Military members who are deploying, or individuals who are leaving the area either temporarily or permanently, often need to allow someone to do something for them in their absence. A power of attorney is a document which allows that to happen. The person giving the power is called the “grantor,” and the person who receives the power is known as the “agent” or the “attorney-in-fact.”
The Fort Knox Transition Program along with SFL-TAP, FMEP, KY Vets, and CPAC will host a job fair Wednesday, from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at
the Saber & Quill. Over 60 employers who are recruiting for local, national, or worldwide employment are attending.
The Hardin Memorial Health Foundation announced that it received a grant from the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels to provide new technology that helps families bond with their babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Hardin County Schools has earned a “proficient” status in the data released by the Kentucky Department of Education in the Unbridled Learning accountability model (K-PREP exams, end-of-course assessments and American College Test) administered to students and program reviews administered by school staffs for the third consecutive year. This new data was collected from tests given primarily at the end of the 2014-15 school year. The data indicates that HCS is in 87th percentile of the commonwealth’s school districts.
The Olympic marathon is a fascinating event as runners from around the world compete to attain victory at the end of 26 miles and 385 yards. Watching from the television, one can experience the excitement in the air as crowds waive international flags, shouting and cheering the Olympians towards the finish line. This final lap will determine who will wear the gold medal, who will hear their national anthem played and who will win the victory.
Saturday Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes helped induct 25 veterans into the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame, expressing gratitude at a ceremony in Frankfort “for all they and their families have done and continue to do to ensure that we all may live in a free, democratic society.”