Today's News

  • Oct. 4 White Mills news


  • Burgess continues winning streak at Kentucky State Fair


    Linda L. Burgess of Elizabethtown has been competing in the Culinary Department of the Kentucky State Fair since 1994 and has been a consistent winner. This year was no exception.

    She won first place for her yellow cake with any frosting (coconut) and first place for her spice cake with any frosting, second place for hazelnut truffles, and fourth place for pound cake.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Nelson County stops Central Hardin's bid at unbeaten season (10/10)


  • Lions Club recognizes Central Hardin Student of the Month

    Bill Shinkle, left, immediate past president of the Elizabethtown Lions Club, presented Elizabeth Ivey, Central Hardin High School Student of the Month, to the club at the Aug. 25 meeting. Elizabeth has participated in varsity soccer, tennis and cross country for three years, serving as captain. She also has participated in Youth Salute of Youth Theatre of Hardin County, Young Leaders of Hardin County and was selected for the Governor’s Scholar Program. She ranks third out of 400 students in her senior class and maintains a 4.0 grade-point average.

  • Logsdon graduates from basic training

    LOGSDON. Air Force Airman 1st Class Ronald Logsdon graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. A 2009 graduate of Central Hardin High School, he is the son of Ricky and Angie Logsdon of  Cecilia.   

  • Radcliff Woman hold September meeting

    The Radcliff Woman’s Club held their latest meeting on Sept. 14. Mary Daughters of the Hardin County Public Library, North Branch, spoke on two programs on employment being offered. Members were asked to assist in the resume writing class to be conducted in October.

    It was membership night and members were asked to look into their purse for odd items such as a safety pin, scissors, a single key and a toothbrush. The topic of membership was presented in a committee tic-tac-toe form with members trying to connect three committees in the right sequence.

  • Club makes contribution to Feeding America

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown participates in providing for community needs through the Feeding America program. Diane Willis, right, president, presented Gary Miles with a contribution from the club women. Several club members also assist with the backpack program for students in the area.

  • Copelin-Cottrell


    Stephen and Rebecca Williams Copelin of Clarkson announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lana Brooke Copelin to Kevin Dale Cottrell, son of Paula Cottrell of Clarkson and Kevin Cottrell of Rineyville.

    The bride-to-be is a 2009 graduate of Grayson County High School.

    The prospective groom is a 2009 graduate of Hart County High School and is employed at Roundstone Native Seed.

    The outdoor ceremony will be at 6 p.m. CDT, Sept. 25, 2009, at the home of the bride, 3191 Wax Road, Clarkson.

  • Myths and realities of mental health


    “We need to get away from labels. Every one of us at some point has a problem with our body and our mind – no matter who you are or what age you are. You can’t see a disability in some people.” - National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)   Throughout history and even to present day mental illness carries negative labels and ugly stigma. These barriers often prevent sufferers from reaching out for help and can lead to despair and isolation.

  • Aldenderfer speaks at Garden Club meeting

    Jean Janes and Rosie Rissel were co-hosts for the September meeting of the Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club. The club welcomed new members, Anneliese Knoll and Anna Jones. Amy Aldenderfer from the Hardin County Extension Service presented a program about “Testing and Preparing the Soil” to reap the benefits of productive planting and growing. The ladies enjoyed a buffet of finger foods, and after the business meeting, they made plans for the Oct. 21 meeting at Jane Tabacchi’s home. For information, call Renate Gosser at 351-6433.