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    Terri Spencer, 270-862-4604

  • Wilsons welcome Abigail Nicole

    Jacqueline and Michael Wilson of Radcliff announce the birth of a daughter, Abigail Nicole Wilson, on May 15, 2014, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 5 pounds, 1 ounce and was 17 inches long.
    Grandparents are James and Phyllis Wilson and Jack and Norma Jones.

  • AUSA awards door prize to Porter

    AUSA State President Gene Gudenkauf presents a $50 Visa gift card to Crystal Porter during the nineth annual Hooray for Heroes celebration May 17 in Radcliff. The Fort Knox Chapter of AUSA hosted a booth at the event and the gift card was a door prize.

  • Wright speaks to AM Rotary Club members

    Susan Bowen, administrative assistant for the commission, left, Hardin County AM Rotary member Jason Bowen, right, and club President Daniel Tabb, far right, welcome Wesley Wright, director of the Hardin County Planning and Zoning Commission, who spoke to members at the May 9 meeting. The Commission is made up of five citizen members who are appointed by Fiscal Court. The meetings are Tuesdays twice each month in the meeting room on the second floor of the R.R. Thomas Government Building.  Hearings and meeting are open to the public.

  • Kroger continues Support of Feeding America

  • Gardner wins rifle in benefit for Jaggers

    Tracey Jaggers presents Roy “Woody” Gardner a rifle he won in a benefit raffle May 1. Terry and Sue Hudson purchased a Henry 22-lever action rifle and sold tickets with the proceeds going to Jaggers. The drawing was held at Sportsman Rod and Gun and tickets were printed by Jeff Franich.

  • Shriners talk health and wellness

  • Leach speaks at Hardin County AM Rotary Club meeting

    Hardin County AM Rotary President Daniel Tabb, left, and AM Rotary member Jim Sullivan, right, welcome Hayley Leach, who represented the Miss Central Kentucky Scholarship Organization, and Kelly Knight-Lynch, director of the Miss Central Kentucky Scholarship Organization, to a recent meeting. Leach spoke about autism in honor of Autism Awareness Month, which was in April. Leach shared her personal story about her brother, who is autistic, and the hurdles which he has had to face in light of the diagnosis.

  • White Mills Homemakers Club members attend annual meeting

    Members of the White Mills Homemakers Club from left, Brenda Elmore, Jane Link, Marjorie Riggs, Suzanne Meredith and Bettye Mae Raymer, attend the Kentucky Extension Homemaker Association Annual Meeting in May in Bowling Green.

  • Nikolic students perform recital

    From left, Mila Nikolic, voice and piano teacher, along with Josh McKain, announcer, William Wilson, Kimberly Strange, piano accompanist, Kimberly Elliott, Tom Durkan, Tayshawn Nickels, Alex Greer, Cheyanne Nickels, Lili Morgan, Maia Morgan, Dixon Watford, guitar accompanist, Bo Cecil, lighting and sound and Sarah Katherine Meece perform Oscar-winning music at the May 15 recital of the music students of Mila Nikolic. Both voice and piano renditions were performed at the Plum Alley Theatre in Elizabethtown.