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Today's Features

  • Every Woman’s Arts & Crafts fourth annual spring festival is May 12 at Colvin Community Center in Radcliff, and women artists and crafters in the Kentucky area are being sought to participate.

    Women of all ages who have a hobby or passion they would like to show off, who paint, make ceramics or pottery, sew, crochet, embroider, make candles, soaps, textiles or handbags, do photography, build things, etc., are welcome to participate.

  • On Jan. 19, members of the Wesley Hilltop Seniors Club elected its officers for the new year. They enjoyed a potluck meal and played games. Pictured from left, Judy Sandfer, treasurer; Dorothy Nunn, vice-president; Lucille Harper, president; Shirley Curry, secretary; and Bill Saltsman, devotional leader.

  • Alexis Piscatello is this month's student editor.

    Alexis is a 17-year-old senior who is homeschooled. She is involved in choir, dance and JOOI club.  She also volunteers by playing the piano for Helmwood Healthcare church services.

    She enjoys singing, needlecraft, creative writing and piano. Alexis hopes to someday have a career in journalism, vocal performance or musician.

  • The Zonta Club of Elizabethtown offers a $500 scholarship for the winning entry of the Amelia Earhart Essay Contest each year in honor of former Zontian Amelia Earhart. This year’s winner is Jessica Ryan, a senior from Central Hardin High School. After graduation, Jessica will attend the nursing program at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. Pictured from left, Ramona Jeffries, president of the Zonta Club of Elizabethtown, Jessica Ryan and Lois Pierce, club secretary.

  • By Autumn Sandlin

     

    Oscar Wilde once said, “fashion is merely a form of ugliness so unbearable that we are compelled to alter it every six months.”

    Many fashion trends come and go and come back and fly back into oblivion again. If you walk through just about any place with a congregation of teenagers you’re most likely going to catch one of them wearing TOMS. 
     

  • Rising Voices' take on everything entertainment

  • By Savanna Bolin 

    Negative assumptions are commonly made about the careless agendas of today’s teenagers. However, many local teens are taking advantage of opportunities to prove those judgments wrong.

  • Musical group, “The Heartbeat” recently entertained residents at Bluegrass Assisted Living. The band included Debby Lunsford on the dulcimer, David VonderMolen on the guitar and Betty Grusy on the dulcimer. They played and sang folk songs and gospel music. The residents enjoyed it so much, they sang along and clapped their hands to the beat.

    Activities Director Robin Jones arranged the event.

  • Recently, the UK Alumni Association Hardin County Club held a gamewatch party at Caroline’s Alpine Haus, in which UK won a close game as 75 Alumni Association members and friends watched and cheered on the Wildcats.