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Today's Features

  • Pat Cardin with the National Wild Turkey Federation was guest speaker at the Hardin County AM Rotary meeting Oct. 28 at Stone Hearth Restaurant.

  • Chapter 1050 of the Active and Retired Federal Employees enjoyed a quarterly pot luck feast recently in the NOLIN RECC in Elizabethtown. The guest speaker was Sue Horn from Kentucky Blue Cross Blue Shield, who brought members up to date on the 2012 changes for BC/BS and distributed information to those needing it. She encouraged all federal employee policy holders to go online for more information at www.fepblue.orgor call the office at 1-888-250-2309.

  • Several members of the Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club attended the 65th annual Dogwood District Garden Club of Kentucky meeting held in October at the Audubon Country Club in Louisville. Potted Few member and Dogwood District chaplain Jean Janes gave the opening Invocation and the luncheon blessing. As district corresponding secretary, Martha Mengel presented In Memoriam for deceased district members. Potted Few president Anneliese Knoll presented the club report to inform those attending of the Potted Few mission and accomplishments.

  • The Heartland of Kentucky Quilt Show put on by the Stitchers Quilt Guild in September was a huge success. The show was the biggest so far with approximately 300 quilts on display. The winners of the viewers choice awards were Suzanne Shircliff with her ‘Civil War Sunset’ bed size quilt and Martha Claycomb with her ‘Winter Wonderland’ non-bed size quilt. The Farmers Market challenge quilt winner was Janice Conder. The winner of the opportunity quilt was Dot Ward from Stamping Ground, Ky.

    The Stitchers are already starting plans for next years show.

  • Helicopters, tanks and barracks dot the property of a 1970s-era Army fort. Not far away, Victorian-style homes with porches that sport hanging flower baskets line the streets of a small town where a park and gas station lend an air of simplicity to life there.

    These scenes are dwarfed by members of the Radcliff Model Railroad Association as they move around the layouts constructed for their trains.

  • The Heartland Dulcimer Club released this year its third CD, which has a Christmas theme.

    “Christmas in the Heartland” offers Christmas favorites such as “Angels We Have Heard on High,” “Good King Wenceslas” and “Go Tell it on the Mountain” along with several other tracks.

    CDs can be purchased from club members for $15 or on the club website www.heartlanddulcimerclub.org.

  • Comedian Etta May, the Queen of Southern Sass,  performs Saturday at the Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown.

    May previously has won the American Comedy Award for Stand-up Comic of the Year. She’s also appeared on Oprah, Comic Strip Live MTV and was a regular on TNN. May also has stepped in as a guest commentator on the “CBS Morning Show.”

  • Helicopters, tanks and barracks dot the property of a 1970s-era Army fort. Not far away, Victorian-style homes with porches that sport hanging flower baskets line the streets of a small town where a park and gas station lend an air of simplicity to life there.

    These scenes are dwarfed by members of the Radcliff Model Railroad Association as they move around the layouts constructed for their trains.

  • The following civil suits are filed in Hardin County Circuit Court in Elizabethtown. Et al is a Latin abbreviation meaning “and others.” Lawsuits give only one side of a disagreement and do not reflect any counterclaims and/or settlements that may have occurred since the initial suit was filed.

    Nancy Lee Hart v. Hardin Memorial Hospital, et al, North Dixie Avenue, Elizabethtown. Claims negligence and malpractice. Seeks judgment for damages; trial by jury.