Today's Features

  • Helen Miles is more than the program and events manager for the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce.

    Miles is a strong supporter of the area and what it has to offer. So it seems fitting she appeared in the film “Elizabethtown” with her husband, Gary.

    “It was really a lot of fun,” Miles said of the movie-making experience.

  • Craving something a little different for dinner? But after a long day at work, who wants to try something complicated?

    There’s nothing like finding a new recipe. But when you just got home, you don’t want dinner to make your work day seem longer.

    When trying a new dinner recipe during the work week, simple is better.

  • If you think Ramen noodles and macaroni and cheese are not related, think again.

    Marco Polo, a merchant from Venice, traveled to China in 1274. By that time, the Chinese had a well-established pasta cuisine. That is probably surprising to you, but I taught my students that Marco brought pasta from China to Italy thus we assume all pasta to be Italian.

  • A near fatal collision put Bruce Hart’s life into perspective and helped him to see God’s purpose for him in sports ministry, he said.

  • The first object fits in her hand and is mostly smooth but slightly textured. The next item is also smooth but larger with more curves and openings into which her young fingers can slip.

    An egg. A mug.

    At the urging of her determined instructor, the blind and mute girl turns over the items in her hands during her reluctant journey to unlock the world of language.

  • Chelsie Mansell’s contagious personality spreads school spirit at North Hardin High School and helps her maintain a healthy attitude through her multiple sclerosis diagnosis.

    The 43-year-old school administrative manager came back to Hardin County after serving in the U.S. Navy and living in Texas. After she had her second child, she was ready to move home.

  • Bookings at the Hardin County Detention Center 5 p.m. Saturday through 5 p.m. Sunday.

  • The Elizabethtown Hardin LaRue Retired Teachers Associa-tion heard about the work of Mission Hope for Kids from Nellie Thomas, executive director, who emphasized the need for volunteers.
    Susan Willian was named Volunteer of the Year from the group; her name will be submitted for district recognition.

  • White Mills
    Terri Spencer, 270-862-
    Tonight I was driving the church bus, taking kids home and the sunset was just amazing.  The reflection of the sun off of the trees was beautiful.  I just kept thinking how blessed I am to get to live in such a wonderful place.

  • Rineyville
    Gail Pike, 270-737-2973