown Noon Rotary had two featured speakers at their April 14 meeting. The first speaker was Steve Newberry, the CEO of Commonwealth Broadcasting and the Chairman of the National Association of Broadcasters. He shared with the club the many changes that have accompanied radio and television over the years and the face of broadcasting in the future. He discussed the transition to digital television and the implications for everything from TV to cell phones.

  • Community and leaders recognize Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month

    Community and leaders recognize Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month

  • Milby gives presentation on roses to Master Gardeners

     

          The Hardin County Cooperative Extension Office and the Lincoln Trail Area Master Gardeners hosted Jan Milby's presentation on roses March 29. Milby had lots of tips on selecting, planting, and maintaining different types of roses. The large crowd shared a lot of their own rose growing ideas as well.

  • Governor Beshear appoints local residents to boards