Today's Features

  • Family and friends gathered to celebrate the second anniversary of Joshua’s Friends with a special Radcliff Small Business Alliance birthday ribbon cutting. Joshua’s Friends and Your Best Life Now Counseling principals, DR TJ and Liz Kimble hosted a celebration for attendees that featured free chair massages by Stillness Therapeutic Massage and door prizes including homemade fudge and a necklace from Heather Nagel’s Premier Designs jewelry. Maureen Kubash of CocoMoe Photography and RSBA photographer Anne Flanagan documented the event for the Kimbles.

  • Even before the days of plague in Europe and disease epidemics that devastated entire populations, we, as human beings, have searched for ways to make the world a healthier and safer place to live, while at the same time increasing our lifespan. In recent history, doctors and scientists have made discoveries that have given us an understanding of how diseases can be transmitted as well as how to prevent and treat them.

  • By Susan Rider

    Are you living life? Are you living to work? Or are you thriving every day?

    Interesting questions. A couple of weeks ago, I was honored to speak to a group of cancer survivors. The group was a mixture of men and women, young and old, wealthy and poor. Cancer is not prejudice it strikes anywhere.


    City of birth: Deckerville, Mich.
    City of residence: Elizabethtown.
    Favorite music: Gospel.
    Favorite TV shows: Court and “judge” shows, such as “The People’s Court,” which features judge Marilyn Milian, but not “Judge Judy.”
    Favorite movies: “300.”
    Favorite books: Historical romances.
    Hobbies: Travel.

  • An Elizabethtown author will be on hand Sunday for a booksigning at St. James Catholic Church.

  • The Quilt Guild enjoyed the March program at Nolin RECC with speaker Bobbie Smith Bryant, a native Kentuckian, born in the Black Patch of Calloway County.  She has written a book, Passions of the Black Patch, Cooking and Quilting in Western Kentucky, and her presentation shared her family stories about working the land in western Kentucky and how quilts figured into the tracking of her family ancestry.

  • South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 270-872-3223

    Spring break is here for Hardin County kids. I, for one, am happy to have my kids at home.We hope for beautiful weather so everyone can have quality time with their kiddos.

    BIRTHDAYS. Happy birthday wishes go to April Reed, Destiny Tharpe, Michael Cecil, Becky Kemp, Brittany Beavers, Scotty Gardner, Lena Stilts, Tracey Cordle, Kenny Smith, Alexandra Bennett, Lowell Patterson, Carol Rogers and Brother Tony Carson.

  • Rineyville

    Gail Pike, 270-737-2973

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include Kay Farmer, Tom Kasey, Contessa Jones, Shawn Scherer, Saundra Salvia, Kelli Yates, Ryan Cecil, David Hart, Sam Banks, Devon Tamberelli, Ashley Carter, Josie Pike, Dayna Parrett, Dennis Brangers, Skaleika Gray, Lena Rodriguez, Samantha Prevento, Tiffany Rambo, Troy Wise, Ryan Crewz, David Thompson, Taylor Chapman, Lewis Simpson, Katlyn Geer, Mary Ann Vance, Frances, Paul Cowherd, Cal Yates, Nolan Thomas, Macy Gibson, Amy Jones and Sierra Hall.