Today's News

  • Baker graduates from basic training

    BAKER. Army Pfc. Catherine A.

  • August 24 White Mills news

     Kathleen Booker

    White Mills News

  • Thomas named Grand Champion at Hardin County Fair

    Celia Thomas

    4-H member Celia Thomas with her Grand Champion Junior Yearling Holstein Heifer at the 2008 Hardin County Fair. Celia was also first in Senior Showmanship and won several blue ribbons with her intermediate and fall Holstein heifer calves. Not pictured are Eli and Aaron Thomas who respectively won the Cloverbud and Junior Showmanship Division and Reserve Grand Champion with their Holstein heifer.

  • Sept. 3: Lending a Hand


  • East Hardin Class of '83 to have reunion

    East Hardin Class of 1983 will host a 25-year reunion on Labor Day weekend. Classmates only will gather from 7 p.m. to closing on Aug. 29 at Gondolier Restaurant (food/drinks, on your own). The main event will be from 6 p.m. to midnight Aug. 30 at Holiday Inn Express, Buffalo Creek Drive, Elizabethtown. Cost: $75/couple or $50/single. Prepayment is needed to make arrangments. Former teachers and staff are invited to attend from 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 30 at no cost.

  • Helping Hand donates car


    Helping Hand recently gave a vehicle to James Duncan to enable him to get to and from work. Even though James has a disability, he still works at Ryan’s Steak House. Helping Hand averages giving seven vehicles each year to people who need transportation to work. The number depends on how many are donated to Helping Hand. In order for a vehicle to be donated to Helping Hand, it must be mechanically sound with no broken windows, no broken mirrors, no exhaust leaks, no fluid leaks, working windshield wipers, and all lights working.

  • Sept. 10: Services




      Elizabethtown Noon Rotary Club Rotarian Kay Sharon, left, presented a program informing the club of the success of the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards held Memorial Day weekend at the Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville. With her is Rotarian Cathy Williamson.

  • Potted Few Garden Club visits the home of Jane and John Tabacchi

    The Potted Few Garden Club was invited to Program Chairman Lahoma Baymor’s home on Aug. 6 for brunch and arranged for the club to have a tour of her friend Jane Tabacchi and her husband, John, garden in Radcliff.

    It was a project of Johns after his retirement from the Army and they enjoy the peace and tranquil-ity of their back yard in addition to its beauty.

    Every tree and plating had a story which Jane told the group and Johns carvings and collectables was incorporated into the plantings. There were rare and unique trees and some tropical plants.

  • Vine Grove Chamber of Commerce presented photo


    Gene Gudenkauf Presents the Vine Grove Chamber of Commerce with a picture of the 2008 graduates of the Radcliff Vine Grove Community Leadership Class. Elizabeth Atcher, president of the Chamber and Donna Broadway , Executive Director accept the picture.