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Today's Features

  • After teaching at G.C. Burkhead Elementary School for 28 years, Debbie McQueary retired in 2005 and joined a homemakers club. This involvement led her to be inducted as the current Hardin County Homemakers president.

    “Debbie is one of the nicest, most genuine and talented people I have ever met,” Hardin County Extension agent Teran Ransom said. “Her attention to detail and sense of community will enable her to make a great (president).”

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club members Anne Flanagan, Jeannene Shipp, Margo Kampe, Barbara Proffitt, Pat Nuccitelli, Doris Browder, Becky Brecht and Florence Mason recently shared their enthusiasm about the local community with hundreds of people. The ladies were among volunteers to work the Hardin County booth at the 2013 Kentucky State Fair.

  • For 12 years or so, John Langley counted on physical labor as a roofer to make his living.

    Some years and two surgeries later, Langley put to work the knowledge he gained while recovering from his injured back to become a self-taught computer technician.

    Tucked away in a front corner in a booth at Peddler’s Mall in Elizabethtown, Langley, 52, and his brother, Richard, run a computer repair and service business they started about eight years ago. Two small rooms behind the display cases hold electronic equipment, computers and various parts.

  • This is the time of year when children are involved with all kinds of sports and extracurricular activities. For most young people, their parents are deeply involved in these activities as well. Usually, parents are needed for transportation and administration in youth sports. Parents also are important as coaches and support for their child.

    Unfortunately, it often happens parents do not fully understand their role and overstep their involvement. This leads to negative outcomes for the parent and sometimes for the child.

  • Bob and Roseann Thrush and Bob and Rita Goodin, all of Elizabethtown, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Brittany Thrush and Chad Goodin, both of Elizabethtown.

    The wedding is Oct. 6, 2013, in Fairhope, Ala.

  • Steven and Elsa Gonzalez Sharlow of Radcliff will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary Sept. 19, 2013.

    They were married Sept. 19, 1978, in Balboa, Canal Zone, Republic of Panama.

    Mrs. Sharlow is a Spanish language teacher with Hardin County Schools and a member of Church of God of Prophecy in Elizabethtown.

    Mr. Sharlow is a logistics management specialist with the U.S. Army at Fort Knox. He also is a member of Church of God of Prophecy in Elizabethtown.

    They have two sons, Jeremy Sharlow of Campbellsville and Aaron Sharlow of Columbia.

  • Debbie Goodwin and Nick Meshew of Lexington announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Thomas L. Britt and the late Yong Hui Britt. A graduate of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, she is a registered nurse.

    The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Meshew. A graduate of South West Texas Junior College, he is an information technology manager.

    A June 7, 2014 wedding is planned.

  • Cecilia
    Irene Dodson, 270-862-3808

    Where has the summer gone? I can hardly grasp the fact that fall already is upon us. I have noticed that many leaves on the trees in our yard are beginning to turn yellow and fall off. Fall is a beautiful time of the year, but it is hard for me to enjoy the beauty, for realizing that winter is just around the corner. Hopefully it will be a snowless winter. I know many of my cowriters can hardly wait for snow. Well it isn’t impossible to suit everyone.