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Today's News

  • 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

  • MOWW and MOAA recognize outstanding cadets

     

    The Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) and the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) continued to recognize cadet outstanding achievement by participating in the second rotation of the Fort Knox ROTC Leader’s Training Course (LTC) graduation ceremonies held at Brooks Field, Fort Knox on July 11. The LTC is conducted only at Fort Knox for students who elect to enter the Senior ROTC program in their junior year.

  • Garden Club has artist in residence during Garden Tour

    While working on a portrait of her granddaughter, Diana Durbin answered questions from guests who were touring the Effinger residence.

    During the recent Garden Club of Elizabethtown’s recent Garden Tour, Diana Durbin was the guest artist in residence at the home and gardens of Joyce and John Effinger. She specializes in portraits and customized art commissions. On display throughout the home were a number of her watercolor and oil paintings. Durbin is a resident of Elizabethtown.

     

  • Calvert and Schmidt named Radcliff Rotarians

     

  • Cecilia News

    Cut 1: Fifty-year members of the United Methodist Women who attend the College Heights UMW and where they started: Betty McClaugherty, Solway UMC, Knoxville, Tenn.; Edna Drane, Longview UMC, Elizabethtown; Gloria Whitford, Grace UMC, Lansing, Mich.; Doris Pile, RECC Building, Elizabethtown; Ilse Ach, Irvington UMC, Irvington; Ruby Parker, Cecilia UMC, Cecilia; and Ruth  Smith, Sonora UMC, Sonora (Ruth Smith wasn’t present when the group pictu

  • Vine Grove High School has annual reunion

    The annual Vine Grove High School Alumni reunion was June 27 at J.T. Alton School Cafeteria in Vine Grove.

    Mary Alice Norris Wilson was named oldest member in attendance. She is 92-years-old and graduated from VGHS in 1934. Richard Burnett traveled the farthest from Herman, Maine, near Bangor, Maine.

    Ann Brown Ewart, class of 1960 brought her husband, Max, auctioneer for Vine Grove A#1 Auction and Realty Company, who furnished a public address system to use for making announcements.

    The next reunion will be the last Saturday in June, 2010.

  • Radcliff Optimists place first in Bragger's Hall contest

    Optimist Club of Radcliff board member, Jessie Lee, left, and secretary Denise Haynes, right, participated in the Optimist International third annual Bragger’s Hall workshop during the 2009 Convention on July 10 in Kissimmee, Fla.

  • Young named CIT officer of the year for region

     

          Officer Merle Young of the Elizabethtown Police Department was recognized as the CIT Officer of the Year for the region. The (CIT) Crisis Intervention Team program began in 2001 in Louisville. Since that time, there has been approximately 850 law enforcement officers trained in the CIT model of verbal de-escalation, active listening skills and non-lethal weapons use.

  • Rineyville News

     

  • Democratic Women honor First Responders

    1 President JoAnn Winkenhofer is pictured presenting Lt. Williamson with a certificate of appreciation for the department’s service to the community.

    2 Fire Chief Henderson with JoAnn Winkenhofer receives the Club’s certificate of appreciation for service to the Radcliff community.