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Today's News

  • Warm Blessings gets donation

    Pictured is Hardin County Honda Sales Consultant, Stan Mullins, as he presents $150 to Linda Funk, representative of the Warm Blessings soup kitchen. Warm Blessings was one of the local organizations included in Mullins’ “3 -Wins Partnership” charity promotion of the past three months. Each quarter Mullins makes a contribution to the non-profit organization voted on by his customers who participate in the 3 -Wins Partnership.

  • Alpha Phi Alpha has mentoring program

    Members of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., host its quarterly mentoring program Project Alpha at North Hardin High School. Pictured from left are Anthony Henderson, Craig Evans, George Hollins, Ulton Listenbee, Mr. McGrigg, Dr. James Baker, those that also attended but not pictured were Mr. King, Harold Tucker and Radcliff City Councilman Stan Holmes. The next Project Alpha will be in June.

  • Democratic Woman’s Club has March meeting

  • AUSA lunch has special guest

    Doug Adams is riding a bike across America in support of veterans. It’s called the “Duty, Honor, America Tour” and he’s logged a lot of miles already on this 16,000 mile quest. He was in Kentucky last week and attended the AUSA luncheon. For more information visit www.DutyHonorAmerica.com.

  • RPD gets cameras from county attorney

    Hardin County Attorney’s office presented Radcliff Police Department with digital cameras for each officer on the department. This gift aids Radcliff Police Department in better evidence collection and presentations in court proceedings. Pictured from left is Mayor J. J. Duvall, Captain Kenneth Mattingly, Hardin County Attorney Jenny Pitts Oldham and Chief Jeffrey Cross.

  • 'Source Code' is a relief from mediocrity

    Making its way through the mediocrity of March and April film releases, "Source Code" is a refreshing relief.

    Jake Gyllenhaal ("Love and Other Drugs") plays a soldier who is taken through the Source Code to try to find a bomber responsible for a train explosion and to prevent a second, deadlier bomb in Chicago.

    Because this is a whodunit story with a science-fiction twist, everything isn’t exactly what it seems.

  • Theater paves yellow brick road to recovery

    A chalked yellow brick road leading to the ticket booth Saturday at the Historic State Theater will be part of the “The Road to Recovery” for 3-year-old Addison Jo Blair.

    The 2 p.m. Saturday matinee showing of “The Wizard of Oz” will include a collection box in the lobby for those wishing to donate to Blair, who is battling cancer.

    Tickets for the movie are $5.

    Blair has been the focus of numerous fund-raising events in the area. “The Wizard of Oz” is Blair’s favorite movie.

  • Playhouse actors dig into 'Agnes of God'

    "Agnes of God" is not an easy play, the cast members admitted. It’s difficult to watch and often difficult to act but sometimes, they said, difficult is necessary.

    The play, written by John Pielmeier, centers on Dr. Martha Livingston, Mother Miriam Ruth and Sister Agnes, played by Hardin County Playhouse actors Kerrie Lewis, Dee Corkran and Kaity Paschetto respectively.

  • Education foundations merging

    Two area education entities are combining their goals and resources as Hardin County Educational Foundation and North Central Education Foundation will become one.

    Steve Arel, president of the Hardin County Educational Foundation, said organization representatives began considering a merger years ago, but the Hardin County organization was busy fundraising for the Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School and plans to merge were dropped.
    Then the economy made things hard for the Hardin County organization as money began to dry up.

  • E'town native at heart of Fort Benning information fair

    Military members, civilians who work with the military and their families have plenty to think about when they make one of the many moves often associated with their careers.

    Linda Brady, director of communications and outreach for the Greater Georgia Chamber of Commerce and The Valley Partnership, said she has fielded questions as large scale as housing options, school standards, job availability and quality of life. She also is asked about smaller details that are just as important to families, such as children’s sports league, and churches.