en Educational development <p> <strong>Growing to meet student needs.</strong> McKendree University is making plan to expand its Radcliff campus.</p> Riding wave of new retail investment <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Commercial development in Hardin County<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> New businesses signal economic health</p> <p> Dirt is turning in a big way in Hardin County. With it comes excitement and anticipation of new commercial and retail development underway and coming soon.</p> March 29, 2015: Our readers write <p> <strong>Mayor offers thanks for help</strong></p> <p> The City of Radcliff recently enjoyed an extraordinary opportunity that will pay dividends now and in the future as we chart a path for the community&rsquo;s continue growth and development. David Thompson, executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs, gave Radcliff this opportunity.</p> Sitting in shade with a cold one <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Beer sales at park during summer concert<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Thoughts about new E&#39;town policy</p> <p> A park setting brings to mind rolling hills, gentle breezes and shade trees. But parks have many uses.</p> March 26, 2015: Our readers write <p> <strong><u>Taking steps after listening</u></strong></p> <p> The Radcliff economic listening session was a huge success. Now we will move on to the next step in the process.</p> <p> Although today we have a number of exciting projects in the pipeline, we must have a plan that helps us prosper beyond the completion of these.</p> Ready for Success offering free help <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Ready for Success career workshop coming</p> <p> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Apply today for a better tomorrow</p> 3 special events that have impact <p> <strong>KUDOS:</strong> Praising positives in our community</p> <p> <strong>TAKING THE PLUNGE.</strong> TAKING THE PLUNGE. The recent Junior Achievement Penguin Plunge was a splashing success.</p> Legislative process includes some hair-pulling moments <p> My first session in Frankfort is coming to a close. This has been an extraordinary experience for me and I thank the voters of Hardin County for putting their faith in me to serve their interests.</p>