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Stay safe during the shopping season
Victims often are
distracted,inattentive
By BOB WHITE
[email protected]
It doesn’t take long to find a car loaded
with gifts in parking lots of malls and retail stores this time of year.
And it wouldn’t take long for an experienced burglar to pop a lock or break a
window to get the goods and run.
The best way to avoid becoming a victim of burglary, police say, is to not look
like an easy target.
Numerous times each year, shoppers
become victims of holiday crime by failing to take a few simple precautions, police say.
Distracted and careless shoppers are
among the easiest prey, according to local
police.
Purses left unattended in shopping baskets and cars bearing gifts in view of
passers-by create some of the most tempting situations for thieves.
HOLIDAY SHOPPING SAFETY TIPS
■ Avoid driving alone or at night. Keep all
car doors locked and windows closed while in
or out of your car. Set your alarm or use an
anti-theft device.
■ Avoid parking next to vans, trucks with
camper shells or cars with tinted windows.
Radcliff spokesman Bryce Shumate
said many shoppers unwittingly leave
purses or wallets in the child seat of shopping carts when strolling aisles of big box
stores.
■ Never leave your car unoccupied with
the motor running or with children inside.
■ Do not leave packages or valuables on
the seat of your car.
■ Be sure to have your keys in hand before
going to your car.
Once distracted by a person or product, or having turned their back on the
cart for a moment, the loot becomes too
attractive for a thief to ignore.
Turn to SAFETY, A5
Skeeters is Who will toll the bell?
big on band
North Hardin High
Schools registrar has
raised money for
band for 20 years
By KELLY CANTRALL
[email protected]
A local woman’s involvement
in
North
Hardin High School band
has continued through the
years, despite losing her
ties to the organization 17
years ago.
The North Pole Arts and
Crafts Show, a fundraiser
for the North Hardin High
School band.
Salvation Army
looking for volunteers
to fill 3,000 hours
over holidays
The event is entering its
third decade, and North
Hardin registrar Sandy
Skeeters
and
her
husband,
Mike, have
been behind the
show from
the beginning.
T h e SKEETERS
show boasts items such as
Christmas
decorations,
jewelry and baskets from
about 60 to 70 booths.
There also are concessions,
a bake sale and a raffle to
raise additional money for
By JEFF D’ALESSIO
[email protected]
Turn to BAND, A10
Walmart awards
$100K to local
food bank
By MARTY FINLEY
JILL PICKETT/The News-Enterprise
Kettles for the Salvation Army Kettle Program will be set up around the county
on Saturday. Bell ringers will begin ringing Monday.
[email protected]
A corporate giant and a local charity are working together to expand a hunger relief program in more than
two dozen Kentucky counties.
Wal-Mart Inc. has awarded $100,000 in grant money
to Elizabethtown-based Feeding America Kentucky’s
Heartland, which to expand the organization’s BackPack
Program and the number of food items students enrolled in the proON THE WEB
gram receive, said Gary
Miles, the charity’s execTo learn more about
utive director.
Feeding America’s BackMiles said the ElizaPack Program, visit
bethtown affiliate of
www.feedingamericaky.org/
Feeding America reprograms/backpack.
quested $50,000 to add
630 students to the program and another $50,000 to improve the quality of food
distributed.
The program is in 30 of the 42 central and western
Kentucky counties served by Feeding America KenTurn to GRANT, A5
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A sign-up sheet shows one-week of time slots for one Salvation Army kettle
location in the county. Volunteers still are needed for many times and locations.
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Judith Teresa Poppert, 46
Donna Powell, 61
Mildred Ann “Pumpkin”
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IN THE NEWS
■ POLICE STILL LOOKING FOR
ROBBERS: No arrests made in
Vine Grove Dollar General
Store robbery. A2
At various locations in Elizabethtown and Radcliff starting
Monday, bells will be ringing and
change will be dropped in bright
red kettles as
Salvation
YOU CAN the
Army’s annual
Kettle Program
HELP
begins.
To be a bell
How much
ringer, contact
the
Salvation the bells will
Army at 234- ring could de0833. Bell ring- pend largely on
ers are needed the next few
from 10 a.m.-8 days with a
p.m.
Mondaypush for more
Saturday.
volunteer bell
ringers.
Local Salvation Army Director
Lt. Marie Inmon said about half of
the 3,000 hours needed to fill the
days and time slots are accounted
for. The program runs through
Christmas eve.
Inmon said volunteer response
has been excellent so far, but the
high number of two-hour time slots
needing to be filled is quite an undertaking for the community.
“We definitely need more volunteers,’’ she said.
Money collected from the
Kettle Program will aid various
causes. For instance, the Salvation
Army provides a utility assistance
program to help those in need pay
part or all of their utility bills.
“At this time, we are out of utility funds,” Inmon said.
“We are seeing more and more
new cases come in (for assistance)
and that is kind of surprising to
me,’’ she said. Each year money
raised helps send children to a
week-long summer camp at Dale
Hollow Lake and keep the organization’s food shelter stocked.
