• Glen Rice family and friends wraps concert series Friday

    The News-Enterprise

    Glen Rice and his family and friends will be back at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School for their third and last concert of the year.

    This is the fifth season for the Glen Rice Family and Friends concert series.

    Rice will perform with his family and many old and new friends.

  • Signing history


    Author Ron Elliott of Nelson County will be in Elizabethtown for a book signing at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Hardin County Public Library, 100 Jim Owen Drive.

    His book “From Hilltop to Mountaintop: The Life and Legacy of One Iwo Jima Flag Raiser,” chronicles the life of Kentucky native Franklin Sousley, who was in the famous flag-raising photograph.

    The idea for the book came from a trip several years ago when Elliott was in a military cemetery on a bluff overlooking Omaha Beach.

  • Christmas in November

    “Holiday Inn”

    Runtime: 100 minutes

    Released in 1943

    Black and White

    November 12-13


    “White Christmas”

    Runtime: 120 minutes

    Released in 1954

    November 19-20




    The Historic State Theater gets ready for Christmas this month by offering two classic holiday movies.

  • Veteran vents in personal poetry

    RADCLIFF — While focus and concentrated thinking can be difficult for the schizophrenic mind, Samuel R. Himes is able to express his thoughts and experience through poetry in his latest book, “103 Shadows Set Free.”

    The book is a follow-up to his first published piece, “102 Shades of Blue,” which Himes describes as more of an anthology. His most recent book is strictly poems.

    “In this book, I’m allowing the reader to see a little bit more of me this time,” Himes said. “It’s more personal.”

  • From Alice to Gretel


    bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — The Allegro Dance Theatre will perform an assortment of ballets for its spring recital this weekend at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.

    Saturday will start with a performance of “Alice in Wonderland,” adding younger children to the program that was performed earlier this year.

  • Old-time gospel group to perform at Jamboree

    The News-Enterprise

    HODGENVILLE — The Chuck Wagon Gang will roll into town Friday night to perform at Lincoln Jamboree.

    The group holds the distinction of being the oldest recording mixed gospel group still performing with ties to the original founding. It has a 72-year tradition of singing old gospel songs the old-time way.

  • Ask ECTC

    Q: My daughter will be home from college this summer and is thinking about taking a class or two while she’s home. Does ECTC offer classes that will transfer when she returns to the university?

  • Going somewhere?

    The News-Enterprise

    Are you going far from home to do something interesting this summer? Will you be traveling across the Sudan, backpacking across Europe, helping with AIDS work in Africa, tracking your family lineage or researching an ancient civilization? We want to hear about it. If you are going somewhere to do mission work, research, study abroad, medical aid or other type of relief work — whether in another country or here in the U.S. — contact us by Friday, May 23 so we can tell your story.

  • Inner sanctum


    rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com BONNIEVILLE — Kim Gentry hopes Speleofest 2008 will offer cavers and non-cavers alike the opportunity to explore. Not only caves, but other interests as well.

    “We’re hoping this year to have three different bands,” Gentry, Speleofest chairwoman, said.


    For some people, “exercise” is a dirty word. The fact remains, however, that almost everyone can improve their health through physical activity.

    Regular physical activity can substantially reduce the risk of developing or dying from heart disease, diabetes, colon cancer and high blood pressure. Research also has linked regular physical activity to the prevention of breast cancer, stroke and osteoporosis. It strengthens bones, builds muscles, improves circulation and helps maintain a healthy weight.