Today's News

  • Central Kentucky Leadership Assoc. has speaker from One Knox

    Brad Richardson from One Knox spoke to the Central Kentucky Leadership Association at the August meeting. He gave the group an update on the changes coming to Fort Knox and the community. The Central Kentucky Leadership Association is a local chapter of the National Management Association. For information, contact Scott Reynolds at 765-6121.


  • North Branch Library to offer seminars for those seeking employment

    The Hardin County Public Library, North Branch, in Radcliff is offering two seminars this month to help people seeking employment. All programs are free.

    “Great Local Opportunities” will be offered at 2 p.m. Sept. 23. Local businesses participating include Wal-Mart, Huddle House, Gold Vault Inn, Food Lion and Hardin Memorial Hospital. No applications will be taken at that time, but learn how to apply, what to wear, interview questions and what an employer expects from an employee.

  • Girl Scouts have pool time!

    Girl Scout Troop 121 recently enjoyed a pool party at the White Mills Christian Camp. They were the last group to ever enjoy this pool before it will be replaced by a new pool. Those who attended were Leah Smith, Whitney Peters, Megan McGuffin, Paige Pence, Chelsey Love and Gaby Osman.


  • Restore America volunteers make repairs for local resident


      About 20 representatives of Restore America helped Edwin Lambright of Elizabethtown fix up his house so it could be insured. The volunteers painted, hung a gutter and put up some trim to keep rain out of the attic. They also helped in cleaning up the property.

  • Upton Homemakers Plan Activities

    Members of the Upton Homemakers Executive and Planning Committee met Aug. 11 to plan for the upcoming year.

    The club will sponsor donating a tree to the SpringHaven Festival of the Trees and having a booth at the Hardin County Extension Homemakers Holiday Bazaar. Plans for the membership drive were also discussed and finalized. Members were reminded of the Hardin County Homemakers leadership training workshop.

    The next meeting of the Upton Homemakers will be at 7 p.m., Sept. 8 at 141 Jones St., Upton. For more information call 369-8611.


  • American Legion hosts annual Fourth of July event


      American Legion Commander Jesse Sterling Hall was dunked at the posts annual 4th of July event. 

  • Sept. 13 Pets of the Week

    Pet of the Week This 3-year-old female Pomeranian mix named “Becca” and this 8-week-old male Shorthair named “Bones” are in need of loving homes. If you are interested in adopting them contact the Hardin County Animal Control at (270) 769-3428 or visit them at 116 Nicholas St. in Elizabethtown. Visit www.hcky.org/animalcontrol.asp for more information. All dog

  • NAACP hold Freedom Fund Banquet

    The 19th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet with NAACP National President and CEO, Benjamin T. Jealous, Senator Elizabeth Tori, and NAACP Hardin County Branch President, Allan Francis was held recently.


  • Sept. 20 Rineyville news


  • Annual Heartland Senior Q held


    On Aug. 17, Elizabethtown Mayor David Willmoth Jr. signed a proclamation setting aside Aug. 22 as Senior Q Day in Elizabethtown. Members of the city council were present and Alan Winkenhofer of Wink’s Smokehouse addressed the group on Senior Q activities to date.

    On Aug. 21 and 22, men of First Presbyterian Church and Wink’s Smokehouse teamed up again at Helmwood Healthcare facility in Elizabethtown for the annual Heartland Senior Q. This year, Allegro Community Assisted Liv-ing attended with an additional 100 persons.