Today's Features

  • Patricia King is prepared to take on the role of postmaster at the U.S. Post Office in Radcliff and in some ways she’s been preparing for the role all her life.

    “I’ve always been one that loves to work,” said King, a Rineyville resident. “Coming to work has never been a challenge to me.”

    For about the past month, King has been the officer in charge of the office, awaiting finalization of the postmaster designation.

  • The Goldenrod Homemakers met Oct. 2 at the Hardin County Extension Office. Homemakers answered roll call to “Name your most memorable Halloween experience.”

    Mary Martin gave the lesson on “Bed Bug Prevention.” Nadine Bush was the hostess.

    The club will meet in November at the Hardin County Extension Office. Sue Logsdon will be hostess and Nadine Bush will lead the lesson.

    Members went out to lunch following the meeting.

  • Bluegrass JOOI Club Vice President Morgan Chambers, left, awards Jordan Tipple with the Volunteer of the Month Award for her achievements, volunteer service and service to the community.

  • Partner families from Hardin County Habitat for Humanity recently attended a maintenance clinic. Lowe’s conducted the clinic and the families learned useful tips on becoming a first-time homeowner. One of the prerequisites for purchasing a Habitat Home is to complete a clinic focused on the everyday upkeep of the new house. The families find the information useful and are quite anxious to put their new skills to practice.

  • The Radcliff Rotary Club recently made a $400 donation to the Wreaths Across America project, which places memorial wreaths on the graves of veterans nationwide. The donation will help pay for the 2,500 wreaths needed for Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff. Club President-elect Fran Rolwing presents the check to Ralph Reese, World War II veteran and Radcliff Rotarian.

  • Gloria Fite of Women with a Purpose of Radcliff presents a $200 contribution to Linda Funk, Warm Blessings executive board chair and program director, to benefit the program. Donations to the program support meals to people struggling financially, offers showers and the use of a washer and dryer to those in need, and the new meal delivery program to seniors.

  • Several members of the Potted Few Garden Club recently attended the Dogwood District meeting of Garden Clubs of Kentucky at the Lera B. Mitchell House in Glasgow.

    Among the recognitions, Renate Gosser accepted the Superiority Award for club member Lahoma Baymor. District Officers for the next year include Potted Few members Maritza Johnson as secretary.

    The next Potted Few monthly meeting is at 11 a.m. today, Nov. 14 at Caroline’s Alpine Haus in Radcliff with Caroline Moses as host and Renate Gosser as cohost.

  • The Republican Party of Hardin County was well represented and received at Towne Mall during its community Halloween bash. Thousands of children attended, along with their parents, for a festive occasion. A special thanks to the biggest kid at the bash, Ken Randall, for his leadership each year in this event.

  • The North Hardin Lions Club hosted the Radcliff City Council Chili Cook-off 2012 on Oct. 27 at Colvin Community Center. Individuals participating in the chili cook off were Edward Palmer, Doug Moulton, Barbara Baker, Don Yates, Jacob Pearman, Stan Holmes and a representative for Jack Holland. Participants brought their best chili recipe.

    Candidates were given a few minutes to share their vision and plans for the city of Radcliff if elected.