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Today's News

  • Brooklyn’s benefit concert raises $6,000

    Dec. 19 brought neighbors, family, coworkers and the community together at Pritchard Community Center to show support for 14-month-old Brooklyn Disselkamp. A benefit concert featuring The Brian Young Band helped raise funds for Brooklyn’s fight against Neuroblastoma cancer.

  • Scouts provide holiday cheer at Atria

    Boy Scouts from Troop 221 from Elizabethtown recently spread holiday cheer to local senior citizens at Atria Assisted Living in Elizabethtown. Scouts sang Christmas carols, exchanged handmade Christmas cards and played bingo with residents. Pictured are Ben Pennington, Grayson Kirkman, Keaghn Kirkman, Brayden Berving, Braxton Kirkman, Willie Lyons, Josh Gillman, Eagle Scouts Ben West, Terrance Life, Mitchell Kirkman and John Nichols. Not pictured is Everett Kirkman.

  • Scouts support veterans wreath ceremony

    On Dec. 15, local Girl and Boy Scouts provided support to the Kentucky Veterans-Cemetery-Central in Radcliff to honor veterans laid to rest with wreaths as part of the national “Wreaths Across America.” Pictured are Senior Girl Scout Danielle West, Eagle Scout Ben West and Star Scout Brayden Berving. Boy Scouts Ben and Braydon are members of Troop 221 of Elizabethtown. 

  • Potted Few members participate in Wreaths Across America

     

    Potted Few Garden Club members recently participated in the Wreaths Across America event at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radclilff.

  • Elizabethtown Lions recognized CHHS Student of the Month Kendra Ball

  • Nikolic piano students perform recital

    The voice and piano students of Elizabethtown music teacher Mila Nikolic gave a Christmas recital at Plum Alley Theatre on Dec. 20.  Back row, Kimberly Strange, piano accompanist, Mila Nikolic, teacher, Bo Cecil, lighting, Alexandria Summers, William Wilson, Joel Nason, Alex Greer, Josh McKain, announcer, and Tom Durkan. Center, Grace Greenwell, Emma Byers and Lindsay Nason; front row, Presley Payne, Cheyanne and Tayshawn Nickels, Josie and Jessica Smallwood and Sarah Katherine Meece.  

  • Optimist Club of Radcliff has annual Christmas party

    The Optimist Club of Radcliff recently held its annual Chrismtas party. Savannah Haynes recited a poem and Skylar Johnson sang two songs. Pictured are Jackie Banks, Optimist Club of Radcliff president, Savannah Haynes, Skylar Johnson, and Frances Lee, board member and Christmas program chair.

  • Recognizing some of life's joys

     

    So the end of the world did not arrive last week as some might have feared.

    The thing about impending ends is they give many of us pause for thought.

    Whether it’s the end of the world or the end of the year, some of us began to evaluate what we’ve done, what we’ve left to do and what we’ve only dreamed about doing.

  • Business boom: Local fitness centers expect membership spike

    Area gyms and trainers are preparing for the new year, which annually brings in a slew of new members trying to lose holiday pounds and get started on New Year’s resolutions.

    A few new businesses in the county will be part of the local rush to the treadmills for the first time.

    VIP Fitness owner Randy Campbell said he dislikes when he hears some people in the fitness industry say they hate when people trying to keep new resolutions rush to the gym, only to stop coming soon after.

  • Former day care worker indicted for criminal abuse

    A former Elizabethtown day care employee was indicted in December by the Hardin County grand jury on a charge of criminal abuse involving a 6-year-old who was in her care.

    LaTasia N. Watts, 23, faces one count of first-degree criminal abuse, a Class C felony.

    According to an arrest warrant, Watts grabbed the child’s arm Sept. 6 and attempted to pull him out of a room at Jungle Zone Preschool and Child Care where she worked at the time.