Today's News

  • Nov. 16 Cecilia news


    Irene Dodson, 862-3808

  • Page - Howlett

    ASHLEY PAGE AND GENE HOWLETT   Steven and Marianne Page of Louisville and Bert Howlett and Betty Scott of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Ashley Page and Gene Howlett of Louisville. The bride-to-be, a 2006 graduate of the University of Kentucky, is studying for a master's degree in teaching at Bellarmine University.<

  • VFW donates to Radcliff fire fighters "Halloween Scavenger Hunt"

    Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10281 Commander Howard Hill presented a check to Gary Smart, a volunteer firefighter of the city of Radcliff. They will be hosting a “Halloween Scavenger Hunt” on Oct. 24 and this donation will help offset the costs of this event, held for special needs children in Kentucky.

  • Students of Kathy Cruse have recital

    The students of Kathy Cruse had a recital on Aug. 31 at College Heights United Methodist Church. Front row, from left; Alexis Boutwell, Lucas Miller, Maggie Miller, Olivia Martin, Andrew Snyder and Alex Weed; back row, Esther Stephens, Joyce Buggs, Jesse Conder, Emily Rogers and Alisha Harden.

  • Nov. 7, 2008: Obituaries


  • Radcliff Women visit Three Chimney's Farm

    As part of cultural awareness, Marilyn Williams, right, and Ethel martin of the Radcliff Woman’s Club visited the Three Chimney’s Farm in Lexington. The roster of the farm includes Slew O’ Gold, Seattle Slew, Smarty Jones, Point Given and Dynaformer, sire of 2006 Kentucky Winner Barbaro.

  • Nov. 16 Rineyville news


    Gail Pike, 737-2973

  • Adams promoted to senior airman

    ADAMS. Air Force Staff Sgt. Natascha R. Adams has been promoted to the rank of senior airman in the U.S. Air Force.

    Adams, a vehicle maintenance and analysis technician with two years of military service, is regularly assigned to the 1st Logistics Readiness Squadron, Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Va.

    She is the daughter of Ute Morant of Rineyville.

    The sergeant is a 2006 graduate of John Hardin High School.


  • Optimist International

    From left, Willie Lee, governor of the Kentucky-West Virginia District of Optimist International, meets with Donald Sievers, president of Optimist International.   Willie Lee recently met with Donald Sievers, president of Optimist International, at the first quarter meeting of the Kentucky-West Virginia District Oct. 17-19 in Louisville. Lee is a member of the Radcliff Optimist Club.

  • ECTC partners with Lincoln Trail Area Development District to provide assistance to Clayton Homes’ employees.

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College has partnered with Lincoln Trail Area Development District to provide assistance to Clayton Homes’ employees in Hodgenville. The manufacturing company announced its closure last month. Approximately 140 employees are affected.

    Rapid response sessions were held Oct. 29-30 at Clayton’s, where employees learned about unemployment, insurance and educational opportunities.