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Today's News

  • Nutrition program provides free meals for children during summer

    sbennett@thenewsenterprise.com
    School is out for summer, but Hardin County Schools is still providing free lunch to area children.
    The county school district is participating in the Summer Food Service Program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture through the state education agency.
    Starting today, the meals will be provided free to all children younger than 18. Adults must pay $3.50.
    Four program locations are open to the public: John Hardin High School, Central Hardin High School, North Hardin High School and North Park Elementary.

  • Butler prepares for deployment

    BUTLER. Every year, thousands of military men and women deploy to the Middle East where they live and work under austere conditions in some of the most remote areas of the world. All of this while being on a continuous lookout for whatever attack an enemy force may make. The son of a Radcliff man recently experienced a glimpse of what life over there will be like when he spent a month at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif. For two weeks he lived and worked in tents while under a constant threat of simulated attacks.

  • Yarnell graduates from training

     Army National Guard Private First Class Joshua L. Yarnell has graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga.

    He is the son of Becky Yarnell of Cecilia and Dennis Yarnell of  Louisville.

    Yarnell is a 2010 graduate of Central Hardin High School in Cecilia. 

  • Piano students have recital at First Christian Church

     Kitty DuPlessis’ piano students recently held a Spring Recital at First Christian Church. From left, front row, Paul Brosky, Madeline Brosky, Natalie Schory and Meg Fiepke Row; second row, Forest Kuenzli, Claire Godfrey, Grace Farmer, Tori DuPlessis and Anne Adams; third row, Kaitlyn Senay, Gabriel Kuenzli, Laura Hinkle, Olivia Lupresto, Emma Godfrey and Riley Eriksen; and fourth row, Kitty DuPlessis, Beth Adams, Rebecca Hinkle, Clara Wilson, Marianna Godfrey, Mary Adams and Taylor Senay. 

  • Nikolic students have spring recital

    Music students of Mila Nikolic performed in their 2011 Spring Recital on May 19 at the Plum Alley Theatre in Elizabethtown. Piano and vocal musical pieces were classical or popular or Broadway themed. Bo Cecil added dramatic dimension with lighting effects and Janet Gebler was the announcer.  

  • Johnson speaks to Rotary about HMH

    Dennis Johnson of Hardin Memorial Hospital was the guest speaker at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on May 31. He gave an update on how the hospital is performing. 

  • Warm Blessings prepare for rummage sale

  • AUSA presents national citation

     Fort Knox Chapter of AUSA President Gene Gudenkauf presents an AUSA National Citation to Ray Cottrell and Ray Cottrell Jr. recognizing Ray’s Ford’s 30-year continuous active AUSA membership. Cottrell has been one of the longest and strongest supporters of AUSA. 

  • Radcliff Rotary helps with Hooray for Heroes

    Recently Radcliff Rotarians assisted on the serving line at the Hooray for Heroes event honoring the military and their families.

    Guest speaker at a recent weekly meeting was Brad Richardson, Executive director, Hardin County Chamber of Commerce.He spoke on the BRAC related road construction projects currently or soon to be underway throughout the county; in particular the 313 Extension and the new Radcliff-Elizabethtown connector.He also said to look for changes on 31W to help ease the ever increasing traffic flow. 

  • Elizabeth is finalist in Pre-Teen Kentucky Scholarship and Recognition Program

     Elizabeth McMichael, daughter of Crystal Poe and Robert McMichael of Hodgenville, has been selected as a finalist in the Pre-Teen Kentucky Scholarship and Recognition Program on July 1-3 at the Hyatt Regency in Lexington.