Today's News

  • Club hosts student ambassadors and civic delegation from Munster, Germany

    At the Oct. 12 meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club, club members greeted student ambassadors and civic delegation from Munster, Germany. Also present were the host families of the students and local citizens with ties to Germany.

    Patty Carey, chairman of the Radcliff Sister-City Program, introduced the student ambassadors and their host families. Also introduced were Herr Kohte, mayor of Munster, and Herr Engel and Frau Engel whose son and daughters have been here previously as student ambassadors.

  • Radcliff Optimist club installs new officers

    Cut 1: Jill Rayburn, 2008-09 club president, presents Frances Lee with Optimist of the Year award.

    Cut 2: Rep. Tim Moore presents Jill Rayburn with Kentucky Colonel distinction.

    Cut 3: Rep. Tim Moore presents Dennis Rayburn with Kentucky Colonel distinction.

  • Women With a Purpose make donation to Parkway Elementary School


    In keeping with their numerous service projects, Women With A Purpose members decided to donate a check for $300 to Parkway Elementary School for use in the Family Resource Center. Julie Bodnar, coordinator of the Family Resource Center, received the check from Portia Petties. Women With A Purpose civic and social club of Radcliff is committed to helping the community. The organization expresses appreciation to the community for its support in the group’s fashion show, Christmas sales, etc.


  • Glendale Homemakers serve more than 800 cups of chili at Glendale Crossing Festival

    Stirring up chili at the Glendale Crossing Festival, from left, Gale Young, Pat Mueller, JoEllen Thomas, Leola Buckles, Peggy Larue, Pat Halcomb, Janet Steller, Wanda Karger and Maxine Warnshuis.

  • Reid graduates from basic training


    REID. Air Force Airman Letitia A. Reid graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. She is the daughter of Tammy and stepdaughter of Errol Sweet of Radcliff.


  • Jenkins, Rogers and Ward all graduate from military programs

    JENKINS. Ashley A. Jenkins graduated from the Army ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) Leader Development and Assessment Course, also known as “Operation Warrior Forge,” at Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Wash. Cadets in their junior and senior year of college must complete the leadership development course. Upon successful completion of the course, the ROTC program, and graduation from college, cadets are commissioned as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army, National Guard, or Reserve. She is the daughter of John H. and Barbara I.

  • Holmes speaks at Bowling Green NAACP celebration

    Local members of NAACP attended Bowling Green/Warren County’s NAACP’s 90th year celebration since the chapter begin. Pictured are Ms. Hicks, Andrena Phillips, Radcliff City Councilmember Stan and Pamela Holmes. Councilmember Stan Holmes was the keynote speaker.

  • Rudds to be sworn in as citizens



    Ron and Millie Rudd, both 79, of Howevalley will be sworn in as United States Citizens today, Oct. 30, at the Federal Building in Louisville. They are originally from England. They are members of the Howevalley Ruritan Club and Rough Creek Baptist Church.

    A pot luck meal will be served in their honor at Rough Creek Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009, hosted by the Country Critter Homemakers Club where Millie is a member.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend.


  • Fourth District Retired Teachers hold fall meeting

    1 Ramona Jeffries, Joyce Miller, Patsy Young and Linda Patterson Humes represent local retired teachers at the 4th District Meeting.

    2 Bet Stewart of Kentucky Chautauqua portrays Rosemary Clooney - A Sentimental Journey.

    The Fourth District Retired Teachers Association held its annual fall meeting on Oct. 15 at Old Kentucky Home Country Club in Bardstown. Representing Elizabethtown-Hardin-LaRue RTA were Linda Patterson Humes, Ramona Jeffries, Joyce Miller and Patsy Young.

  • Photos: Oh, deer