By GERRY GILMORE American Forces Press Service Under a personnel rule that takes effect next month, some military spouses could be hired quickly for federal jobs without going through the usual competitive process. The new hiring authority takes effect Sept. 11. The Office of Personnel Management issued the authority’s final regulatory guidelines Aug. 12. The guidelines are po
The Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown was host for the July 25 meeting of the Second Congressional District of the Democratic Woman’s Club of Kentucky at Stone Hearth Restaurant. Becky Bishop, second district director, presided, and Portia Petties of the Northern Hardin Club of Radcliff gave the devotional portion of the program, “The Art of Getting Along.”
By MARTY FINLEY email@example.com FORT KNOX — Lt. Col. Stephen Koopmeiners’ Army career has spanned decades, taking him from the shores of Vietnam to the gates of Fort Knox, but at 59, he is showing no signs of wear. As of early last week, Koopmeiners is the oldest person in active duty on post, according to the Fort Knox Public Affairs Office. He
Radcliff Police Department promoted four new sergeants effective July 1. Pictured from left, Chief Jeffrey Cross, Sgt. Mark Skees, Sgt. Steve Witte, Mayor Shelia Enyart, Sgt. Brian Davis, Sgt. Jeremy Davis, and Capt. Kenneth Mattingly.
On July 24, Woodland Terrace held its Camp4Cure, the facility’s fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk in September. The facility had a dunking booth, cornhole tournament, wheel chair races and cakewalk as part of the entertainment during the night. Tonya Haines, administrator, sits in the dunking booth.