Today's News

  • Habitat for Humanity holds volunteer dinner

    Larry Mengel with Habitat for Humanity and Deborah Williams, a Realtor with Semonin Realtors.

    Habitat for Humanity held it’s Annual Volunteer Appreciation dinner on Dec. 14 at Calvary Assembly of God Church. Many volunteers and businesses were recognized. The Golden Hammer award went to Semonin Realtors. Semonin sponsored House No. 38 which was dedicated on Dec. 13.


  • Potted Few gather for Christmas dinner meeting

    On Dec. 11, The Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club met at the decorated home of Club President Renate Gosser. The members enjoyed viewing the  display of Christmas trees and decorations collected by Renate and Larry throughout the years. Members brought spouses and friends, and each person participated in a Chinese Gift Exchange.

  • NAACP Youth volunteers their time

    NAACP youth volunteered their services at the Wreath Laying Ceremony on Dec. 12 at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff.


  • MOAA holds December meeting

    The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) held its monthly meeting on Dec. 16 at the MOAA Clubhouse, Building 297, on Fort Knox.

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  • Students make a 'Joyful Noise'

    Students of Joyful Noise Studios presented a Christmas concert for the residents of The Allegro at Helmwood on Dec. 20. Front row: Riley Bryant, Ethan Jackson, Helie Dugan and Ashley Kerr; middle row: Ashley Lawson, Rebekah McKinley, Rachel Goff and Chase Kerr; back row: Karen Joy Tharp, Anna McKinley, Liah McKinley and Austin Kinder.


  • Radcliff Woman’s Club helps choose toys

    Emma Day of the Radcliff Woman’s Club recently restocked the shelves with toys for the Toys for Santa Workshop project at the American Red Cross Fort Knox Service Center on Dec. 8. She also assisted members as they chose toys for children.


  • ‘A Perspective from the Mayors of Our Cities’

    The program at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Jan. 5 was “A Perspective from the Mayors of Our Cities.” Presentations were made by Elizabethtown Mayor David Willmoth, Radcliff Mayor Shelia Enyart, West Point Mayor Bill Ash, Upton Mayor Debra Riggs, Sonora City Councilwoman Claudia Thurman and Vine Grove Councilman Blake Proffitt. Pictured from the left, Rik Hawkins Elizabethtown Rotary Club, Shelia Enyart, Debra Riggs, Blake Proffitt, Claudia Thurman

    and Bill Ash.


  • Locals say military tax exemption long overdue



    HARDIN COUNTY — A token of appreciation passed down from the state will save military families money in the future, and local leaders say it is a long overdue gesture.

    Beginning this year, the military pay of active duty soldiers, reservists and members of the Na-tional Guard who claim Kentucky as their home is exempt from state income tax.

    The exemption was signed into law late last year and received support from local legislators, including Sen. Elizabeth Tori, R-Radcliff.

  • Tommy Fest 8 wins Kentucky Tourism Council’s Winter Top Ten Event

    Elizabethtown Tourism Commission Chairman Chris Flanagan, left, presents Eddie Mattingly a certificate for the Kentucky Tourism Council’s Winter Top Ten Event for Tommy Fest 8, which will be Feb. 4-6 at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Theater.