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  • My memories of 9/11

    As the 10th anniversary of 9/11 was observed over the weekend, many have recounted where they were or how they felt that day and in the time that followed.

    I had recently graduated from Seminary and was about to move home from Louisville. I went to work like any other morning to input data at a library collection agency in Southern Indiana. Some called us the library police.

  • Magazine features inked area resident

    About six months ago while attending a tattoo convention in Louisville, Adrienne Laine found herself offered a photo shoot with the suggestion that it might make the cover of a magazine.

    While some might find such an offer a little suspicious, her boyfriend, Tray Benham, knew it was legit. The photographer was an acquaintance.

    “I’ve known him for a while,” Benham said, explaining the man, Bill Tinney, took photos that appeared in magazines such as Easy Rider and Tattoo.

  • Area musician wants to entertain, relieve stress

    Musician Mike Jones spent his weekend celebrating what would have been bluegrass legend Bill Monroe’s 100th birthday.

    He wrote a song called “The Ghost of Mr. Bill,” which won the Come Home to the Bluegrass songwriting contest. As the winner, he performed the song at the birthday celebration in Rosine, Monroe’s birthplace.

    He performed with Blue River, a band that includes banjo player Billy Edlin, of Elizabethtown.

    It was an honor for Jones.

  • Tournaments lure teacher to different type of school

    As a fifth grade math teacher at Morningside Elementary School in Elizabethtown, Karla Buckingham is used to going to work at a school filled with children.

    As a champion bass fisher, she searches for schools of fish.
    “There’s something about catching that school of fish,” the teacher said.

    Buckingham and her husband, Todd, are currently top-ranked in Kentucky Division: KY-14 Co-Ed Twin Spring Lakes Division of the U.S.A. Bassin Tournament Trail.

  • Jug band music takes stage at the State

    The Juggernaut Jug Band hits the stage at the Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

    Jug band music is a mix of jazz, blues, swing and ragtime music played on washboards, wash tubs and jugs along with more conventional instruments.

    The band will combine obscure tunes from the 1920s to 1940s, traditional jug band tunes, originals and rock classics. They promote themselves as a “musical concert like no other.”

  • Sister Hazel closes out Fort Knox free summer concert series

    Rock band Sister Hazel will close out the Fort Knox Free Summer Concert Series with a performance Saturday on post.

    The concert, which is free and open to the public, takes place at Eastman Park Amphitheater and include special guest Nick Howard.

    Sister Hazel probably is best known for their hit “All For You.” Howard is a British singer/ songwriter whose music has been featured on TV shows such as “The Hills,” “Army Wives” and “Cougar Town.”

  • The Best: Favorite chicken recipes

    The recipe for Susan’s Stuffed Chicken Breasts is from my sister-in-law, Susan Thurman of Glasgow. I’ve been making this for at least 35 or 40 years, and I just love it. It’s so simple and it always turns out right. I don’t ever use 4 ounces of dried beef or ham; I just omit that ingredient. I think the first time I made the dish I had forgotten to buy dried beef, and it was so good without it, that I never bothered using it.

  • Cecilia author one of two at Saturday booksigning

    Cecilia author Trevis Powell will be one of two authors at a booksigning at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Elizabethtown on Saturday.

    Powell is the author of the “Were-war” series published by Blackwyrm Publishing. The third book in the series, “Jamus’ Sorrow,” was published in July.

    The booksigning also will include Kentucky author Selina Fugate. Fugate, who is from Hazard, is the author of “The Veil,” also published by Blackwyrm Publishing.

    The event is from 3 to 7 p.m.

  • 'The Sandlot' up to bat at Historic State Theater

    Neighborhood baseball steps onto the field when the Historic State Theater hosts showings of the 1993 movie “The Sandlot” Friday and Saturday.

    The film is presented at 8 p.m. each night with a 2 p.m. showing Saturday.

    “The Sandlot” is a movie about a boy who moves into a new neighborhood and wants to learn how to play baseball.

    Tickets for the movie are $5 and are available at the door or in advance. For more information call (270) 234-8258.

  • Hardin County native gets into the swing of music

    Spec. Jake Stith can trace his interest in music back to when he was about 6 years old.

    “I got involved in music when I got obsessed with The Beatles from my dad,” Stith said.

    The thing that did it was a TV documentary about The Beatles, which his dad had taped.

    “I just watched it over and over again,” he said.

    The Hardin County native was born and raised in Rineyville and attended Rineyville Elementary School and James T. Alton Middle School, graduating from John Hardin High School in 2005.