• Tiger Cubs tour HCECTV

    The boys from Pack 244 in the White Mills Tiger Cub den recently went on a “Go see it” outing to the Hardin County Educational Television Station in Elizabethtown.
    They learned all about broadcasting and filming aspects and also got to play a round of Wiz Kids with cub scout based questions.

  • Martins celebrate 60th anniversary

    Sterling and Josephine Martin celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Nov. 17, 2011.

  • Howevalley community news

    SNOW. Did you see the snow flurries last Tuesday? It didn’t last long though, it eventually turned back into rain. The temperatures have turned colder. It’s hard to think that Christmas is less than a month away. Have you started your shopping yet?
    Cory and I toured Christmas in the Park. It was beautiful.
    BAND. Central Hardin High School Band will perform in concert at 7 p.m. today at the Hardin County Performing Arts Center.

  • Community supporters make bowls for Warm Blessings’ Empty Bowls fundraiser

    Many community supporters have been making ceramic bowls for the upcoming Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen fundraiser and awareness event called “Empty Bowls.”
    Those attending will make donations for a soup meal supporting Warm Blessings and will receive an “Empty Bowl” to remind them that some people’s bowls are empty.
    The event is Feb. 11 at Warm Blessings. Bowls made by community leaders will be sold in a silent auction as an added fundraising effort.

  • Wesley Hilltop seniors gather for Rook tournament

    The Wesley Hilltop Seniors gather to play Rook each Thursday, but on a recent Thursday, they held a Rook Tournament. Winners were Jessie Mudd, left, and Distie Miller. Runners-up were Rose Lineberry, left, and Virginia Parrett.

  • Noon Rotary welcomes CHHS Students of the Month

    The Noon Rotary Club’s Central Hardin High School Students of the Month for October were Natalie Smith and Noah Wiersema.

  • Mayor Walker is guest speaker at Lions Club meeting


  • Scouts honored at first class banquet

    Eighteen First Class Scouts were honored at the Lincoln Trail District First Class Banquet on Oct. 27. Tony Rose, a survivor of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon, was the guest speaker.
    Eighty Scouts, parents and guests attended the banquet at the White Mills Christian Camp dining hall. Souvenir pocket knives were presented to the Scouts who had achieved first class rank since Sept. 1, 2010. Troops with First Class Scouts present included troops 134, 155, 233, 244, 600 and 829.

  • Auxiliary raises money for Wreaths Across America

    The Ladies Auxiliary of Ritchie-Trent American Legion Post No. 148 in West Point wanted to help raise money for Wreaths Across America, a non-profit organization dedicated to placement of live evergreen wreaths on the tombstones of veterans throughout America.

  • Gregory speaks to Ancestral Trails Historical Society on DNA

    At the November meeting of Ancestral Trails Historical Society, Melvin Gregory explained how DNA could be used in genealogy to break down brick walls that a genealogist may have. He used a PowerPoint presentation to explain the DNA program he used, explain-ing how it helped him discover new relatives, some from Great Britain.
    The next meeting of Ancestral Trails is at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Hardin County Public Library in Elizabethtown. There will be election of officers for the coming year, followed by the annual potluck Christmas party.