Today's News

  • Thank you from the National Breast Cancer Foundation

    Chelsea Hancock and all who were involved with The National Breast Cancer Foundation Fundraiser held on July 25, 2009, would like to thank all the area business’s who supported us with donations for our auction and food donations for our luncheon. We would also like to thank everyone else who donated funds or their time to help with this event. Thanks to everyone’s generous support Chelsea raised over $3,100 for the NBCF. A special thanks to New Hope Community Church, Pastor Herb Williams, and it’s ministries for supporting this cause.

  • Heartland Coalition of Military Veterans elects officers

    The Heartland Coalition of Military Veterans, composed of members from various veteran service and fraternal organizations in Hardin County, elected new officers at its July meeting at American Legion Post 113 in Elizabethtown.

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  • Sergeant Audie Murphy Club helps out Habitat for Humanity


    The Sergeant Audie Murphy Club from Fort Knox installed drywall on Aug. 4, for the current Habitat for Humanity house under construction at 311 Jennie Lane in Elizabethtown. The club had two teams come out to work that day with a total of around 20 soldiers.


  • Russell


    Lauren Barren and Matthew Russell, both of Elizabethtown were married by Erdie Carter on June 20, 2009, at the Elizabethtown Country Club.

    The bride is the daughter of Tammy and Jonathan Bryan of Elizabethtown and Jason and Teresa Barren of Vine Grove.

    The groom is the son of Lawrence and Cindy Russell of Elizabethtown.

    The bride was given in marriage by Jason Barren and Jonathan Bryan.

    Maid of honor was Autumn Bryan; bridesmaids were Jessica Skaggs and Michaila Barren; and flower girls were Grace and Hannah Yates and Mattie Hart.

  • Leslie graduates from basic training



    LESLIE. Air Force Airman David K. Leslie graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.

    He is the son of Betty Johnson of Angola, Ind., and Phillip Leslie of Sonora.

    Leslie is a 2008 graduate of Central Hardin High School in Cecilia.


  • Radcliff welcomes Coach Cal



    RADCLIFF — University of Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari on Friday told fans in Radcliff he is excited to be their new coach, and the excitement was reciprocated through the cheers that emerged.

  • Helping those in need


      The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown helps many in the community through donations to organizations that assist those in need. Through several fund-raising projects each year, the club women are able to share the proceeds to make the community better. Diane Willis, president, recently make a presentation to Carolyn Scifres, director of the Salvation Army. Scifres was pleased to receive the funds and will use them in her work in the county.

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  • Burke jury selection time-consuming, difficult



    ELIZABETHTOWN – Many being considered for jury duty in the trial of Brent Burke recall news stories about the Sept. 11, 2007 murders of two Rineyville women, but few express any opinions of his guilt or innocence.

    Senior Judge Janet Coleman joined prosecutors and Burke attorneys Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for individual screening of potential jurors.