Today's News

  • Howevalley community news


    Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 735-7845

    RAIN RAIN GO AWAY. I think we are all tired of the rain, even though we know there is a purpose for it. Just think if it was snow. How many inches would we have? Temperatures now are feeling more like winter. Bundle up and keep warm.

    BAND. A large crowd attended the Central Hardin High School Band concert Dec. 5 at the Hardin County Performing Arts Center.

    ROOK. Rook is played at 7 p.m. each Thursday at the Howevalley Vertrees Community building. Everyone is welcome.

  • Stephensburg


    Betty Pullen, 862-4844

    Hello everyone. I hope all of you are getting in the Christmas spirit and remember the reason for the season.

    It’s a time to remember all the loved ones who have passed on, the sick, the homeless, the little children who have no one to love them or care for them, the ones in the nursing homes, our soldiers, men and women, who serve for our freedom. There is so much to remember and be thankful for. I hope through this season we can remember all the good things and help out the ones who are not so blessed.

  • South Hardin community news

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    Well, there hasn’t been any accumulating snow yet, but hopefully there will be snow on the ground for Christmas.

    BIRTHDAYS. Happy birthday wishes go to Braden Gary, Lisa Smith, Janice Branstetter, Mary Hamm, Raymond Roberts, Abbey Sorrells, Mary Fritz, Pam Leasor, Eugene Hornback, Joe Oliver, Mary Rizer, Donnie Cooper, Steve Ash, Monica Reed, Allison Cardin, Brandon Hunt, Donnie Skees, Janie Middleton, Lanie Ramsey, Alex Todd and Amanda Kitterman.

  • Rineyville community news


    Gail Pike, 737-2973

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays includes: my husband Bobby, my granddaughter Carley Williams, Travis Renfro, Paul Brangers, Terry Perry, Ange Deaton, Karen Crewz, Kathy Morehead, Sandy Wiseman, Scott Blair and Julia Holeman.

    SPECIAL BIRTHDAY. Carol Padgett will celebrate her 60th birthday Wednesday.

  • Cecilia community news


    Irene Dodson, 862-3808

    We have had unusual weather this year. According to the weatherman, the wet year record has been “smashed to pieces” as he put it. This being the wettest year on record with approximately 5 and ½ feet of rain during the year. Even with all that rain, we had a drought sandwiched in there. Earthquakes, floods, tornadoes many places, which took many lives, besides the horrendous amount of damage done.

  • 4-H Equestrian Drill Team competes in Lexington

    From left, Erin Cunningham, Kelsey Cunningham, Alexis Skaggs, Sarah Cleaver, Coach NeVelle Skaggs, Kaylee Simmons, Breanna Tucker and Walton Brown.

    The Hardin County 4-H “Company B” drill team recently traveled to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington to compete in the Bluegrass Bash drill team competition.

    There were 10 teams from Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio and Georgia participating in various categories including 4-H Nationals, Youth and Adult classes.

  • 4-H Club Fun

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  • Club has Youth Recognition Ceremony

  • Tanner receives Star Young Student Award

    Five-year-old Tanner Skaggs was given the Star Young Student Award from The Music Studio of Terry Strange for his accomplishments on his music studies. Tanner is the youngest student enrolled at the studio and has worked extra hard on his music lessons. The award was given by instructor and owner Terry Strange.

  • Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System appreciates support

    As we enter this season of giving and gratitude, I want to take this opportunity to thank the very generous and kind supporters of Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System and United Way of Cen-tral Kentucky.