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Today's Features

  • The large green creatures with red eyes scramble toward the man after he makes his way across the bridge, and the man dispenses a rapid volley of gunfire to protect himself.

    The scene played out on a computer screen in a video game design class that’s just one of several summer classes offered at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College as part of its Kid’s College.

    “This is actually my first time I’ve made my own game,” Keith Fowler, 13, of Vine Grove, said of the video game.

  • “The Dark Knight Rises”
    Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, some sensuality and language
    Runtime: 164 min
    Release date: July 20
    Rating: Amazing

     

     

    Shrouded in mystery and now synonymous with tragedy, the finale of director Christopher Nolan’s Batman series rises above to be a piece of genius.

  • Parents must be careful what they write. First, your kids just are not as interesting to everyone else as they are to you. A hard truth, but the truth.

    And second — probably more important, too — some day when your little nuggets become Internet savvy, they will find every word you ever put down about them.

    I’m sorry, Quinn, but this is too good not to share.

    Little Quinn, my 3-year-old son, also known as The Hurricane, The Giggler and Quinny Monster, accompanied me to Kroger last week.

  • Many members of the Stitchers Quilt Guild entered quilts and other items in the Hardin County Fair. Thirty-one ribbons were won by members on quilts, including Brenda Arnett pictured with her Best of Show winning quilt. The Heartland of Kentucky Quilt Show, hosted by the guild, is Sept. 21 and 22, where you will see these award-winning quilts and many others.

  • I had lots of plans for the summer.

    I was going to take the kids to every amusement-type place we could find that was close and not outrageously expensive. We were going to play at the park multiple times a week. We were going to be creative every day, with lots of coloring and gluing and cutting. The TV was going to be a once-in-a-while concept, not an everyday, multiple-times-a-day thing.

    After being in this parenting gig for four years, and a stay-at-home mom for almost two, you’d think I wouldn’t still be as delusional as I am.

  • After many years of public and community service, Carolyn Ritchie is ready for a break.

    Those who work with her say it’s deserved.

    Ritchie retires from her position as county treasurer July 31, her 64th birthday. She started working for Hardin County government in 1996 and became treasurer in 2000.

    As treasurer, she oversees grants, payroll, investments, bills and revenue for the county.

  • After many years of public and community service, Carolyn Ritchie is ready for a break.

    Those who work with her say it’s deserved.

    Ritchie retires from her position as county treasurer July 31, her 64th birthday. She started working for Hardin County government in 1996 and became treasurer in 2000.

    As treasurer, she oversees grants, payroll, investments, bills and revenue for the county.

  • RIASOK Shrine Club of Elizabethtown donated $100,000 to support the medical needs of children. A check is was presented July 22 to Sam Swope and Jerry Ward, chairman of the board of directors of Kosair Charities at the 12th Annual Sam Swope Charity Ride benefitting Kosair Charities and organized by Kosair Shriners. Sam Swope, a founding member of RIASOK Shrine Club, in turn also presented his own check for $100,000, providing a combined donation of $200,000 to support Kosair Charities.