DAV Chapter No. 003 Elizabethtown recently made a donation to the Kentucky Veterans Program Trust Fund.
Caleb Sager of Ekron was named to the University of Evansville Fall 2019 Dean’s List. Sager is a junior majoring in biology.
Radcliff Woman’s Club members teamed up with Colvin Community Center on Jan. 18 to sponsor a Red Cross blood drive as part of the health fair.
Alpha Omega Sigma, Fort Knox chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated conducted its mentorship program Jan. 17 at North Hardin High School.
Mary Wheatley of Elizabethtown, who attends Elizabethtown High School and will major in exercise science, was among eight high school seniors who will receive full-tuition scholarships to attend Marian University, the Catholic university on Indianapolis’ westside.
The Lincoln Trail Scouting District held its annual awards dinner Jan. 17 to recognize adult volunteer Scouters and 11 of its 2019 Eagle Scouts.
On Jan. 11, Brother To Brother conducted a session in English/Language Arts teaching on the subject “As A Man Thinketh So Is He.”
The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars constantly is supporting scouting. ROTC/JROTC, Homeland Security issues, Law and Order, Veterans activities and all patriotic actions related to the above. In turn, the chapter recognizes those individuals or organizations that ob…
Eric Yates, an artist from Radcliff, will appear Saturday at Vette City Con in Bowling Green.
The POW/MIA Flag Guard would like 20 organizations to participate in its Outstanding Vietnam War Veteran for the organization’s annual award.
The following students were named to the East Hardin Middle School Honor Roll for the second quarter.
The following students achieved perfect attendance at East Hardin Middle School for the second quarter.
The following students achieved the dean’s list at Belmont University for the Fall 2019 semester. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality GPA of 3.5 with no grade below a C.
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