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Today's News

  • Oct. 11 White Mills

     

  • Gootee graduates from AIT

    Pvt. 3 Michael T. Gootee graduated from Advanced Individual Training on Aug. 20, 2009, at Fort Jackson, S.C. as a wheeled vehicle mechanic. He received a promotion upon his graduation. He will be stationed at the Boone Center in Frankfort as part of the Kentucky National Guard.

    Gootee is the son of George and Charlene Gootee of Radcliff.

     

  • Networking Women members learn self defense

    At the September Networking Women of the Heartland meeting, Sarah Lenihan, a black belt in Taekwondo and club treasurer, teaches Sheila O’Mara, club vice president, how to defend herself against an attacker.

  • Weller speaks to Radcliff Rotary Club members

    Dave Weller was Rotarian Charlie Fraley’s guest at a recent meeting of the Radcliff Rotary Club.

  • Visiting the pocket knife museum

    Pack 604 Wolves Den 3 visited The Kentucky Museum of American Pocketknives at Red Hill Cutlery recently. Front row, Samuel McDonald, Joshua Sedlak, Kobe Howell and Brandon Bost; middle row, Dylan Mounce, Carl Bauer, Mariah Sedlak, Evan McClure and Brennan Boone; back row, Mr. Basham.

     

  • Oct. 11 Rineyville news

     

  • Boy Scouts march in Autumn Daze Parade

     

  • Lions Club welcomes guest speaker

    Ryan Woodruff, center, grandson of Lion Jim Woodruff, right, was guest speaker at the Sept. 8 Elizabethtown Lions Club meeting. He spoke about Hardin County Teen Court, which has operated under the direction of Judge Kimberly Shumate for 12 years to handle cases of teens who have committed misdemeanor offenses, with exception of vandalism. Those who follow through with the verdict and recommendations of the court have their records expunged. Vice President Lion Brian Dennis, left, also is pictured.

     

  • Oct. 18, 2009: Obituaries

    Harold Thomas Allen

    Harold Thomas Allen, 71, of Buffalo, passed away Friday, Oct. 16, 2009, at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown.

    He was a member of Mount Tabor Baptist Church in Buffalo, retired from civil service at Fort Knox and was a U.S. Army veteran.

    He was preceded in death by his parents, Ruel and Catherine Druien Allen.

  • Youngest winner ever

    Lexus Gonterman and her horse, Bully, won the Senior Poles at this year’s Kentucky State Fair Quarter Horse Show. Lexus, who turned 11 in July, is the youngest person to win such a title. She is pictured with her parents, Roger and Melissa Gonterman, and her sister, Jessie Gonterman, all of Sonora, and her grandparents, Lloyd and Maxine Triplett of Irvington. Her grandparents celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary the day before Lexus’ big win.