Today's News

  • Memorial United Methodist Church Pack 130 learns first aid

    What looked like a triaging unit was actually a lesson in first aid. Cub Scouts from Pack 130, took a class in first aid at Elizabethtown’s American Red Cross. Cindy Lineberger taught the scouts basic life saving procedures that they need to fulfill requirements for their Webelos Readyman Activity Pin. Scouts learned how to help a choking victim, the best way to immobilize an injured person and how to correctly tie a sling. First aid skills are a necessary part of training young scouts.

  • UK Alumni hold Cats for a Cause Service Week

    The University of Kentucky Alumni Association recently held its annual Cats for a Cause National Service Week. The Hardin County Club participated by adopting Feeding America’s Backpack Program as its charity of choice. During its annual meeting/game watch party, through the funds raised at the UK Coach John Calipari visit to the area and two volunteer nights packing bags to go into area children’s backpacks, the Hardin County Club raised more than $1,600, donated 100 pounds of food and packed approximately 1,000 bags.


  • Radcliff Homemakers meet

    Radcliff Homemakers met recently at Colvin Commuity Center. Elfriede Latendresse led the devotions titled Things Money Can’t Buy. Lois Morressey gave a report about the trip to Springfield for the 2009 annual meeting, the theme of which was Once Upon An Apron.

    Waleska Westerman, Maragaret Page and Morressey went and said it was one of the best meetings they ever had attended. Morressey displayed a potholder, which was given to each of those who attended.

    Westerman and Page presented a lesson for the month, Greening Your Home.

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  • Graham


    Brandy Browning and Javan Graham were married in a private sunset ceremony Oct. 22, 2009, at Tybee Island, Ga.

    The bride is the daughter of Bob and Jeannie Browning of Rineyville.

    The groom is the son of Billy and Vicky Graham of Elizabethtown.

    The bride was given in marriage by her father.

    Matron of honor was Renee Wagner, and best man was Tyler Pence.

    Joe Graham, brother of the groom, and Derek Talley, cousin of the groom, provided music.

    The couple reside in Elizabethtown.


  • Club members take riverboat cruise

    Waleska Westerman, Doris Browder, Ava Greathouse, Mary Agnes Sears, Vada Johnson, Marilyn Williams, Susanne Tigges, Kathy Eubanks, Barbara Hayes, Marvis Riedlinger and Pam Fullerton of the Radcliff Woman’s Club and the Retired and Ready Seniors of Radcliff United Methodist Church took a joint trip on Sept. 25 on a riverboat ride to enjoy the sights.

    On their hour and a half cruise, the ladies watched for wildlife which included three American Bald Eagles, five turkey buzzards, two deer, one goose, two Heron, turtles, dozens of mud Lark nests and several catfish.

  • Cody announces birth of brother


    Cody Ryan Gibson announces the birth of his brother, Cooper Jayden Gibson, on Jan. 21, 2009, at Hardin Memorial Hospital, Elizabethtown. Cooper weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Cooper's parents are Mitch and Michelle Gibson of Rineyville.

    Maternal grandparents are Fred and Donna Moore of Elizabethtown. Paternal grandparents are the late Orval “Spaz” Gibson, and Joy Bradshaw of Mount Sherman.


  • Minnis retires from Army

    Sgt. 1st Class Michael Minnis recently retired from the Army.

    He and his wife, Darla; and two children, Andrew and Chelsea, reside in Rineyville.


  • Grandparents welcome Owen William Andrews


    Junior and Kelly Andrews of Elizabethtown announce the birth of their first grandchild, Owen William Andrews, on Sept. 19, 2009, in Parker, Colo. He weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and was 20 ½ inches long.

    Parents are Luke and Kristin Andrews of Castle Rock, Colo.

    Maternal grandparents are Rick and Kathy Usery of Morgantown, W.Va.


  • Home for Christmas

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com WHITE MILLS — For soldiers this time of year, there’s no place like home, especially after an 11-month tour in Iraq. Kim Cox, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, gets to experience that joy this Christmas. She is home for about a month and plans to spend time with family. Cox is sometimes required to go out with a group&nbsp