The goal for the Kettle Program
this year is $65,000. Last year,
$55,909.20 was raised around the
county.
As of Wednesday, kettles will be
at the Elizabethtown and Radcliff
Walmart locations, both Kroger
stores, Kmart, E.W. James, HouchTurn to BELLS, A10
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Gov. Steve Beshear has announced
that flags should be lowered to halfstaff from sunrise to sunset today in
honor of Private 1st Class Shane M.
Reifert of Cottrellville, Mich.,
attached to Fort Campbell.
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LO CA L N E W S A N D N OT E S F R O M A R O U N D K E N T U C K I A N A
LOOKING BACK
ON THIS DATE IN 1928, Walt
Disney’s first sound-synchronized animated cartoon, “Steamboat Willie”
starring Mickey Mouse, premiered in New York.
IN 1966, U.S. Roman
Catholic bishops did away
with the rule against eating
meat on Fridays outside of
Lent.
IN 1985, the comic strip
“Calvin and Hobbes,” created by Bill Watterson, was
first published.
IN HARDIN COUNTY
30 YEARS AGO, a “pharmacy of the future” opened in
Governor’s Manor Shopping Center in Elizabethtown – The Medicine
Shoppe; the store planned
to offer many free health
screenings to the public for
high blood pressure, diabetes, glaucoma, hearing
loss, oral cancer, carbon
monoxide poisoning and
more.
20 YEARS AGO, the Central
Hardin High School Belles
and Beaux Show Choir, under the direction of Andy
Zagar, gave the Hardin
County A.M. Rotary Club a
taste of Broadway with a 15minute medley of tunes
from “West Side Story” and
other musicals.
Dollar General robbery
suspects sought
By BOB WHITE
[email protected]
Vine Grove and various other
police agencies remained on the
hunt Wednesday for two suspects
in Tuesday night’s robbery of a
Dollar General on Highland
Avenue in Vine Grove.
According to police, two men
wearing ski masks came into the
store shortly after 8 p.m. and used
a gun when demanding two clerks
surrender cash.
The suspects left the area with
about $100 in a white, four-door
vehicle, which pursuers lost sight
of on Rineyville Road.
Vine Grove Police Capt. Dale
Riggs said Wednesday that surveillance video images of the robbers
will be processed and should be
available to media outlets by today.
No one was injured in the robbery. Dollar General officials declined comment.
Anyone with information about
the crime may contact Vine Grove
police at 877-2262.
Bob White can be
reached at (270) 505-1750.
From News-Enterprise wire
services and staff reports
TODAY’S FORECAST
Partly cloudy.
High: 51
TONIGHT: Mostly
clear. Low: 31
FRI
SAT
Sunny.
Sunny.
Partly
cloudy.
A federal jury has cleared
a deputy sheriff in central
Kentucky in a civil lawsuit
over a shooting.
The lawsuit accused
Bourbon County Deputy Ed
Rodgers of using excessive
force after he shot an unarmed man in a dark field.
Rodgers was sent in 2007
to check the welfare of
Robert Brewer, who had
been drinking. Rodgers testified that when he arrived,
he saw a weapon and
thought he had been fired
on so he fired his gun.
Brewer’s attorneys questioned how reasonable it
was that Rodgers believed
Brewer had a gun because
no weapon was ever found.
AROUND KENTUCKY
Low
43
43
41
38
41
33
37
Outlook
MoCldy
PtCldy
PtCldy
PtCldy
PtCldy
MoCldy
MoCldy
Source: National Weather Service
ALMANAC
LAST
QUARTER
Nov. 28
NEW
MOON
Dec. 5
The North Dixie Boulevard streetscape project will
be rebid after the top five
bidders failed to meet qualifications for the contract.
Radcliff City Council in
October awarded the bid to
Louisville-based
Kevco
Construction
for
$868,766.20, but City Engineer Toby Spalding said the
company failed to meet the
pre-qualifications
upon
which the contract was contingent.
The top four bidders behind Kevco also failed to
complete the paperwork required by the Kentucky
Transportation
Cabinet.
The project will eliminate
certain access points to improve the safety and aesthetics of a portion of Dixie
Boulevard between Lincoln
Trail Boulevard and Knox
Boulevard and place sidewalks and landscaping
through that stretch of the
city, Spalding said. The
project is funded by a federal grant, which requires a 20
percent match from the city.
Spalding said the remaining
bids were too expensive
once the top five were eliminated, so the best option
was to rebid the project.
He expects the bidding
process to be reopened by
Dec. 1.
Jury clears deputy
in civil lawsuit
over shooting
65/45
FULL
MOON
Nov. 21
Five streetscape
bidders disqualified
for failing to meet
requirements
LEXINGTON
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High
52
50
55
49
53
53
47
RADCLIFF
SUN
59/41
Fort Campbell
Paducah
Bowling Green
Lexington
Louisville
Pikeville
Covington
DAILY BRIEFING
FIRST
QUARTER
Dec. 13
Today’s sunrise . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:27 a.m.
