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  • Wreath-making is crafty alternative for Elizabethtown resident

    When health issues kept Vonetta Grey from working several years ago, the Elizabehtown woman found an outlet that has her going round in circles.

    Grey began making wreaths.

  • Seasons set for local theater

    The season is set for local theater in Hardin County.

    The Hardin County Play­house in the Historic State Theater complex and Hardin County School’s Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School have announced new seasons packed with entertainment options to participate in and enjoy.

  • ECTC professor pens historical novel

    An Elizabethtown Commu­nity and Technical College professor has published a historical novel.

    “My Blessed, Wretched Life: Rebecca Boone’s Story” was published April 27 by Butler Books. The author is ECTC chemistry professor Sue Kelly Ballard.

  • Avengers reassemble in 'Age of Ultron'

    The Earth’s mightiest heroes have assembled once again in “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”

    The film jumps head first into action from the opening scenes while the middle of the film gives audiences a bigger glimpse into the minds and back stories of the famous characters from previous Marvel films.

  • Nature on display in Disney's 'Monkey Kingdom'

    Most of us don’t get the opportunity to witness some of the fascinating parts of nature. Thanks to Disneynature, we get a glimpse into the lives of many of the Earth’s creatures.

    Last year, it was “Bears” and we got a peek into the culture and habits of grizzlies.

  • Soldier illustrates military life and much more in his art

    Chief Warrant Officer 2 Toni Graves combines his love of art and his love of the military in many pieces of his fine artwork.

    Sometimes people assume the paintings in his Fork Knox office are pieces he bought, until they look closer to see his signature on it. Then they usually become more interested in the piece and asks questions about it, he said.

  • Ashlee Tomes' lens reflects joy in everyday life

    Photographer Ashlee Tomes turned heartbreak into inspiration.

    In 2007, at a doctor’s appointment to find out what sex their baby would be, Tomes and her husband learned their daughter had a heart defect called Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome.

    Their daughter, London, died during surgery when she was 2 days old.

  • Craft vendors sought for upcoming events

    Craft vendors are being invited to set up for free during two events hosted by The Nancy Lincoln Inn.

    The Craft Fair will be held 11 a.m.-4 p.m. June 26-28 and July 2-6.

    All crafts must be handmade in Kentucky and vendors can set up outside the inn for free and hand out business cards. Vendors must bring their own equipment to set up.

  • Storms signs books at Towne Mall

    The first of a planned seven-book vampire romance series by Meade County High School graduate Samantha Storms has been released.

    She will be at Towne Mall from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday for a local book signing.

  • Young adult author holds book signing

    An author of young adult novels will hold a book signing today at Barr Memorial Library in Fort Knox.

    Katie McGarry will discuss and sign copies of her latest young adult novel, “Nowhere But Here,” at 6 p.m. at the library at 62 W. Spearhead Division Ave., Building 400.