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Today's Features

  • Congressman Brett Guthrie announced that Devonte Eugene Duncan of Brandenburg received an appointment to one of our nation’s service academies.
    “It was a great honor for me to notify Devonte of his appointment,” said Congressman Guthrie. “Devonte will make an excellent cadet.”

  • On April 24, I went to the emergency room at Hardin Memorial Health because I had been experiencing abdominal pain all day long, which had since migrated to my right side.
    After the ever-present waiting period, I was seen by Dr. Dishaw and nurse Christina who did an initial evaluation and sent me for a CT scan. After reading the results and consulting with other doctors, Dr. Dishaw advised me that I had a very inflamed appendix and was scheduled for surgery.
    His manner was very down-to-earth and informative of what was about to take place.

  • The following marriage dissolutions have been granted in Hardin Circuit Court.

    Miguel Marlando Wollaston, 35, Naples, Florida, and Jessica Mae Stallins, 28, Radcliff. Married three years.

    Steven Anthony Wheeler, 32, Elizabethtown, and Rebeka Jane Wheeler, 27, Rineyville. Married seven years.

    Kenneth Charles Luce, 28, LaGrange, and Michele Renee Engels, 40, Radcliff. Married eight years.

    Darrin L. Bradley, 47, Fort Knox, and Daphne Bradley, 45, Elizabethtown. Married 13 years.

  • Rick Bennett, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Pershing Branch Manager, left, receives a certificate of appreciation from Brigade Commander Col. Bill Ostlund. The Credit Union was honored for its support of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, during its time at Fort Knox.
     

  • The Fort Knox BOSS ( Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers) program members visit residents of Atria Assisted Living to enjoy a lunch with veterans. The young soldiers enjoyed listening to the stories the seasoned veterans had to tell.
     

  • Hardin Memorial Health Auxiliary Board members from left, Martha Baughman, Clara Druen, Anna Misrendino, Lela Boix, Mary Lou Givan, Becky Grant and Carlyn Leonard recommended to fellow members and it was approved to donate $25,000 for remodeling Hardin Memorial Health’s cafeteria, $20,000 for publication of a booklet on the history of Hardin Memorial Health in honor of the 60th anniversary and $1,100 to the birthplace for scales. The auxiliary is involved in several projects to raise money for these causes.

  • The legacy of a patron saint will be carried on at the Hardin County Farmers Market Saturday through a series of Catholic prayers.

    The Rev. Daniel Lin­coln, pastor of the St. John Baptist Parish in Rineyville, will conduct a prayer service for farmers, plants and anyone who attends.

    The 10-minute service is a tradition linked to St. Isidore the Farmer, a 10th century Spanish laborer who is regarded as the patron saint of crops.

  • “Million Dollar Arm,” based on true events, is a film with a sweet story that’s full of humor and heart.

    It’s the story of JB Bernstein, played by Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”), a sports agent whose business is in trouble. In an attempt to save it, he goes to India to find a Major League Baseball player through a contest called Million Dollar Arm.

  • Grammy-nominated group Fireflight will headline the third annual Flames of Fire Music Venue MusicFest, which begins at 3 p.m. Saturday at Lakeside Worship Center in Elizabethtown.

    Tickets for the event are $10.50 in advance and $14 at the door. Seating is limited.

    Fireflight has released four albums. Its latest album is titled “Now.”

    Additionally, FFMV Music­Fest will feature Pillar of Fire, The Zach Allen Band and Second Perception. The bands are from Dawson Springs, Nashville and New Albany, Indiana, respectively.

  • Spring has sprung and so have children. Sprung into action, that is.

    It’s inevitable that better weather will induce dormant, lethargic beings to become active, energetic ones. A sunny outdoor environment. after all, is alluring, what with its warming sunshine and burgeoning greenery.

    Part of that springing can be dangerous, though.