Today’s sunset . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5:30 p.m.
HIGHS/LOWS
High/low yesterday . . . . . . . . . . . .54/41
OWENSBORO
Fort Knox NWS reporting station as of 5 p.m.
Record high/year* . . . . . . . . . . .77/1985
Record low/year* . . . . . . . . . . . .13/1959
Average high/low* . . . . . . . . . . . . .55/39
Runway finished,
airport seeks
more flights
*Louisville temperature readings
PRECIPITATION
Past 24 hours* (End 5 p.m.) . . . . . . . . . .0.29
Last 30 days** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.50
Deviation from norm . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-0.47
Jan. 1-present** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36.89
Deviation from norm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-2.10
Sources: *Fort Knox, **NWS, Bardstown station
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ON THE INSIDE LOOKING OUT
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College students cross the campus Wednesday afternoon between
classes.
ALLERGY REPORT
National Allergy Bureau pollen and
mold report for the area.
Trees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Absent
Weeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Absent
Grass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Absent
Mold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Low
Racy photos taken at Lexington fire station
The Associated Press
*per cubic meter
LEXINGTON
—
The
Lexington Fire Department is investigating racy photos taken at a
local fire station and posted on the
Internet.
The photos show three women
dressed in tank tops and hot pants
bearing the logo of Sling Point
Firearms Inc., a gun store across
from Fire Station 2. In other photos the women were partly dressed
in Lexington fire department
pants, suspenders and helmets and
posing on a fire truck.
The photos were posted on the
gun store’s Facebook page, but
they have been removed.
Sling Point Firearms co-owner
Jimmy Johnson said the women
are “gun bunnies,” that is models
who promote the store by posing
with guns.
Officials with the Owensboro-Daviess County airport say the phones are
ringing off the wall with
folks trying to convince
Allegiant Air to add flights
to Las Vegas.
The airport has completed work on its main runway
and now has full use of its
8,000 feet.
Bob Whitmer, manager
of the airport, has sent the
required notices to the aviation community about the
runway, which had been
7,000 feet since the main
runway opened in 2007 because of power lines at the
end of it.
From News-Enterprise wire
services and staff reports
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NEWS
Uneasy House Democrats
keep Pelosi as their leader
By CHARLES
BABINGTON
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON
—
House Democrats gambled Wednesday they can
return to power under the
same leaders who just
oversaw a 61-seat election
loss, choosing Nancy
Pelosi to remain their party
chief when they become
the minority in January.
Moderate Democrats
pleaded for a change to
show voters they understand the anger and unrest
registered two weeks earlier on Election Day. And
Pelosi didn’t retain her
leadership without a fight,
defeating Rep. Heath
Shuler of North Carolina,
150-43, in secret balloting
in a lengthy closed-door
gathering in the Capitol.
In a contrast befitting
the Nov. 2 election results,
House Republicans kept
SUSAN WALSH/The Associated Press
House Speaker House Nancy Pelosi of Calif., listens
Wednesday as House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Md.,
speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in
Washington.
Rep. John Boehner of
Ohio as their leader without opposition, and he will
become speaker in the new
Congress. Eric Cantor of
Virginia will retain the second-ranking party position, which will be majority leader, and Kevin
McCarthy of California
will be the party whip.
Boehner, who turned 61
on Wednesday, told his
colleagues they will usher
in “the dawn of a new majority,” which he said will
be “humbler, wiser, and
more focused than its pred-
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
FDA warns makers of
alcoholic energy drinks
By MARY CLARE JALONICK
The Associated Press
ecessors on the priorities of
the people.”
Pelosi, the nation’s first
female House speaker, will
become minority leader
when the 112th Congress
convenes.
“She is the face that defeated us in this last election,” declared Florida
Rep. Allen Boyd, who was
among those who lost reelection fights. However,
Pelosi, who presided over
big Democratic gains in
the 2006 and 2008 elections, remains popular
among the liberals who
dominate her caucus more
than ever. Dissident moderates could not find
enough votes to force her
aside.
In fact, the Democrats
kept their entire leadership
team intact despite election
losses that President Barack Obama called “a shellacking.”
WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug
Administration issued warning letters Wednesday to
four manufacturers of alcoholic energy drinks often
consumed by college students, saying the caffeine
added to their beverages is an “unsafe food additive.”
FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said the
combinations of caffeine and alcohol in the drinks is
a public health concern and can lead to “a state of
wide-awake drunk.” Evidence has shown their consumption has led to alcohol poisoning, car accidents
and assaults, she said.
The government could eventually seize the products if the companies continue to make and market
them. The companies have 15 days to respond to
the letters and either explain how they will take
their products off the market or defend their drinks
as safe.
