• Richardson graduates from Academy of Police Supervision

    Sgt. Josh Richardson, center, recently attended and graduated from the Academy of Police Supervision. He is pictured with Don Pendleton, right, deputy commissioner of DOCJT, and guest speaker David Pillar, far left, major with Henderson Police Department. The (APS) Academy of Police Supervision, also referred to as the sergeant’s academy, is a three-week, 120-hour training program for newly promoted sergeants or officers who are on their agency’s promotion list.

  • Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys and Girls Ranch opens for 37th year

    The Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys and Girls Ranch summer camping program opened for the 37th year June 10, with boys in attendance. The camp runs throughout the summer, serving both boys and girls, alternately throughout the camp season.

  • Knights of Columbus presents donation to ARHHC

    Elizabethtown Knights of Columbus Council 1455 recently presented $3,337 to ARHHC Inc. for operation of Project LEARN. This project funds ongoing program services to developmentally disabled citizens of Hardin County. Clara Harrison, president of ARHHC Inc. receives the check from Jim Skees, Tootsie Roll Drive chairman. ARHHC Inc. also received a contribution of $1,000 from the Kentucky Knights of Columbus Association for Mentally Disabled Inc. in March 2012.  The 2012 Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive is Oct. 20 and 21.

  • Ancestral Trail members learn grave dowsing technique

    The July meeting of the Ancestral Trails Historical Society recently was held at Elizabethtown City Cemetery, where grave dowsing was illustrated. Many found they could do it when shown, such as Joyce Miller. Looking on is Mary Jo Evans and Mary Decker. The next meeting is Aug. 3, when Susan Dyer will discuss the historic Holt House in Breckinridge County.

  • Necessary joins staff of Campbellsville University

    Scott Necessary of Campbellsville has been employed at Campbellsville University as director of dual credit and assistant to the vice president for admissions, according to an announcement from Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of Campbellsville University.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club members host melon party

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club has its name imprinted on permanent objects such as the benches at the North Hardin Public Library, North Branch in Radcliff.

    The club also has its name imprinted in the hearts of area residents, such as those living at North Hardin Health and Rehabilitartion Center. On July 6, the club sponsored a melon party at the facility.

  • Atria plans school supply drive

    Atria Senior Living in Elizabethtown will have a school supply drive from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 1 at Atria Senior Living, 133 Heartland Drive, Elizabethtown. 

    School supplies collected will be distributed to local Hardin County students in need. For information, call 360-8001 or visit atriaseniorliving.com.

  • Master Gardeners gather for June meeting

  • Eagle Scout complete project at Rineyville Community Park

  • Stitchers enter quilts in Hardin County Fair

    Many members of the Stitchers Quilt Guild entered quilts and other items in the Hardin County Fair. Thirty-one ribbons were won by members on quilts, including Brenda Arnett pictured with her Best of Show winning quilt. The Heartland of Kentucky Quilt Show, hosted by the guild, is Sept. 21 and 22, where you will see these award-winning quilts and many others.