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  • International best-selling author to appear at Fort Knox library

    An international best-selling author will hold a book signing at Barr Memorial Library at Fort Knox.

    Mark Sullivan, the author of “Rogue” and “Outlaw,” will discuss and sign his novel, “Thief,” at a program that begins at noon Tuesday. Barr Memorial Library is at 62 W. Spearhead Division Ave., Building 400, on post.

  • Frankie Valli's music to be featured at the State Theater

    If you remember the sounds of “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry” or “Walk Like a Man,” you’ll want to visit the Historic State Theater on Feb. 28.

    The theater will present the Let’s Hang On — Frankie Valli Tribute Show. It is a touring concert with a cast of four plus a live band.

  • Published authors sought for free Radcliff event

    Local published authors are being sought for a free event to be held in April in Radcliff.

    Beautifully Bare Laser Hair Removal and Leo’s Donut and Coffee House hope five to 10 local writers will participate in “Spotlighting Local Authors,” on April 18 at Leo’s at 605 N. Wilson Road in Radcliff.

  • Blue Soul Gypsys concert is postponed

    Hardin County band The Blue Soul Gypsys was scheduled to return Saturday to the Historic State Theater but the concert has been postponed.

    The band now is scheduled to perform at 7:30 p.m. March 6 with special guest Matt Butcher.

  • Stopping by work on a snowy morning

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA

    The News-Enterprise

    So we got a bit of snow this week.

    OK, so by the time this column published we probably will have gotten a lot of snow this week. As I write this, we’ve collected somewhere in the neighborhood of 6 or 7 inches of snow, and up to twice that amount is expected over the coming days.

  • The envelope please...

    To see a full list of nominees, view this story on www.thenewsenterprise.com.

    By BECCA OWSLEY
    The News-Enterprise

    It’s time for Hollywood to dress up to the nines and walk the red carpet to collect awards for the year’s achievement in film.

  • Vases, offering plates among woodwork for local crafter

    Creating bowls, vases and a variety of wood items has made Lloyd Henderson an inventor of sorts.

    When he needs specialized scrapers and equipment, such as a lathe big enough to accommodate the largest of the bowls he makes, Henderson makes his own tools for the job.

  • Auditions scheduled at the HCP for ‘The Miracle Worker’

    The Hardin County Playhouse is auditioning for the dramatic play “The Miracle Worker.”

    The play is based on Helen Keller’s autobiography. Keller was blind, deaf and mute and her parents hired Anne Sullivan to be her teacher. By learning discipline, Keller eventually was able to communicate through Sullivan’s help.

  • Accessing the reality of four decades

    If we are all being honest, life doesn’t always turn out the way we expect it.

    Last year, I turned 40. It’s taken this long just say those words out loud.

    Turning that particular age was hard for me. There were a long list of things I wanted to accomplish before I was 40 that never happened. And a few things happened that I didn’t see coming.

  • Who lives in a pineapple under the sea...

    The first question that pops to mind when watching “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” is: Why is Antonio Banderas (“The Expendables 3”) in a SpongeBob movie?

    The second question must be: Why you are sitting through a SpongeBob movie? Maybe that should have been the first question.