• 6-4 Cavalry Regiment to case colors

    Troops of the 6th Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team will case their colors during a ceremony at 1 p.m. Friday at Brooks Field at Fort Knox.

    The ceremony is a tradition that signals the unit’s readiness for its upcoming deployment to Afghanistan.

  • No Ordinary Spouse Day set

    No Ordinary Spouse Day II, consisting of the Engagement Skill Trainer, obstacle course/litter carry and rappelling, is from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday April 12 near Smith Physical Fitness Center. The event is open to all military spouses and Department of Defense spouses of the Fort Knox community. The intent of No Ordinary Spouse Day is developing a day that is motivational and fun and builds esprit de corps.

    Spouses interested in participating should contact their unit’s point of contact for a registration form. Each unit has allocated slots.

  • Snider graduates from basic training

    SNIDER. Private 1st Class Erin Nicole Snider, 18, of Elizabethtown, graduated from U.S. Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., on March 15.

    While in training Private 1st Class Snider achieved the rifle marksmanship badge. Following 10 days home on leave, she will report to Camp LeJeune in Jacksonville, N.C., for one month of military combat training, then to Military Occupation Specialty school in California.

    Snider is the daughter of Christy R. Snider of Elizabethtown and the late Neil W. Snider.

  • EPD educates FAITH students
  • Tea Party celebrates roots of liberty
  • North Hardin Lions donate to Vine Grove Elementary
  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown attends Hosparus Tea

    The Hosparus Tea was held March 16 in the auditorium of Severns Valley Baptist Church with an attendance of approximately 300, including members of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown.

    The patrons were served tea and other items by celebrity servers, including Retired Col. Larry French and Retired Col. Larry Mengel, husbands of present and immediate past presidents, Betty Sue French and Martha Mengel.

  • Bathrick speaks to Radcliff Rotary Club

    Lt. Col. Stacy Bathrick was the latest to participate in the “Know your Rotarian” series with Radcliff Rotary Club. Bathrick, a Louisville native, wife, mother, soldier, aviator, public affairs officer for the U.S. Army Human Resources Command, distinguished Paul Harris Fellow and Radcliff Rotarian presented the story of her life in a fast-moving account. She enthralled her audience with her delivery and intriguing story.

  • Claycomb completes P.E.T.S Training

    Val Claycomb, president-elect of the Rotary Club of Elizabethtown completed the three-day rotary multi-district training session March 24 in Nashville, Tenn. Mid-South P.E.T.S. or Presidents-Elect Training Seminar is a multi-state training session of the six rotary districts in Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee.

    Consisting of well known exceptional speakers, informative roundtables, discussion groups, detailed district training sessions, fellowship and networking, the purpose of P.E.T.S. is to have the best prepared, most enthusiastic club presidents in the rotary world.

  • Democratic Woman’s Club attends Hosparus Tea