The government came under increasing pressure
as college students have been hospitalized in recent
months after consuming the drinks. The FDA said
experts have raised concerns that the caffeine in the
drinks can mask a person’s feeling of intoxication,
leading to risky behavior. Many of those who consume the drinks are underage drinkers.
In response to such incidents, four states —
Washington, Michigan, Utah and Oklahoma — have
banned the beverages. Other states are considering
similar action.
To Everything There Is A Season
THE NEWS IN BRIEF
MURKOWSKI WINS ALASKA
SENATE RACE TO MAKE HISTORY AS VICTORIOUS WRITE-IN
CANDIDATE. Sen. Lisa Murkowski on Wednesday became the first Senate candidate in more than 50 years
to win a write-in campaign,
emerging victorious over
her tea party rival following a painstaking, weeklong count of hand-written
votes.
The victory completes a
remarkable comeback for
the Republican after her
humiliating loss in the
GOP primary to Joe Miller.
Her victory became
clear when Alaska election
officials confirmed they
had only about 700 votes
left to count, putting Murkowski in safe territory to
win re-election. Murkowski is flying back from
Washington to Alaska on
Wednesday to make an
“exciting announcement,”
proclaiming in an e-mail to
supporters that the campaign “made history.”
WHITE HOUSE SAYS OBAMA
WILL FIGHT TO GET SENATE
VOTE IN LAME DUCK SESSION
ON NUCLEAR TREATY. President Barack Obama will
push for Senate ratification
of a nuclear arms pact with
Russia before year’s-end
despite opposition from a
key Republican senator,
the White House said
Wednesday.
Press Secretary Robert
Gibbs said he believes the
New START deal will
come up and pass during
the lame-duck Congress,
now in progress.
The pact is a top foreign
policy priority for Obama.
It would shrink the U.S.
and Russian arsenals of
strategic warheads, and revive on-the-ground inspections that ceased when a
previous treaty expired
nearly a year ago.
GM SAYS COMMON STOCK
TO SELL FOR $33 PER SHARE
IN INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING
WORTH
ABOUT
$18.2B.
General Motors says its
common stock will sell for
$33 per share when its initial public offering takes
place today. The IPO
brings the U.S. government closer to getting back
part of the $50 billion it
gave GM to help it through
bankruptcy protection last
year.
The government will
sell 412 million shares and
get $13.6 billion. It will still
have about 500 million
shares, or about 33 percent
of GM. It would have to
sell them for $53 a share,
or $26.4 billion, for taxpayers to get back their $50
billion back.
The government and
other GM owners will sell
550 million shares starting
today. The IPO will be
worth up to $18.2 billion,
making it one of the largest
in U.S. history.
WHITMAN AGREES TO PROVIDE FORMER HOUSEKEEPER
WITH UNPAID WAGES BUT
DOESN’T ADMIT WRONGDOING.
Former California gubernatorial candidate Meg
Whitman agreed Wednesday to provide her former
housekeeper with $5,500
in unpaid wages to settle a
dispute that erupted after it
was revealed the woman
was an illegal immigrant.
Whitman and her husband Dr. Griffith Harsh IV
did not admit any wrongdoing while agreeing to the
settlement at a two-hour
closed meeting at the
California Division of
Labor Standards Enforcement.
WIS. MAN ACCUSED OF
SHOOTING TV IN RAGE OVER
BRISTOL PALIN’S ‘DANCING
WITH THE STARS’ ROUTINE. A
rural Wisconsin man apparently enraged by Bristol
Palin’s “Dancing with the
Stars” routine blasted his
television with a shotgun,
leading to an all-night
standoff with a SWAT
team, investigators said.
Steven Cowan, 67, was
arrested Tuesday morning
after officers coaxed him
out of his house in
Vermont, a farming community near Madison.
Cowan, who is accused of
threatening his wife with
the gun after destroying the
television, appeared in a
Madison courtroom Wednesday on a charge of second-degree reckless endangerment. His bail was set at
$1,500.
Cowan’s attorney at the
hearing, Jonas Bednarek,
declined to comment.
Cowan’s wife, Janice
Cowan, told investigators
that her husband suffers
from bipolar disorder and
had threatened her life in
the past.
According to court documents, Janice Cowan said
her husband came home
Monday from the bar and
had a beer with dinner before they settled down to
watch “Dancing with the
Stars.”
The Associated Press
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
DE ATHS
TODAY
Compassionate Friends, a support group for bereaved
parents, will meet at 7 p.m. at Hosparus Building,
Diecks Drive, E’town; change of date because of
Thanksgiving. POC: Linda Norris, 877-5414 or 2726294.
Hodgenville’s Main Street Festival of Trees, 9 a.m.-4
p.m. Thursday and Friday and 10 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Lincoln Museum Community Room on Lincoln
Square, Hodgenville. Public can vote on favorite tree or
wreath (provided by non-profit agencies, charities or
businesses/individuals providing them as fundraisers
for charities); winner or designated charity gets $25.
