Today's Features

  • Inspired by Relay for Life T-shirts, Carmel Pike turned a quilting project into a memorial and a tribute for those affected by cancer.

    The 67-year-old Rineyville woman said she’s not a quilter but one day she decided to learn the craft and make a quilt from T-shirts from Relay for Life events.

    Pike, is a cancer survivor herself. And while she’ll note the scars an operation left on her neck, she said cancer doesn’t define her.

    She gave three shirts to a friend, but the friend was willing to give them back along with 12 extra shirts.

  • Allegro Senior Living invites you to join us as we honor those whom have served and are currently serving in our military.

    A ceremony honoring military past and present begins at 2 p.m. Nov. 12 at Allegro Senior Living in Elizabethtown. Special guest speakers include State Sen. Dennis Parrett and State Rep. Tim Moore.

  • Hobbies have filled Gisela Paul’s life, not to mention her home.

    Basket weaving, quilting, crocheting, knitting and baking — and the resulting products — are evident throughout the Radcliff woman’s home and beyond.

    Baskets of all shapes, colors, sizes and purposes fill Paul’s home, including her kitchen, dining room and living room. A tabletop quilt displaying leaves and fall colors adorns the dining room table, and she has many others stored in her home.

  • "Thor: The Dark World" 
    Rated PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence, and some suggestive content.
    Release date: Nov. 8
    Runtime: 112 minutes
    Rating: Welcome back Thor

  • The finale of the 2013 Glen Rice Family and Friends Musical Concert Series hits the stage at 7 p.m. Friday at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.

    The series, presented by Buffalo Productions, is finishing its eighth season. The performance, featuring local and regional talent, pays tribute to country groups Alabama, The Oak Ridge Boys, The Gatlin Brothers and The Slater Brothers.

  • In the hustle and bustle of Christmas shopping, parents often have a list a mile long of things their kids want. But around the world, children gather for one simple gift, maybe the only gift they’ll get that year.

    The gift is a shoebox full of toys, candy and hygiene items packed by people halfway across the world they will never meet. But sometimes the connections made through those shoeboxes can save a life.

  • An exhibit featuring light modulators is on display at Morrison Art Gallery at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.

    “WT Stinson: Amalgam” is on exhibit through Dec. 5 in the art gallery in the James S. Owen Building.

    Stinson, who was born in Elizabethtown, lives in Bowling Green and teaches and creates art.

    The exhibit is free and open to the public.

    A closing reception is Dec. 5.

    For information, call Rachel L. Ray at 270-706-8507.

  • The New-Enterprise

    A duet of area musicians are hosting a CD release event at 7 p.m. Friday at the Bridge Community Church in Elizabethtown.

    The event, held at the church at 6746 S. Wilson Road, is a celebration by Joanna Black and Lyndsay Taylor for the release of their duet worship CD “Beloved.”

    Black and Taylor will sing songs from “Beloved” and perform other music.
    Black is a Christian musician who has recorded three CDs with her husband, Matt.

  • At the October meeting of DAV Chapter 003 Elizabethtown at Prichard Community Center, members of Rineyville Boy Scout Troop 600 presented DAV Chapter 003 with a plaque of appreciation to thank DAV members for their recent donation and with a special recognition of DAV Chapter 003 member Russell Healey for him personally helping the troop with special projects.