• Trombone graduates basic training

    TROMBONE. Air Force Airman Daniel J. Trombone graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio.

    Trombone is the son of Karen Harris of Vine Grove and Mike Trombone of Radcliff.

    He is a 2011 graduate of North Hardin High School.

  • Finch speaks to Optimist Club of Radcliff
  • February volunteers of the month recognized at Feeding America

    Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland announces Linda Light and Scott Hill have been selected as volunteers of the month for February. Light and Hill started volunteering with FAKH in September of 2013 and help out several times each week, regardless of what else is going on. Despite the recent ups and downs of the weather, Light and Hill have never missed a day of volunteering. Their hard work is greatly appreciated by everyone at FAKH.

  • Swain celebrates 87th birthday

    Lester Swain of Traverse City, Mich., and Elizabethtown will celebrate his 87th birthday Feb. 3, 2014, with his family.

    He was born Feb. 3, 1927, in Dearborn, Mich., the son of the late Theodore and Ethel Swain. He married his wife, Shirley Swain, on Oct. 14, 1950, and retired from the Detroit Board of Education in January 1987. He is a clock maker and enjoys woodworking.

  • Larry Thomas receives top recruiter award

    For the third consecutive year, the Kentucky Soybean Association’s Top Recruiter Award went to Larry Thomas of Elizabethtown. Thomas was recognized during the 2014 Kentucky Commodity Conference recently held in Bowling Green.

    The Kentucky Soybean Association is a grassroots organization and its leaders are proud of the members they represent. Keeping a strong voice in Frankfort and in Washington D.C., is extremely important, but at the same time recruiting members often is one of the toughest jobs as a member of the board.

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members host annual spaghetti supper

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown’s annual spaghetti supper, held Jan. 16 at the Brown-Pusey House, was an overwhelming success. There also was a silent auction, which brought in a larger profit for this fundraising event.

    Atria Senior Living provided the complimentary spaghetti, salad and bread for the evening. Club members brought their favorite desserts

  • Lye speaks at AM Rotary Club meeting

    The Hardin County AM Rotary Club President Daniel Tabb welcomes Dr. Adam D. Lye with the Hardin Memorial Hospital Cancer Care Center to the Jan. 24 meeting of the club. Dr. Lye discussed the positive differences being made in the fight against cancer, as well as the future relocation of the HMH Cancer Care Center to Robinbrooke Boulevard.

  • Funk speaks to Elizabethtown Rotary Club members

    Elizabethtown Rotary Club President Val Claycomb, left, welcomes special guest speaker Linda Funk, founding director of Warm Blessings, the local soup kitchen. Funk reported on the growing services provided by Warm Blessings and the upcoming Empty Bowls fundraiser. Some in the community have empty bowls; and some in the community strive to help fill those bowls.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club members gather to write annual reports

    Members of the Radcliff Woman’s Club who are involved in developing reports for the organization met Jan. 13 at Colvin Community Center to do the “write” thing. During the meeting, they reviewed report writing techniques and requirements.

  • Salvation Army appreciates community support

    Christmas isn’t over at The Salvation Army until we say “Thank you,” to the Hardin County community for your support of The Salvation Army’s Christmas Cheer Program. This year we provided toys and clothing to 245 children and Christmas dinners to 921people in Hardin County. This would have been impossible without the generous support of organizations and individuals giving of their time, energy and resources to make Christmas more cheerful for our less fortunate neighbors.