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Today's Features

  • The Peanut Butter Saga.

    That’s what my girlfriend, Rebecca Ricks, named a recent and ongoing experience at our home.

  • “Dark Shadows”
    Rated PG-13 for comic horror violence, sexual content, some drug use, language and smoking.
    Runtime:113 minutes
    Release date: May 11
    Rating: Not good.

    First reactions to “Dark Shadows” might be the same question you ask any time Tim Burton and Johnny Depp get together for a film: “Are these guys nuts?”

  • Autumn Sandlin is this month's student editor.

    Autumn is a 18-year-old 2012 graduate of Elizabethtown High School.

    She enjoys going to concerts, hanging out with her best friend, writing and everything about Nashville. Her future goals are to be a journalist, English teacher, elementary school teacher or author.

    Autumn joined Rising Voices to gain journalistic experience and improve her writing skills and share her writing with others.

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    A project that is very dear to the hearts of members of Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown is the donation of a book to the Hardin County Public Library in the memory of a deceased member or spouse of a member.

  • By Autumn Sandlin

     

    Cats vs. Dogs is one of the age old battles of good and evil. Much like Voldemort vs. Harry Potter, one of the sides is clearly good while the other is monstrous, evil.

  • By Mickey Thompson

    McDonald’s, Rally’s, Sonic, Chick-fil-a, Boy Scout Troop 221 and Habitat for Humanity linked up

    do when they come together? In November of last year, they collaborated to assist a local woman in a difficult situation.

  • Mitchell and Charlotte Grimes and Anthony and Tonda Underwood, all of Hodgenville, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Carrie E. Grimes and Adam C. Underwood, both of Hodgenville.

    The wedding is at 2 p.m. May 19, 2012, at Gospel of Grace Baptist Church in Hodgenville with a reception to follow at the church.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

  • By Autumn Sandlin

    This is a very big year for politics. In November, America will elect, or re-elect, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney as president. The election in November offers many exciting options, especially the opportunity for many 18-year-olds to vote for the first time. 

    “I’m very excited. It makes me feel grown,” Elizabethtown High School senior Mariah Dennison said.

  • By Alexis Piscatello

    Here we go,  summer has arrived. Time for sunbathing, movie-watching and hanging out with friends. Wait. What’s this about college and putting together a dorm room?

    For many new high school graduates, what to do about the dorm is a major blank spot on the college checklist. There are so many essentials we tend to forget about in our grand plans for college life.

  • Television
    The Doctor of "Doctor Who" is an alien who travels through time and space in a little blue box (it’s bigger on the inside). He fights aliens and befriends others, as he shows his human companions more of the world than they can even imagine. The show ran from 1963-1989, but it was revived in 2005 and it will begin its seventh season later in 2012. Anyone who is a fan of the sci fi genre should definitely check it out, as well as anyone who is a fan of quick-witted British humor.