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  • Just grillin'

    Rows of grilled chicken crackled and browned as Glendale Lions Club members wrapped up the final minutes of preparation before their big fundraiser for the year.
    The club hosted its annual chicken barbecue Saturday. The club invited the community to the Glendale Firehouse for a chicken dinner, complete with sides and a drink. The dinner serves as the club’s main fundraiser.

  • Homelessness count shows Hardin County in 31st

    Hardin County isn’t among the counties with the highest population of homeless, but it does rank in the top 15 for a couple of subgroups.
    Point-In-Time Count of the Homeless data for 2011 detail the population of those who are homeless in Kentucky counties. The count helps determine how much money is allotted to homelessness assistance in the state and determines progress toward the state’s 10-year plan to end homelessness.

  • Golf scramble planned to help Radcliff teenager

    The boy who captivated the city of Radcliff as its smiling junior mayor has found support in Elizabethtown as doctors plan to intensify his cancer treatments.

    The family of Andrew Holland, a Radcliff teenager battling a rare form of Ewing Sarcoma, was notified last week that doctors at Kosair Children’s Hospital plan to intensify his chemotherapy and add radiation in treatment of a disease they admit they know little about.

  • Photo: Rain in the clouds
  • Central Hardin takes talent to state baseball tournament
  • It's no act: Sears father-son team enjoy theater together

    For Father’s Day, many children are trying to find that perfect gift or just something to do with their father to make the day special. But for 13–year-old Brian Sears he has found a unique way to spend Father’s Day with his dad and much of the summer as well.

    Brian and his father, Dean, are members of the 53rd annual production of The Stephen Foster Story. The show runs nightly, except Mondays, at the historic My Old Kentucky Home State Park in Bardstown.

  • Army Cadet Command leader promoted

    After 31 years of serving in the U.S. Army, Col. Barrye L. Price wears a star on his shoulder. 

    In a ceremony Friday at Fort Knox’s Brooks Field, Price of the U.S. Army Cadet Command was promoted to brigadier general. He has served in every leadership position from company executive officer to deputy commanding general.

    Price has seen his career come full circle. It began some 31 years ago on the same grounds during what was known then as ROTC Basic Camp.

  • Berlin to Baghdad: Phillips found family, culture divides in Iraq

    War was a family affair for Kim Phillips.

    Now a civilian employee with U.S. Army Recruiting Command at Fort Knox, Phillips deployed as part of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom and spent a year in Iraq, where she was ultimately stationed with her husband on the same air field during a second deployment.

  • HMH, health department partner with 'The Biggest Loser' vet

    Hardin Memorial Health and Lincoln Trail District Health Department have joined forces with Kentucky native and “The Biggest Loser” alumnus Mozziz “Coach Mo” Dewalt in the launch of a health initiative aimed to get people moving and reverse unhealthy trends in the state.

    The Coach Mo-tivation Health Initiative kicks off Tuesday in Frankfort with a Walk for Obesity.

    First lady Jane Beshear will open the walk at 11 a.m. at Exum Center at Kentucky State University with the walk concluding on the steps of the Capitol at noon.

  • Area ministries getting children back-to-school ready

    Radcliff and Vine Grove spiritual leaders are trying to make a difference in the lives of families and the community.

    The Radcliff-North Hardin Ministerial Association is hosting an event to get every child from kindergarten through eighth grade ready to go back to school for free.

    Bridging the Gap: Back to School Explosion is from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. July 23 at North Park Elementary School in Radcliff.