Today's News

  • Perry-Aubrey



    Christy Michelle Perry and Raymond Aubrey Jr., both of Sonora, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of John and Becky Meadors of Cecilia and Frank Goodman of Jonesville. She is an LPN at Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital.

    The prospective groom is the son of Karen Aubrey of Leitchfield and Raymond and Melissa Aubrey of Boston, Ky. He is a mechanical engineer at American Commercial Lines.

  • Thank you from American Legion Auxiliary

    I would like to give a big thank you to the following for making our Children’s Halloween Party a huge success: Rose’s, Wal-Mart, McDonald’s, Mr. Gatti’s, Towne Drive Kroger, all who donated candy, American Legion Riders, those who baked, and those who volunteered. It could not have been done without you.

    Jerilynn Kabel, party chairman

    American Legion Auxiliary


  • Elizabethtown Lions Club holds October meeting

    At the Oct. 28 meeting of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, Travis Langdon, left, introduced the John Hardin High School October 2008 Student of the Month, Autumn Chancey, to the club. Autumn maintains a 4.0 grade point average and is in the National Honor Society. She is also English Student of the Month. She is a Pep Club officer, a member of the Y-Club, former member of the basketball and volleyball teams and a current member of the soccer and softball teams. She has participated in Youth Leadership of Hardin County and is a member of Youth Salute.

  • Oliva completes basic training

    Army Reserve Pfc. Brittany T. Oliva graduated from basic military training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C., to be a member of the Army National Guard or Reserve split-option program.The daughter of Melissa Sanchez of Fort Knox, Oliva is a student at Fort Knox High School.The Reserve split-option program allows students between their junior and senior years of high school to attend national guard or reserve weekend drills and pursue a military career specialty after graduating from high school.

  • Radcliff Rotary welcomes Ken Tabb

    Hardin County Clerk Kenneth Tabb was the guest of Rotarian Neil Atcher recently at a Radcliff Rotary Club meeting. Tabb gave the club members a run-down of the recent election, explaining the numbers as well as the complexities and problems his office faces during these times.


  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown commemorates Veterans Day

    Cut 1: Christopher Willis was presented a certificate by President Diane Willis.

    Cut 2: Second Vice President Rosemary Deaton introduced guest speaker Bryce Shumate.

    Cut 3: President Diane Willis, left, presented roses to American veterans Betty Swope, Yvonne Rivera and Jane Davis.

    Cut 4: An American flag afghan is displayed by Betty Sue French, Vice President Maritza Johnson and Marjorie Wilkins.

    Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown commemorates Veterans Day



      Members of DAV Chapter 3 presented a Remembrance Program for the veterans, residents and staff of Kensington Manor on Veterans Day. Pictured are Mose Polk, Chuck Wiley, Rick Seekman, Gary Rice and Bob Alexander.

  • Parents welcome Brody William


    Parents welcome Brody William

    Greg and Amanda Crews of Elizabethtown announce the birth of a son, Brody William Crews on Sept. 20, 2008, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Grandparents are Greta and Don Prather of Shelbyville, Bill Crews of Louisville, Jeanette Hester of Glendale and Steve Hester of Elizabethtown.

  • Glendale Homemakers meet

    The Glendale Homemakers met Nov. 12 at Glendale Christian Church. Thirteen members were present. President Pat Mueller called the meeting to order, followed by devotional reading of “The Wooden Bowl” by Linda Sexton. Peggy LaRue read the thought for the month from Proverbs 8:12. The lesson of the month was a review of the “Holiday Cooking School.” Members received books distributed by Wanda Karger. The club adjourned and enjoyed lunch at Tony York on Main. The next meeting will be Dec. 9.


  • Jan. 2, 2009: Our readers write

    Dear Washington, fix Social Security

    New year, a new president and a new Congress present new challenges to seniors; new challenges to urge and support legislation to safeguard, preserve and improve the benefits that they, as dedicated, hard-working citizens, are due in their retirement.

    There are several unfair aspects of the current Social Security program: