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Today's Features

  • I had an unusual call a couple of months ago. Crystal Embry of Upton called and said she wanted to learn how to cook. I was flummoxed. I didn’t know what to say. I never thought about learning how to cook, and I was really surprised someone would call me and tell me they wanted to learn how to cook. I don’t think of myself as a very good cook. I am, however, a great connoisseur of food. I love it, I’m fascinated by it and when I find a good recipe, I’m ecstatic.

  • Romance, statehood and the right to put up fences all are a part of the timeless Broadway musical “Oklahoma!” on stage at the Plum Alley Theater June 2 through 12.

    “Oklahoma!” was the first collaboration of Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein, Hardin County Playhouse Director Bo Cecil said.

  • With upcoming concert tour stops everywhere from Salt Lake City, Utah, to Dublin, Ireland, each member of the band Foreigner at some point is likely to be a “Long, Long Way from Home.”

    On Friday, audiences probably will hear the aforementioned ’70s hit when Foreigner performs in concert at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown.

    “I think they’re going to see and hear all the classics,” lead vocalist Kelly Hansen said.

  • The Headstones, opening for Foreigner, were rocking long before Foreigner ever performed on stage.

    In the mid 1960s, while students at Elizabethtown High School, the Headstones first got the bug for music. They were a six-man band who played at colleges and placed second in a 1967 WAKY Band Battle at the Rod-n-Custom Car Show. The band split up, going different directions and some members moved out of town.

  • By Sheila O'Mara

  • The News-Enterprise

    The Kentucky Department for Public Health recently unveiled the elements of a national awareness campaign to help reduce child vehicular deaths caused by heat stroke. The unveiling came shortly after an incident in Louisville in which a 2-year-old died after being left in a hot car.

    Last year, the worst year on record, 49 children in the United States died from heat stroke while unattended in vehicles.

  • Did you know the Human Resources Complex recently built on Fort Knox is named after the senior service member who perished during the attack? This Sunday, the Crossroads UPC, 182 W. Vine St., Radcliff, invites the community — especially veterans, military personnel and their families — for a Memorial Day celebration.

  • Pastor Jeff Schexneider joins the congregation in welcoming Charles and Summer Crowder as the new youth pastors of Calvary Assembly of God. Charles Crowder is from Henderson and Summer Crowder is from Bernie, Mo. Charles Crowder is pursuing a degree in church leadership and Summer Crowder’s degree will be in evangelism and discipleship. They both graduate from Central Bible College, (Assemblies of God) in December 2011.

  • WinShape Camps began with one man’s dream to shape tomorrow’s leaders.

    S. Truett Cathy of Chick-fil-A put his dream into motion by creating a camp experience focused on challenging young people physically and spiritually. Now, more than 20 years and 30,000 campers later, that dream continues to shape young people through summer camps that prove to be mile-marker experiences.

  • Members of the Radcliff Presbyterian Church recently participated in Hooray for Heroes by sponsoring a booth and giving away a gift card to Walmart. From left: Keil Bragg, Olivia Casey, Betty Spearbecker, Len Casey and Phillip Lush. For information about RPC call 351-6199 or check out the facebook page at “Radcliff Presbyterian Church.”