Today's Features

  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Glackin of Radcliff announce the engagement and

    forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Erin Elizabeth, to Christopher Jeff

    Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Patterson of Greensburg.

    The bride-to-be is a 2007 graduate of North Hardin High School, attended Elizabethtown Community and Technical College and is a 2010 graduate of Empire Beauty School. She is a cosmetologist and manager of Smart Style Hair Salon in Columbia. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Mahanna of Radcliff and the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Glackin.

  • Auditions for the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center Pro-Am production of “Les Misérables” are 7 p.m. Sunday through Tuesday.

    Students in first through 12th grades can audition Sunday. Men can audition Monday and women can audition Tuesday.

    All auditions are at the PAC at John Hardin High School.

    Those who cannot audition on the day of their gender or age can attend one of the other auditions, but will not be seen until the end of the evening, according to a news release.

  • Some actors on stage and screen have to undergo physical transformations to play their part. Like Anne Hathaway in “Les Misérables,” Kendra Ball learned sometimes transformation means you have to cut off 14 inches of hair.

    Ball, who always had long hair, made the decision to forgo a wig in her performance in the lead role in “Peter Pan,” a part written for and traditionally played by a woman in the musical.

  • Mark Kopp, associate superintendent of Hardin County Schools in charge of instructions, was the guest speaker at the June 10 meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club.

    Kopp surprised the ladies when he said that a crucial year for education was in 1647. It was the year that public education was created and he added that the country was the first land in the world to offer free education.

  • Lynnvale High School Class of 1953 spent the day in White Mills on June 22 commemorating their 60th graduation.

    Lorene Crawford Shell is of Indiana, Jack Jackey is of Florida, Joe Morrison, Margaret Blan Tucker and Georgene Noe Smith are all of Louisville and all other remaining graduates live in Hardin County.

    Seven graduates are deceased, Gerald Blanford, Clara Ethel Dupin Buckley, Lillian Gray Terry, Pauline Hatfield Borders, James Lush, Mona Claire Peerce Wood and Ray Edwin Johnson.

  • Somewhere in my heritage there must be an Italian because I could eat my weight in Italian food. Pasta is one of my particular favorites.

    Many of my adventures in the kitchen venture to the culinary wonders of Italy, accompanied by the dulcet tones of Dean Martin playing in the background.

    Along with a great taste, pasta dishes often are quick to make. And, if you have a large party for dinner, it’s easy to make for the masses.