.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Glendale provides backdrop for a country Christmas

    Glendale is looking to give visitors a taste of a traditional Christmas in the weeks leading up to the holiday.

    This weekend marked the first of Glendale’s Christmas in the Country celebration. The town’s parade kicked things off Saturday morning and led into open houses in stores and free carriage rides. Pictures with Santa and Christmas music were offered, too.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: North Hardin opens with win against Fort Knox (12/05)

    With junior starting point guard Jermaine Ruttley hospitalized in Louisville and likely done for the season, the North Hardin Trojans plan on using a by-committee approach to handling the ball.

    Whether senior Trevino Coney keeps the job or the Trojans continue with a divide-and-conquer tactic, this much is certain – get the ball to Jordan Brangers.

    The sophomore shooting guard scored a career-high 30 points, mostly on assists from Coney, and the Trojans opened the season with a103-66 win Friday against visiting 17th District rival Fort Knox.

  • Heroes fill (and fulfill) dreams of children

    All kids — or at least all boys — have people they admire and want to emulate. For me, childhood heroes included the Lone Ranger, George Washington Carver, Johnny Unitas and my father. Oh, yeah, add Superman to that list.

    I don’t wear a mask or own any silver bullets, have not discovered a marketable use for peanuts, can’t throw a deep post pattern and never adequately will fill Dad’s shoes. And you wouldn’t want to see me flying over the town wearing tights.

  • Dec. 5, 2010 Editorial: Push for unity reflects reality

    ISSUE: Chamber unification
    OUR VIEW: Recommendation for approval

    Businesses, organizations and individuals who make up local chambers of commerce are being asked to review a detailed and thorough concept to unify Hardin County’s primary advocates of business.

    A single, focused Hardin County Chamber of Commerce would seem to be an obvious and more effective way to manage limited resources.

  • Vine Grove raises more than $14,000

    Led by two Italian creme cakes selling for $1,000 each, Vine Grove raised in excess of $14,000, which will brighten the Christmas season for needy families.

    Most of the money was raised Thursday during a Town Hall meeting conducted at City Hall. Following a free chili supper, holiday musical entertainment and two award presentations, local auctioneers solicited bids for donated items, decorated Christmas trees and homemade desserts.

  • Navy Federal Credit Union opens new location

    The Radcliff Chamber of Commerce recently congratulated Navy Federal Credit Union on the opening of their new location in Radcliff at 137 E. Lincoln Trail Blvd.

  • Better Business Bureau welcomes new member


    Cathy Williamson, Branch Manager for the Better Business Bureau presents an accreditation plaque to Dr. Elizabeth Sebree, M.D. FACOG. Dr. Sebree recently qualified to be an Accredited member of the Better Business Bureau. In order to be an accredited member of the BBB, business must meet the 15 standards for membership established by the Better Business Bureau. For more information about the Better Business Bureau and accreditation qualifications, visit the web page at www.bbb.org or contact the BBB at 982-1289.
     

  • Business Calendar

  • Task Force Performance holds ribbon cutting

     

    A grand opening and ribbon cutting was held on Nov.15 for Task Force Performance. Joe Salisbury, left and Brian Casey, rightare owners owners.

  • New Members Welcomed To Elizabethtown Rotary Club

    The Elizabethtown Rotary Club inducted two new members, Kathy Helm, left, and Sandra Mahoney, at the Nov. 30 club meeting.