• Christian Women’s Connection has July luncheon

    The Elizabethtown Area Christian Women’s Connection’s bi-monthly luncheon was held at Stone Hearth Restaurant on July 9.

    Approximately 50 ladies from Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Hodgenville, Vine Grove, Cecilia and Leitchfield attended. The guest speaker was Janis Price, a national Stonecroft Ministries speaker.  She spoke on the “ABC’s of Successful Living.”  In addition, Nora Sweat, a local author, spoke about herrecently published book.

  • Warm Blessings receives donation

    Members of the Central Hardin FFA hosted a luncheon to recognize the benefits of grants provided to FFA groups involved in the Farm Journal Foundation’s special initiative, “Fighting Hunger in Communities.” The initiative is intended to help reduce food insufficiency in communities and provide more nutritious foods for those at risk. Each group spoke about their particular project.

  • FOP Lodge installs new members

    Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 39 W.R. Burns in Radcliff installed two new members at the July 12 meeting. From left, Vice President Wayne Fleming, new members Samantha Spears and Ruby Calloway; and Treasurer Adrienne Meyer. Meetings are held at 7 p.m., the first Thursday of the month at 168 Vine St., Radcliff. For more information contact Pat McElvaney, 352-7822.

  • White Mills News

    CELEBRATIONS. Edward Copelin celebrated his 89th birthday on July 1, 2012, with his wife, Willella and 39 of their family members who attended. Some of those attending were his sister, Tammie Hill; his children, Willadean Logsdon and family and Eddie Copelin and family; and nieces and nephews, Danny Lee and family, Marjorie Riggs and family and Don Hill and family.

  • Cecilia News

    What a relief we have had from the heat this week, at this writing, Tuesday, we have had little rain about .1” Sunday evening, but others had more and yet others none.

    We are still watering our garden. And have been picking oodles of blackberries, and still many more. If we get a good rain the later ones will be nicer than what we have picked so far, though most are pretty nice berries. We like fruit juice with our breakfast, and since our grape vine hasn’t been producing the past couple of years. I decided to make blackberry juice.

  • Howevalley News

    JULY. Not a lot to say about the weather except it is still hot and dry. Hopefully by the time you read this we will have gotten some much needed rain in our area.

    NEWS ARTICLE. Nora Sweat featured Betty Jo Richardson in the “Taste” section in The News-Enterprise. She lived with her late husband Hubert many years ago in Howevalley and later moved closer to town. My mom remembers what a good cook Betty Jo is.

  • Stephensburg News

    Hello everyone, I hope you all are doing well. The weather is still hot but with the coming to town we all know it hopefully means rain and maybe cooling down a bit.

  • Rineyville News

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include David Wiseman, Rose Webster, Ron Blair, Robin Schroeder, Glenda Brangers, Brandon Bewley, Byrar Nall, Kelly Dowdell, Maggie Anglin, Joyce Nall, Branden Vincent, Will Davis, Lilianna Brangers, Hannah Kuhn, Debbie Berenbroick, Curmet Meadows, Mary Margaret Vittitoe, Jeffrey DeWitt, Jesse Reesor, Mark Thomas, Judy Bishop and Robin Gruenke.

  • South Hardin News

       Well we actually had a little rain this week but the garden is withering away. I picked a watermelon this week and it was very tasty but I fear the rest will die before they ripen unless we get more rain. If anyone knows a rain dance, I hope they have been dancing!

    BIRTHDAYS.    Happy birthday wishes go to Carla Simpson, Steve Dailey, Elaine Bryant, Houston Cruse, Evelyn George, Danna Stanton, James Alvey and Sarah Mary Routt.

  • Moore Appointed To Air Force Academy

    On June 28, Caleb Moore, a recent graduate of FAITH Homeschool in Elizabethtown, entered the  U.S. Air Force to begin Basic Cadet Training. The son of Tim and Amy Moore, Moore was appointed along with 1,033 applicants from across the United States to attend the  U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. More than 12,000 students applied to the Air Force Academy this year. Applicants are selected based on academics, athletics, leadership, character and must be nominated by a U.S. senator or congressman or the vice president.