ISSUE: U.S. Supreme Court ruling on marriage
OUR VIEW: Legal change doesn’t change societal rift
In a nation with sharply defined political and social opinions, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision opening the door to full recognition of same-sex marriage also potentially opens the door for more social, emotional and personal conflict.
Elizabethtown Lions Club President Jim Weise, right, presents the club’s annual donation to Marie Stillwell, left, and Bonnie Jolly, Hardin County 4-H, in support of youth and the bright future the 4-H club offers.
Tracey Easton, United Way’s Meagan Stith and Jan Colgan host the program and monthly business meeting for Potted Few Garden Club members in May at the Elizabethtown Headquarters of United Way. For information about the club, call Marilyn Ardisson, 270-307-8670.
Although some never opted in, after Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriages across the country only one magistrate remains on a list the Hardin County Clerk’s office provides of county officials willing to perform marriages.
The following cases of Driving Under the Influence and the resolution were found in Hardin District Court records. ADE is an abbreviation for Alcohol Driver Education, KAPS stands for Kentucky Alternative Programs. Birth year is in parenthesis for identification purposes.