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Today's Features

  • Today’s adventure is something yummy that landed on the cheap side thanks to a couple sales at the grocery store. But it also fell victim to a common cooks dilemma.

    Some week’s dinner becomes the same-old-same-old. As I tried to decide what to prepare one night I thought back to some delicious stuffed peppers my sister-in-law once made. She’s one of those cooks who can throw a bunch of things together from her fridge or pantry and come up with something delicious. I usually need a recipe.

  • Though this is the first year for Night Risers Film Festival & Expo, a horror-themed event held tonight, Saturday and Sunday in Elizabethtown, the organizers are not new to scaring people.

    Held at Pritchard Community Center, the event includes everything from a hearse auto show to dancing zombies.

  • Who knew cleaning out a closet would unleash a wave of memories?

    I didn’t, until I started coming across things such as plaques and awards. But mostly, recollections came from baseball hats I once wore.

    The top of my closet was stuffed, so much so there really wasn’t much room for anything else.

    I should have counted how many hats I had up there. I know for certain it was more than 10 from many stages of my life in the last 10 years.

  • In at least one respect, Terry Shortt has come full circle — like a doughnut.

    Last year, Shortt purchased and renovated a building just steps away from where he met his future wife in 1990.

    In November 2012, Shortt and his wife opened Leo’s Donut and Coffee House at a Radcliff landmark: the Dog n Suds drive-in restaurant. It is next to a building that housed a real estate office where he first met Andra, his wife, who had the idea to open the shop.

  • Cecilia

    Irene Dodson, 270-862-3808

  • Howevalley

    Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 270-735-7845

    KENTUCKYWEATHER. Nice is the word. Much cooler. I like it.

  • White Mills

    Terri Spencer, 270-862-4604

  • Rineyville

    Gail Pike, 270-737-2973

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays includes my great-granddaughter, Natalie Williams, Willie Nall, Matthew Kurtz, Rondale Langley, Stacie Gibson, Jim Varela, Pam Marrelli, Lauren Ray, Jody Yates, Judson Dohn, Barbara Dowdell, Reid Johnson, Steve Yates, Steve Pickerell, Betty Brangers, Carol Goodin, Monica Austin, Austin Pence, Allison Langley, Tamara McPheron, Chris Riney, Clarence Jenkins, Jan Strawser and Sandi Crutcher.

  • Billy Huffine of Radcliff and Jamie Lewis of Louisville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Janet M. Huffine, to Zachary D. Dalrymple, both of Louisville.

    The bride-to-be is a graduate of Seneca High School in Louisville. She is attending Indiana University Southeast and is a substitute teacher with Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville.