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Today's News

  • Stormie's Stitches opens downtown

    Stormie Sidebottom began embroidering when she decided to add flair to a baby quilt for a close friend and colleague.
    “I had made my daughter Ashley’s clothes when she was little and then I got out of it once I started working a lot. The baby quilt I embroidered later on is where I got my start – everything just went from there,” said Sidebottom. “It started out as a hobby and I just loved it.”

  • PHOTO: Spirit of Jefferson

    A group from Hodgenville and surrounding counties had a lunch cruise Sept. 4 on the Spirit of Jefferson in Louisville. The cruise was sponsored by Bancorp Investment Office and hosted by local representatives Regina Byrd, Page Beard and Gail Kelly.

  • Applications accepted for ECTC board

    Nominations to the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Board of Directors are now being accepted. Two positions have been created by term expiration.
    Information from all applicants will be presented to the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Nominating Commission at its next meeting.   
    Applications can be requested from Cindy Cannon, deputy director, Boards and Commissions, by calling 502-564-2611 or by email at cindy.cannon@ky.gov. Applications can be accessed at www.kentucky.gov.

  • Local Masons honored at Louisville meeting

    Members of B.R. Young Lodge #132 were honored at last week’s Grand Lodge meeting at the Galt House in Louisville.
    The lodge was presented with the Grand Master’s Lodge of Excellence Award. Only 22 of 394 lodges successfully completed the requirements for this prestigious award.
    Accepting the award for all members was this year’s Worshipful Master, Bill Gehr.

  • PHOTO: Clarity Solutions

    Elizabethtown Junior Women’s Club collected supplies for Clarity Solutions for Women for their quarterly product drive. Pictured are Hilary Skaggs, Eileen Townsend, Leanna Milby and Leslie Steiner.

  • PHOTO: Rotary winner

    Tommy and Ramona Despain were the winners of the $2,000 Rotary-sponsored Lincoln Days raffle. Rotarian Paula Varney, right, sold the winning ticket.

  • COURT BRIEFS: Oct. 30, 2013

    Final sentencing
    Robert Douglas Young (1984) was sentenced Sept. 16 in LaRue Circuit Court to one year on a count of cultivating marijuana, five or more plants; and first-degree possession of controlled substance. He was sentenced to 45 days on a charge of possession of marijuana with time to run concurrently for one year. Probation denied. He was fined $465.

    Final sentencing

  • Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Blue Water Trails

    The karst topography surrounding the Green River in Hart County produces some of the highest water quality in Kentucky. Many springs empty into the river in this stretch that pump a constant flow of clean, cold water and give the river a color more reminiscent of the shallows of the Caribbean than south-central Kentucky.    

  • SPORTS SHORTS - Oct. 30, 2013

    Saddle Club to meet

    The LaRue County Saddle Club will meet 7 p.m. Oct. 30 at Golden Corral, 1835 N. Dixie Hwy., Elizabethtown. All members should attend. For more information, call Pam Meredith at 270-766-8313.

     

    Little league basketball signups

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Hawks continue in Region

    Out of timeouts in the final two sets, all LaRue County coach Ben Schell could do was watch as the Lady Hawks’ season hung in the balance Monday in the 5th Region Volleyball Tournament quarterfinals at John Hardin.

    Schell had burned the allotted two timeouts per set early on as LaRue County fell behind. But both times, an experienced-laden team – which starts four seniors – dug its way out of holes with near-impossible comebacks.

    And as a result, the Lady Hawks are moving on.