Today's News

  • Birth Announcement: Daniel Reagan Atwell

    Dave and Jordan Atwell of Buffalo would like to announce the birth of their son Daniel Reagan born June 1, 2016 at T.J. Samson Hospital.  He weighed 7 pounds 2 ounces and was 20 inches long.

  • Anniversary: Loyall

    Shirley and Arvall Loyall of Hodgenville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on August 6, 2016.  They entertained their family and friends at a dinner and reception at Stone Hearth hosted by their daughter Monica (Scott) Frazier and their son Michael (Shelly) Loyall.  Also in attendance were cherished friends and family including sisters, brothers and their two grandsons Steven Loyall and Kevin Loyall.

    Shirley Claywell and Arvall Loyall were joined in marriage at the preacher’s home in Jonesville, KY in 1966. 

  • Ready for Kindergarten
  • Schroll graduation

    Austin Schroll has completed his Masters in Business Administration from the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University on July 23, 2016.

    Schroll is a 2004 graduate of LaRue County High School and 2009 graduate of Western Kentucky University and University of Kentucky in Mechanical Engineering.

    He is the son of Paula and Shawn Stewart and the late Greg Schroll. He is the grandson of Ella and Harold Garrison of Hodgenville, Shirley and the late Bernie Schroll of Louisville, and Virginia and Sam Stewart of Hodgenville.

  • 88th Birthdays
  • 2016 Edward & Thelma Ford Scholarship
  • Williams/Clark - Engagement
  • Lobbs Celebrate 60 years
  • Glen Rice concert is August 12

    The Glen Rice Family and Friends returns to the Hardin County Schools’ Performing Arts Center in Elizabethtown on Friday, August 12 at 7 p.m.

    The concert is entitled “A Little Bit of Country, A Little Bit of Rock N’ Roll” and doors will open at 6 p.m. The show will feature Glen Rice, Jeremy Nalley, Glenn Williams, Jon Spratt, Lou Bingham and Larry Denham. Several other musicians will perform at the concert including Pat Portman, Amber Martin, Camille Turner, Christy Miller, Roger Conley, Frank Hamilton, Kaitlyn Marie and Marc Masingo.

  • How Is Your Website Working for You?

    The first website was the CERN site, posted on November 1992, nearly 25 years ago. The first generally commercial sites emerged in late 1999. The Wayback Machine at archive.org/web/ will take you on a journey back in Internet time. You can enter any number of web-site addresses and view the history of them. The earliest archive of my own business website, www.tsif.com, goes back to May 8, 1999. It is interesting to see how website presentation has evolved, or devolved, over the past couple of decades.