Today's News

  • Rineyville Optimist Club presents three scholarships

    Rineyville Optimist Club presents three scholarships

    1 The Rineyville Optimsts Club recently awarded North Hardin graduate Britany Richardson a $500 scholarship. Britany plans to attend Gaylan Nursing College this fall as a nursing student. Also pictured are her mother, Patty, and Optimist Club President Larry Fohl.

    2 The Rineyville Optimsts Club recently awarded Central Hardin graduate Elena Hitch a $500 scholarship. Elena will attend Western Kentucky University this fall. She is pictured with her mother, Paula, and Optimist Club President Larry Fohl.

  • Bogard completes basic training

    BOGARD. Navy Seaman Recruit Kenneth R. Bogard, son of Lois I. and Mitchell C. Hibbs of Vine Grove, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. He is a 2004 graduate of Meade County High School in Brandenburg.

  • Pike graduates from basic training


    PIKE. Army Private 1st Class John A. Pike has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. Pike is the brother of Jason Pike of Elizabethtown.

  • Youth Theatre members to perform ‘The Wizard of Oz’


      Youth Theatre of Hardin County cast members of “The Wizard of Oz” put the finishing touches on the show to ready it for performances July 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18 at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center. Pictured are the Munchkins coming out to see Dorothy(Amy Tannahill) after being encouraged by Glinda (Kaity Paschetto). For information, call 765-5421.

  • Club volunteers at Advocacy and Support Center fundraiser


  • Stephenses celebrate 30th wedding anniversary

    Gregory and Jeannette Stephens will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary on June 30, 2009.

    They were married June 30, 1979 in Hamtramck, Mich.

    Retired Sgt. 1st Class Gregory Stephens served 20 years in the Army. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and is employed with the U.S. Post Office.

    Former Councilwoman Jeannette Stephens served the city of Radcliff for six years and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in public administration. She is the executive director of the College Resource Center.

  • CASA has swearing-in ceremony

    CASA of the Heartland board members and Family Court judges pose at the first swearing-in ceremony for CASA volunteers. Front row from left: Jesse Waltz, Lucy Dunford, Marie Colasanti, chair, Pattie Robinson, Ellen Mink, Carol Cantwell, and Judge Pam Addington; back row from left: Carl Gilland, Judge Brent Hall, Alice Nichols and Cordelia Ball.


  • New club president outlines goals for the year

    New club president Bill Dennison took up the gavel as he presided over the first meeting of the Rotary year.  Dennison is the principal of North Hardin High School and was installed as Radcliff Rotary president at a gala celebration dinner. At its weekly noon meeting, President Dennison presented Radcliff Rotarians with a "state of the club" address and outlined his goals for the year. A highlight is to redouble efforts to assist Rotary International and its Foundation with the final eradication of the scourge of Polio.

  • Parents welcome Triston and Nathaniel


    Brandon and Amanda Cole of Hodgenville announce the birth of twin sons, Triston Anthony and Nathaniel Garret, on Jan. 29, 2009, at Norton Hospital in Louisville. Triston weighed 2 pounds, 4 ounces and was 14 inches long. Nathaniel weighed 1 pound, 12 ounces and was 11¾ inches long.

    The boys have a sister, Hailey Cole of Hodgenville.

    Maternal grandparents are Bennie and Rosie Mauldin of Hodgenville and the late Richard Aubrey. Paternal grandparents are Eli Cole of Campbellsburg, Ind., and Deborah and Darrin Belisle of Elizabethtown.

  • Scheibles announce birth of daughter


    Scheibles announce birth of daughter

    T.C. and Sarah Keller Scheible announce the birth of their daughter, Aubrey Katharyn Scheible, on April 19, 2009, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and was 19 inches long.