Today's News

  • Tri-Star competitors bring home trophies

    On Feb. 27 at the Kentucky/West Virginia District Meeting in London, Ky., four of the Optimist Club of Radcliff Tri-Star winners attended the District Tri-Star Competition. All four came home with a trophy. Pictured from left, Myles Nelson won third place for the 8-year-old boys age group; Makiyah Chatman won first place for the 10-year-old girls age group; Joseph Freeman won first place for the 13-year-old boys age group; and Matthew Sharps won second place for the 10-year-old boys age group.

  • Morrison Lodge No. 76 helps the community


      Secretary Bill Mercer and Master Charles Mason recently donated food from Morriosn Lodge No. 76 to Warm Blessings Inc. in Elizabethtowntown, to help feed the homeless.

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  • Recent chase involved repeat offender



    RADCLIFF — At-large. Fugitive. Most wanted.

    Police and prosecutors have used those descriptors for a man accused in recent weeks, months and years of causing trouble in Radcliff, Louisville and Elizabethtown. Just last week, cops say Vershawn Daemond Gregory fired a gun while on the run.

  • Cunningham-Hollis


    Tara Cunningham of Elizabethtown and Micah Hollis of Lynchburg, Va., announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Larry and Pamela Cunningham of Elizabethtown. She earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in culinary arts and is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. She is employed at Lifeway Christian Store and after school care at Severns Valley Baptist Church.

  • Optimist Club names winners in essay contest

    From left, Megan Heibert, Lauren Buell, Austin Vaughn and Optimist Club of Radcliff Essay Chair Esta PIgg.

    On Feb. 23, the Optimist Club of Radcliff presented awards to this year’s winners of the essay contest. The winners were first place Austin Vaughn of FAITH Homeschool Group; second place Lauren Buell of North Hardin Christian School; and third place Megan Heibert of FAITH Homeschool Group.

  • Rotary welcomes student guests

    Shelby Stein and Matthew Huff of Central Hardin High School were guests of the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on Feb. 23.


  • Keen-Weeks


    William Gabe and Shirley Keen of Morgantown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Donnita Keen, to Sean Weeks, son of Jim Weeks of Lansing, Mich., and Margaret Weeks of Elizabethtown.

    The bride-to-be is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and is a systems analyst for the city of Bowling Green.

    The prospective groom also is a graduate of WKU and is an accountant for the city of Bowling Green.

  • Cremisio helps people of Haiti

    Army Spec. Kyle A. Cremisio, son of Dale Cremisio of Elizabethtown, is a parachute rigger from the 11th Quartermaster Company at Fort Bragg, N.C., who worked to make sure the people of Haiti received the assistance they needed.

    During the relief mission Fort Bragg helped deliver more than 50,000 gallons of water, 375,000 meals ready to eat, 700 container delivery systems for air deliveries, and 200 pallets of supplies to Haiti.

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