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Today's News

  • Noon Rotary has presentation on PAC's new website

    Recently, Bart Lovins shared information about the upcoming season at the PAC with Noon Ro-tary Club members. He also demonstrated the ease of use of the PAC’s new website www.thepac.net for the members; showing how easy it is to order tickets to various productions.

    The club also hosted their first Students of the Month for this school year on Sept. 2. Kate Masterson and Ryan Hayes are seniors at Central Hardin High School.

     

  • Grandparents welcome Abigail

    ABIGAIL JONES

    Grandparents welcome Abigail

    Daniel and Deborah Wilson of Rineyville announce the birth of a granddaughter, Abigail Jones, on April 29, 2008, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 5 pounds, 13 ounces and was 18 inches long.

    Parents are Jimmy and Jane Jones of Vine Grove.

    Siblings are Jacob and Zoe.

    Paternal great-grandfather is Arleigh Wilson of Glen Haven, Wis.

     

  • Nine Patchers have August meeting

    Debbie Adcock, who was the “Who Am I” speaker for August meeting of the Nine Patcher’s Quilt Guild, holds up the first quilt she ever made. It was a baby quilt that she made for her daughter, Sherlene Rowen, who is also pictured. The Nine Patcher’s Quilt Guild meets at 9:30 a.m., every fourth Tuesday of the month at the Nolin Electric Building on Ring Road. A f

  • Radcliff Rotary welcomes new police chief

    Club president Charlie Fraley welcomed Radcliff Chief of Police Jeff Cross to the most recent noon meeting of the Radcliff Rotary. Chief Cross, guest of Rotarian Dr. Bill Perks, introduced himself to club members with information on his background in the local community and emphasized his commitment to keep the lines of communication open between the citizens and his office.

     

  • Resident of Bluegrass Assisted Living participates in Heartland Parade

    Coy Reynolds, a resident at Bluegrass Assisted Living, rode in the Windstream Truck during the recent Heartland Festival Parade. Reynolds’ son-in-law works for Windstream.  

  • Warm Blessings has special performers

    Pictured singing with the JEZREEL mentoring ministry group are children who were guest at the Warm Blessing Meal Kitchen. From left is Sarah Rowe of British Columbia, four-year-old Autumn Miles, her sister seven-year-old Kathryn Miles from Hardin county, and Anna Randall also of British Columbia. The JEZREEL group engaged with approximately 60 patrons for an

  • Kentucky Commission on Women campaign for Cervical Cancer awareness

    Lisa Williams, Kentucky Commission on Women Board of Directors and Monica Ruehling and Karen Blaiklock, representing the Lincoln Trail Commission on Women, distributed information on cervical cancer prevention and vaccination to students recently at Elizabethtown Community & Technical College. The campaign for awareness, education and prevention of cervical cancer is part of the National Lieutenant Governors Association campaign and “Cervical Cancer Awareness Week”, supported by Kentucky Lt. Gov. Daniel Mongiardo.

  • Radcliff Rotary has Jim Bruce as special guest

    Guest of Radcliff Rotarian Bill Rissel was Jim Bruce, General Manager of Hardin County Water District No. 1. Rissel gave the club a presentation that outlined the expansion of the water district in recent years and traced it’s involvement with Fort Knox and other municipalities in the area.  

  • Bond graduates from basic training

     

    BOND. Air Force Airman Lajoya M. Bond has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. A 2005 graduate of John Hardin High School, she is the daughter of Glynis Bond of Rineyville.

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