Chili supper, 5-7 p.m. Saturday, sponsored by Hodgenville Woman’s Club, as well as gift items; bids on
silent auction close at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. POC: 3585913.
John Hardin Youth Services Advisory Council, 3:45
p.m., in the JHHS Youth Services Center, Room 114, of
John Hardin High School. POC: Peggy Snow, 769-8979,
or [email protected]
FRIDAY
Blood drive, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Knights of Columbus,
312 E. Main St., Vine Grove. POC: 1-800-GIVE-LIFE.
Hardin Memorial Hospital’s Wellness on Wheels, 10 a.m.noon, Premier Home Care, 1020 N. Dixie, E’town, providing blood pressure and blood sugar screenings. Also,
Premier Home Care will provide free diabetic foot assessments. POC: 234-4406.
SATURDAY
Annual Stovall UMC Christmas bazaar, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.,
in the church Fellowship Hall, 949 Rogersville Road,
Radcliff, sponsored by the Night Group of the Wesleyan
Circle. Bean and vegetable soup luncheon served from
11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Christmas decorations, crafts,
baked goods and candies available. POC: 351-0250.
Breakfast with Santa, 8-11 a.m., First Federal Gallery
at Historic State Theater, 209 W. Dixie Ave., E’town; $5.
Pictures with Santa, $3. Also, cartoons shown from
8:30-10 a.m. and from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. for $1.
POC: 234-8258.
Bussmann reunion, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Nolin RECC building, 411 Ring Road, E’town. All former employees and
spouses welcome. Potluck meal. POC: 862-3829.
Chili supper and auction, 5 p.m. chili supper, followed
by auction at 6 p.m., Lebanon Junction Community
Center on N. Poplar St., Lebanon Junction, sponsored
by Lebanon Junction Church of God of Prophecy. POC:
John Largen, 766-9804.
Elizabethtown Christmas parade and Light Up Elizabethtown, parade, 5 p.m., leaving from Rose’s
Shopping Center. Vendors will sell arts, crafts and
more, 1-8 p.m. at First Federal Gallery of Historic State
Theater, 209 W. Dixie, E’town. Animal costume contest,
4 p.m., in parking lot of State Theater; after the contest
pets and owners will join the Christmas parade as it
passes. POC: 234-8258.
Helm Family historical markers dedication, 10 a.m.,
Helm Cemetery, U.S. 31W North, E’town, sponsored by
Sons of Confederate Veterans, General Helm Camp in
E’town, and friends of Hardin County history. The ceremony will include talks by costumed interpreters and
Civil War reenactors. POC: Tim Bowman, 268-2723, or
Geoff Walden, 360-9311.
Pancake breakfast and bazaar, hosted by South
Hardin Lions Club; breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m.,
bazaar opens at 9 a.m. Pictures taken with Santa from
noon to 2 p.m. Vendor spaces available. POC: Autumn
O’Neal, 766-8216.
Pre-Thanksgiving Day Homemade Food and Craft Gala, 9
a.m.-1 p.m., Hardin County Farmers’ Market Pavilion,
200 Peterson Drive, E’town. Items for sale to include
baked goods, eggs, beef, poultry, jams and jellies,
wood crafts, homemade candy, cheese and other homemade items. POC: 765-4121.
Santa’s Workshop, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Brown-Pusey
House, 128 N. Main St., E’town; children will make holiday crafts, including a wooden spoon snowman, Santa
ornament, beeswax candle and personalized Christmas
card; elf and reindeer helpers will assist with crafts.
Additional candles available for $2. Hot apple cider,
punch and cookies served. $3 per person. Those interested also can bid on themed mini-trees at silent auction; bids start at $25, highest bid at 4 p.m. Dec. 11
wins the tree. POC: 765-2515.
SUNDAY
Blood drive, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Memorial United
Methodist Church, 631 N. Miles, E’town. POC: 1-800GIVE-LIFE.
MONDAY
Magic show fundraiser for family of Lemuel Young, 6
to 8 p.m., Pritchard Community Center. Raffles, door
prizes and music. Admission $5, All proceeds go to
family. POC: Aaron Hays, 505-5500.
Hardin Memorial Hospital’s WOW Wellness on Wheels, 7
a.m.-noon, Hometown IGA in Hodgenville, providing
blood pressure, body mass index, blood glucose, and
breast cancer risk computerized assessment, no
charge. Cholesterol panel which includes total cholesterol, triglyceride, HDL, LDL and glucose, $20.
Osteoporosis bone density for $20. Flu shots available
for individuals 18 years and older, $25 or Medicare Part
B only. No appointment necessary. POC: 234-4406.
TUESDAY
Blood drive, 3-7 p.m., First Baptist Church, 709 Main
St., Sonora. POC: 1-800-GIVE-LIFE.
North Hardin High School YSC Advisory Council, 11:45
a.m., counselor’s conference room at the school. Open
to public. POC: Tamara McPheron, 351-2862.
