Today's News

  • Dash of Class: Dessert recipes

    Here we are again at the end of the month and I have several recipes for you that have been submitted or requested.

    The first is a recipe that Maxine Shanks, previously named One of Hardin County’s Finest Cooks, entered as a Valentine dessert and that it is. New York cheesecake is also a wonderful dessert you could make all year round. Thanks Maxine for sending this recipe.

    Red Velvet Cake is another popular Valentine dessert that is good the whole year.

  • "The Birds" revisited


    In the past few weeks I’ve been thinking about Alfred Hitchcock.

    Not Alfie, per se, but one of the movies he directed. (No, not “Psycho,” which, I guess, is something to be thankful for.)

    It was “The Birds” that came to mind.

  • Radcliff Christian musician is one-man band



    For Radcliff musician Tom Chatoney, creating music has a higher purpose than entertainment.

    After writing his first song for his then-girlfriend for her 16th birthday, most of Chatoney’s other song writing experiences have had a single purpose.

    “Except for the songs I’ve written for her, my mom and dad, and my son, all of my songs have been written for the glory of the Lord,” Chatoney said.

  • Vine Grove Knights of Columbus make donations

    The Vine Grove Knights of Columbus recently presented donations to Hardin County Special Olympics and Hardin County Association for Adult Development Disabilities. The funds were from the Knights’ Annual Tootsie Roll Drive.

  • Embry speaks to AM Rotary Club

    The guest speaker on Feb. 11 at the Hardin County AM Rotary Club meeting was Joshua Embry. Embry is the Medical Base supervisor and Flight nurse for Air Methods Kentucky Six. Air Methods Kentucky six is the largest emergency medical service in the nation. They are located at Addington Field in Elizabethtown.

    To learn more about Air Methods Kentucky visit www.airmethodsky.com . To learn more about Hardin County AM Rotary Club, visit www.hardincountyrotary.org.

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  • Students rally around toddler fighting cancer

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  • Area wrestlers shine on big stage

    The issue: Local grapplers compete at State
    Our view: State champ, finalists perform admirably

  • Dulcimer build and play event begins this week

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    Children will get the opportunity to build, learn to play and take home a mountain dulcimer thanks to The Music & Arts Center of Cultural Learning and a grant from Very Special Arts of Kentucky.

    The Music & Arts Center of Cultural Learning in Elizabethtown will host the event at 6 p.m. March 3 with a construction session at which the instrument is built. Director Victor Collins said the event will include a performance by the Heartland Dulcimer Club.

  • Fort Knox drummer wins top honor

    While they no longer sound charges or help keep troops in formation, U.S. Army drummers play a key role in today’s military.

    Those such as Staff Sgt. Chad J. Alward bolster morale and maintain tradition.

    Alward, a percussionist for the Fort Knox-based 100th Army Reserve Band, recently received the inaugural 2010 Col. Finley Hamilton Outstanding Military Musician Award. He was the only Army reservist to win the honor, which is given to America’s top 10 musicians in the armed services.