Today's News

  • Central Olympiad team exploring the ‘science of state’

    Central Hardin High School’s Science Olympiad once again proved it has the chemistry for success.

    The team won regional competition for the second year in a row and heads to the state competition April 30.

    After dominating regional competition last year, this year’s win was much tighter in terms of scoring, with more schools participating and less regionals experience on their team, coach Jonathan Fairbanks said.

  • 31W Bypass work to begin

    Rehabilitation work on a portion of Elizabethtown’s U.S. 31W Bypass is set to begin this week as contract crews execute an eight-phase project that will wrap up by the end of September.  

    Hall Contracting off Kentucky Inc. was awarded the project’s contract in December 2010 at a cost of $9.3 million.

  • Faces & Places: Yes, Senior Drill Sergeant Royalty

    You can read more about Sgt. First Class Royalty in the inaugural edition of On Post magazine. It is available on free distribution newsstands locally and inside this week's edition of The Turret, Fort Knox's weekly newspaper.

  • RPD searching for robbery suspect

    Radcliff Police are seeking the public's help in trying to solve two armed/strong robberies in the last week.

    Donut Express at 281 S. Wilson Road was robbed around 2 p.m. last Saturday while Mecks Gifts at 555 N. Wilson Road was robbed around 4 p.m. Thursday. The businesses are within a mile of each other.

  • Radcliff Rotary welcomes new member

    The newest member of the Radcliff Rotary Club is Dustin Humphrey. Humphrey is an attorney with Skeeters Bennett, Wilson and Pike in Radcliff. A Meade countian, Humphrey and his wife, Cindy, recently moved from the Cincinnati area.

    Gust speaker at the Radcliff Rotary was Mayor Tim Walker of Elizabethtown. The Mayor related to the club some of the projects currently working in E-town but stressed the idea of unity throughout the county; all cities and communities working together.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club attends Hosparus Tea

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club won the “Best Use of Theme” award at the Hosparus Tea and Auction held at Severns Valley Church on March 19. Maria Batistoni, Emma Day and Sandra Richardson worked together to decorate the three tables assigned to the club with objects that portrayed “Arts and Humanities.”

  • Glendale Lions name student of the month

    The Glendale Lions Club Student of the Month for March was Matt Brewer. Matt is a seventh grader at East Hardin Middle School and is the son of Jeffrey and Paula Brewer.

  • 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