Question: I have three children and I dread back-to-school shopping. I want them to have the nice, new things that all of the other children have but that’s really tough with my budget. How can I make my children happy while not breaking the bank?
Navy Fireman Gregory S. Stancill, son of Greg and Cissie Stancill of Elizabethtown, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. He is a 2007 graduate of Elizabethtown High School.
Potted Few Garden Club member Maritza Johnson, right, presents a silk orchid arrangement to Marcia Orban, director of Clarity Solutions for Women, and placed in the reception area of the newly inaugurated medical building at 105 East Memorial Drive. For information about the club, call Jane Tabacchi, 270-300-4788.
Chris and Dawn Finley and Jess and Jennifer Raymer, all of Vine Grove, and Wendell and Karen Wilson of Rineyville, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Chelsey Finley of Vine Grove and Tony Wilson of Rineyville.
The bride-to-be is a home school graduate.
Haylee and Landon Ramsey announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their father, Brandon Ramsey, son of Darwin and Brenda Ramsey of Cecilia, to Mary Elanor Burnett of Battletown, daughter of Charles and Debra Burnett.
You can raise money for just about anything nowadays. Using crowdfunding sites, anyone can ask for donations to pay for medical costs, trips and tuition, to name a few. But if you’re looking to give to a worthy cause, how can you be sure these causes are legitimate?
ISSUE: Election process for soldiers overseas OUR VIEW: Important task in hands of Elizabethtown man
Every American should be confident their vote is cast appropriately and is counted promptly. The men and women of the armed forces, who put their lives on the line for the country and its principles, deserve that right most of all.