Today's News

  • Thurman Generations

    The Thurman family reunion was July 5 at the home of Nannie Thurman in Cecilia. Approximately 86 people attended. Pictured are five generations of Nannie Thurman’s family. Seated, from left, great-granddaughter Amy Mae Helm holding great-great-grandson Sage Pryor Thacker, great-granddaughter Megan Helm and Nannie Thurman. Standing from left, granddaughter Kim Miller, and son, Tommy Thurman, holding great-great-granddaughter, Amy Helm.



      Guests at the July 29 Noon Rotary presented a musical program from the Stephen Foster Story and Annie being performed in Bardstown this summer. From left, James Neff, Laura Medford, Madison Case of Elizabethtown, Emily Redden, Johnny Warren and Rotarian Kendra Stewart.

  • Johnsons celebrate 60th anniversary with family trip

    Dallas and Juanita Johnson of Vertrees quietly celebrated they 60th wedding anniversary with a family vacation to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., July 10-13, 2008. There were 14 family members attending. The family rented a house for 4 nights and 3 days. Dallas Johnson shot many rounds of pool with his sons and grandsons. The family enjoyed meals at the house, at a catfish restaurant, pancake house and the AppleWood Restaurant. On Saturday night they attended the Dixie Stampede, a dinner theater. They also enjoyed a lot of shopping at the outlet malls.

  • Fort Knox takes MOWW top honors


  • Dixie Homemakers take summer outing


    The Dixie Homemakers went to Montgomery, Ind., for the summer outing. They visited antique shops, flea markets, etc., and ate at lunch in an Amish restaurant. The club meets at 10 a.m., the third Wednesday of  each month at Jewel Willow’s clubhouse in Glendale and new members are welcome.

  • Whitney and Wyatt announce birth of sister

    Whitney, Wyatt and Abigail Faye Hay

  • Nell Stewart celebrates 97th birthday

    Nell Stewart of Elizabethtown celebrated her 97th birthday recently at HealthSouth Rehab. She was recovering from a recent fall at her home. She enjoyed the many well wishes from the staff and the birthday cake they presented to her. Among those who helped her celebrate were her family members and friends from College Heights United Methodist Church.

  • August 17 Rineyville news


    Gail Pike, 737-2973

  • Hill wins state fair quilting category

    Mary Lois Hill of Elizabethtown displays the watermelon vine quilt, pattern diamond in the rough, which won the machine pieced, hand quilted category for quilts for the second year in a row at the Kentucky State Fair. Her other entry, Star-Spangled earned second place in the category Patriotic Quilt. Hill is a member of the Stitchers’ Quilt Guild. Both of her quilts will be on display at the Heart of Kentucky Quilt Show at Pritchard Community Center on Sept. 19-20.

  • Military Campbell

    CAMPBELL. Marine Corps Reserve Lance Cpl. Scott W. Campbell and fellow Marines and sailors of 3rd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward) from Camp Lejeune, N.C., recently reached the halfway point in their deployment to Al Anbar province, Iraq, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and the Global War on Terror. The Marines and