ELIZABETHTOWN — A photographic tribute to cancer survivors, Faces of Cancer, will be unveiled Tuesday at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown as part of a region-wide project by the Kentucky Cancer Program to educate, inform and share stories of those who have survived cancer through photographs.
Beginning in late June and continuing through the fall, events to showcase the photographs have been scheduled in cities in each of Kentucky Cancer Program's districts.
Get to know Sarah Mraz: Family: Mraz is married to P.J. Mraz and they have two Labrador retrievers, Allie and Lexie. Farm: She has seven chickens and three horses and gets up every morning to feed the chickens before starting her day. She also breaks horses, one time finding herself on the ground after a saddle broke, still sitting on the saddle upon landing.
The News-Enterprise Junior Brea Huhn had seven aces and five kills as the LaRue County Lady Hawks slipped past homestanding 5th Region rival Fort Knox, 25-20, 25-18 on Tuesday. Senior Melanie Huhn chipped in with eight kills, while junior Molly Kennedy had 17 assists and four aces. Fort Knox (2-3), meanwhile, saw its two-match winning streak end. Senior Kamika Joyner and junior Cay
By BECCA OWSLEY firstname.lastname@example.org ELIZABETHTOWN — The Heartland Shines in 2009 is the theme for a fun filled weekend of events starting at 5 p.m. Friday. It’s the 27th year for the Kentucky Heartland Festival, held during the last full weekend in August at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown.