Today's News

  • Kelsey Tamayo performs for students

    Principal of Rineyville Elementary Mr. Coffey and Kelsey Tamayo. Kelsey Tamayo recently performed a music educational program for the students of Rineyville Elementary. Tamayo’s performance also included solo pieces on various percussion instruments such as the marimba and snare drum. Tamayo is a double degree music student in both the Bachelor of Music Performance and the Bach

  • Parrents new parents




    Members of Right to Life Kentucky Heartland were among the many participants in the local Heartland Parade on Aug. 30. Those walking in the parade were Becky Bowling, Becky Smith, Lisa Watkins, Sally Johns, Frank Leon, Anita Bailey, TeAndra, William, Anna and Abby Parker. The Franklin Crossroads Baptist Church youth group and leader were also with the Right to Life Kentucky Heartland marching in the parade and carrying the banner of the organization.

  • Hauns to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

    DR. AND MRS. HAUN….THEN AND NOW   Dr. and Mrs. Roland C. Haun will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 5, 2008. They were married in the First Baptist Church of Lebanon, Tenn. They have lived in the Hardin County area since 1976. Dr. Haun retired as superintendent of Fort Knox Community Schools in 1993 after 17 years, and Mrs.

  • Patton-Campbell Engagement



    Carl Campbell Jr. and Rochelle Patton announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moore of Elizabethtown.

    The prospective groom is the son of the late Carl Campbell Sr. and Shirly Campbell of Lexington.

    A private ceremony is Aug. 9, 2008, in Elizabethtown.

    A formal reception will take place at a later date.

  • J.C. Penney to participate in Day of Giving Back

    J.C. Penney to participate in Day of Giving Back

    From Sept. 14 to Sept. 28, J.C. Penney Co. Inc. offers customers the opportunity to help children by purchasing $5 coupons good for up to 20 percent off most purchases made Sept. 28 in J.C. Penney stores, on jcp.com and from its catalog.

    Proceeds from the J.C. Penney Afterschool Fund coupons will benefit the Devers Youth Center at Fort Knox, providing area military children with access to life-enriching after-school programs to keep them safe and foster their academic, physical and social development.

  • University of Kentucky Hardin County Alumni Club, holds game watch party for the big game

    The University of Kentucky Hardin County Alumni Club held a game watch party for the UK vs U of L football game. More than 90 alumni, their children and UK friends cheered on the Cats at the Best Western Atrium in Elizabethtown. Raising money for scholarships is one of the main missions of the Hardin County club through activities such as this game watch party, and it was announced the university selected two Hardin County students attending UK this fall for the $1,000 awards from funds raised last year.

  • Boleys celebrate 40th wedding anniversary


    Jim and Carol Mayes Boley of Hodgenville will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary today, Aug. 17, 2008.

    They were married Aug. 17, 1968, at First United Methodist Church in Glasgow.

    Mr. Boley is a pharmacist at K-Mart. Mrs. Boley is a pharmacist at Hardin Memorial Hospital. They are members of First Baptist Church of Hodgenville.

    They have three sons, Dr. Scott Boley of Hodgenville, Miller Boley of Elizabethtown and Dr. Spencer Boley of Philadelphia; and three grandchildren.

  • Second Harvest receives donation from Ronald McDonald House Charities

    America’s Second Harvest of Kentucky’s Heartland has received a $7,380 grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities to fund the BackPack program for one month in eight Kentucky counties, including Hardin County.

  • Veteran appreciation rally held