• Howevalley community news


    Andrea Sherrard 735-7845

    It’s hard to believe July already is here. Try to stay cool. Remember your outside pets. Protect yourself as well. Have a happy and safe July Fourth holiday.

    REUNION.The descendants of Walter Conder and Hazel Sharp will have a family reunion at 1 p.m. today at the Big Clifty Community Center, Highway 62 and 720. The meal is potluck. Bring a couple of your favorite dishes of food to share. For information, call Roger Pierce at 242-9686 or Ida at 358-5232.

  • Cecilia community news



    Irene Dodson, 862-3808

    Another year half gone, how does the time go so quickly? It seems with each year’s passing the next one goes a bit faster. This has been a very disastrous year for so many with tornados, flooding, fires, so many disasters of nature. We had 50-mile per hour winds here Monday afternoon, which tore up a shed near the home of our neighbor. Other than that, to my knowledge, this area has been fortunate in experiencing little damage this year.

  • Moodt graduates from basic training

    MOODT. Army Spec. Sara M. Moodt has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C.

    She is the daughter of Joseph Moodt of Elizabethtown and Grace Moodt of Adams, Tenn.

    Moodt graduated in 2003 from Fort Campbell High School and received a bachelor’s degree in 2010 from Troy University in Alabama.

  • Lions Club Supports Youth Through 4-H

    The Elizabethtown Lions Club was pleased to contribute to the Hardin County 4-H Program. 4-H is a community of young people across America, who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. Lion President Brian Dennis, left, presents a check to Marla Stillwell, county extension agent for the 4-H youth program in support of these goals.

  • USA Cares host motorcycle ride

    Bob Belknap, Development director of USA Cares and Richard Nickoson of the “Because We Care” Ride. Richard Nickoson and Staff Sgt. Mellissa Olson set up the USA Medac’s “Because We Care” ride for USA Cares. The event raised $1,116 to help local military and their families. There were 52 bikes that made the 150 mile round trip ride.

  • Berry greets P’Pool

    There was a “meet and greet” with Todd P’Pool, the Republican candidate for state attorney general, on June 14 at the Brown-Pusey House. P’Pool greeted Harry Berry, Hardin County judge executive.

  • North Hardin Project Graduation a huge success

  • Thanks to the community from Elizabethtown Tennis Commission

  • Redmond graduates from basic training

    REDMOND. Air Force Airman Christopher M. Redmond graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.

    He is the son of Michele Redmond of Radcliff and Christopher Redmond of Las Vegas.

    Redmond graduated in 2010 from Arbor View High School, Las Vegas.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club presents scholarship

    Suzie Broadwater of Education introduced Camille A. Turner, Radcliff Woman’s Club scholarship recipient at the June 13 meeting. Turner is a graduate of North Hardin High School and Gatton Academy and plans to attend University of Alabama in Birmingham as a junior as a result of credits received at Gatton. She plans to major in organic research and is from a family of doctors.