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Today's Features

  • Author Dr. Jerry Adamson will sign his latest book, “3M-Making Marriage Meaningful,” from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Barnes and Noble in Elizabethtown.

    The book is a compilation of two years of weekly newspaper columns highlighting what he’s seen in his counseling practice.

    He features practical advice in dealing with marriage and other issues in life. The book also has served as a handbook for counselors and ministers.

  • The Acoustic Guitar Masters Concert Series welcomes Tim Grimm and Antsy McClain back to a local stage at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hardin County Schools’ Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.

    Tim Grimm of Indiana is a songwriter who has appeared on stage and screen, once along side Harrison Ford in “Clear and Present Danger.”

    His 2007 concept album “Wilderness Plots” was featured in two PBS programs that were nominated for Emmy Awards.

  • An old adage warns actors should never work with children or animals. When Hardin County Playhouse presents their production of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” today through Sunday and Dec. 12 through 15, there will be plenty of the former on stage.

    “This is definitely a kid-centered show,” director Bo Cecil said.

    “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” is double-cast with about 90 actors, most of whom are children, Cecil said. Actors ranging in age from 5 to 21 fill the roles of children.

  • American Legion Hardin Post 113 Commander Al Maruszewski presents a donation to Ken Lucas, who is in charge of Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs and was the guest speaker at the second Veterans Day ceremony at the Veterans Tribute in Elizabethtown Nature Park.

  • The guest speaker at the Nov. 4 meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club was retired U. S. Army Col. Mike Weaver.  He was affiliated with the military from 1956 to 1992 and formerly served as Kentucky Representative of the 26th District.

  • 4-H Livestock Club members Briann and Orry Williams exhibit their Shorthorn heifers at the North American International Livestock Expo during the National Shorthorn Show.  Briann’s black heifer “MF Black Magic” placed fifth in the junior plus and open plus show while Orry’s heifer “RobJoy Carmele” placed sixth. 

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    The guest speaker at the Nov. 4 meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club was retired U. S. Army Col. Mike Weaver.  He was affiliated with the military from 1956 to 1992 and formerly served as Kentucky Representative of the 26th District.

  • East Hardin High School in Glendale opened its doors in 1962 with the first graduating class in 1963. Students came from Lincoln Trail, Sonora, Upton, Rineyville and Glendale to consolidate into a new high school. East Hardin served as a high school for 27 years with the last graduating class in 1990. A new high school, Central Hardin, was opened for the class of 1991 and East Hardin became a middle school.

  • The Potted Few Garden Club members from left, Marietta Iacocca, Kathy Gryglewicz, rear, Cindy VannAusdall, Joyce Kelly, Anneliese Knoll, Bonnie Gunter and Renate Gosser decorate a Christmas tree at Colvin Community Center for Radcliff’s annual Festival of Trees which was Dec. 7. Club members will have a Christmas dinner and final meeting Dec. 21 at the Elizabethtown home of Bonnie Gunter with Ria Malito as co hostess.

  • Elizabethtown Rotary Club President Val Claycomb, left, and Rotarian Lisa Williams, right, welcome guest speaker Dennis Johnson, president of Hardin Memorial Health. Johnson updated the club on expansion efforts and other advances at Hardin Memorial Hospital.