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Today's Features

  • Lauren Kinser is having the experience of a lifetime this summer.

    The 21-year-old Elizabethtown native is in Romania working with orphaned children through Home of Hope.

    A Bonner Scholar at Lindsey Wilson College, she always wanted to go to Romania but never made plans for it. About a month ago, she got a call and was asked if money wasn’t an issue how serious was she about going there.

    She said she would be on the next flight.

  • Comedian Groucho Marx is attributed as saying “Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too dark to read.”

    Jim Weise is outside of a dog in a big way.

    Weise was among those who helped re-establish Friends of the Hardin County Public Library last May, and he became president of the organization.

    “We started out with a book sale and had a second book sale,” Weise said.

    After the second book sale, membership grew from around 25 to about 67, he said.

  • Claire Allen knows her way around a stage.

    Not only has Allen acted upon that stage for Hardin County Playhouse, she also has painted sets and worked in various roles behind the scenes.

    “I painted several sets before I started acting,” Allen said.

    Additionally, Allen is president of the HCP board of directors. She has been a member of the board since late 2008.

    Allen recalled that first role as part of an ensemble in an HCP production of “The Sound of Music.”

    “I was a nun,” Allen said.

  • Christy Pritchard looks toward the future with knowledge from the past in her work as an archaeologist and while volunteering with the Elizabethtown Heritage Council.

    She is the archaeology project manager for the Kentucky office of Brockington and Associates and on the board of directors of the Heritage Council.

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  • Cecilia
    Irene Dodson, 270-862-3808
    Sunday afternoon, our daughter Carleen and husband Myles Vollmer stopped by to visit with us on their way home to Nashville, Tennessee, from the wedding . Always a treat to see them as they don’t get up often. As with everyone, working at a public job especially, they stay very busy.

  • Howevalley
    Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 270-735-7845

    KENTUCKY WEATHER. Rain, rain go away....maybe not completely away.
    CECILIA DAYS. The parade was great and the barbecue chicken dinner was delicious. Me, Chloe and mom attended. We talked to people we hadn’t seen in awhile.

  • White Mills news
    Terri Spencer, 270-862-4604

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  • Stephensburg
    Betty Pullen, 270-862-4844
    Hello friends, I know this week has gone somewhat slow. The weather is okay for being the first week of school.