Today's News

  • Legal Aid Society offers free assistance


  • A reunion for the ages



    ELIZABETHTOWN — Certain shared experiences endear individuals to one another, even if miles and years separate them. 

    So it was for six Vietnam War combat veterans of F Troop, 17th Cavalry, who reunited in Elizabethtown last week for the first time in 39 years.

    The men gathered Wednesday at the home of Hansel Wright, 3rd platoon sergeant in the troop, where they shared lunch and talked shop.

  • Homemakers gather for lunch


    Several members of the Goldenrod Homemakers Club met for lunch Feb. 17 and then went on to Kensington Manor to assist residents in preparing St. Patrick’s Day decorations. From left, Alice Bennett, Judy Sandfer, Suvadas Goodman, Bonnie Miller, Sue Logsdon and Elaine Conder.

  • Big brother supports Bowl for Kids Sake

    Burt Walker, left, a volunteer Big Brother, presents a check to Bob Belknap, Branch Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters in support of Bowl for Kids Sake. Burt has been matched with a Little Brother for more than two years. Bowl for Kids Sake takes place every weekend in March. For information, call 769-5225.

  • Kelly graduates from basic training

     KELLY. Army Pvt. Steven M. Kelly has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. He is the son of Stephanie Moore of Dayton, Ohio, and Alfonso Kelly of Radcliff.

  • Vinton serves as page to Senator Tori

    Bailley Vinton and Senator Elizabeth Tori on Feb. 26, at the state capitol.

    Vinton serves as page to Senator Tori

    Bailley Vinton served as Senator Elizabeth Tori (R- Radcliff) page on Feb. 26. Bailley is the daughter of David and Deanna Vinton, and is a seventh grader at James T. Alton Middle School.


  • Elizabethtown Woman’s Club attended Winter Conference

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown participated in the Fourth District Winter Conference on Feb. 28.

    Lisa Holmes, director of SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program in Elizabethtown spoke on her program. She discussed the organization of the program and how well residents do once they enter the program and how the families transition back into normal life.

  • Radcliff Middle renovation project receives $6.7 million boost



    RADCLIFF — To help Hardin County Schools absorb a population increase expected with the Fort Knox realignment, the state has committed about $6.7 million to help convert Radcliff Middle School into an elementary school.

    The project is part of a $100 million state effort to bolster the area’s infrastructure to help it cope with the Base Realignment and Closure initiative.

  • MOWW Fort Knox Chapter Prepares for Youth Leadership Conferences

    The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) held it monthly membership meeting on Feb. 17 at its clubhouse on Fort Knox. MOWW is a very active organization in the development of youth and their education in the historical evolution of the United States. To execute this mission, the Fort Knox Chapter can conduct any variation of their Youth Leadership Conference (YLC) agenda and tailor it to any educational level.

  • March 15 White Mills news

    White Mills Kathleen Booker, 369-7101   As I write this Tuesday, the wind is blowing terrible. I called Joann Cardin at Flint Hill Grocery. She has garden seeds in (some are hard to get). She said they had a Martin that tried to build in their box, but with the windy times, the bird went on up the road.