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Today's Features

  • Wrestling a grizzly bear might seem like an unusually dangerous undertaking for most.

    Wrestling one with laser beams shooting out of its eyes and a chainsaw and flame thrower duct-taped to its paws is epic.

    For Central Hardin High School graduate Tony Aros it’s also the subject of the first in his latest art series, epic portraits. The portraits depict subjects performing “over-the-top feats of strength.”

  • By Nannette Johnston

    Hardin County Schools students use technology every day in their classrooms. In fact, a lot of those students carry those technological skills home and use them to do research, homework or to play educational games. HCS students are making groundbreaking strides with technology. Some of them displayed their work at the second annual Hardin County Schools Technology Fair last month.

  • Public preschools are perhaps the most well-known of the early education options in the area, but parents looking for an educational setting for their 3- and 4-year-olds can find private preschools and child care centers that can offer the ABCs to their children.

    Many churches offer preschool programs, such as First Christian Church in Elizabethtown. Wilma Curry, the director of preschool and after-school programs with the church, said their preschool curriculum focuses on developing the students spiritually, physically, socially and academically.

  • Rotarian D. Dee Shaw, Elizabethtown city attorney, was the speaker for the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting March 27. She gave a presentation on the history of alcohol sales in Elizabethtown and the current policy. Pictured are Elizabethtown Rotary Club President Michael Owsley, left, and D. Dee Shaw.

  • The Radcliff Woman’s Club meeting March 12 was showered with blessings. The group made the meeting special by sponsoring a shwoer for SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program.

  • The area Rotary speech contest was held at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on March 20. Participants from left, Caleb Moore, home schooled, Syreeta Briggs, North Hardin High School, Quinn Towery, Scottsville High School in Allen County and Omar Banihani of Elizabethtown High School.

  • The Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club is preparing for The Garden Clubs of Kentucky Inc 81st Annual Convention at Barren River State Resort Park in Lucas. Garden Club members from all over the state will enjoy the convention April 2 to 5. The theme is “In Touch With Nature,” and several Potted Few members plan to attend.

  • The Lincoln Trail Amateur Radio Club will host the 34th annual HAMFEST beginning at 8 a.m. April 7 at Elizabethtown Community College, State Fire and Rescue Training Facility, 603 College Street Road, Elizabethtown.

    A HAMFEST is a sale of new and used amateur radios and electronic parts. This years HAMFEST will have several vendors indoors and an outdoor flea market. It is open to the public and is attended by electronics enthusiasts’ from all over Kentucky and some of the surrounding states.