Today's News

  • Potted Few holds board meeting

    The administrative board of the Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club met on Sept. 7 at the home of club President Renate Gosser. The Board made plans for the upcoming club year, the monthly meeting on Sept. 15, and a fundraiser called Play Days on Sept. 30. The Potted Few Club was established in 1976 at Fort Knox and joined the Federation of Garden Clubs in 1977.

  • Pack 488 hits the trail

    Cub Scout Pack 488 of Radcliff recently went hiking at Saunders Springs in Radcliff.


  • Hatfield and Hawk celebrate birthdays

    Eunice Hatfield and Betty Hawk, both of Upton, celebrated a birthday on Aug. 15 with a surprise party at the home of Carrie Logsdon in Eastview. Mrs. Hatfield turned 80; Mrs. Hawk turned 75.

    Mrs. Hatfield was married to the late Willard Hatfield and Betty was married to the late Aaron Hawk.

    Mrs. Hawk has one daughter, Kelly Logsdon of Eastview; one granddaughter; and four great-grandchildren.

    Forty-seven family members and friends were present.


  • 9-26 Pets of the Week


    Pet of the Week

  • Sept. 27, 2010: Our readers write

    Where are the Blue Dog democrats?

    Conservative Democrats? Extinct.    

    The legislative branch of our federal government has been under Democratic control since 2006, and the executive branch since 2008. Since the “change” brought about by Democrats has not worked out so well for the nation, and the tide of thought across America is rejection of liberal policies, isn’t it interesting to observe how many Democrats are now describing themselves as conservative?

  • Sept. 12 Howevalley news


  • Woman’s Club holds monthly meeting

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown met on Sept. 3, at the Brown Pusey House. Amy Aldenderfer, Hardin County Extension Agent for Horticulture, gave the program entitled “Clothesline of Quilts in Hardin County, Kentucky.”

    Members were reminded of the Country Harvest Breakfast at 7 a.m., Oct. 23 at Pritchard Community Center. Tickets can be bought from members. They were also asked for items for the country store. Members donated used magazines for the Veterans Hospital in Louisville and bingo gifts for a local nursing home.

  • Memory Walk 2010 a dance to remember



    It’s said that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

    But a walk to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease Saturday morning kicked off with a funky beat and some high-energy dance steps.

    The 12th annual Memory Walk fell under a brilliant blue sky and hundreds of walkers who participated found themselves bathed in crisp, cool fall air upon arrival just before 10 a.m.

  • Sept. 26 South Hardin news


  • Sept. 26 Rineyville news