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Today's News

  • April 30 Local History

     

  • July 5 Local History

     

  • July 1 Local History

     

  • Garden Club members tour waterfront

    A group from the Garden Club of Elizabethtown toured Louisville’s Waterfront Park on Aug. 27. Perfect weather and a newly completed statue of Abraham Lincoln made for an educational outing. The next Garden Club meeting is at 10 a.m. today, Sept. 2, at the Brown-Pusey House. The subject is gardening for birds and butterflies. The meeting is free and open to the public. For information, contact Ann at 737-2048.

  • June 28 Local History

     

    30 years ago, hundreds of Hardin Countians flocked to Panther Stadium in Elizabethtown for several nights to witness the Mid-Kentucky Crusade for Christ, headed by Bill Glass, a professional football player turned evangelist. 20 years ago, Wayne G. Overall Jr. and Mike Ianke were Hall of Fame award winners at the Elizabethtown-Hardin County Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards dinner.  

  • Elizabethtown Lions Club members welcome guest speakers

     

    On Aug. 17, the Elizabethtown Lion’s Club welcomed special guest speakers from Fort Knox, Heather Whelan with Fort Knox MWR and Spc. Skaggs with “BOSS” (Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers). Pictured are Heather Whelan, Spc. Skaggs and Lion’s Club President Brian Dennis.

  • April 18 Local History

     

  • April 15 Local History

    30 years ago, the Hardin County Education Association was again denied recognition by the Hardin County Board of Education; HCEA Representative Alice Folger had appeared before the board requesting “open, meaningful or rational communication between the teachers and the board.” 20 years ago, Vine Grove had declared April as Clean-Up Month for the town, and Mayor Richard Brandenburg was calling for stricter enforcement of city ordinances regarding property appearance and

  • Bolin-Ogden

    Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Bolin of West Liberty and Shirley Ogden of Elizabethtown announce the engagement of their children, Nateila LaShae Bolin of West Liberty, and Joseph James-Joshua Ogden of Elizabethtown.

    The bride-to-be is a 2008 graduate of Morgan County High School.

    The prospective groom is also the son of the late Jim Ogden. He attended Central Hardin High School and Somerset Utility Lineman School. He is employed by Pike’s Electric in Louisville.

  • Dance Centre hosts dance camps

    The Dance Centre of Elizabethtown held its annual summer dance camp July 12 and 13 for children ages four through six. The children danced for three hours each day and enjoyed classes in ballet, junior jazz, Celtic soft shoe and basic modern dance. During break time, each dancer worked on take-home folders that included worksheets on dance and several other arts and crafts projects. Included in the dance camp package were complimentary tickets for each dancer to attend either The Stephen Foster Story or Footloose in Bardstown.