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  • Vine Grove Class of ’59 holds 50th reunion

    Standing, from left, Don Berry, Bill Roberts, David Gilbert, Jerry Miller, Ray Hawkins, Sylvia Hargis Smith, Frankie Carter Fisher, John Vititoe, Darryl Hutcherson, Ron Samuels, Robert Barry, Ed Medley, Larry Clark, Paul Woods, Marie Riley Brown, Sam Kemp and Don Skeeters. Seated, from left, Sylvia Givens Eubank, Phyllis Jones McDonald, Margaret Miller Campbell and Susan Shelton Robinson.

  • UK Alumni Association Hardin County Club holds freshman sendoff

    The University of Kentucky Alumni Association Hardin County Club recently held its 2nd Annual Freshman Sendoff. Club members, a UK Admissions Officer and four UK Cheerleaders, welcomed 25 students and their families from Hardin and Grayson Counties who plan on attending UK in the August. The 100 attendees enjoyed pizza and door prizes provided by the club and donated by Kennedy Bookstore and First Federal Savings Bank.

  • Goldenrod Homemakers have picnic

    The Goldenrod Homemakers met June 9 at the home of Donna Means for the annual picnic. The group had lunch  and played games in the afternoon. The next meeting is Sept. 8 at the home of Sue Logsdon.


  • Stillmans win Yard of the Month for July

    The Vine Grove Woman’s Club’s Yard of the Month for July award went to Carol and Dennis Stillman at 315 Lincoln Street. They have many beautiful hibiscus and other flowers in their yard.

  • AUSA celebrates Army's 234th birthday

    On June 12, the Fort Knox Chapter of AUSA celebrated the Army’s 234th birthday with a luncheon at the Fort Knox Leaders Club. Cut 1: Cutting the birthday cake, from left, Col. David Teeples, Lt. Col. Stephen Koopmeiners (the oldest active-duty soldier on Fort Knox), Maj. Gen. Don Campbell, AUSA President Otis Fox, Pvt. Samantha Samples (the youngest active-duty soldier on Fort Knox) and Command Sgt. Maj.

  • ATHLETICS: Area coaches complete online safety course (07/31)

    By GREG CREWS gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com With more and more high school athletes suffering heat-related injuries, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association has added yet another measure to try to curb the problem. In March, the Kentucky Legislature called for the creation of a safety course for all high school coaches and assistants, and earlier this month the KHSAA launched a

  • Jadelyn places in area beauty pageants


    Jadelyn Mae Peters, 10-month-old daughter of Chris and Ashley Peters of Cecilia, recently competed in America’s Best Beauty Pageant, winning first runner-up; she also won prettiest eyes, best personality and most photogenic.

    Jadelyn also competed in the Hardin County Fair pageant where she placed first runner-up, and in White Mills Days and Stephensburg Days pageants, winning first place in her age division in both pageants.

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  • South Hardin Lions Club install new officers

    South Hardin Lions Club recently held installation of new officers for the 2009-10 year. Back row from left, Reva Richardson, Tony Bishop, Carol Ferguson, Sandy Constant, Mick Kennedy and Sean O’Neal; front row, Stella Souleyrette, Paul Constant and Autumn O’Neal.


  • MOWW and MOAA Recognize ROTC Fort Knox Summer Camp Cadets

     The Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) and the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) recognized cadet outstanding achievement by participating in the Fort Knox ROTC Leaders Training Course (LTC) graduation ceremonies held at Brooks Field on Fort Knox on July 4. The LTC is conducted only at Fort Knox for students who elect to enter the Senior ROTC program in their junior year.     The MOWW medal, ribbon and certificate was presented