UPCOMING
Thanksgiving dinner, sponsored by area churches and
Helping Hand, noon-2 p.m. Nov. 25, St. James Primary
School cafeteria. To volunteer time to help prepare or
deliver meals, contact Patti and Greg Stith, 369-8495
or 234-6014. To donate food, call Cheri Ellis-Reeves at
737-1135. To have the meal or to have a meal delivered, call Helping Hand, 769-3092, by Nov. 22.
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today and tomorrow, visit www.thenewsenterprise.com and click on “community.”
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must be submitted at least four days prior to the event. The NewsEnterprise will publish the information at its discretion. Questions?
Call 505-1751.
Sage Robert McCloskey
Sage Robert McCloskey, 19, passed away Thursday,
Nov. 11, 2010.
He was a graduate of John Hardin High School, a
member of the ROTC Drill, Raiders and Rifle Teams and
on the AB Academic Honor Roll.
He is survived by his mother, Kelly McCloskey (Scott)
Skees of Rineyville; his father, Matthew McCloskey of
Texas; two sisters, Kassy and Kayla Skees of Rineyville;
two brothers, Tyler Skees of Rineyville and Tristan
McCloskey of Texas; grandparents, Robert and June
McCloskey and William Holder Jr., all of Texas, Linda
Skees of Elizabethtown and Brian (Polly) Skees of
Indiana; an uncle, Michael (Amanda) Skees and their
son, Jake, all of Boston, Ky.; and an aunt and uncle,
Walter and Janet Reed of Rineyville.
Sage, along with Greg Coode, Roscoe Jeffreys and
Dalton Tatro, are knows as the four horsemen to their
mothers. These guys had a great bond and triumphed
many obstacles together.
A memorial service is at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, at
Severns Valley Baptist Church with the Revs. Chad
Sarver and Chad Kincer officiating.
J.L. Steen Funeral Directors is in charge of arrangements.
Judith Teresa Poppert
Judith Teresa Poppert, 46, of Vine Grove, passed away
Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010, surrounded by her family at her
residence after a 13-year courageous battle with cancer.
She was preceded in death by her father, Donald Dixon Smith Sr.
Survivors include her husband of 27
years, Command Sgt. Maj. Adrien
Poppert of Vine Grove; one daughter,
Adrianne Sheppard of Fort Knox; one
son, Caleb Poppert and his fiancée,
Jaeleen Concepcion, of Vine Grove;
three grandchildren, Mathew HenderPOPPERT
son, Joshua Sheppard and Noalani
Poppert; her mother, Linda Kight of Blythe, Ga.; two
brothers, Donald Smith Jr., and Stacy Smith, both of
Augusta, Ga.; two sisters, Susanne McLaughlin of
Augusta and Tara Johnson of Smyrna, Ga.; her grandmother, Margaret B. Joyner (Granny) of Millen, Ga.; and
a host of relatives and close friends.
Funeral services are at Blythe United Methodist
Church in Blythe, Ga.
There will be a memorial service at a later date for her
friends and family in the Fort Knox area.
Coffey & Chism Funeral Home in Vine Grove is in
charge of arrangements.
Donna Powell
Donna Powell, 61, of Hodgenville, died Tuesday, Nov.
16, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown.
Survivors include two sons, Rodrick Powell and
Michael Powell and her mother, Maxine Handley.
The funeral is at 1 p.m. Friday at First Baptist Church
in Hodgenville with burial in Hubbard Cemetery.
Visitation is from 5 to 8 p.m. today and continues after 11 a.m. Friday at Bennett-Bertram Funeral Home in
Hodgenville.
Mildred Ann ‘Pumpkin’ Sprowls
Mildred Ann “Pumpkin” Sprowls, 74, of Elizabethtown, died Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010, at Woodland
Terrace Health Care Facility.
She was a native of LaRue County and a member of
Northside Baptist Church. She was a retired cook.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Chester S.
and Jessie Ford Miller; and a brother, Jesse Miller.
She is survived by her husband of 56 years, Charles
Douglas Sprowls; two sons, Charles William Sprowls and
Steven Douglas (Rebecca) Sprowls, all of Elizabethtown;
two sisters, Frances ( James) Phelps of Hodgenville and
Dorothy Bowen of Clarksville, Tenn.; and two grandchildren, Emily Sprowls and Katie Sprowls.
The funeral is at 2 p.m. Friday at Brown Funeral
Home in Elizabethtown with Dr. Chad Brand officiating.
Burial is at 10 a.m. Monday at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central.
Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. today and continues after 10 a.m. Friday at the funeral home.
Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Condolences may be expressed at www.brownfuner
al.com.
Pull over honey,
here comes No.5
By MIKE RUTLEDGE
The Kentucky Enquirer
ALEXANDRIA (AP) — It was time to be born,
and Karleigh Anne Harmon couldn’t be stopped
Monday night.
So her father, Charlie Harmon of California,
Ky., pulled over the family minivan along AA
Highway to catch his fifth child.
