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  • The rock behind high school football


    Lucy Brown’s game time shakers:

    Start with an empty laundry detergent bottle. While she’s tried many things to use inside, BB pellets work best for the noise and weight. Put the top back on and tape it well so BBs don’t go flying out during the game.


    On Friday nights during football season in Hardin County, five women can be seen in the crowd every high school game.

  • Coming full circle to a couple of firsts


    Family: Husband, Ahmad Almasarweh, and 7-month-old daughter.

    Favorite books: “Gone with the Wind,” “House of Leaves”

    Favorite music: “I like all kinds of music.”

    Favorite TV show: “Parenthood”

    Hobbies: “I love to travel. I have been to five of the seven continents. I also enjoy running and soccer.”  

  • Art of Performance: Forgiveness is a performance tool


  • Where they're playing

    Concert may include admission even if not listed.

    Nov. 12
    SIDEWAYZ will perform at 3-Putt Willie’s, 850 Pine Valley Drive, Elizabethtown, 8 p.m. (502) 510-7433.
    SALSA RHYTHMS will perform at Ernesto's Mexican Restaurant, 1921 Bishop Lane, Louisville, at 10:30 p.m.; $5 cover; (502) 456-5737.
    MAMAKITTY SOUTHWOOD will perform at Gondolier Italian Restaurant, 2414 Ring Rd # 100, Elizabethtown, 8 p.m. (270) 982-3060.

  • Prepare for 'Highest Praise'

    The Dayton Contemporary Dance Company from Dayton, Ohio, will perform “Highest Praise,” a dance celebration of church, community, family and faith at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center, 384 W. A. Jenkins Road.
    The company is rooted in the African American experience and has a mission to deliver high quality contemporary dance to the broadest possible audience. The group tours internationally and offers educational programs to promote the world of dance.

  • Nov. 12 Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

  • Adventure tourism opportunities in Kentucky

    The News-Enterprise

    Adventure tourism is alive and well during the fall and winter months in Kentucky. There are plenty of outdoor opportunities ranging from hunting and fishing to hikes, wildlife viewing and canoeing and kayaking.
    “It’s great to get outside during the cooler temperatures during this time of year in Kentucky,” said First Lady Jane Beshear. “There’s plenty of nature to see and experience throughout our state and being outside is a good way to get healthy and stay fit.”

  • The healing power of music
  • Did you order a Code Red?

    Code Red is a hip hop/reggae group earning a lot of attention in Louisville and around the country, and a couple of the group’s members have roots at Fort Knox.

  • Charlie Nunn's Frosty Pumpkin Pie

    Charlie Nunn of Hodgenville always has such interesting recipes. I would have thought I would have tasted every variation of pumpkin pie that there could possibly be, but Charlie’s recipe for Frosty Pumpkin Pie is new to me.