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Today's News

  • Parents welcome triplets

    Brent and Mollie Thompson of Pelham, Ala., formerly of Elizabethtown, announce the birth of two sons and a daughter, Kaden, Carson and Kendall Thompson, on May 14, 2008.

    The triplets have a sister, Jasmine.

    Grandparents are Jerry and Kathy Warner of Louisville and Bobby and Sharon Thompson of Elizabethtown.

    Great-grandmother is Chris Talbert of Elizabethtown.

  • LOCAL NAACP PARTICIPATES IN HOORAY FOR HEROES

     

  • VFW SUPPORTS USA CARES

     

    Commander Howard Hill, left, of VFW Post 10281 presents a donation to Dale Fleenor. For three years running, one tournament date has been set aside to benefit USA Cares Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting those who serve in the armed forces.

  • Maruszewski selected as Kentucky DAV Volunteer of the Year

    Elizabethtown DAV Chapter 003 member Al Maruszewski was awarded with a plaque at the recent DAV State Convention recognizing him as “Kentucky DAV Volunteer of the Year for 2008”. Maruszewski is a DAV van driver and transports local area disabled vets to the VA Medical Center in Louisville and back.

  • Wiseman-Pyles

    Wiseman—Pyles

    Richard and Rita Wiseman announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Paula Christine, to Christopher Glenn Pyles, son of Glenn and Maryellen Pyles of Elizabethtown and Debra and Alan Underwood of Rineyville.

    The bride-to-be is a 1999 graduate of North Hardin High School and a 2005 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University with a bachelor's degree in health sciences. She is an occupational therapist at Hardin Memorial Hospital, and has accepted a position at Deaconess Hospital in Cincinnati.

  • VFW SUPPORTS THE HUB CITY BRAVES

     

      Commander Howard Hill of VFW Post 10281, left, presents a donation to Jacob Barnes of the Hub City Braves, a 12 and younger select travel baseball team representing Hardin and surrounding counties, for team uniforms and tournament entry fees that will help the costs for the families.

  • Rose – Thomason

     

  • Vine Grove Class of 1958 holds reunion

    Vine Grove High School’s class of 1958 celebrated their 50th class reunion on June 27 at Valley View Baptist Church Christian Life Center in Vine Grove.

    Thirty-eight of the 68 class members were in attendance. Some classmates came from as far away as Connecticut, Florida, Michigan and Missouri. Others who couldn’t attend sent letters which were shared that evening.

    Class members Bill Logsdon and Edgar Carlisle served as masters of ceremony and the evenings program began with Kent Salmon and wife Joyce singing hits from the 1950’s and 60’s.

  • Fiscal Court allows trash hauler to match lower bid

    By MARTY FINLEY

    mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com

    HARDIN COUNTY – Waste Transport will likely be offering its services in unincorporated parts of Hardin County for three more years.

    Hardin County Fiscal Court approved first reading Tuesday of an ordinance for the county’s trash collection bid to be awarded to Waste Transport, the current hauler. Also bidding were Eco-Tech of Louisville; Scott Waste Service of Bowling Green; RR Waste Solutions of Austin, Texas; and local hauler Rumpke.

  • Grace Reformed Church particularized

    Once considered a mission church under the leadership of the presbytery and sister churches, Grace Reformed Church has elected and confirmed its own elders and deacons and has a pastor.

    Because of the addition of established leadership, the church is now considered a particularized church by the Presbyterian Church of America. During a service on July 27, the leaders were installed and ordained and the congregation was charged to make the church official.

    David Atkisson, former missionary to Brazil, is now the church pastor.