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Today's Features

  • 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.

  • DAV Chapter 003 in Elizabethtown hosted its annual end of summer picnic at Freeman Lake Park on Sept. 8. Despite a cloudy day with mixed rain showers there was a good turnout that included a number of elected officials and DAV officers.

    The Rev. Chris Larimer of Holy Apostles Church performed the opening prayer and blessed the food. 

    To learn more about DAV Chapter 003 and DAV Chapter 003 Auxiliary contact chapter commander Terry Holt at 304-5878 or auxiliary commander Bri Rice at 234-6244.

  • By SAVANNAH HABERMAN

    Female firefighters with jackets a little too tight, Little Bo Peep with her high stockings and skirt that’s a little too short and devil costumes with no sleeves, fish nets and red heels.

    Yes, I will agree, definitely not church appropriate.

    Have the Halloween costumes for girls gone too far? I don’t think so.

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  • By Autumn Sandlin

    There are two main focuses on Halloween night, the candy and the costumes. Little kids have absolutely no problem going to the store, finding their costumes and dressing up to go trick-or-treating.

  • Five nights a week, Bomar Chaudoin drives a mail truck from Elizabethtown to Louisville with a Little Debbie snack in his shirt pocket for when he gets hungry later.

    In fact, the Magnolia man, who turned 82 on Oct. 3, has been driving various routes for Pepper Mail Service, a contract mail service, since 1956.

    Now in his 56th year, Chaudoin has not had a traffic accident on the job.

    That might be due, in part, to how much Chaudoin enjoys his job.

  • Inspections are conducted on food service establishments by the Hardin County Health Center at least once every six months and retail food markets once annually to determine compliance with the law.Published rating scores ranging from 0 to 100 are sanitation ratings only. Ratings from 85 to 100 with no critical violations are considered satisfactory.