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Today's Features

  • By SHONNA SHECKLES

    Do you ever find yourself thinking there are not enough hours in the day to get done what you need to do? Do you sometimes think maybe we have run out of time and will not complete all the tasks set before us? Do you sometimes feel times have changed as far as how we deal with each other as a society?

    For all these questions, I answer yes.

  • Sydney E. Siegman recently served as a page for Sen. Dennis Parrett, D-Elizabethtown, on the floor of the Kentucky State Senate. Sydney is the daughter of Jim and Jennifer Siegman of Hardin County and a seventh-grader at East Hardin Middle School.

  • Jared Givan, left, is pictured with his friend and mentor Joe Malone. Jared had major accomplishments during the first of a three leg archery tournament sponsored by the National Field Archery Association at Chickasaw Archery in Shepherdsville. This was Jared’s fourth year to place first in his age division with a perfect score of 300 and shooting 57 out of 60 Xs. He will go on to compete in the southeast sectionals on March 10 and 11 and Nationals on March 31 and April 1.

  • Since the first hostess, Ethel Chaffee, graced the halls of Quarters 1 more than 70 years ago, many generals and their wives have lived in the home.

    Connie McDonald, wife of Fort Knox Commander Maj. Gen. Mark McDonald, serves as hostess of the home and is thrilled to be in a place with such a rich history.

    “I’m a historian by education, so you tell me I have the opportunity to live in a home that was built when this one was built, I’m going to do nothing but jump up and down with joy,” McDonald said.

  • It is March and it looks like spring is finally here. Most of us will welcome the season with some type of spring cleaning. As a home stager I have written several articles on how to clean your house for spring. Today I would like to focus on internal cleaning, more of the personal kind.

  • The Rev. Hyungsool Joseph Kim’s journey to the pulpit in America was full of events he describes as “miraculous.”

    Rev. Joe, as his parishioners call him, came to the United States in 2001.

    He was born in a small town on the eastern coast of South Korea.

    “I was a country boy,” Kim said.

    His father was a farmer who grew vegetables. Kim was the youngest in the family with four brothers and two sisters.

  • The World Day of Prayer for 2012 was March 2 at The First Baptist Church of Elizabethtown. Ten members from the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown attended the function. The highlight of the program was two refugees from Malaysia, Thang Sanga and Lal Zan. Upon leaving Malaysia, the young men came to the United States to their new home in Louisville at Catholic Charities.

  • The Radcliff Rotary recently honored its Student of the Month, Andrew Boyles. Andrew attends North Hardin High School and is involved in numerous sports and clubs to include the National Honor Society. The Rotary Club presented him with a certificate of achievement and a $25 gift certificate, courtesy of Radcliff Wal-Mart. Andrew hopes to pursue accounting at Western Kentucky University. From left, club president Mike Enlow, Andrew Boyles, his father, Doug, and his mother, Margann.

  • Members of the Kentucky Black Caucus League of Elected Officials attended the honoring of Sen. Gerald Neal at the Capital Rotunda. Pictured are Tanya Seabrook, Senator Gerald Neal, Radcliff City Councilman Stan Holmes and Hardin County NAACP President Marcus Ray.