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Today's Features

  • By Shonna Sheckles

    Have you ever thought about what others might think of you? Do they think you might be too fat, too thin, too fair, too dark? In the large scheme of things, does what others think about you really matter?

  • Rebekah Akers, 36, bound her love of books and her passion for community into her position as Adult and Public Services Librarian at the Hardin County Public Library.

    She always has loved libraries and some of her earliest memories include spending time in the college library near her childhood home in Berea.

    “I can still remember how it smells,” she said.

  • William Large of Elizabethtown will celebrate his 75th birthday today, Jan. 10, 2013, with an open house at his home.

    A native of Flatwood, he retired from the Army after 21 years of service and retired from civil service after 30 years. He is married to Ingrid Large.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend the open house.

  • Arielle Biscaro and Adam Redmon of Elizabethtown announce the birth of a son, Aiden Tyler Biscaro, on Dec. 25, 2012, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds and was 19.5 inches long.

    Maternal grandparents are Dawn Nordstrom-Biscaro of Elizabethtown and David Biscaro of Radcliff.

    Paternal grandparents are Carol Cox of Elizabethtown and Keith and Sandy Redmon of Louisville.

  • On Nov. 15, Wesley Hilltop Seniors had its annual Thanksgiving lunch. Club membes voted to do potluck with Kroger cooking the meats.

    Games were played and everyone enjoyed the day.

  • The Lincoln Trail Area Master Gardeners recently elected officers for 2013. Officers are from left,  Secretary Norva Lark, Vice President Valerie Hicks, President Joni HouseWebb; and Treasurer Barbara Conner.

  • In October 2011, Debby Green ran her first 5K race. It was at Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest.

    This past New Year’s Day, Green ran another 5K alongside her friend Arlene Brady.

    “I think that, for most of my life being blind, I never thought it would be possible,” Green explained.

    Holding a cord with a friend holding the other end, Green is able to participate in the runs. Brady and another friend, Kathy Francis, run with Green.

    “If neither one of them is running, I’m not running,” Green said.

  • Cub Scout Pack No. 668, sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-Day Saints, recently went caroling at Bluegrass Assisted Living. By singing together and sharing cookies, they filled the room and residents hearts with love.

  • Duke Burnett was born and raised in Elizabethtown, but it was a trip to Cadiz that made him realize the town was missing something.

    Burnett, who was the high school basketball coach in Cadiz from 1959 to 1967, was inducted into the Trigg County Athletic Hall of Fame in early 2012. He made the trip from Elizabethtown to Cadiz for the January ceremony.

    “When I got back up here I thought, ‘Why don’t we do that in E’town?’” Burnett, 80, said.

  • The Centers for Disease Control has received reports of some people who were vaccinated against influenza becoming ill and testing positive for influenza. This occurs every season. It’s not possible at this time to say whether or not there is more of this happening this season than usual.