Today's News

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club helps SpringHaven

    For the past several years, the Radcliff Woman’s Club has helped SpringHaven and the children it serves in five counties.

    Through the generosity of Elizabethtown Swim and Fitness Center, club member Maria Batistoni was able to receive 25 swimming passes to be used by the children and mothers of the center. Three containers of snacks, goodies and bags were given to the center as well. Josette Roush delivered the donations.


  • Elizabethtown Woman’s Club holds board meeting

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown recently held a board meeting at Back Home to discuss the disbursement of funds for the year. Those attending were Betty Sue French, Phyllis Brandenburg, Jeanne Smith, Regina Lancaster, Diane Willis, Nina Atcher and not pictured, Deborah Jones. The many requests received by the club were discussed and donations were made according to the board’s recommendations.


  • Martin Lane forms Block Watch

    Pictured are the residents of the new Martin Lane Block Watch community, formed in cooperation with Radcliff Police Department. Anyone interested in forming a Block Watch in Radcliff can call Radcliff Police Officer Bryce Shumate at 351-4714.


  • Polk enters race for E’town mayor



    Clyde Polk had never run for political office. Now, he’s in a crowded field of five for mayor of Elizabethtown.

    “I just felt the timing was right,’’ the small business owner said. “It’s time for a change.’’

    Polk, 49, has lived in Elizabethtown his entire life and is a graduate of Elizabethtown High School. As a small business owner, creating opportunities for small businesses to come here is important to him and should be for the city, he said.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: Central Hardin wins 25-team Apollo tournament; Meade goes 2-3 (08/15)

    Central wins 25-team tournament

    The News-Enterprise

    It was a long two days for the Central Hardin Lady Bruins and coach Wendy Boeglen, but the trip to Owensboro was well worth it.

    The Lady Bruins went 7-0 to win the two-day, 25-team Apollo Summer Slam on Friday and Saturday.

  • Club makes donation to North Hardin Project Graduation

    Radcliff Woman’s Club President Kathy Eubanks, left, accepts a t-shirt from Maria Batistoni for the club’s contribution to Project Graduation.


    The Radcliff Woman’s Club donated $200 to the North Hardin High School Project Graduation which was held on June 3 at Blazer’s Fun Zone in Radcliff.

  • Vine Grove August Yard of the Month

    Retired Col. Bill and Donna Betson, and their grandson Wesley, at 702 Augusta Drive, Vine Grove, received Yard of the Month for August from the Vine Grove Woman’s Club.

    Their yard has a waterfall, many flowers, a patriotic statues and flags. This couple is truly patriotic every month of the year.


  • MOAA has July meeting

    The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) held its monthly meeting July 21 at the MOAA Clubhouse, Building 297, on Fort Knox.  Following a meal, the membership was treated to a presentation.

  • Kempf speaks at Ancestral Trails meeting


    At the July meeting of the Ancestral Trails Historical Society, Gary Kempf spoke on John Baptiste Charbonneau and the tools he used as a pioneer in the West. Charbonneau was adopted as a youth by William Clark. At the next meeting on Aug. 6, Charles Hawkins will speak on the local railroads.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: Central Hardin (08/15)



    The Central Hardin Lady Bruins have made six consecutive 5th Region Tournament appearances, but they are still searching for their first region title since 2000.

    The Lady Bruins reached the region final last season, falling 1-0 to Elizabethtown. It was the third time in the last six years they’ve lost to Elizabethtown in the region championship.