Today's News

  • Thank you from Fair Pageant Committee

    The Hardin County Community Fair Pageant Committee would like to thank everyone who sponsored our pageants, through scholarships or donations. The success of our pageants is our community that so graciouly helped to make the pageants a great success. Thank you.

    Carol Jaggers, Exective Chairperson & Pre-teen

    Linda Thomas, Miss Hardin County

    Michelle Tonietti-Goodman, Miss Teen

    Alane Preston, Little Miss & Mister

    Diane Martin and Andrea Meyer, Princess and Prince


  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: LaRue County (08/15)



    The LaRue County Hawks were quite dandy on defense last year, which propelled them to a dynamite season.

    Behind statistically the best defense in the 13-team region – the Hawks allowed less than 0.85 goals per game – LaRue County notched its first postseason win before finishing 11-4-4 with a loss to top-25 Bardstown Bethlehem in the 9th District Tournament semifinals.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club holds July meeting
  • Crowley

    Allison Stokes and Phillip Crowley were married in a private ceremony in Las Vegas on June 1, 2010.

    The bride is the daughter of Leland and Darlene Stokes of Radcliff.

    The groom is the son of Bart and Judy Crowley of Radcliff.

    Family and friends celebrated the couple’s wedding on June 11, 2010, at the home of the groom’s parents.

    After a wedding trip in Las Vegas the couple reside in Lexington.


  • Local students attend KY Youth Seminar

    2010 Kentucky Youth Seminar participants back row from left, Marla Stillwell, Hardin County 4-H agent, Meghan De Amaral, Caleb Givan, Hannah Swartz and Patsy Whitehead, Nolin RECC. Front row, Garrett Gabhart and Maggie Mattingly.

    “Capitalizing on Cooperation” was the theme of the 2010 Kentucky Youth Seminar, KYS, held at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, and five local high school students did just that while gaining a positive experience at the state seminar for the American Private Enterprise System or better known as APES.

  • AUSA participates in Memorial Day Parade

    AUSA Fort Knox Chapter President Gene Gudenkauf waves to the crowd at the annual Memorial Day parade, sponsored by American Legion Post 113. President Abe Lincoln (Blake Proffitt) is the driver. There is one president chauffeuring another.


  • Justice Mission bikers make Warm Blessings stopover


  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: Meade County (08/15)



    Meade County lost a number of key pieces from last year’s team, but head coach Matt Pollock thinks the Green Wave may be able to reload, rather than rebuild.

    Though they are not a veteran team, the Green Wave shouldn’t have any problems with maturity or leadership this season as 10 of their 22 varsity members are seniors. That could come in handy as the team is looking to make up for lost time following a summer where practices were limited by the extreme heat.

  • Dixie Firefighters Association awards scholarships


  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: Fort Knox (08/15)



    Second-year Fort Knox girls’ soccer coach Liz Barnes knows it’s been a while since the Lady Eagles have won a 10th District game.

    Since picking up a 1-0 win over North Hardin on Sept. 9, 2002, the Lady Eagles are 0-53-1 against district competition. But with a solid mix of new and returning players, Barnes thinks her team can turn things around.

    An improved defense which allowed 61 goals last season is a big reason Barnes is optimistic the Lady Eagles will have a better season.