Today's News

  • Allegro Dance Theatres welcomes guest teachers from the Louisville Ballet

    From left, front: Raven Farrell, Dominique Lewis, Victoria Gruenfelder, Mary Kate Elliott, Alice Zagar, Caitlin Kowlaski, Anna Ronkainen, Abi Elliott; back row: Morgan Hulen, Kerry Skiff, Mahalia Meinshausen, Mackenzie King, Katherine Meinshausen, Amanda Diehl-Hulen, Kaity Paschetto, Stephanie Howard.

    Allegro Dance Theatres welcomes guest teachers from the Louisville Ballet

  • Howell-Dikeos

    Alan and Kim Howell of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ashley Ann Howell of Independence to Nicholas John Dikeos of Independence.

    The bride-to-be has a bachelor’s in elementary education and a master’s as a reading and writing specialist. She is a third-grade teacher at Kenton County Schools.

    The prospective groom has a bachelor’s in psychology, a master’s in educational and counseling psychology and a licensure in license professional counselor associate. He is a therapist.

  • Downs - Newton


  • Democratic women participate in Relay for Life

    Members of the Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club participated in Relay for Life on June 5 and 6 at North Hardin High School as part of their on-going commitment to public service. For information on the club, call Joann Winkenhofer at 737-6295.


  • CLP class of ’99 has celebration


      The Community Leadership Program Class of 1999 gathered for an event on the Star of Louisville to welcome incoming president Janet Perkins.  

  • Club presents scholarships to NHHS students

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club works hard to raise funds for numerous community activities. Some of the major money-making projects are the International Taste of Radcliff Cuisine, catering chamber of commerce and realtors’ luncheons, and now, through the efforts of Radcliff Woman’s Club President Margo Kampe, preparing meals twice a month for the Rotary Club.

  • Club learns how to care for and display family pictures

     The Goldenrod Homemakers met May 12 at the home of Alice Bennett. Minnie Miller gave a lesson on how to care for and display family photos; it was based on a program given on April 29 at the LaRue County Cooperative Extension office. Members brought old pictures and passed them around at the meeting.

    On June 9, the club members met at the home of Donna Means for their annual picnic.

  • Hicks-York



    Michele Jones-McEachern of Elizabethtown announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Ursula Mercedes Hicks of Elizabethtown, to Michael C. York of Crystal Springs, Miss., son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young of Crystal Springs.

    The bride-to-be is a graduate of Central Hardin High School. She currently attends the University of Louisville and will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in human development and work force leadership in August. She is employed at UPS in aircraft maintenance.

  • Kisselbaugh-Hallas



    David Kisselbaugh Jr., and Charlotte Kisselbaugh, both of Radcliff, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Marie Kisselbaugh to Michael John Hallas Jr., both of Louisville.

    The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of David Sr. and Connie Kisselbaugh and Rodney Oiler, all of Elizabethtown, Joann Polkowski of Holyoke, Mass., and Joyce Josephs of Radcliff. She is a 2006 graduate of North Hardin High School and is a senior at Bellarmine University majoring in education.

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