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Today's News

  • Civil War Re-Enactment Hosted By DAR

  • Radcliff Rotary honors student guests

    The Radcliff Rotary honored its student of the month, Hunter Raj, during its regular, Thursday noon meeting. Hunter is a junior at North Hardin where he participated in a wide variety of sports. Combined with excellent academic credentials he plans to leverage his love of science and sports by pursuing a career in sports medicine. He has his  “college eye” set on UK or the University of Texas.

  • Albano speaks to Elizabethtown Lions Club

    Elizabethtown Lions Club President Ron White, left, welcomed Lion Bill Albano, international past president of the North Hardin Lions Club and current District Zone chairman and district chair for Leo groups, as the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Elizabethtown Lions Club. Albano expounded on the International Lions Club president’s theme, “I Believe,” stating that it takes courage, commitment and action to serve as a Lions Club member

  • Goldenrod Homemakers have October meeting

    Alice Bennett, president of the Goldenrod Homemakers Club, presents Larry Crawford with a copy of “Recipes from the Heart” for his help with the club’s White Elephant Sale.

    The Goldenrod Homemakers met Oct. 11 at First Baptist Church of Eastview with 25 in attendance, including two visitors. The meeting was hosted by Sue Sydnor and Mary Martin.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club hosts reception for sister city

    Radcliff Woman’s Club hosted the reception for the Radcliff-Munster Sister City program on Oct. 17.

    Mayor J.J. Duvall addressed the audience by saying that although he was not much older than the students, he was happy to greet them and to present them with gifts. With the assist of city council member Ed. Palmer, Duvall gave the eager visitors backpacks filled with mementos and “I love Radcliff” t-shirts and bumper stickers.

    On behalf of Fort Knox Tourism, Sheila Enyart gave each a replica of the gold brick housed at the Fort Knox Gold Vault.

  • Wreaths Across America returns to honor fallen vets

    Fallen veterans once again will be honored this Christmas season in Hardin County.

    The Wreaths Across America program returns with a 10 a.m. ceremony Dec. 10 at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff, said Donna Betson, the organizer of the program locally and founder of the Kentucky Patriots. Betson said 2,000 wreaths will be laid as part of the ceremony this year.

    It is yet another increase for the program, now in its third year. About 1,000 wreaths were laid at the cemetery the first year and 1,500 were placed last year.

  • HMH nabs national consumer choice award

    Hardin Memorial Hospital was one of three hospitals in Kentucky to receive a consumer choice award for top-notch healthcare based on a consumer survey issued by the National Research Corp.

    It is the second year HMH has nabbed the honor, joining The Medical Center in Bowling Green and Baptist Hospital East of Louisville on the list of Kentucky hospitals chosen this year.

    “This is indicative of the thought and seriousness we place on the care of the patients,” said Hardin County Judge-Executive Harry Berry.

  • Heartland Dulcimer Club hosts Traditional Music Festival

    The Heartland Dulcimer Club presents its 17th Traditional Music Festival Friday night and again today at the Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown.

    Each year the event draws 100 to 150 music enthusiast to learn new skills, improve techniques and listen to accomplished artists in their craft.

  • PAC holds auditions to populate 'Our Town'

    Actors and actresses are being sought to populate “Our Town” as the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center hosts auditions for the pro-am production Friday.

    Written by Thornton Wilder, “Our Town” offers a glimpse into some of the lives of residents of a small New Hampshire town.

    Auditions are 5 to 9 p.m. at the PAC at John Hardin High School. Those auditioning will read from the script, and materials are available in advance at the PAC office.

    All 15 roles, children and adults, are available.

  • Coat drive to become annual event

    The Radcliff Rotary Club’s second winter coat drive is expected to continue annually to provide coats to those in need.

    The community service project is sponsored by the Radcliff club with the help of the other two rotary clubs in the county and Helping Hand of Hope.

    Radcliff Rotary Club members decided after collecting more than 400 coats last year to make the collection a yearly event to meet community need. They hope to make the project larger next year, club member Jeff Peden said.