Today's News

  • Monkeys and high-heels part of Olympics at United Way luncheon



    ELIZABETHTOWN — The baby dolls and stuffed monkeys made collecting cash in the floral multi-colored bags and purses difficult enough, but the footwear made it even more awkward.

    In the end, a policeman in black high-heels managed to overcome his special accessories to hobble his way to special recognition during the United Way of Central Kentucky 2008 Campaign Kickoff luncheon Thursday.

  • Sept. 10, 2008: Obituaries

    Anne Laura Bundy

    Anne Laura Bundy, 94, of Louisville, passed away Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, at Lincoln Hills Health Care Center in New Albany, Ind.

    She was a member of Shively Baptist Church.

    She is survived by her husband, James Ross Bundy, formerly of Hardin County; a son, Eric R. Bundy; a daughter, Patsy Sheehan (Larry); a sister, Hazel Renschler; two grandchildren, Todd W. Sheehan (Joanna) and Carrie B. Sheehan Murff (Andrew); and a great-grandchild, Brooklyn Sheehan.



      Elizabethtown Noon Rotary Club President Glenn Ross, left, presents a donation of $1,888, which was raised as part of the proceeds of the Pops in the Park production this summer. Receiving the check is Susan Asher of United Way of Central Kentucky.

  • Nine Patchers welcome Jones as July speaker

    Carolyn Jones recently showed off her "Trip Around the World" patterned quilt.

    The Nine Patcher's Quilt Guild's "Who Am I" featured member for the July meeting was Carolyn Jones. The Nine Patcher's Quilt Guild that meets the fourth Tuesday of every month. The meetings are held at the Nolin Electric Company on Ring Road. Meetings start at 9:30 a.m. and visitors are always welcome.

  • Elizabethtown Tourism makes donation to Dolphin Swim Team

    Elizabethtown Tourism Chairman Eric Brandenburg recently presented $2,000 to Jill Tarvestad and Shellee Godfrey with the Dolphin Swim Team. The funds were used to assist with the State A’s Swimming Championship held in July.

  • Ottes show off quilt at Nine Patchers meeting

    Joshua Otte and his grandmother Kristen Otte show off their quilt that was made using blocks from a quilt block exchange. It features houses, trees and fences. Both are members of the Nine Patcher’s Quilt Guild that meets the fourth Tuesday of every month. The meetings are held at the Nolin Electric Company on Ring Road. Meetings start at 9:30 a.m. and visitors are welcome.

  • AM Rotary presents attendance awards

    Three Hardin County AM Rotary Club members were awarded certificates for perfect attendance recently. From left, Francis Simpson-16 years, Dr. Jamie Hargan, president, and Marty Fulkerson and Rick Ryan, both four years.



      Radcliff Police Officer Lamar Jones was promoted to the rank of sergeant August 8. Jones has been with the Radcliff Police Department for more than two years, and previously was the chief of Muldraugh Police Department. He is pictured with Radcliff Mayor Sheila Enyart, left, and Radcliff Police Chief Donald Bloodworth, right.

  • Vine Grove Lodge to provide CHIP kits


  • MOWW and MOAA has cadet traning

    1 Cadet Jesse Lopata, of the University of Pittsburg, receives the MOWW ROTC award presented by Retired Lt. Col. Richard Ardisson, a member of both MOWW and MOAA Fort Knox Chapters.

    2 Cadet Christopher Burke, of the University of Connecticut, was awarded the MOAA ROTC Medal and certificate from Retired Lt. Col. Richard Ardisson, for outstanding performance at the Fort Knox ROTC Summer Camp.