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Today's News

  • Great-grandparents welcome triplets

    Allen O. “Buddy” and Anna June Boyd, formerly of Elizabethtown, announce the birth of great-grandchildren, Luke, Hunter and Ethan Brandenberger, on Feb. 12, 2009 in Carmel, Ind.

    Parents are Ben and Alysia Brandenberger.

    They have a brother, Matthew.

    Great-great-grandparents are the late Harold “Sid” and Evelyn Boyd.

     

  • Radcliff Rotary Club hosts district speech contest

    Radcliff Rotary hosted the District 6710 Sectional Speech Contest with contestants from areas 5 and 7 competing for an opportunity to advance to the next level. First, second and third place winners received checks for $300, $150 and $100 respectively. Speaking on the theme "Make Dreams Real;" the race was very close and the judges had their work cut out for them in deciding the winners.

  • Clater visits residents of Bluegrass Assisted Living

     

    Angela Clater from CareTenders recently visited Bluegrass Assisted Living in Elizabethtown to do a special presentation on skin care for the residents. They also had an ice cream social.

     

  • Morningside Center Seniors have March luncheon

     

     

    Morningside Center Seniors attended a Luncheon on March 10. The lunch was given by Franklin Crossroads Baptist Church, who has a luncheon once a month.

     

     

  • Knox Hills Employees Receive Ky. Governor’s Safety Award at Luncheon

    Those attending the Knox Hills Ky. Gov. Safety Award Presentation Luncheon included, left to right, CSM Charles Waters, Knox Hills Director of Property Management Tom Adams, Ky. Labor Dept. Deputy Secretary Mark Brown, Knox Hills Maintenance Director Roy Botkins, Knox Hills Asset Manager Whitney Trusty, Actus Lend Lease Director of Safety Brian Peterson, Managing Director for Actus Lend Lease Dale Connor, Knox Hills Project Director Matt Wilbourn and Executive Manager of Portfolio Management at Actus Marc Sierra.

  • May 3 Marriages

    The following marriage licenses have been issued in Hardin County.

    Cassie Leigh Ketzel, 21, Elizabethtown, and Robert Paul Carden Jr., 27, Vine Grove.

    Gretchen Dawn Pilkenton, 25, and Adam Michael Freeman, 25, both of Radcliff.

    Kelly Nicole Adkins, 27, and Joshua Andrew Ebarb, 30, both of Dothan, Ala.

    Tina Marie Sartain, 34, and Jason Lee Richardson, 27, both of Street Plains, Mont.

    Danielle Lynn McGuire, 21, and Stanley Cameron Estepp, 20, both of Radcliff.

  • Parents welcome Kaylin Elizabeth

     

    Matt and Laura Benham announce the birth of a daughter, Kaylin Elizabeth Benham on Nov. 18, 2008. She weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces and was 21 ½ inches long.

    Grandparents are Anita Seymour of Garrett and the late Bud Seymour and Linda and Wesley Benham of Guston.

    Great-grandparents are Laverne Whelan of Flaherty, Bud Benham of Guston, Kay and Denver Hale of McQuady and Jimmy and Janet Arnold of Garrett.

     

  • Elizabethtown Jr. Woman’s Club has presentation from Orban

    Elizabethtown Jr. Woman’s Club has presentation from Orban

    The Elizabethtown Junior Woman’s Club recently gave back to the community. From left, are Shelley Brackett, treasurer of the club and Marcia Orban from Heartland Crisis Pregnancy Center. Orban was the guest speaker at the March meeting of the club.

     

  • Pitz returns to U.S. after deployment and Martin graduates Navy basic training.

    PITZ. Army National Guard Pvt. Matthew C. Pitz is returning to the U.S. after a deployment to the Iraqi Theater of Operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

    Pitz, a military police member with two years of military service, is normally assigned to the 223rd Military Police Company in Louisville.

    He is the son of Matthew L. Pitz of Elizabethtown.

    The private is a 2005 graduate of John Hardin High School in Elizabethtown.

  • Working toward cancer research at the St. Baldrick's event

     

    From left, Francis Simpson, Johnnie Simpson and Trixy Cranmer of Hair Tech participated last month in a St. Baldrick’s event in Louisville. The event raises money for childhood cancer research.