Today's News

  • DAV hosts wounded soldiers at annual end-of-summer picnic


    Disabled American Veterans Chapter 003 Elizabethtown hosted a group of active duty soldiers temporarily stationed at Fort Knox while they recuperate from wounds while serving in Iraq and Afganistan at the annual chapter end-of-summer picnic.

    Commander Gary Rice told the members and guests at the picnic that Chapter 003 was honored to be in the company of these brave soldiers who have so gallently served their nation in combat.


  • Zonta Club welcomes new member

    The Zonta Club of Elizabethtown recently welcomed a new member, Pam Kelley.

    There are Zonta clubs in 67 countries that partner with the United Nation to help improve the status of women and children around the world. Zonta is a service club that supports many organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, Helping Hand, SpringHaven, Hosparus, Girl Scouts, Wesley Hilltop House and others.

  • Central Kentucky Art Guild welcomes new officers

    On Oct. 19, the Central Kentucky Art Guild installed new officers. From left, Debbye Hassell, president; Rose Cooper, vice president; Rebecca Mach, secretary; and Judy Stice, continuing as treasurer. The Guild meets at 6:30 p.m. every third Monday at the Nolin RECC building on Ring Road. The purpose of the Guild is to encourage, promote and grow art in the community. The November meeting will be a potluck Thanksgiving dinner. The Guild continues to display works at the Gallery at the Hardin County Historical Museum and various business in the community. 

  • Reeds announce birth of daughter


  • Potted Few meets to “Name It, Explain It, and Exchange It”

    The October meeting of the Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club was held at the beautiful home of Jane Tabacchi. Club members were treated to a delicious brunch including traditional Halloween goodies. Guest Vicki Hypes, Kentucky State Fairgrounds horticulturist, shared many flower gardening tips with the members. The ladies participated in the program to bring plants, name and explain the origin and growing details, and then take a new plant home in exchange.

  • Williamses celebrate 60th wedding anniversary



    Norbert and Frances Williams of Sonora will celebrate their 60th anniversary with a family celebration.

    They were married Oct. 27, 1949, at the home of Brother J.M. Priddy in Bonnieville.

    They have four children, Michael, Mark, Norita and the late Martha Sue Williams; 13 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren.


  • Firefighters’ visit

    On Oct. 22, local firefighters visited Hardin County Public Library to talk about fire safety and prevention. Marsha Harris, who teaches a drop-in class for toddlers every Thursday, invited the firefighters to speak to her class. The brave men spoke to the children about how to “stop, drop and roll” and firefighting equipment. They also showed the class the inside of a fire truck. The library appreciated the fire department taking the time to visit.


  • DAV Auxiliary 156 has chili supper

    The Disabled American Veterans and Auxiliary Radcliff 156 held the annual chili supper and auction  Oct. 3. They appreciated the support of the community, along with First Federal Savings Bank, Fort Knox Credit Union, Wal-Mart, McDonalds, Steve Walton and other friends and members.

    The purpose of the organization is to advance interest and work for the betterment of all wounded, injured and disabled veterans and their families.

  • Elizabethtown couple visits with Congressman Guthrie

    U.S. Congressman Brett Guthrie, left, met with Arnold and Barbara Casey of Elizabethtown on Oct. 22. After the visit, they took a tour of the U.S. Capitol.


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