• Potted Few garden members place arrangement at Barr Library

    The Fort Knox Potted Few places a flower design or plant in a community public place each month to encourage the appreciation of the beauty of nature. Pictured are Potted Few Garden Club member Lahoma Baymor with Fort Knox Barr Library Director Michael Steinmacher. The next meeting is at 10 a.m. Sept. 19 at the home of Jean Janes in Elizabethtown with co-host Jane Tabacchi. Janes will provide a workshop about how to arrange flowers in a common container or vase. To attend, call Anneliese Knoll at 352-0484.

  • Dennis speaks at Optimist Club of Radcliff meeting

    Mae Knight, center, president of the Optimist Club of Radcliff, presents Lonnie Dennis, along with his wife, Kim, a certificate of appreciation for being the guest speaker at the club meeting Aug. 28. Dennis is the new principal at North Hardin High School.

  • Scouts celebrate 100 years with participation in Heartland parade


    Celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouting, troops 1555, 495, 488, and 1143 participated in the 2012 Heartland Festival Parade. These Girl Scout troops are led by Katie Steele, Tesia Rivera, Gretchen Lovelady and Sabrina Ward.

    The float was driven by Eric Steele.

    In 1912, Juliette Gordon Lowe gathered a small group of girls together in Savannah, Ga., with the vision of growing girl leaders in America who would have courage, confidence, character and make their communities a better place to live.

  • Herron continues involvement with Warm Blessings


    Having already been involved with Warm Blessings first Empty Bowls fundraiser, Kristian Herron began her 400 hour practicum in February 2012. According to Linda Funk, executive board chair of Warm Blessings, “Kristian has been invaluable during these months creating an electronic information system for volunteer information, assisting with other events, working with and advocating for patrons, updating the Resource Guide and contributing to the development of a meals on wheels delivery to shut-ins which will start this month.”

  • Cruisin’ the Heartland sponsors recognized

    The City of Elizabethtown and Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau thank sponsors of Cruisin’ the Heartland 2012 of the $1,000 level and higher including Edward’s Recycling, not pictured.

  • Homecoming queen candidates announced at Bethlehem High School

    Bethlehem High School homecoming queen candidates for football homecoming 2012 are seniors Ashton Ballard, Nicole Riney and Makayla Samarus. The homecoming court includes juniors Addie Alm and Mackenzie Hagan; sophomores Sarah Russman and Mary Wimsett; and freshmen Kaitlyn Lentz and Hannah Selph. Coronation of the homecoming queen is at half time of the homecoming football game today, Sept. 14. The Bethlehem Eagles will host the Ludlow High School Panthers in the Homecoming game beginning at 7:30 p.m.

  • Yancys celebrate 50th anniversary

    Stanley and Delores Ray Yancy of Dade City, Fla., will celebrate their 50th anniversary Sept. 15, 2012.

    They were married Sept. 15, 1962, at Fort Knox.

    Mr. Yancy retired as a first sergeant after 32 years of U.S. Army and National Guard service. He is a member of Calvary Assembly of God in Dade City.

    Mrs. Yancy retired from Pasco County Schools and also is a member of Calvary Assembly of God.

  • Floyd recognized by Glendale Lions Club

    Kenneth Floyd was honored for 60 years of dedicated service to the Glendale Lions Club on Sept. 6. He joined in December 1951 and has since remained an active member. He has demonstrated a commitment to being of service to others and the community consistent with the Lions motto, “We Serve.” Pictured with Kenneth Floyd is Club President James Jeffries.

  • RPD dispatcher Riney completes safety dispatch basic training class

    Radcliff Police Department Dispatcher Stacy Riney recently graduated from the Department of Criminal Justice Training Public Safety Dispatch Basic Training Class No. 83. Riney successfully completed the 5-week, 205-hour Criminal Justice Information System Public Safety Dispatch Academy. Students graduating from the academy represent the successful completion of a highly structured and comprehensive curriculum. As a result, each dispatcher is prepared to meet the ever increasing demands expected of today’s public safety dispatcher.

  • Broadway harvests great pumpkin

    Gary Broadway of Vine Grove recently harvested a pumpkin that weighed more than 200 pounds.