• Jury speaks to Optimist Club of Radcliff members

    Ed Cardiff, treasurer of the Optimist Club of Radcliff, presents guest speaker Lori Jury with a certificate of appreciation. Jury, the recreation director for the city of Radcliff, spoke to the club about activities available to youth in the community, to include swim lessons, upcoming lifeguard training, the ball parks, Saunders Springs Nature preserve and more.

  • Hardin County Fair pageant registration set for May 28

    Registrations for this year’s Hardin County Fair Pageants are from 6 to 7 p.m. May 28, at the Hardin County Fairgrounds.

    Contestants must reside in Hardin County and will need to provide a copy of their birth certificate at time of registration. The pageants are July 8 through 13 during the fair.

  • Schmidt Family Foundation supports Greenspace

    On May 2, Jan Schmidt, representing the Schmidt Family Foundation, presented a substantial check to Greenspace Inc., Elizabethtown’s non-profit organization that builds and maintains the Greenbelt system of hiking and biking trails throughout the city. Schmidt and her late husband, Bill, have long been strong supporters of Greenspace. Accepting the check for Greenspace were Treasurer Ed Sprague and Board Member Joan Noel.

  • Sims speaks at Radcliff Rotary Club meeting
  • Hardin District Judge Shumate addresses DAV Chapter 003 members

    Hardin District Judge Kimberly Winkenhofer Shumate was a special guest of DAV Chapter No. 003 at its March meeting at Pritchard Community Center. Shumate addressed members and described the new Veterans Court that soon will be piloted in Hardin County. She advised Jefferson County was selected to serve as the urban model while Hardin County was selected for the rural model of the first Veterans Courts in Kentucky.

  • Local judges participate in Spring Judicial College

    At the invitation of the chief justice, Kentucky judges recently came together for a joint two-day college to focus on a variety of topics of interest to trial court and appellate judges.

    The Administrative Office of the Courts hosted a Spring Judicial College for Supreme Court justices and Court of Appeals, Circuit Court and District Court judges April 23 and 24 in Lexington.

  • NARFE members attend convention

    Several Elizabethtown NARFE Chapter No. 1050 delegates attended the Kentucky NARFE Federation Convention April 9 through 11 in Bowling Green. The theme was to “Live Healthy in Retirement,” and personal trainers were on hand to encourage delegates to keep moving to prevent complications from aging and being inactive.

  • Tiotuico receives Outstanding Teaching Award at piano festival

    Carina Tiotuico, of Elizabethtown, received the 2013 Outstanding Teaching Award at the 15th Annual Morehead State University Piano Festival and Monster Concert. Each year, one piano teacher is recognized based on the level of preparedness, talent and professionalism of their students in both ensemble and solo genres.

  • Optimist Club of Radcliff welcomes Anderson as new member

    Optimist Club of Radcliff President Jackie Banks, right, and Willie Lee, sponsor, left, present a new member packet and pin to James Anderson.

  • Potted Few Garden Club Executive Board plans for coming year

    The Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club Executive Board gathers to plan for the 2013-14 Club year to include field trips and community visitations. The club will meet at 10 a.m. today, May 15, at the Elizabethtown home of Bonnie Gunter with Ria Malito as cohost. After the business meeting, members will “Take a Walk on the Wild Side” at the Elizabethtown gardens of Doug and Janet Gebler. For information, call Bonnie Gunter, 769-5005.