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  • Nealy graduates from basic training

    NEALY. Air Force Airman Qurtez X. Nealy graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio. A 2012 graduate of North Hardin High School, he is the son of Donika White of Vine Grove.

  • Etherton graduates from basic training

    ETHERTON. Army Pfc. Margaret D. Etherton has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. A 2011 graduate of Hardin County High School, she is the granddaughter of Michael Clagett of Lebanon Junction.

  • VFW donates to Veterans Assistance Center

    Member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 10281 voted to make a $500 donation to the Vine Grove Veterans Assistance Center.

    According to Ralph Martinez, center team leader, “The Vine Grove Veterans Assistance Center assists veterans, survivors and dependents applying for veterans’ benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Administration and the Department of Defense.” The team members are veterans themselves, who have prepared training materials and informational handouts and distribute them to individuals seeking help.

  • AUSA honors leadership team

    Kentucky Association of the U.S. Army President Gene Gudenkauf, third from left, presents a membership award to the leadership team of Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System, front row from left, Leslie Flechler and SueAnne Brooks and back row, Debbie Ditto, Kathie Noel, Chuck Webb, Michael Ruley, Felicia Haycraft and Sandra Ray. The award recognizes continuous 10-year membership in AUSA

  • Stephens honored at NAACP Freedom Funds Banquet

    10th District State Sen. Dennis Parrett, NAACP President Donna Smalls and Radcliff City Council-member Stan Holmes congratulate Jeannette Stephens for receiving the Civil Rights Advocate Award at the NAACP Freedom Funds Banquet.

  • VFW Post No. 10281 provides community support
  • American Legion hosts 2013 Homecoming

    From left, Department of Kentucky Service Officer Randall Fischer, Department of Kentucky Commander Robert Bryant, Department of Kentucky Auxiliary President Patricia Reynolds and Elizabethtown Hardin Post No. 113 Commander Al Maruszewski gather at the 2013 Homecoming for the state of Kentucky on Sept. 7. Hardin Post No. 113 of Elizabethtown, the largest American Legion Post in the state of Kentucky, was honored to host the homecoming.

  • St. Vincent de Paul representatives participate in Heart Chase

    Marilyn Bickett, Donna Petry and Nancy Schramm represent St. Vincent de Paul in the Heart Chase at Hardin Memorial Hospital. They finished eighth out of 20 teams.

  • Brownie Girl Scouts get history lesson

    Brownie Girl Scout Troop 1558, third-graders from St. James Catholic Regional School, was joined by Samuel Haycraft and Gen. George Custer for a history lesson of Elizabethtown and took a mini-tour of downtown’s landmarks. 

  • Cornell speaks at Radcliff Rotary Club meeting

    Radcliff Rotary Club President Fran Rolwing, right, welcomes Rotarian Janelle Cornell, who continues the “Know your Rotarian” series using a unique Bingo approach to her life story, which has included many twists and turns. She is a mother of three, a business woman, active in her children’s’ activities, a fishing enthusiast, boater and finds time for fantasy football. Cornell is manager of Duplicator Sales and Service Inc. in Elizabethtown.