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Today's News

  • Bluegrass Assisted Living has piano entertainment

    Recently, 93-year-old Helen Raby played several songs for everyone after lunch at Bluegrass Assisted Living.

  • Thank you from NHYFL

    On behalf of the North Hardin Youth Football League, Inc., I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Board for its contribution to the success of our 2008 football season. The are: Conrad Garcia, vice-president 14th year; Kim Shepherd, secretary-treasurer second year plus three years as flag and tackle commissioner; Johnny Baker, tackle commissioner- fifth year plus five years as a coach; Rhonda Smith, North Hardin Youth Cheerleader president/coach-ninth year, and her coaches and cheerleaders.

  • Vine Grove Chamber holds monthly meeting

    1 Woodland Elementary School Choir sings for the Vine Grove Chamber on Dec. 9. Hardin County School Superintendent Nannette Johnston watches as Arin Dale leads the children.

    2 Dean Parsons awards Albert J. Thompson’s military medals to Mary Medley and her son Randy Whealen Jr. at the Dec. 9 Vine Grove Chamber meeting.

     

  • Dec. 28 Rineyville News

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    Gail Pike, 737-2973

  • Military briefs

    LINDER

    LINDER. Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Joshua W. Linder has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.

    He is the son of Kelly Thomason of Sonora.

    Linder is a 2007 graduate of Central Hardin High School in Cecilia.

    WITTEN. Joshua D. Witten has graduated from the Army ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) Leader Development and Assessment Course, also known as “Operation Warrior Forge,” at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Wash.

    He is the son of Rhonda C. Routt Witten of Vine Grove.

  • Radcliff Rotary has presentation by FirstCommand

    From left, Club president Charlie Fraley, left, presents a speaker gift to Michael Parker as Rotarian Gerald Barnett looks on.

    Guest of Radcliff Rotarian Gerald Barnett was Michael Parker, financial adviser with FirstCommand. Parker shared with the club the message of the book “The Elephant in the Room” by Ed Baker, which outlines an approach for a sound financial future.

     

  • Magnolia High School Class of 1958 holds 50 year reunion

    Front row: Joyce Slayton Penwell Routt, Jennie Jenkins Cromwell, Linda Hines Shumate and Phyllis Burd Casteel; second row: Phyllis Skaggs Turner, Mazie Milby Ford, Martha Turner Thompson and Neva Dixon Crutcher; third row: Wayne Walters, Joe Pepper, Elmer Loyall, Judy Gardner Bale Parkison and Rita Tharp Williams; and fourth row, Jimmie Lee, James Akins, Terry Rock and Donald Hawkins.

    Magnolia High School Class of 1958 holds 50 year reunion

  • Thank you from White Mills Civic League

    Thank you so much for your willingness to help with our recent bridge lighting activities and chili supper. We had a great response from the community and were able to raise $1,000 for Lakewood Elementary Resource Center. The director, Charis, is a proven leader in knowing how to deal with donations like these and will maximize the benefit for the needy youth in the Lakewood school district.

  • LOCAL CLUB OFFICERS ATTEND CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON

     

  • DAV recognizes Darby for outstanding service to veterans

    DAV Chapter 003 Elizabethtown Van Coordinator Leter Fulk, left, presents van driver Don Darby with a Kentucky Colonel certificate at the November DAV Chapter 003 membership meeting held at the Pritchard Community Center. Darby was recognized for his outstanding service to veterans as a van driver transporting veterans from the local area to the VA Medical Center in Louisville.