As the weather becomes cooler, families may feel as though opportunities for outdoor fun increasingly become limited. However, the beginning of autumn brings the emergence of pumpkin patches, corn mazes, haunted houses and other family activities.
Fall isn’t the only season just around the corner. Soon, flu season will be upon us.
Those who travel through Cave City at night via Dixie Highway inevitably will pass by a neon illuminated sign that says “Sleep in a Wigwam.” Adjacent to the sign is a semicircle of 15 white, cone-shaped lodging structures of identical size surrounding one 52-foot cone structure that holds a …
From his Elizabethtown garage, Frank Hunter crafts knives.
More and more Americans in recent years have turned to essential oils for pain relief, stress reduction, as a cleaning product and much more. According to a report by Grand View Research Inc., the U.S. essential oil market is expected to reach around $7 billion by 2024.
School is back in session and so are the nightly bedtime battles.
Students around the community soon will return from summer break to another school year. If you have a child in school, the chances are they will encounter a peer with special needs.
Odds are, if you have driven on an interstate or stopped at a stoplight, you’ve seen a product from Structures USA of Elizabethtown.
Getting away for a while and trading your workplace for new scenery can be an ideal way to refresh and recuperate.
Homeschooling is a popular educational option in Hardin County, but there steps to take before children can be taught at home, an official says.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, nearly 80 percent of Americans have at least one sibling. While having a brother or sister is common in the U.S., the arrival of a new sibling will inevitably change the dynamic of any family, a local official says.
Natural adventures await just a short drive south to Mammoth Cave National Park.
At Life Up on the Hill DIY Studio in downtown Vine Grove, owner Lynn Dray uses her experience with do-it-yourself home projects to teach others about the ways of DIY. However, these informational sessions started before she opened her location in March.
With summer arriving and with it hotter weather, people spend more time outside to work and play under the sun.
To make beer, the only ingredients you need are grain, hops, yeast and water. But according to Mark Colomb, a member of local home brewing enthusiast group Home Brewers of Hardin County, it’s the endless variations of these ingredients and the beer maker’s personal touch to their process tha…
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