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Today's News

  • 3-D viewing can signal eye problems

    This summer 3-D movies are invading local theaters. Many theater patrons are noticing some issues with their eyes when viewing 3-D films.

    Optometrists say 3-D technology is not harmful to eyesight and can help alert people to potential eye problems.

    Dr. Rob Steller of 20/20 Eyecare in Elizabethtown said while there is pending research, so far research shows 3-D films, television and video games are safe for the eyes. In fact, some aspects used in 3-D media have been used in the optometric field for years to train the eyes to work the muscles, Steller said.

  • Patterns of our lives
  • As it should be

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA

    I don’t consider myself someone who takes things for granted.

    But sometimes some things settle into a natural sense of existence that can be overlooked.

    I’ve recently discovered a couple of examples of this.

    The first example has to do with my dog, Tybalt.

    After his accident a few months ago, during which he lost one of his back legs, I kept close notice of his behavior. A there was a big change, as I noted in previous columns.

  • FACES of Coal appeals to Kentucky's economic future

    Rising energy prices, job creation and boosting the economy: An organization known as FACES of Coal insists that all three hot button topics can be improved by allowing the nation, especially the state of Kentucky, to continue to produce affordable coal.

    In a news conference Friday at Nolin RECC, the Federation for American Coal, Energy and Security of Coal came to spread its message of economic stability.

  • Dash of Class: Showcase your culinary talents at the county fair

    Mark your calendars. Make a date. Write yourself a reminder. There is a “greatest show on the Earth” coming, well, uh, coming to Hardin County the second week of July. You got it; it is the Hardin County Fair.

    There are so many wonderful exhibits and activities at the fair including a horse show and those wonderful rides and food known only to a county fair.

  • Joyful Noise studio has recital

    Joyful Noise Studio 2011 held their spring recital on June 4 at Severns Valley Baptist Church.

  • Patton graduates from basic training

    PATTON. Air Force Airman 1st Class Adrian Patton graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.

    She is the daughter of George Patton of Elizabethtown and Jacquelyn Hartwell-Adams of Calhan, Colo.

    Patton graduated in 2007 from John Hardin High School in Elizabethtown.

  • Elizabethtown musician nurtures folk, rock influences

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA

    rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    A comment attributed to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi inspired the name used by an Elizabethtown musician.

  • Stephens graduates basic training

    STEPHENS. Air Force Reserve Airman Cordero G. Stephens graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.

    He is the son of Jeanette Stephens of Radcliff.

    Stephens graduated from North Hardin High School in Radcliff in 2005.

  • Roman completes Naval Nuclear Power Training

    ROMAN. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Raymond D. Roman, son of Angela K. Williams of Vine Grove and Effrain Roman Jr. of Fayetteville, N.C., recently completed Naval Nuclear Power Training Pipeline.

    Upon completion of the course, Roman qualified as a Naval nuclear operator.

    Roman is a 2009 graduate of North Hardin High School of Radcliff.