• Rotary, Rotaract Clubs complete service project at Mission Hope for Kids

    On July 6, the Hardin County AM Rotary Club and the Rotaract Club of Greater Hardin County volunteered at Mission Hope for Kids in Elizabethtown to design and create a new learning center classroom that will be used by children in kindergarten through 12th grade. The service clubs donated its time and money to paint, clean and organize the room, as well as purchased school supplies such as posters, books, bean bag chairs and other resources for the classroom. David Gibson of Gibson’s Painting volunteered his time and effort to assist with the service project.

  • Coopers support Helping Hand of Hope

    Helping Hand of Hope Executive Director David Dozer accepts a significant donation to the new building fund from Mr. & Mrs. Bob Cooper, who have pledged their continued support. The Coopers have been supporters for more than 23 years. Mr. Cooper was head of the finance committee for North Hardin Hope when it raised funds to build its existing building in Radcliff. He served on the board of directors for North Hardin Hope and remains supportive of the mission. To donate, contact David Dozer, 270-769-3092.

  • 4-Hers Eat Right, Exercise Right, Live Right at day camp

    By Jordan Bramblett and Marla Stillwell


  • Meyers prepares Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown’s budget

    Judy Meyer, newly elected treasurer of the General Federation of Woman’s Clubs of Elizabethtown, works on the upcoming year’s budget. After two members passed away and three did not renew their membership for various reasons, there were six new members and the club has not only maintained its membership of 88 members, but exceeded it to 89 members.

  • Hardin County Fair Pageants appreciate support

    The Hardin Count Fair pageants chairwoman would like to thank everyone who participated, supported and sponsored the beauty pageants. To all of the winners, we wish success at the state pageants.

    We would like to thank all of the past queens who came to help celebrate the 50th anniversary. It was a great evening.

    Thank you to Jenna Walters, state winner 2013. Great job.


    Carol Jaggers, coordinator and chairwoman, Miss Pre-teen

    Linda Thomas, chairwoman, Miss Hardin County

  • Kalmey visits AM Rotary Club members

    Hardin County AM Rotary Club President Daniel Tabb, right, welcomes Ed Kalmey, Rotary district governor, to the July 26 meeting.

  • St. James VBS students volunteer at Warm Blessings


  • Radcliff Woman’s Club hosts melon party

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club sponsored a melon party July 19 at North Hardin Health and Rehabilitation Center.

    Activities Director Pam Switzer, with the help of the food services members, prepared the watermelon and cantaloupes.

    Nancy Shores, Mollie Mahoney and Florence Mason of activities brought the residents to the dining room to interact during the melon party.

    North Hardin Health and Rehabilitation Center employees took a few minutes to come to the dining room during the party.

  • Wades named Feeding America’s August Volunteers of the Month

    Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland Volunteers of the Month for August 2013, Alexander Wade, third from left, and his father Steven Wade, third from right, are flanked on the left by Jimmy Nunn, volunteer center manager, and Vickie Abshire, warehouse lead, and on the right by Warehouse Associate Jordain Edmonds and FAKH Executive Director Don Fulford.

  • Historical Society dedicates new marker

    On July 25, Hardin County Historical Society president and secretary Judy French and Charlie Skees dedicated the interpretative marker for the Phillip Arnold building on the Square. “The Great Diamond Hoax of 1872” book tells of the fraud Arnold and his cousin ran on some of the great men of the 1870s. The book, written by Ron Elliott, is available at the Brown-Pusey House, Hardin County History Museum, Cobbler’s Cafe, D & J Antiques and Trino’s.