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Today's News

  • Logsdon-Smallwood

    ASHLEY LOGSDON AND JERALD SMALLWOOD

    Logsdon-Smallwood

    Ashley Logsdon of Cecilia and Jerald Smallwood of Eastview announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Jerry and Kathy Montgomery of Campbellsville and Bennie Logsdon of Elizabethtown. She is a 2005 graduate of Central Hardin High School and is assistant manager of C.J. Banks.

    The prospective groom is the son of Densel and Rose Hash of Eastview. He is a 2001 graduate of Central Hardin High School and is employed by Waste Transport.

  • Feb. 6 Religion Briefs

    Friday

    All Nations Worship Ministries, 110 Wiselyn Drive, Radcliff, presents “Women of Destiny Created with Purpose” women’s conference, 7 p.m. nightly, Feb. 5-7. Free, open to public. Conference hosts and speakers: Pastors Michael and Gloria Fite; Evangelist Denise Jones of Columbus, Ga.; and Evangelist Sandra Faulk of Hampton, Va. POC: 352-4919.

  • Morgan participates in Tumble in the Bluegrass

    CARLIE MORGAN

    Carlie Morgan, a level six gymnast from Wildcard Gymnastics in Louisville, took first place on balance beam, floor exercise and first place all-around for the 11-12 year-old age group at The Tumble in the Bluegrass meet on Jan. 10.

     

  • Military Briefs

     

  • GIRL SCOUTS VISIT SECOND HARVEST

     

    On Nov. 17 Girl Scout Troop 121 visited America’s Second Harvest food bank to help pack backpacks. Scouts pictured are from, from left, Kaila Weston, Whitney Peters, Megan McGuffin and Leah Smith; back row, Blayne Wittenback, Gabriella Osman, Chelsey Love and Paige Pence.

  • MOWW Fort Knox Chapter conducts Youth Leadership Conference

     

  • Quilt block put up on Powell farm

    From left, Erlene Powell and her grandson, Blake Powell.

    A quilt block pattern was erect in Nov. at the property of Darryl and Erlene Powell, 2617 Sonora Hardin Springs Road on Highway 84 in Hardin County.

     

  • Green graduates basic combat training

    GREEN. Army Pvt. John E. Green has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. A 2004 graduate of Westinghouse Career Academy in Chicago, he is the nephew of Robert Green of Chicago and the son of Yvette Jackson of Radcliff.

  • DIXIE HOMEMAKERS HAVE CHRISTMAS PARTY

     

      The Dixie Homemakers had its Christmas party Dec. 17 at Country Charm Café in Upton with 14 members present. Seated from left, Carolyn Fant, Lynn Owens, Jean Sullivan, Onida Brooks, Marilles Terry and Janet Bradley. Standing from left, Maydell Jaggers, Beulah Cardin, Shirley Ramsey, Stella Souleyrette, Kathy Piper, Carolyn Broadus, Carolyn Goldsmith and Geraldene Priddy. The next meeting is at 10 a.m. Jan. 21 at Country Charm Café.

  • Students perform for Atria Assisted Living

    Front row, from left: Morgan Hosay, Chelsea Yates, T.J. Atwell, Lekha Challappa and Minha Bhatti; second row, Lexy Hazle, Morgan Yates, Owen Hosay, Amna Ahmed, Katherine Crain, Fiza Haider and Ameer Haider; third row, Hunter Hazle, Samantha Rogers, Daniel Crain and Ann Case.

    In December, students of Ann Case performed a piano recital for the residents of Atria Assisted Living.