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Today's Features

  • John Hardin High School students Catherine Greenwell and Brenden Ott were student guests at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Jan. 24.

  • The most popular request for a topic from Speakers With Spark speakers last year was stress management. Maybe it’s a sign of the times, maybe it’s the economy. Whatever it is, below are five tips to help you reduce stress in your life and insert more joy.

    The symptoms of stress include insomnia, tiredness, headaches, poor skin, short temper and inclination to cry, just to name a few. Stress can affect you physically, emotionally and will eventually make you sick. Therefore, it’s very important to get stress under control.

  • As guests arrived at the home of the superintendent of Elizabethtown Independent Schools, April Jackson helped set up for a meeting that had been in the making since September 2010.

    It was just part of her passion for volunteer work.

    “This is where my heart is,” Jackson said, specifically of her work in education.

  • James Collier and Adele Andrissen, residents of Atria Senior Living who are a part of the International Council on Active Aging Champion team, visited with students of the Junior Leadership Corps. at North Middle School.

  • The first grade Girl Scout Troop 1558 from St. James School visited Sam Russell’s Pet Provisions for a class on dog training. They donated a portion of their cookie sales to the PAWS Shelter Foundation, which will be used to help build the new Hardin County Animal Shelter.

  • The Radcliff Rotary Club recently honored Kayla Darbyshire as its Student of the Month. Kayla is a Junior at Fort Knox High School and is active in numerous clubs and activities. She especially mentioned the National Honor Society and her hopes to maintain her grade-point average and attend Elizabethtown Community and Technical College upon graduation. She was presented a $25 Wal-Mart gift certificate and a citation from the club for her achievements.

  • Garden Club co-presidents Joyce Effinger and Deborah Weise present a donation check to Janet Gebler, center, friend of Greenspace. Both organizations realize the importance of supporting and maintaining environmental activities in the Hardin County area.

  • The Radcliff Woman’s Club took part in the second annual Mayor’s Breakfast on Jan. 21 at Colvin Community Center, serving glazed doughnuts to attendees.  The club took an extra step in extending its hospitality and gave several dozen doughnuts to North Hardin Health and Rehabilitation Center, the Radcliff Fire Department and the Radcliff Police Department. Naomi Timpe enjoys the doughnut given to her by her son, Danny Hutcherson.

  • South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    There still has been no snow. Winter will soon be over and I fear we will have to do without snow for the season.

  • Stephensburg

    Betty Pullen, 862-4844

    Hello friends and readers, I have some good news to report. Serita Watson, the little girl who needed the liver transplant and whose mother, Chelsea, gave her 15 percent of her liver are both are doing well and the surgery was a success. The family wants to thank everyone for the prayers and ask that we continue to remember them in prayer.