Today's News

  • Army Cadet Command leader promoted

    After 31 years of serving in the U.S. Army, Col. Barrye L. Price wears a star on his shoulder. 

    In a ceremony Friday at Fort Knox’s Brooks Field, Price of the U.S. Army Cadet Command was promoted to brigadier general. He has served in every leadership position from company executive officer to deputy commanding general.

    Price has seen his career come full circle. It began some 31 years ago on the same grounds during what was known then as ROTC Basic Camp.

  • Berlin to Baghdad: Phillips found family, culture divides in Iraq

    War was a family affair for Kim Phillips.

    Now a civilian employee with U.S. Army Recruiting Command at Fort Knox, Phillips deployed as part of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom and spent a year in Iraq, where she was ultimately stationed with her husband on the same air field during a second deployment.

  • HMH, health department partner with 'The Biggest Loser' vet

    Hardin Memorial Health and Lincoln Trail District Health Department have joined forces with Kentucky native and “The Biggest Loser” alumnus Mozziz “Coach Mo” Dewalt in the launch of a health initiative aimed to get people moving and reverse unhealthy trends in the state.

    The Coach Mo-tivation Health Initiative kicks off Tuesday in Frankfort with a Walk for Obesity.

    First lady Jane Beshear will open the walk at 11 a.m. at Exum Center at Kentucky State University with the walk concluding on the steps of the Capitol at noon.

  • BBB accepting nominations for Torch Awards

    The Better Business Bureau serving Louisville, Southern Indiana, and Western Kentucky is now accepting nominations for the BBB Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics.

    BBB hosts its annual Torch Awards event to recognize and honor those companies and non-profit organiza­tions whose business practices and related activities in the community exemplify the BBB’s mis­sion of advancing marketplace trust. The program awards businesses and non-profit organizations that maintain a solid commitment to conducting their business practices in an ethical fashion.

  • Dorsett graduates from basic training

    DORSETT. Air National Guard Airman Marquist A. Dorsett graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.

    He is the son of Michael and Kathy Dorsett of Elizabethtown.

    Dorsett graduated in 2007 from John Hardin High School in Radcliff.

  • 4-H club continues ham education

    4-H Livestock Club members Trent Thomas, Briann Williams, Orry Williams, Trent Barnes, Austin Barnes, Laetitia Langley and Leslie Langley recently traveled to Adair County for the second step in their Country Ham Projects.

  • Crown Jewels hold Bling Party

    The Crown Jewels met recently for a bling party. They are a group of ladies who were just looking for fun. They have slumber parties, dinner and movies, visit the Bourbon trail, have Italian night, hold Derby parties, visit the Hardin County History Museum and go on the Downtown Historical Walking Tour. Vera Davenport was named Queen for the Day and everyone else had to do anything she asked of them. They take turns as Queen.

  • Tourism bureau tours Patton Museum

    On June 6 members of the Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau and the Radcliff/Fort Knox Convention and Tourism Commission and guests enjoyed a guided tour of the General George Patton Museum on Fort Knox. The museum is the most visited tourist attraction in Hardin County.

  • KSP Officers honored at ceremony

    Four officers assigned to Kentucky State Police Post 4 in Elizabethtown received honors at the agency’s annual awards ceremony held in Frankfort on May 24. From left, Tprooper first class Norman Chaffins Jr. received a citation for meritorious service; Trooper Brad Riley was named trooper of the year for the post and Detective Jonathan Vaughn was named Detective of the Year for the post; and Trooper Seth Lee received a trooper’s medal award.

  • Area ministries getting children back-to-school ready

    Radcliff and Vine Grove spiritual leaders are trying to make a difference in the lives of families and the community.

    The Radcliff-North Hardin Ministerial Association is hosting an event to get every child from kindergarten through eighth grade ready to go back to school for free.

    Bridging the Gap: Back to School Explosion is from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. July 23 at North Park Elementary School in Radcliff.