There are many exciting developments at Ft. Knox. The Human Resource Center of Excellence, the newest facility on Ft. Knox, is near completion. The Center will house more than 4,000 employees from the Army Human Resources Command, Cadet Command and the Army Accessions Command. Also, read about The 3d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) that deployed to Haiti in support of earthquake relief efforts. Soldiers will provide logistics expertise and will join other military personnel from Kentucky already in Haiti. These stories and more are featured in The News Enterprise.
As we begin the new year in the Heartland, cities in and around Ft. Knox are looking forward to a year of expansion and opportunities to welcome both new businesses and neighbors. Cities have been preparing for BRAC for many years and are excited to see the development of new infrastructures that will serve incoming Soldiers and civilians. These stories are featured in The News Enterprise.
For kids and parents looking for recreational and educational programs, there are many opportunities to enroll in classes. Destiny Center, geared for students in sixth through 12th grades in the north end of Hardin County, offers activities such as outings, guest speakers, mentors and homework assistance. Also, read about the new Regional Education Center in Radcliff that has combined six educational institutions; colleges, universities, and training centers. These stories are featured in The News Enterprise.
Antique shopping in the Heartland is a great way to enjoy time with friends and family. A new antique store just opened in Upton that includes a variety of folk art, a mix of antiques, nostalgic signs, handmade crafts and wooden furniture. And if you are searching for cheap eats for the family, check out the Dairy Bar in Whitley City, complete with carhops and the Dixie Whooper for only $2.50. These stories are featured in The Kentucky Standard.