• McCawley speaks about Warrior Transition Battalion at Optimist Club meeting

    Chaplain Capt. Michael McCawley, center, spoke to the Optimist Club of Radcliff about his work at the Fort Knox Warrior Transition Battalion and was presented with a certificate of appreciation by the club for his dedication to the welfare of the community. The Fort Knox Warrior Transition Battalion provides leadership, complex case management, and primary care to enable wounded, injured, and ill soldiers to return to the fight or successfully transition to civilian life as a veteran. He is pictured with Sara McCawley, left, and club president Jackie Banks.

  • Ginder graduates from basic training

    GINDER. Air Force Airman 1st Class Christopher J. Ginder graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio. A 2008 graduate of North Hardin High School, he is the son of Christopher and Myra Ginder of Radcliff.

  • Davis earns title of Marine

    DAVIS. Marine Corps Pvt. Mitchell F. Davis, son of Sarah Wilson of Bowling Green and Frank E. Davis of Hodgenville, earned the title of U.S. Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island, S.C.  He is a 2012 graduate of Warren Central High School in Bowling Green.

  • Brownie Girl Scout Troop 1558 deliver cards at Hardin Memorial Hospital

    Second-graders from St. James Catholic Regional School in Brownie Girl Scout Troop 1558 deliver handmade get-well cards to patients on the pediatric and skilled care units at Hardin Memorial Hospital. While there, they visited the onsite chapel and received a history lesson on the large murals hanging throughout the lobby area.

  • Knights of Columbus, Riasok Shrine Club present donation to Kosair Charities

    Members of the Elizabethtown Knights of Columbus and the Riasok Shrine Club present a check from this year’s 48th annual Brotherhood Banquet to Randy Coe, CEO of Kosair Charities. This year’s event raised $23,156 to help Kosair Charities’ efforts to care for children in need of assistance.

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown donates books
  • Dietitians visit Mission Hope for Kids
  • Radcliff Woman’s Club members gather for April meeting

    Members of the Radcliff Woman’s Club met April 8 with conservation in mind.

    The main attraction for the meeting was a special presentation by Bonnie Gunter of the Potted Few Garden Club. As she spoke to the group, Gunter created an herb salad and explained that the components of the dish were vegetables and herbs, which are easily grown in one’s garden or in one’s own flower pot. Rather than spending gas and energy running to the market, items can be grown in one’s own backyard.

  • Woman’s Club members donate books

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown celebrated National Library Week April 14 through 20 by donating gently used books to both the Vine Grove Woman’s Club and the Radcliff North Branch of the Hardin County Public Library.

    Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown helped begin the Hardin County Public Library in Elizabethtown in its early beginnings at the Brown-Pusey House and a bookmobile that traveled over the county. In 1960, the Hardin County Public Library became a reality and the club was recognized for its efforts by the city of Elizabethtown.

  • Randy Culver receives highest award in Royal Rangers

    Randy Culver of Radcliff has earned the Royal Ranger’s Gold Medal of Achievement. The GMA is the highest award available to boys in kindergarten through 12th grade. Royal Rangers is a mentoring ministry for young men that has a merit-based curriculum consisting of skill and Bible merits. Randy will be honored at a special ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Gloryland Harvest Church in Radcliff. He is the first young man to be awarded the GMA at Royal Ranger Outpost 757.