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Today's Features

  • Gold Rush, the largest fundraiser for the Fort Knox Spouses & Community Club, is from 6 p.m. to midnight March 15, at the Saber & Quill on Fort Knox.

    Participants can cheer on their favorite steed in the horse races, each decorated by a command on post, bid on items at the live and silent auctions and play in the blackjack, poker or bingo games. The Saloon Girls will entertain the crowd. Adult beverage samplings will be available. The Saber & Quill will open at 5 pm to serve dinner.

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

    Scott Everett Morgan, 29, and Dorothy Ann Sisk, 31, both of Radcliff. Married one year.

    Stanley Wade Martin, 53, And Diana L. Taylor, 47, both of Elizabethtown. Married 22 years.

    Joshua Lynn Hart, 28, Rineyville, and Samantha Megan Ryan, 27, Cecilia. Married two years.

    Charles M. Edlin, 36, Radcliff, and Tabatha Oller, 32, Cecilia. Married 13 years.

  • Despite her share of trials, tribulations and tragedy, Truletta Thomas this month marked 41 years of operating Trudy’s Wig & Beauty Boutique, a beauty shop that once was just a dream.

    “It hasn’t been easy,” Thomas said of pursuing her dream. “My mom died when I was 9.”

  • Sure, I get that everyone’s tired of winter and ready for spring already.

    That we haven’t had this many below-freezing days in a row in years.
    That we had snow on the ground for almost two weeks.

    But the trees. They were absolutely spectacular.

    After freezing rain Feb. 4 coated trees with half an inch of ice, we were treated to a winter wonderland that rivaled any staged Christmas light show.

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  • Making Saturday morning pancakes is about to get more fun, especially if you let the kids in the kitchen.

    Pancakes of any kind are usually tasty. A tall stack, flavored or my favorite kind: silver-dollar pancakes. They are all delicious, especially smothered in syrup.

    Scrolling through Pinterest the other day, I saw a quick and easy pancake recipe that would be great for a family to cook together. It’s a particularly good choice if each member of the family likes a different flavor of pancake.

  • In the last 20 years or so, we have started hearing more about celiac disease. It is a genetic autoimmune disorder and those who have it cannot eat gluten because it damages their small intestines.

    The disease is estimated to affect one in 100 people worldwide. About 2.5 million Americans are undiagnosed and are at risk for long-term health complications, according to the Celiac Disease Foundation.

  • You never know a stranger’s story.

    Every day, we come in contact with too many people to count. We line up behind them in stores, pass them on the roads, deal with them at work. You don’t think about it often, but every one of them has a life to run. Every one of them has strengths and challenges. Some have chronic burdens and some are just having a bad day.

  • “RoboCop”
    Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of action including frenetic gun violence throughout, brief strong language, sensuality and some drug material.
    Release date: Feb. 12
    Runtime: 108 minutes
    Rating: It’s a snoozer

    There are many movies from the 1980s that people look back on with fond memories. Some of these movies make interesting remakes. Some should be left alone.

    “RoboCop” should have been left alone.

  • White Mills

    Terri Spencer, 270-862-4604