Today's News

  • Military briefs for Haynes and Kaita

    HAYNES. Army Pvt. Dylan J. Haynes has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. He is the son of Bell Haynes of Elizabethtown and the grandson of John Haynes of Crossville, Tenn.

  • Goldenrod Homemakers 'green up' their homes


    Suvadas Goodman, left, and Angie Miller took a class on “Greening Your Home” based on a program given at the Hardin County Extension Office On Sept. 28. Miller taught the lesson to the Goldenrod Homemakers at the Oct. 13 meeting.

  • Club has Thanksgiving meal

    Radcliff Homemakers met Nov. 11 at Colvin Community Center. Members answered the roll call by saying what they were most thankful for during the Thanksgiving holiday.

    Lois Morrissey gave the lesson on “What in the world is going on around me?”  Hostesses were Margaret Page and Waleska Westerman. The tables were decorated for Thanksgiving, and the holiday meal included turkey and all the trimmings.

    The club’s Christmas tree was put up and decorated with the help of Lois Morrissey, Sue Campbell, Ramona Lovall and Liz Kimble.

  • Thank you from Zonta Club of Elizabethtown

    The Zonta Club of Elizabethtown would like to thank the people of Elizabethtown and Hardin County for supporting our 16th Annual Charity Golf Scramble held Oct. 25 at Pine Valley. All proceeds will go to Big Brothers/Big Sisters and local Zonta Scholarships for Women.

  • Brewer speaks at Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting

    1Rotary Club President Tim Asher, left, Commissioner Brewer and Captain Deron Berthold of the Kentucky State Police.

    2 Doug Cole of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College3, left, and Ronnie Thompson.

    Rodney Brewer, Kentucky State Police Commissioner, was the guest speaker at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Nov. 17. He gave a program on the changes in the Kentucky State Police in the 61 years since they were formed. He also covered their training, equipment used and qualifications.

  • Dec. 6 Cecilia news

    Cecilia Irene Dodson, 862-3808 Only a few more shopping days until Christmas. I shopped early this year for a change, and no I didn’t wait for “Black Friday.” I wouldn’t have braved that crowd for whatever bargains I might have found. THANKSGIVING. We had a wonderful Thanksgiving with 14 family members who came bringing food with them, which helped this cook

  • Classic Corvettes Club members visit vintage garage

    Members of Classic Corvettes KY Club in Elizabethtown recently took a tour of Rik and Sandy Hawkins’ vintage garage while on a Sunday cruise. Bob Schramm, left, and Melvin Gregory, right, presented Rik Hawkins a plaque showing the club's appreciation. Classic Corvettes KY is a club of local Corvette owners who enjoy meeting and driving their Corvettes. The club is open to all Corvette owners in the area and meets at 2 p.m. the second Sunday of the month at the Elizabethtown Airport.

  • Elizabethtown Woman’s Club honors veterans

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown honored veterans at it’s November meeting. Diane Willis, president, presented each with a red rose and a not of thanks. Those recognized were Mary Archambault, Jane Davis, Anna Harris, Frieda Woods, Brigitte Harbin, Frances Walker and Gail Demery.

  • Foreman completes pre-deployment training

    Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Larry D. Foreman completed pre-deployment training at Fort McCoy, Sparta, Wis., in preparation for a subsequent deployment to Afghanistan to serve in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

    Foreman is the son of Kendall Degraphenreed and the stepson of William Degraphenreed of Radcliff. He is a 1994 graduate of Fort Knox High School and a member of the 372nd Engineer Brigade, a Reserve unit based at Fort Snelling, Minneapolis, Minn.

  • Thank you from Radcliff Rotary Club

    The Radcliff Rotary Club would like to thank everyone involved with our recent Cornhole Tournament held on Oct. 24. With the help of our members, sponsors and players, we were able to brave the elements and have a successful tournament. This annual event allows the Rotary Club of Radcliff to provide scholarships to local high school students, aids our Repair Affair project, and allows us to assist in funding numerous other community service projects here in our area.