Today's News

  • Brothers welcome Jason Hargan


    Brothers welcome Jason Hargan

    Ty and Case Carr announce the birth of a brother, Jason Hargan Carr, on Nov. 12, 2008, at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown. He weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces and was 18½ inches long.

    Parents are Jason and Amy Carr of Rineyville.

    Grandparents are Don and Margie Atcher and Janice Carr, all of Elizabethtown and Joe and Diane Carr of Rineyville. Great-grandmothers are Fern Atcher of Elizabethtown and Lois Wright of Tennessee. Great-great-grandmother is Idallian Raine of Florida.

  • Siblings welcome Clare Thomas

    EMMA, COLE, ERIN AND CLARE THOMAS RINEY   Emma, Cole and Erin of Rineyville announce the birth of a sister, Clare Thomas Riney, on Oct. 1, 2008, at Hardin Memorial Hospital.

  • Collins-Schreck

    LORI COLLINS AND JASON SCHRECK   Lori Collins of Glendale and Jason Schreck of Hampton, Va., announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Linda Collins of Glendale and Michael and Cindy Collins of Elizabethtown.

  • Jeremy earns Eagle Scout


    JEREMY EMMERLING   Jeremy Emmerling earned his Eagle Scout in Boy Scout Troop 221, chartered by College Heights United Methodist Church, on Sept. 16, 2008. An Eagle Scout Court of Honor was held for him on Nov. 29. Jeremy’s Eagle project consisted of building a 20x30-foot pavilion for College Heights Methodist Church. He is the son of Ryan and Nikki Emmerling.



    At the Elizabethtown Lions Club’s Christmas banquet on Dec. 16, the recipients of the Melvin Jones Award were announced. They are, from left: Gary Miles, Ronnie Penwell and Clarence Burman. A Melvin Jones recipient is one who has shown exemplary service as a member of the International Lions Club, and one who is living to the fullest the Lion motto, “We Serve.”

  • Havenses celebrate 45th anniversary today

    MR. AND MRS. HAVENS, THEN…AND NOW Milton and Willa Mae Havens of Vine Grove are celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary today, Dec. 28, 2008. The former Willa Mae Witten was married to Milton T. Havens on Dec. 28, 1963, at Vine Grove Baptist Church by Brother Harlan McGinnis.

  • Noon Rotary has January meeting


      The speaker at the Jan. 6 Noon Rotary Club meeting was Dan Kenny from the Kentucky Equine Education Project. Kenny pointed out that horses are the number one cash crop in the state and have a $4 billion economic impact in the state. There are app. 320,000 horses in the state. The purpose of the project is to unite the horse industry and effect legislative changes to benefit the industry.

  • Republican Womans Club installs new officers

    The Hardin County Republican Women’s Club new officers for 2009-10 were installed on Jan. 20. The installation ceremony was performed by former Congressman Ron Lewis. The club’s

    Next meeting is Feb. 17 at The Mulberry. For more information call Debbie Sullivan, 369-6341.


  • Radcliff Homemakers hold December meeting

    Back row, Waleska Westerman, Renie Bieber, Sue Campbell, Liz Kimble, Lottie Chatoney, Betty McClaugherty and Ramona Lovall; front row, Lois Morrissey, Aretha Hunt, Elfriede Latendresse and Margaret Page.

  • Youth Theatre to celebrate 70th anniversary of “The Wizard of Oz”