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Today's Features

  • Three members of the “Duke Brigade” 3/1st Infantry were on hand at the Radcliff Rotary to express thanks for the club's contribution to the upgrade of their headquarters building and soldiers' memorial on Fort Knox. Major Smith thanked the club and the community for all the support the brigade has received. He pointed out just how important it was for deploying Soldiers to have peace of mind, knowing their families would be in a caring community.

  • Wendy Wilburn seems to do Everything 4 Kids.

    The business owner has two stores — named Everything 4 Kids, of course — in Radcliff and Elizabethtown. But the disabled veteran is more than a business owner. Wilburn helps moms, children and families by providing donations and resources.

    The origin of her business venture began in 2001 when she and her husband, Chris, were both active duty military. Wilburn began selling her son’s “gently used” items at a flea market in Elizabethtown.

  • Wendy Wilburn seems to do Everything 4 Kids.

    The business owner has two stores — named Everything 4 Kids, of course — in Radcliff and Elizabethtown. But the disabled veteran is more than a business owner. Wilburn helps moms, children and families by providing donations and resources.

    The origin of her business venture began in 2001 when she and her husband, Chris, were both active duty military. Wilburn began selling her son’s “gently used” items at a flea market in Elizabethtown.

  • By BECCA OWSLEY

    bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com

  • By NORA SWEAT

    Another of my resolutions for 2011 was to give you healthier recipes no matter what your weight. You may want to lose or gain weight. Refer to last week’s column, if you want to lose weight. Today I am going to concentrate on recipes to help you eat healthier. There are a few steps to help you get started before giving you any recipes.

  • William E. “Billie” and Doris Grubbs Adams will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary from 2 to 5 p.m. EST, Jan. 15, 2011, at the community room of Grace Terrace Condominiums, 141 Chase Way, Elizabethtown, with an open house reception given by their children.

    They were married Jan. 17, 1951, at Three Springs Baptist Church by Brother Leon Larimore in a double wedding ceremony with Mr. Adams’ late brother, Dean Elroy Adams and Anna Christine Johnson.

    Mr. Adams is a retired farmer.

  • By ROBERT VILLANUEVA

    What would life be like if it was like a TV sitcom?

    More than likely it would be more exasperating and annoying than it would be funny.

    Not that I think about this very often, but sometimes when I watch a TV show I begin thinking about how ridiculous the plot and characters are.

    Sure, it’s supposed to be funny, and the idea is to laugh at such an absurd situation. But sometimes I can’t help but shake my head and give thanks very few of those in my life are like characters in a TV sitcom.

  • By MARY ALICE HOLT

    I have another super (and super easy) recipe from Jerianne Strange to share with you today - Cowboy Stew! Yee-ha!!

  • Elizabethtown High School students Adelaide Luckett and Lance Hagan were student guests at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club meeting Jan. 4.

  • Guest speaker at a recent Radcliff Rotary Club meeting was Vine Grove Mayor and Rotarian Blake Proffit. Proffit, a past president of the Radcliff Rotary Club and son of one of the club’s charter members, the late Ronnie Proffit, presented the club with some of his plans and visions as Vine Grove’s “chief executive.” He stressed his interest in infrastructure issues, which will impact the future growth and prosperity of the community. He is pictured with Club President-elect Mike Enlow, left.