• Glendale Lions name student of the month

    The Glendale Lions Club Student of the Month for March was Matt Brewer. Matt is a seventh grader at East Hardin Middle School and is the son of Jeffrey and Paula Brewer.

  • Warm Blessings gets donation

    Pictured is Hardin County Honda Sales Consultant, Stan Mullins, as he presents $150 to Linda Funk, representative of the Warm Blessings soup kitchen. Warm Blessings was one of the local organizations included in Mullins’ “3 -Wins Partnership” charity promotion of the past three months. Each quarter Mullins makes a contribution to the non-profit organization voted on by his customers who participate in the 3 -Wins Partnership.

  • Alpha Phi Alpha has mentoring program

    Members of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., host its quarterly mentoring program Project Alpha at North Hardin High School. Pictured from left are Anthony Henderson, Craig Evans, George Hollins, Ulton Listenbee, Mr. McGrigg, Dr. James Baker, those that also attended but not pictured were Mr. King, Harold Tucker and Radcliff City Councilman Stan Holmes. The next Project Alpha will be in June.

  • Democratic Woman’s Club has March meeting

  • AUSA lunch has special guest

    Doug Adams is riding a bike across America in support of veterans. It’s called the “Duty, Honor, America Tour” and he’s logged a lot of miles already on this 16,000 mile quest. He was in Kentucky last week and attended the AUSA luncheon. For more information visit www.DutyHonorAmerica.com.

  • RPD gets cameras from county attorney

    Hardin County Attorney’s office presented Radcliff Police Department with digital cameras for each officer on the department. This gift aids Radcliff Police Department in better evidence collection and presentations in court proceedings. Pictured from left is Mayor J. J. Duvall, Captain Kenneth Mattingly, Hardin County Attorney Jenny Pitts Oldham and Chief Jeffrey Cross.

  • Donation made to Western Kentucky Veterans Center

    Military Heart Heartland Chapter 767 Senior Vice Commander Robert E. Hedrick and Finance Officer Benjamin L. Cooper presented a donation of $600 to Cathy Son, activity director, and residents James Knug and William Cavanah representing Joseph “Eddie” Ballard Western Kentucky Veterans Center organization in support of military veterans in Hanson.

  • Scouts wash cars to benefit Amercian Red Cross

    Nine-year-old Wyatt Sherrard, representing Hodgenville Cub Scout Pack 151, presents a $722 donation to Sharon Thompson, manager, Hardin/LaRue American Red Cross. The Scouts held a car wash March 19 to raise money for the American Red Cross, designated for the victims of those affected by the Japan earthquake/tsunami of March 11.

  • Games speaks to AM Rotary Club members

  • Glover earns Distinguished Alumna Award

    South Carolina State University recently presented Dr. Linda Thomas-Glover with a Distinguished Alumna Award at its 115th Founders’ Day Celebration in Orange-burg, S.C.

    Thomas-Glover, a native of Orangeburg, took over as the fourth president of Eastern Shore Community College June 1, 2009. Prior to that, she was at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College in Elizabethtown, where she served as provost/CAO for 5 years.