Today's News

  • Owen-Ritchie



    Mr. and Mrs. William Owen announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Rachel Owen of Elizabethtown to Roman Ritchey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Murray of Magnolia and Gary Ritchey of Jeffersonville, Ind.

    The bride-to-be attended Elizabethtown Community and Technical College and is assistant to the senior vice-president at Magnolia Bank.

    The prospective groom attended Georgetown College and is in marketing and advertising at ENERGY.

  • Lyons-Zoglmann


    Randy and Karen Lyons of Tell City, Ind., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Nicole Lyons of Tell City to Jeff Zolgmann of Louisville, son of Bob and Debbie Zoglmann of Elizabethtown.

    The bride-to-be is a 2005 graduate of Castle High School in Newburgh, Ind., and is a 2009 graduate of Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Arts in corporate and organization communication. She is employed at Kentucky Farm Bureau.

  • East Hardin Class of ’84 to have 25th reunion

    East Hardin High School Class of 1984 will have its 25-year reunion from 6-11 p.m. Sept. 12 at Best Western Atrium Gardens, Elizabethtown. Cost is 50 per couple or$30 single. Deadline for reunion reservations is Aug. 12. Send payments to Becky Riggs Higdon, 864 Leafdale Road, Hodgenville, KY 42748.

    For additional detailed information on the reunion and family picnic, go to www.myspace.com/ehhs1984 (you do not have to sign up for myspace to view it) or email ehhs1984@windstream.net or call Wendy Simpson at 307-9170.

  • MOAA makes presentations to local organizations

    The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) held its monthly meeting Aug. 19 at the MOAA Clubhouse, Building 297, on Fort Knox. The members enjoyed a barbecue dinner.

    The guest speaker for the meeting was Gary Plampf, a well-known local historian who is an expert on Hardin County, Fort Knox and the surrounding area. He has also published no less than seven books on the history of Fort Knox, the cemeteries on Fort Knox, the brick kilns in West Point and several others.

  • Hanging out, having fun

    A group of senior citizens from Morningside Senior Center enjoys a potluck meal. From left: Jim Holman, Katherine Druen, Wayne Hayes and Betty Holman.


  • Vine Grove Autumn Daze Sept. 19

    Vine Grove Autumn Daze Festival and parade will be Sept. 19. Vendors of arts and crafts, food and games are welcome, as are parade participants. Deadline to enter is Sept. 15. This is a good opportunity for an organization to raise money. To participate in the festival or parade, contact Donna Broadway at 877-2422. Entry forms may be downloaded at www.vinegrove.org


  • Sept. 20: Services


    Jennifer S. Hazelwood, 54, of Louisville, died Monday, Sept. 14, 2009. The funeral is at 1 p.m. Monday at First Baptist Church in Campbellsville with burial to follow in Crown Hill Cemetery. Visitation begins at 11 a.m. Monday at the church. Buchanan-Robinson & Percell Funeral Home in Campbellsville is in charge of arrangements.  

  • Military Dependent’s Gold Championship a success

    The 48th Military Dependent’s Golf Championship held at Fort Knox was a great success with golfers from more than 14 states participating. They and their spouses enjoyed a fun week of golf and touring Kentucky.

  • McKinley named CKAG 'Artist of the Month'


    At the August meeting of the Central Kentucky Art Guild, member Carl McKinley was selected as the Artist of the Month. His watercolor painting is entitled “Blue Winged Warbler.”

  • 2009 Hardin County Fair Exhibit 4-H/Youth winners


    The following were the winners at the 2009 Hardin County Fair



    Annual Bucket Garden – Michelle Priddy, blue/champion. House Plants – Briann Williams, blue/ champion; and Orry Williams, white. Garden Display – Orry Williams, red/champion. Peppers – Alex Skillman, white/champion. Beans-Snap or Lima – Tori Skillman, red/champion. Largest Cabbage – Briann Williams, blue/champion; and Orry Williams, red.