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  • Nalls celebrate 30th anniversary

    Luther and Barbara Whidby Nall of Radcliff will celebrate their 30th anniversary today, April 6, 2014.

    They were married April 6, 1984, at Valley View Baptist Church in Vine Grove.

    Mrs. Nall is a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She is a longtime civil service employee at Fort Knox and plans to retire this fall. She is a member of Valley View Baptist Church.

    Mr. Nall is retired from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. He also is a member of Valley View Baptist Church in Vine Grove.

  • Nall – Sargent

    Sarah Beth Nall of Glendale and Thomas Sargent of Sonora announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of David and Linda Nall of Glendale.

    The prospective groom is the son of Timothy and Carrie Sargent of White Mills.

    The wedding is at 1 p.m. May 10, 2014, at Glendale Christian Church with a reception to follow in the fellowship hall of Highway of Holiness Church in Eastview.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

  • RSBA celebrates second anniversary of Joshua’s Friends

    Family and friends gathered to celebrate the second anniversary of Joshua’s Friends with a special Radcliff Small Business Alliance birthday ribbon cutting. Joshua’s Friends and Your Best Life Now Counseling principals, DR TJ and Liz Kimble hosted a celebration for attendees that featured free chair massages by Stillness Therapeutic Massage and door prizes including homemade fudge and a necklace from Heather Nagel’s Premier Designs jewelry. Maureen Kubash of CocoMoe Photography and RSBA photographer Anne Flanagan documented the event for the Kimbles.

  • AM Rotary Club meeting highlights Hardin County Schools
  • Bryant presents program at Nine Patchers Quilt Guild meeting

    The Quilt Guild enjoyed the March program at Nolin RECC with speaker Bobbie Smith Bryant, a native Kentuckian, born in the Black Patch of Calloway County.  She has written a book, Passions of the Black Patch, Cooking and Quilting in Western Kentucky, and her presentation shared her family stories about working the land in western Kentucky and how quilts figured into the tracking of her family ancestry.

  • Hardin County Republican Women’s Club members participate in Bowl For Kids Sake
  • Radcliff Optimists support CASA

    Pictured with Optimist Club of Radcliff President Anthony Conder, are CASA Advocate Coordinators Debbie Smith, center, and Caitlin Embrey, right. They spoke at a club meeting about their organization, CASA of the Heartland.  They do an amazing job caring for those kids that can easily get “lost in the system.”

  • Stitchers learn about Underground Railroad Quilts

    During the March Stitchers Quilt Guild meeting the members were treated to a talk by Martha Claycomb on Underground Railroad Quilts. Quilts were used as signals to those traveling the Underground Railroad.

  • Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma celebrates Spring

    Sings and thoughts of spring abounded in the silent auction items at the March 8 meeting of Mu Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International.

    Members bid on and purchased 45 different donated items in the annual fundraiser to benefit the recruitment grant which benefits a young woman entering the educational profession. Becky Bishop and Kim Shumate coordinated the auction.

    President Lois Pierce conducted the meeting. Members made preparation for Alpha Gamma State convention scheduled for April 11-13 in Paducah.

  • Johnson graduates from basic training

    JOHNSON. Tre’von M. Johnson, graduated from basic military training and AIT at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.

    He is a 2013 graduate of North Hardin High School.

    He is the son of Pamela Johnson and the grandson fo Martha and John Dinwiddie.