Today's Features

  • SORILLA. Army Pfc. Ysidro O. Sorilla has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. A 2008 graduate opf Central Hardin High School, he is the son of Daniella and Brian Mullins of Hinesville, Ga.

  • Cindy Gibson, Hardin County AM Rotary president, with Carl Howell, who was the guest speaker at the Sept. 28 meeting, and H.Y. David.

  • James Hilton Henderson will celebrate his 90th birthday Oct. 27, 2012.

    A lifelong resident of White Mills and Hardin County, he is a World War II Navy veteran and was a body shop foreman for Pate Motors, Tinsley’s Olds and Wilson’s Olds and Cadillac until his retirement. He now is a master tinkerer, gardener, avid fisherman and grandfather and great-grandfather.

    There will be a surprise open house from 3 to 5 p.m. Oct. 27 at Pritchard Community Center. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Please, no gifts.

  • Rolling Thunder Inc. Chapter Four Kentucky met Sept. 9 for the monthly membership meeting. Lorie Miller spoke of her gratitude of the Rolling Thunder organization. Her family was blessed with the Chapters presence during the illnesses and deaths of her Uncles Joe and Kenneth Mattingly at the VA hospital and later at the funeral home. Both uncles had liver cancer and were awaiting transplants. A certificate of appreciation was presented to her. 

  • Kelsey Tamayo, a 2007 graduate of John Hardin High School, attended the 2012 Brevard Summer Music Festival in Brevard, N.C. Tamayo won the 2011 Brevard Jan and Beattie Wood Young Artist Concerto Competition, which included a full scholarship for the 2012 Brevard Summer Music Festival. Her summer residency included performances with the Brevard Sinfonia, the Brevard Music Center Orchestra, marimba solo performances at the pre-concert opening season, a flute and marimba duet ensemble and the 2012 Premier Brevard Composer Concert Percussion Trio “ Too Many Cooks”.

  • Members of Pack 134, sponsored by the Vine Grove Optimist Club and lead by Cubmaster Randy Marvel, went camping at Fort Duffield on Oct. 12. Cubmaster Marvil said the den leaders taught the Cubscouts classes to learn about geology, geography, fire building, cooking, map and compass and old time crafts.

  • State Reps. Tim Moore and C.B. Embry recently visited with the Republican Party of Hardin County and gave updates in regard to ongoing committee meetings in Frankfort and the upcoming 2012 General Assembly session.

  • Members of the Radcliff Woman’s Club helped the city of Radcliff celebrate the colors of fall by participating in the Radcliff Days Parade on Sept. 22.

    Club members Yvonne High, Pat Nuccitelli, Becky Brecht, Moira Meyer and Florence Mason rode in a deep red truck driven by fellow member Sheila Enyart. The sides of the truck were decorated with banners depicting the club’s name, and the truck bed was highlighted by potted mums. Before the parade got underway, club member Emma Rosenkrantz came by to offer her support to the group.