With so many 4-H event postponements and cancellations this summer, I am grateful Kentucky 4-H members had the opportunity to exhibit their livestock projects at the 2020 Kentucky State Fair.
Beth Brandenburg, principal of North Park Elementary School, shared information about pre-school and kindergarten programs available for developmental challenged children, their parents and caregivers. She stressed the advancements in place to reach even very young children with developmenta…
The Making A Difference Committee Pastor Marcus Dixon, Minister Linda Dixon and Elder Duane Nunnally, along with Alpha Omega Sigma Chapter, Fort Knox; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc,; Nu Zeta Beta Chapter, Fort Knox; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc.; and friends and family in Hardin County and …
The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars held its August membership meeting at its clubhouse on Fort Knox. The chapter reviewed the proposed budget for the next chapter year. During discussions, a motion was made, and approved, to donate $300 to the Wreaths Across Amer…
Nearly 8,500 students received degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison during a unique online commencement ceremony May 9, including Mary Zeitler of Glendale, College of Letters and Science, Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, graduated with distinction.
John Yarley of Big Clifty, who is majoring in Cybersecurity, has been named to the Champlain College Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester
The 33 members of the Western Kentucky University Forensics Team have returned to campus and are preparing for the unprecedented 2020-21 season.
- PREP FOOTBALL: Trojans’ defense stifles Chargers
- PREP FOOTBALL: LaRue falls to Bardstown
- PREP FOOTBALL: E’town cruises past Nelson County
- Hardin County COVID recovery rate is 87 percent
- Bluegrass festival attracts music lovers from all-around
- BHH to offer curbside flu shot clinic
- Saturday is free service day at county landfill
- Knife show bringing ‘big name’ to Radcliff