Today's Features


    More than 2,000 children are expected to start school at Fort Knox on August 2. They will benefit from our initiatives titled Transforming Teaching and Learning in our 21st Century Schools.

  • Mayor Tim Walker named July as Youth Theatre of Hardin County month and presented the proclamation to Bill Marsee, Youth Theatre Board president; Devin Henson, alum 2009-10; current member Claire Crusott; and Betty Marsee.

  • On May 20, The Lincoln Trail Area Master Gardeners, represented by Cecila Thomas, presented Christie Funkhouser with gardening supplies to help celebrate her Habitat for Humanity home in Elizabethtown.

  • Radcliff Rotary Club members recently celebrated the installation of new officers at the annual installation banquet. Following a buffet dinner at Caroline’s Alpine House in Radcliff, new officers for the 2012-13 Rotary year were sworn-in by Magistrate Doug Goodman. Incoming President Dr. Gail Phoenix presented her predecessor with a gavel plaque in recognition of his year of service. Niel Atcher was named Rotarian of the year and Mike Enlow became a Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary’s highest honor.

  • Members of the Elizabethtown Police Department, family members, Hardin County Ambulance Personnel, guest Greg Milby from WQXE and Linda Fox and Denise Brown from E’town Swim and Fitness Center recently participated in the annual Torch Run for Special Olympics.

  • There was a lot of horsing around at the June 10 Radcliff Woman’s Club meeting. The current president of the Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs has chosen to utilize a picture of the horse as a symbol of the federation this year.

    To bring recognition to the horse theme, Anne Aubrey, assisted by Pat Nuccitelli and Florence Mason, hosted the Radcliff membership to a fun “dingy dinner.”

  • The disciplines of personal responsibility, courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control and an indomitable spirit are not only what Grandmaster Bobby Sheroan practices in Tae Kwon Do and other martial arts, but also what he’s practiced in work and family life.

    After graduating with the last graduating class of Vine Grove High School in 1962, Sheroan went to General Motors training school in Cincinnati and worked as the service manager at a local Buick dealership.

  • This month’s “One of Hardin County’s Finest Cooks” is a lady who goes way back in my life. She and my mom were band boosters at West Hardin High School while my sister, Carolyn, and her daughter, Diana, were in the Laker band. I also was in high school with her son, Michael, who is a year younger than me.

    Congratulations to Betty Richardson, who once lived in Howevalley, west of Cecilia, on Ky. 84 and now lives comfortably off U.S. 62 in Elizabethtown.

  • J.B. Tiotuico’s love for music truly has been inherited.

    J.B., 11, has been studying the piano since he was 6 years old, and is now passing on his skills to his own student. Tiotuico inherited a love of and gift for music from his mother, Carina, who has taught piano for 24 years and studied it in college.

    His interest in the piano started at a very young age, she said. He took to the instrument immediately and has since won several awards.

    “He had, really, a nice interest,” Carina said.