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Today's News

  • Garden Club Presidential Transfer

    Garden Club Presidential Transfer

    Past-President of the Garden Club of Elizabethtown Joyce Effinger, recently pinned the Presidential Pin on Ann Kowalkoski, the incoming President of the Garden Club of Elizabethtown.

     

  • Clark named Elizabethtown Lions Club CHHS Student of the Month

    Elizabethtown Lions Club’s Central Hardin High School Student of the Month, Samantha Clark, was introduced to the club by Lion Jim Weise at their Feb. 24 meeting. She holds a 4.0 GPA and her school activities include Y-Club, Drama and National Honor Society. Her community activities include dance, Ballet, Tap, Jazz and Modern. She has been active in YMCA. Her future plans are to attend Bellarmine University, studying Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with the goal of earning a degree in Pharmacy.

     

  • Women With A Purpose conduct fashion show

    Women With A Purpose presented its Ninth annual spring fashion show on March 21 at the New Hope Multipurpose Building. The fashions and decorations reflected the season. BG and Me modeled high fashions for spring and summer. Lunch was catered by Back Home. Venders displayed spring and summer fashions and wares. Funds raised will be used to fund two annual scholarships; $500 each; Relay for Life, Project Graduation, packages for troops and other charitable donations

     

  • Millers celebrate 60th anniversary

     

  • McClure-Morris

    DALE MORRIS AND CATHY MCCLURE

    McClure-Morris

    Cathy McClure and Dale Morris, both of Hodgenville, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of the late Kenneth and Rosemary Crady and is the mother of Nathan McClure.

    The prospective groom is the son of Bernice Morris and the late Ray Morris. He is the father of Josh Morris and Taylor Judd.

  • Ink Solutions joins BBB

    Cathy Williamson, Branch Manager for the Better Business Bureau presents an Accreditation plaque to Doug Grinnell of Ink Solution. Ink Solution recently qualified to be an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. For more information about the Better Business Bureau and accreditation qualifications, visit their web page at www.bb.org or contact the BBB at 982-1289.

  • NAACP celebrates 100 years

    NAACP celebrates 100 years

    Members of the Hardin County Branch NAACP participated in the NAACP’s 100th year celebration recently.

    1 and 2 Allan D. Francis, president of the Hardin County Branch of the NAACP, stands with Joe Williams who is wearing a Civil War uniform. They are both holding swords, preparing to cut the NAACP 100th year celebration cake.

     3 Radcliff Mayor Sheila Enyart speaks with Col. Davidson while many other Hardin County residents “meet and greet” and the reception.

     

  • April 26 Pets of the Week

    Pet of the Week This 2-year-old male Coonhound named “Rocky” and this 2-year-old male Jack Russell named “Jasper” are in need of loving homes. If you are interested in adopting them contact the Hardin County Animal Control at (270) 769-3428 or visit them at 116 Nicholas St. in Elizabethtown. Visit www.hcky.org/animalcontrol.asp for more information. All dog ado

  • Five generations of the Reesor family gather

    Recently five generations of the Reesor family gathered. Pictured are Pauline Reesor, Jim Reesor, Tammy Davidson, Carrie Marcus and Zachary Marcus.

     

  • Greenspace hike canceled due to rain but bird calls abounded

    Recently, rains cancelled the Greenspace Outdoor Bird Talk at Freeman Lake. However, Event Leader, Dr. Tony Smith, with good humor, played a few warbler bird calls for Christa Theriot and Janet and Doug Gebler, on his IPhone.

    The next Greenspace hike is at 2 p.m., May 10 at the Pirtle Trail trailhead entitled “Wildflowers and Critters”. The popular nature lecturer/entertainer, Jeff Hohman, and one of Kentucky’s premier botanists, Julian Campbell, will be the event co-leaders. For more information contact Judy at 737-8829.