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Today's Features

  • IF YOU GO:  Jesus Talk meets 4 to 6 p.m. Fridays at Panera Bread in Elizabethtown.

     

    By Janelle Williams

    On Friday afternoons at Panera Bread in Elizabethtown, you'll find roughly a dozen high school students crowded around a table. Some sip the cafe soups while others flip through the pages in their Bibles.

    All of these teens come from various high schools, yet are united weekly through their faith. They come to attend a club called Jesus Talk.

  • Holiday treats and horse-drawn carriage rides will be offered to get patrons in the Christmas spirit when the Historic State Theater holds showings of “White Christmas.”

    The 1954 holiday classic, starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Rosemary Clooney, plays at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Saturday.

    Known for Crosby’s famous rendition of “White Christmas,” the movie involves a song and dance duo who get involved with a sister act and try to save a failing Vermont inn.

  • As the year rolls on quickly to its end, I find myself faced with the challenge of finding the time to get into the Christmas spirit.

    This might not be a problem for most; diving into the holiday season right after Thanksgiving is plenty of time for many.

    Not me.

    It really takes me quite a while to work myself into the Christmas spirit. If I had to wait until the end of November to start decorating, I probably wouldn’t even make the effort.

  • Guy Ritchie and the Sherlock Holmes gang have successfully created a sequel even better than its predecessor in “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.”

    The film gives several nods to the original works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. First, Dr. Watson is writing the story. In most of the Holmes books, Watson is chronicling the duo’s adventure.

  • Mandy Hart and Nolon Dant were the Central Hardin High School Students of the Month at a recent meeting of the Elizabethtown Rotary Club.

  • Knox Hills associates spent Nov. 29 in the aisles of the Radcliff Walmart as they shopped for toys and stocking stuffers to donate to the Fort Knox Chapter of the American Red Cross’s Santa’s Workshop. The 501c3 non-profit organization, Lend Lease (US) Community Fund (LLCF), sponsored the donation by providing $4,000 to purchase items to stock Santa’s Workshop shelves. Lend Lease (US) is the private partner of the U.S. Army for Knox Hills, the military housing community located at Fort Knox.

  • As our children have gotten older, family Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations have had to morph into something different.

    When the boys were small, it was easier. We just scooped them up for our annual visit to one of my siblings’ homes for Thanksgiving, toys and hand-held video games in tow. Even when they were in college, we would pick them up Wednesday afternoon after classes on our way to Washington, D.C., where we would join cousins who would wait up for us to arrive after midnight the night before Thanksgiving.

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  • 2nd District Magistrate Doug Goodman, guest speaker Carol Christopherson, Michael Mullarkey and Radcliff City Councilman Stan Holmes attend the fundraising event to raise money to provide Mullarkey with a service dog. To donate to the cause, send donations to PNC Bank, 100 N. Dixie Hwy., Radcliff, KY 40160.