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Today's News

  • Vine Grove man dies in Muldraugh wreck

    A Vine Grove man died late Monday afternoon in a four-car crash in Muldraugh.

  • Prather named CMO of Baptist Healthcare System

    Dr. Jody Prather is leaving Hardin Memorial Hospital but his influence on the facility will continue to be felt.

    Prather, vice president and chief medical officer for HMH, has been named chief medical officer for Baptist Healthcare System, which becomes effective Feb. 27. Prather’s last day with HMH is Jan. 27.

  • December Student Editor: Mickey Thompson

    Mickey Thompson is this month's student editor.

    Mickey is a 16-year-old junior who is home schooled. He is involved with T.A.R.C. (rocket club), S.L.I. (advanced rocket club), 4-H, Junior Optimist Octagon International and Boy Scouts.

    He also plays soccer and enjoys martial arts. Mickey not only plays soccer but has refereed for various tournaments in Kentucky and surrounding states.

    Writing is not only something he does for Rising Voices but is an active hobby.

  • Wikipedia proves reliable, relevant

    By Michael Niemeyer

    In the ever-fluctuating world of technology, it is hard to know the real deal.

    Many websites have false or misleading information, while others just want to flood web surfers with advertisements and make a quick buck.

    Wikipedia, website of controversy, is often accused of many wrongdoings and is seen as an unreliable website by some.

    The goal of Wikipedia is made clear by one of its founders, Jimmy Whales.

  • Military answered the call: How will we respond?

    As thoughts for this time of the year turn to counting our blessings, may I suggest that chief among them is the willingness of our fellow Americans to defend our freedom generation after generation.

    Since Pearl Harbor some 70 years ago, three generations of Americans have answered our nation’s call to duty in her defense. Today, we are in the 11th consecutive year of the Global War on Terror.

  • Singing to your health in the new year

    By Alexis Piscatello

    Christmas might have put you in the mood for singing but don’t stop the melody in the new year.

    Danielle Hethcox, a math tutor who volunteers at Fort Knox, said she sings during Christmas because she knows all the words to the Christmas hymns.

    “It’s almost more socially acceptable to sing during the holidays,” she said. “People are generally more positive.”

    Singing does invoke positive feelings in us, but there are health aspects to singing, as well.

  • Point/Counterpoint: Who is the king of hip-hop? Lil’ Wayne

    By Michael Niemeyer

    Throughout history, kings rise to power and fall.

    In the world of music, kings also rise and fall. Despite the steady decline in the quality of hip-hop music, and the flaky domination of expired 1990s artists, Lil’ Wayne has persevered and created more masterpieces than any other modern hip-hop artist. 

    He is, without a doubt, the current ruler of the realm of hip-hop and the undeniable king of the industry.

  • Point/Counterpoint: Who is the king of hip-hop? Jay Z

    By Caleb Moore

    “They call me King Hov, copy?” 

    Even with his indicative song lyrics set aside, it is plain to see Shawn “Jay Z” Carter has a definite hold on the rap game. Take a glance at any aspect of his hip-hop career and it’s clear he has truly conquered. In music, Jay Z’s impact has been meaningful, long-lasting and voluminous.

  • Boxes full of good tidings provide holiday help

    Helping Hand of Hope Executive Director David Dozer described volunteers at Magnet Business Park on Monday as Santa’s little elves working feverishly to give needy families a good Christmas this year.

    A warehouse space the charitable agency has been occupying inside the business center was chock full of toys, clothes and food items Monday as volunteers unloaded more shipments of donated goods while others sorted and organized items and some filled food boxes with the essentials for a proper Christmas meal.

  • Getting in the holiday spirit

    Mae Knight, left, president of the Optimist Club of Radcliff, presented Sara Ferrell with a Certificate of Appreciation at the Optimists’ Christmas party Dec. 13. Ferrell read the story “Twas the Night Before Christmas” to club members, putting everyone in the holiday spirit.