Today's News

  • Halls to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary


    Lawrence and Sharon Hall will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Aug. 30, 2008. They were married on the same date in 1958, at Carlisle Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville.


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  • Mattingly celebrates 90th birthday


  • Smith-Pedigo engagement


    Pamela Kay Smith and Thomas Lee Pedigo, both of Elizabethtown, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith of Mount Sherman. She is a corpo-rate Account Manager for Bluegrass Cellular.

    The prospective groom is the son of JoAnn Pedigo of Munfordville and the late Carl T. Pedigo. He is an administrative coordinator at the Kentucky Department of Transportation.

    The wedding is at 3 p.m., Sept. 10, 2008 at Angels Bay in Oahu, Hawaii.

  • The Dance Centre holds Dance Camp, Jr.

    On July 14 and 15, The Dance Centre of Elizabethtown held its Dance Camp Jr. for students age four through six. The students enjoyed classes in ballet, junior jazz and beginning celtic. The workshop also included dance-related arts and crafts, where the dancers filled their folders with work sheets, games and puzzles about the ballet “Coppelia.” Snack time allowed the dancers to watch portions of the ballet. Students attending Dance Camp Jr.

  • Clothesline of Quilts


    The Hardin County Clothesline of Quilts recently hung another quilt at the home of Scott and Laura Nall, 12611 Leitchfield Road, Elizabethtown. The quilt pattern is “Lone Star.”

  • 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.