Mother Krista Harmon, 30, started feeling contractions at around 9:45 p.m., but took about 40
minutes to leave home — after her water broke and
a baby-sitter arrived.
“We got about 10 minutes down the way, and
that’s as far as we got,” Krista said. She yelled the
baby was coming and Charlie pulled the cranberry
2009 Dodge Caravan to the shoulder of AA
Highway at Poplar Ridge, where Karleigh was born
in the inky darkness at around 11:40 p.m.
“My husband got out and came around the side
of the car, called 911 and the baby was out, like, in
a push — it wasn’t even a minute,” Krista recalled
Tuesday from her hospital bed at St. Elizabeth
Medical Center in Edgewood.
“He caught her, thank goodness, because it was
so dark I couldn’t see her,” Krista said. “She probably would have hit the floor.”
Grandparents Cindy and Ken Tiemeier pulled
up minutes later.
Charles Randal Thomas
Charles Randal Thomas, 76, of Elizabethtown, died
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010, at his home.
He was a native of Hardin County and a member of
St. James Catholic Church. He retired from the U.S. Air
Force, having served during the Korean and Vietnam
wars. He retired from Nukote Inc. and was the past president of Elizabethtown Transportation Club.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Eugene and
Lettie Sheroan Thomas; and one sister, Barbara McGaw.
He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Lula “Lu” Akers
Thomas; four sons, David (Connie) Thomas, Keith (Terri)
Thomas and Anthony (Vicki) Thomas, all of Elizabethtown, and Mark ( Janet) Thomas of Greenfield, Ind.;
two daughters, Esther (Al) Holley of Shalimar, Fla., and
Teresa (Doug) Gibson of Elizabethtown; one sister, Mary
Glenn Boyer of Indiana; 11 grandchildren, James Holley,
Lori Holley, Jason Thomas, Emily Keith, Will Thomas,
Rachel Holmes, Leah Thomas, Amy Manns, Hayes
Thomas, Taylor Thomas and Kathryn Thomas; and two
great-grandchildren.
The funeral is at 11 a.m. Friday at Brown Funeral
Home in Elizabethtown with the Rev. Dick Sullivan officiating. Burial will follow in St. James Cemetery.
Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. today and continues after 9 a.m. Friday at the funeral home.
Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to St. Vincent DePaul Society or Hosparus of
Central Kentucky.
Condolences may be expressed at www.brownfuner
al.com.
Mary Lou ‘Mimi’ Rogers Todd
Mary Lou “Mimi” Rogers Todd, 84, of Elizabethtown,
died Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010, at her home surrounded
by her family.
She was a native of Chandler, Okla.,
and a member of St. James Catholic
Church, where she was a member of the
parish council and the Rosary guild. She
was employed as a bookkeeper at Interstate Auto Supply and Joplin & Lanz
Company. She was a member of the Blue
Army and the Honorable Order of
Kentucky Colonels. She was a volunteer TODD
for the American Red Cross and the Hardin Memorial
Hospital Auxiliary.
Mary Lou graduated valedictorian from Glendale
High School at 16 years old. She earned a bachelor’s degree with a 4.0 GPA from Western Kentucky University
at the age of 63.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Margaret and
Carl Rogers; and two siblings, Clay Dean Rogers and
Ann Elizabeth Walters.
Mary Lou was the beloved mother of eight children
who survive her with their spouses, Bill Todd and Bob
and Martha Todd, all of Louisville, Jim and Barbara Todd
of Elizabethtown, Mary Todd and David Neri of
Louisville, John and Laurie Todd of Glendale, Patty Todd
Lucas, Freddie Lucas, Janice Todd Crawford and John
Crawford, all of Elizabethtown, and Paul and Lisa Todd
of Columbia; 23 grandchildren; and a brother, Gayle
Rodgers and his wife, Mary Ann, of Brunswick, Ga.
A Mass of Christian burial is at 1 p.m. Saturday at St.
James Catholic Church with the Rev. Bill Fichteman officiating. Burial will follow in St. James Cemetery.
Visitation is from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday at Brown Funeral
Home in Elizabethtown with a prayer vigil service at 7:30
p.m.
Expressions of sympathy may be made in her memory to St. James School.
Condolences may be expressed at www.brownfuner
al.com.
SERVICES
June Argenbright, 77, of Lebanon Junction, died Monday,
Nov. 15, 2010. The funeral is at 11 a.m. Friday at First
Christian Church in Lebanon Junction with burial in Lebanon
Junction City Cemetery. Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. today
at Kappel Funeral Home in Lebanon Junction and after 10
a.m. Friday at the church.
Ronald Lee Beauchamp, 67, of Irvington, died Tuesday, Nov.
16, 2010. The funeral is at 2 p.m. EST Friday at Walnut Grove
Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery. Visitation
is from 2 to 9 p.m. EST today and continues at 8 a.m. Friday
at Alexander Funeral Home in Irvington.
