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Today's Features

  • I don’t make dips very often, but when I do, it will always be one of my three favorite dips – Bulle Dip, Artichoke Dip or Knorr Spinach Dip.

    The recipe for Bulle Dip, aka Buffalo Chicken Dip, came from Tami Miller who works at Merle Norman in Elizabethtown. She got the recipe from her friend, Freddie Bulle of Glasgow, thus the name, Bulle Dip. This is a real favorite in the newsroom. Several of my coworkers have said it tastes like Buffalo Chicken in a dip form, so feel free to rename it Buffalo Chicken Dip.

  • Caleb Moore is this month's student editor.

    Caleb is a 17-year-old senior who is home schooled. He is involved with Teen Court and Junior Optimist Octagon International and plays Elizabethtown Christian Academy soccer and Gloria Dei basketball. His hobbies include engineering and design, speech and debate, ultimate frisbee and investments. 

    He volunteers with Feeding America and his future career interests include mechanical engineering, teaching and becoming a pilot.

  • By Alexis Piscatello

    There are plenty of strings attached when you are a principal chair in an orchestra. Students are learning this in The Music and Arts Center for Cultural Learning’s Youth Orchestra this fall.

    For the first time, Sept. 26, the orchestra conducted auditions for the various orchestral chairs, with principal chair being the most advanced. In orchestras, like football and other team sports, each person is given a position that best suits their skill level. These positions are called chairs.

  • Every week I start my column with something like “One of my all-time favorite recipes is ...” and you’re probably wondering just how many all-time favorite recipes one person could have. But I kid you not, all these recipes I’m featuring now are really my all-time favorites.

  • Normally, this column features a recipe roundup at the end of the month. I’m rounding up a little early this month to accommodate Halloween recipes next week.

    I have some very good recipes for you to try.

    The first recipe is a Southern Living recipe. I had this cake at the home of my friend, Elaine Alicna, and it is really very good.

  • Hardin County will be on display at 7 p.m. today at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School in “Hardin County: the Opera.”

    The production is a mix of music, dance and multimedia produced by the Squonk Opera of Pennsylvania. The company tours throughout the country with “(Put Your Name Here): The Opera Series.”

    PAC director Bart Lovins said he has been working with the company for six months crafting the theme and coordinating local dance groups and film interviews.

  • SANIEL. Navy Petty Officer third Class Daniel V. Saniel, son of Lilia and Vicente Saniel of Radcliff, recently completed the Navy Nuclear Power Training Unit course with Nuclear Power Training Unit in Ballston Spa, N.Y.

    Saniel is a 2004 graduate of Fort Knox High School in Fort Knox and joined the Navy in July 2009. He is a 2008 graduate of Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights with a bachelor of science degree.

  • MORGAN. Navy Seaman Meriah S. Morgan, daughter of Tamia L. Lollman of Radcliff, recently reported for duty at Navy and Marine Intelligence Training Center in Virginia Beach, Va.

    Morgan is a 2005 graduate of Crossroads High School of Copperas Cove, Texas and joined the Navy in May 2011.

  • COOPER. Navy Midshipman Emily E. Cooper, daughter of Linda A. Cooper and William B. Cooper, both of Elizabethtown, recently completed Plebe Summer while attending the United States Naval Academy.

    Cooper will go on to complete the academic year as a Midshipmen.

    Cooper is a 2011 graduate of Central Hardin High School in Cecilia.

  • ROGERS. Navy Petty Officer third Class Phillip A. Rogers, son of Laurice D. and John L. Rogers of Hodgenville, recently completed the Navy Nuclear Power Training Unit course with Nuclear Power Training Unit in Ballston Spa, N.Y.

    Upon completion of the course, Rogers was designated a nuclear power operator.

    Rogers is a 2004 graduate of Waggener Traditional High School in Louisville and joined the Navy in August 2009.