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Today's Features

  • Howevalley
    Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 270-735-7845
    KENTUCKY WEATHER. Warmer days have arrived. Temperatures have reached in the 80s. It kind of nice, but I wonder when the really hot weather will arrive. Our air conditioner went out during the cooler days but is now fixed just in time for the warm days.
    POLITICS. Congratulations to all the winners in the Primary election.

  • The Radclif Woman’s Club had a dynamic duo serve as guest speakers for the April 14 meeting.
    Guest speaker Bryce Shumate and Adrian Bambini addressed the group about the city of Radciff.
    Shumate, a Radcliff Police Officer, told club members about the Radcliff Police Department’s need for a large goose neck trailer. In an attempt to secure funding for the transport, he’s appealing to various civic organizations for assistance.

  • Chapter 1050 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees met in early May for the quarterly potluck lunch before the business meeting.
    After lunch, members received information on the latest local and national legislative initiatives. More information is available at the NARFE websites, kynarfe.org and narfe.org.
    The NARFE national convention is Aug. 24 through 28 in Orlando, Florida, with Willie and Berlie Little attending as Chapter 1050’s representatives.

  • In a ceremony March 8, the POW/MIA Flag Guard presented Joha Slinger, Dion Morgan, Jason Nalley, David Nelly Jr, Jerry Whitaker and Roger Milliner of Pleasure Ridge Park Fire Districts eight fire stations plaques in recognition of their outstanding citizenship for honoring veterans by proudly displaying the POW/MIA Flag.

  • American Legion Department Auxiliary President Pat Reynolds and Department President Robert Bryant welcome National American Legion Commander Daniel Dellinger and his wife, Margaret, to American Legion Hardin Post 113 Elizabethtown for a dinner and a chance for members to speak with him about issues concerning veterans and their families.

  • Ria Malito, The Potted Few Garden Club, presents an orchid plant to Hardin County Public Library Circulation Manager Charlotte Bragdon for the month of May. Potted Few members take monthly turns placing a floral design or live plant in a public venue of their choice to encourage the appreciation of nature. The Garden Club meets the third Wednesday morning of the month for a business meeting and programs of interest. For information, call Marilyn Ardisson at 270-307-8670.

  • The following cases of Driving Under the Influence and the resolution of those cases are found in Hardin District Court. ADE is an abbreviation for Alcohol Driver Education, BAC is the Blood Alcohol Concentration reading, KAPS stands for Kentucky Alternative Programs. A service fee is added to all DUIs and court costs are added to all charges. Birth year is in parenthesis.

  • The Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Biology Club students hosted a trail clean up on the Greenspace Buffalo Lake trail April 26. Led by Dr. Cindy Dixon and Cheyenne Morgan, ECTC students, friends and family worked to remove trash litter from the environment for several hours.