Today's News

  • Scenes of Summer
  • $5,000 reward offered in funeral-hour burglary

    Kentucky Farm Bureau is offering $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of burglars responsible for a break-in and theft from a Clarkson home during a family funeral.

    The home of Dennis and Cindy Higdon was burglarized when they attended the funeral of their son, Christian, who was slain June 16 in Hardin County.

  • Iron Soldiers has charity ride

    The Iron Soldiers Motorcycle Club of Radcliff held its seventh annual Ride for Charity on June 2. The recipient of the $400 raised this year was Helping Hand of Hope. Carolyn Culver from Helping Hand of Hope was on hand to explain the function of the agency in the community. Also, the Radcliff Police Department gave a presentation. Auto Zone and Fun for All Motorsports donated prizes to be auctioned.

  • Phillips speaks to Tourism Commission members

    On June 4 Hank Phillips, deputy commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism participated in the Radcliff/Fort Knox Convention and Tourism Commission’s “Lunch and Learn Tourism Session.”  Commissioner Phillips’ presentation touched on the mission of the Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism, the State’s Tourism Marketing Incentives Program and the new “There's Only One” advertising campaign that has been a huge success. The “Lunch and Learn Tourism Session” is an annual event.   

  • Warm Blessings receives donation from SUMC

    Warm Blessings Volunteers from Sonora United Methodist Church are pictured at Warm Blessings on their regular night of serving and cleaning up at the soup kitchen.They also presented a donation to Warm Blessings from the church Sunday school ministry’s quarterly community donation. Receiving the donation is Linda Funk Warm Blessings Executive Board chairperson.Pictured from left, Monica Oliver, Sandy Hornback, Deloris Snyder, Linda Funk, W.T. Snyder, Kat Wireman and Mia Wireman.

  • Feeding America receives produce through Farms to Food Banks Program

    Boxes full of fresh zucchini, yellow squash and broccoli recently were delivered to Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland as the 2012 Farms to Food Banks program kicked off. The food bank will distribute the produce through its network of partner distribution agencies in central Kentucky.

    Also, Kentuckians will have a new opportunity to join the fight against hunger by donating a portion of their income tax refund to support the Farms to Food Banks Trust Fund.

  • Heartland Farmers Market offers only chemical-free produce

    A new roadside market has emerged in Hardin County that exclusively sells  local, toxin-free produce.
    Serena Erizer created the market as an option for buyers seeking food free of outside chemicals.

    “There’s a big difference and growing demand for this kind of food locally,” Erizer said.

    At a conventional farmers market, buyers who prefer toxin-free foods must ask each farmer about their farming techniques.

  • 4-H Target Master members aim to win
  • Potted Few places flowers for June

    Potted Few member Maritza Johnson, right, placed a flower arrangement at the Hardin County Library for the month of June. Accepting the arrangement is Hardin County Library Circulation Manager Charlotte Bragdon.

  • Bowman graduates from basic training

    BOWMAN. Army Pvt. Cody J. Bowman has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. A 2011 graduate of Highland Park High School in Illinois, he is the son of Melissa Bowman-Jones of Bridgman, Mich., and Kevin Bowman of Elizabethtown.