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Today's Features

  • Carlos and Linda Chaudoin Stearman will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary next month.

    They were married Jan. 7, 1961 in Green County by Rev. Clellon Rattliff.

    Both are retired from G.E. They have two sons, David and Tracy.

    The celebration will be held at their home in Magnolia 2-6 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 9. All friends and relatives are invited.

    The couple requests no gifts, but cards are appreciated.

  • The Kentucky Department for Public Health has created a public web-based directory for individuals in need of care and management resources for the treatment of diabetes, linking individuals with doctors, diabetes educators and other resources in their area.

  • Arpita Eusebius and Arpan Andrew Singh announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride to be is the daughter of Mohit and Rieta Eusebius of Noida, India. She received a bachelor's degree in psychology in 2007 from Delhi University, India; masters in psychology degree from St John's College, Agra, India in 2009 and is pursuing her masters of arts in counseling degree from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore.

  • The sign above Gatlin Constant’s display in the foyer at Hodgenville’s IGA on Saturday mornings says a lot about the 11-year-old: “Help Me to Help Others.”

    For almost seven years, the lad has dedicated himself to giving to those in need.

    “He has the biggest heart of any kid I’ve ever met,” said Renee Wright, one of his fifth grade teachers at Hodgenville Elementary School.

  • Fred and Jean Hornback of Hodgenville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at Our Lady of Mercy Church Life Center on Jan. 2, 2011.

    They were married Dec. 31, 1960 at St. Francis Catholic Church in Marion County by Rev. John T. Spalding.

    They have five children, Joe Hornback, Dean Hornback, Michael Hornback, Joan Kessinger and MaryBeth Boley; 10 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

    All family and friends are invited to attend the open house.

    The couple requests no gifts.

  • Samantha Shelby Harris and Dorma Nathaniel Rosenbarger were married Dec. 4, 2010, in Atoka, Tenn.

    The bride is the daughter of Tracy Fitzgerald and Larry Harris of Louisville. She is employed at Flanagan's Ale House.

    The groom is the son of Rhonda and Frank Vaughn of Louisville. He is employed at O'Shea's Irish Pub.

    The couple will live in Louisville.

  • LaRue County Chamber of Commerce members expressed mixed emotions last Wednesday as they bid farewell to Executive Director Rita Williams.

    Williams is stepping down from the executive director position after about five years of service. In October, Williams took a leave of absence as she campaigned for the seat of Mayor of Hodgenville. When she lost the race, she decided to step away from chamber of commerce duties.  

    Friends, past presidents and other chamber leadership filled the Lincoln Museum Community Room to show appreciation for Williams.

  • LaRue County Health Department has recently welcomed a new community health and education director to their staff.

    Diana Leathers began her duties on Nov. 29 when the position became open due to a job transfer.

    Leathers graduated from the University of Kentucky in May with a Bachelors degree in Health Science. She resides in Bardstown with her husband, Robbie and three sons, Ryan, Greg and Scott.

  • Alyssa Mynne Partridge and Dustin Alan Clemons announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride to be is the daughter of Melissa P. Adams. She is a 2009 graduate of In The Beginning Homeschool and is a full-time teller at First Citizens Bank in Elizabethtown.

    The groom to be is the son of Scott and Kimberlee Clemons. He is a 2007 graduate of LaRue County High School and is an assistant manager at Save-A-Lot in Hodgenville.

    The wedding will be 4:30 p.m. Oct. 8, 2011, at South Fork Baptist Church. A private reception will follow.

  • Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., will speak in Elizabethtown Jan. 6. Dr. King is director of the African-American Outreach for Priests for Life, and Gospel of Life Ministries. She is also a Board Member of Georgia Right to Life, former Georgia State Legislator, and a member of many other pro-life organizations. 

    The title of her discourse is “How Can the Dream Survive?”