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Today's News

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Knox ready to end long losing streak (09/10)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com FORT KNOX — The Fort Knox Eagles were oh-so-close to ending their long losing streak last week against the visiting Hart County Raiders. Fort Knox (0-2), which has lost 23 consecutive games dating back to the 2005 season finale, led the Raiders, 7-6 in the third quarter before a blocked punt led to the game-winning touchdown at

  • Binkley-Hester

    Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Lovorn of Frankfort announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Erin Lovorn Binkley of Vine Grove, to Jeremy Wayne Hester of Vine Grove, son of Dennis Hester and Denise Hester, both of Vine Grove. The bride-to-be is a 1996 graduate of Russell High School and a 2001 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University.

  • Grimes celebrates 90th birthday

     

    Donna Pauline Grimes celebrated her 90th birthday on June 17 at her home surrounded by many loving family members and friends. 

  • STITCHER’S QUILT GUILD FEATURES DIXIE FRANKLIN

     

      Dixie Franklin, a member of the Stitcher’s Quilt Guild, shared several quilts as July’s Featured Stitcher. She has a talent for applique and creates many quilts, which she displays in her quilt store in Clarkson. She is pictured with a pumpkin applique quilt, just in time for fall and the Heartland Quilt Show, which will be hosted by the guild, at Pritchard Community Center on Sept. 20-21.

  • Logsdon-Yanke engagment

    Logsdon-Yanke

    Ken and Judy Logsdon of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brittney Alyson Logsdon of Louisville, to Keith James Yanke of Louisville, son of Jim and Coleen Yanke of Hortonville, Wis.

    The bride-to-be is a graduate of the University of Louisville and is an auditor for Jefferson National Financial in Louisville.

    The prospective groom is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and is a senior credit analyst for CoBank, ACB in Louisville.

  • Two Elizabethtown Woman's club members named empowering women

    From left, outgoing President of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown Marcia Callicotte, KFWC President for 2006-08 Faye Gregory and KFWC Public Affairs (Citizenship) Chairman for 2006-08 Betty Sue French.

    During the Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs Convention held in Lexington, two ladies from the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown had the honor of being among 12 Kentucky club members chosen for “The Outstanding Empowering Women’s Award.” They received star shaped paper weights with the inscription of “KFWC Empowered Woman 2007.

  • SPECIAL OLYMPICS GOLF SCRAMBLE TOURNAMENT

     

  • HARDIN COUNTY AM ROTARY TOURS HELPING HAND

     

  • Heartland Coalition of Military Veterans have August meeting

     

    26th District State Representative Tim Moore addressed members of the Heartland Coalition of Mili-tary Veterans at their August meeting held at American Legion Post 113 on Aug. 9. Moore advised that he had contacted the Governor about the Veteran Hiring preference for state government jobs. Moore also discussed the Korean War recognition in Kentucky and presented Vice-Chairman George Larsen with a certificate and medal in honor of his Korean War service.

  • Parents welcome Hunter Cade

     

     

    Ronnie and Alesha Whelan of White Mills announce the birth of a son, Hunter Cade Whelan, on June 21, 2008, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds ½ ounce and was 20 inches long.

    Grandparents are Doug and Lori Love of Eastview and Deanna and Larry Gardner of Glendale.

    Great-grandparents are Delbert Love of Eastview, Monty and Janie Hornback of Sonora and Jean and Perry Whelan of Webster.