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Today's News

  • Benningfield inducted into Order of Omega

    Michelle Benningfield was inducted into Order of Omega on Nov. 3.

    The Order of Omega is an honor society for the top 3 percent of members of Greek organizations. Benningfield is a member of Sigma Alpha, a professional agriculture sorority.

    She is a junior at Western Kentucky University, majoring in animal science and pre-veterinary studies. 

  • Former Raywick chief to be sentenced Thursday

    Former Raywick Fire Chief Charles A. “Chuck” Helm is scheduled to be sentenced Dec. 18 after pleading guilty late last month in Marion Circuit Court to a charge of abuse of public trust. He was accused of misusing the department’s money.

    Helm, 54, of 1000 Hazy Downs Road in Raywick was indicted in November 2012. He was originally charged with abuse of public trust between $10,000 and $100,000 and theft by unlawful taking of $10,000 or more.

  • Community News

    Georgetown

    By John R. Smith

    Joel Curle passed away last week in South Carolina. The visitation will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday at Bennett-Bertram Funeral Home. The funeral will at 2 p.m. with burial at Buffalo Cemetery.

  • PHOTO: Aw, it's not that bad
  • PHOTO: Early band students
  • News of Record
  • Letters to the Editor

    Home tour thanks

    The Hodgenville Woman’s Club thanks everyone who attended our home tour, the homeowners who so graciously put their beautifully decorated homes on tour and people who purchased raffle tickets.

    The winner of the raffle basket was Cindy Smith.

    The income from these events helps the club maintain their historic clubhouse.

    Opal Dail

    Publicity Chair

    Walk to End Alzheimer’s raises almost $60,000

  • McBride’s home is welcome sight to community

    I haven’t had a Christmas tree since 2007.

    I didn’t realize how much this bothered my three granddaughters until last week when they stayed with us a couple of days. They brought up the subject of the no-tree so many times that I went to the basement and dragged out a two-foot-tall tabletop tree-in-a-box.

    Thankfully, the lights still worked. But that wasn’t enough. They wanted ornaments. I told them to find something.

  • ENGAGEMENT: Sarah Elmore and Jonathan Elmore

    Sarah Elmore and Jonathan Elmore, both of Elizabethtown, announce their engagement and forthcoming wedding.

    The bride to be is a 2007 graduate of Green County High School and 2013 graduate of Western Kentucky University. She is employed by the Department of Juvenile Justice in Elizabethtown

    She is the daughter of Martie and Carol Elmore of Greensburg.

    The prospective groom is a 2006 graduate of LaRue County High School and is employed at Houchen's Industries in Munfordville.

  • Jerry's Restaurant closes

    Classic rock ‘n’ roll Christmas music played Wednesday at an iconic Elizabethtown restaurant, but no tables and chairs were set for customers.

    Two moving trucks were parked outside Jerry’s Restaurant as two men loaded the remainder of the dining room chairs into one of them. A “closed” sign written on a scrap sheet of paper in orange marker hung on the door.

    The restaurant closed following breakfast service Wednesday after five decades in operation.