Retired Sgt. 1st Class Dicky A. Bowers, 60, of Vine Grove,
died Monday, Nov. 15, 2010. The funeral is at noon Monday
at Coffey & Chism Funeral Home in Vine Grove with burial
with military honors in Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in
Radcliff. Visitation is from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday and after 9
a.m. Monday at the funeral home.
Katrina Marie Bryner, 22, of Elizabethtown, died Thursday,
Nov. 11, 2010. The funeral is at 11 a.m. Friday at Percell &
Sons Funeral Home with burial to follow in Elizabethtown City
Cemetery. Visitation begins at 6 p.m. today at the funeral
home.
Lois Crutcher, 69, of Elizabethtown, died Tuesday, Nov. 9,
2010. The funeral Mass is at 11 a.m. today at St. Martin of
Tours Catholic Church with burial in St. Martin of Tours
Cemetery. Brown Funeral Home in Elizabethtown is in charge
of arrangements.
Robert Ray Collins, 74, of Vine Grove, died Sunday, Nov. 14,
2010. The funeral is at noon Friday at Coffey & Chism
Funeral Home in Vine Grove with burial with military honors in
Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff. Visitation is
from 5 to 8 p.m. today and after 9 a.m. Friday at the funeral
home where there is a VFW service at 7 p.m. today.
Glendle L. Justis, 75, of Battletown, died Monday, Nov. 15,
2010. The funeral is at 11 a.m. today at Hager Funeral Home
in Brandenburg. Visitation continues at 8 a.m. today at the funeral home.
The Rev. Toby Milton Lewis, 86, of Sonora, died Monday, Nov.
15, 2010. The funeral is at noon EST today at BennettBertram Funeral Home in Hodgenville with burial in Oak Hill
Baptist Church Cemetery. Visitation begins at 11 a.m. today
at the funeral home.
Jack B. Parrigin, 67, of Vine Grove, died Sunday, Nov. 14,
2010. The committal service is at 2 p.m. today at Kentucky
Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff with military honors.
Nelson-Edelen-Bennett Funeral Home in Radcliff is in charge
of arrangements.
Phillip Gordon Pinson, 74, of Vine Grove, died Tuesday, Nov.
16, 2010. The funeral is at 11 a.m. Saturday at Coffey &
Chism Funeral Home in Vine Grove with burial with military
honors in North Hardin Memorial Gardens in Radcliff.
Visitation is from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday and after 9 a.m. Saturday
at the funeral home.
Nita Carr South, 81, of Elizabethtown, died Monday, Nov.
15, 2010. The funeral is at 2 p.m. today at Summit United
Methodist Church. Visitation continues from noon to 1 p.m.
today at Brown Funeral Home in Elizabethtown.
THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE
GOP
blasts
Fed
Republicans
oppose economic
aid program
By JEANNINE AVERSA
AP Economics Writer
WASHINGTON — Republican leaders in Congress attacked the Federal
Reserve’s $600 billion program to invigorate the
economy, arguing it could
ignite inflation and lead to
speculative buying on Wall
Street.
Senate Minority Leader
Mitch
McConnell
of
Kentucky and incoming
House
Speaker
John
Boehner of Ohio were
among the GOP leaders
who raised concerns about
the program in a letter
Wednesday to Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke. The latest backlash threatens to
drag the Fed deeper into
partisan politics.
The GOP leaders told
Bernanke they have “deep
concerns” over the Fed program. They worry it could
“result both in hard-to-control, long-term inflation and
potentially generate artificial asset bubbles that could
cause further economic disruptions.”
Earlier in the day, Bernanke went to Capitol Hill
and defended the Fed’s action. Bernanke told lawmakers the program could
create 700,000 jobs over
two years. Bernanke made
the comments during a private meeting with members
of the Senate Banking Committee, according to Sen.
Richard Shelby, R-Ala., and
others who attended the
meeting. Bernanke was citing research by the Federal
Reserve Bank of Boston.
In fact, Eric Rosengren,
president of the Boston Fed,
first rattled off the jobs figures during a speech Wednesday morning. Rosengren, one of 10 Fed officials
who voted for the program,
said critics’ fears about potential risks stemming from
the program are overblown.
He joined a stream of Fed
officials who have come out
to defend the Fed’s action
against a barrage of attacks.
The Fed announced on
Nov. 3 that it would buy
$600 billion worth of
Treasury bonds over eight
months. The Fed hopes to
make loans cheaper and get
Americans to spend more,
which would rejuvenate the
economy and help reduce
unemployment.
Bernanke’s meeting on
Capitol Hill comes as some
Republicans are attacking
the bond-purchase program
on multiple fronts. They
also worry that the Fed is
overstepping its bounds, arguing that the Fed is printing money to pay for the
government’s massive debt.
GRANT: $600,000
split among four
Kentucky charities
Continued from A1
tucky’s Heartland, and
each bag is packed with
roughly 12 items, ranging
from cereal and milk to
fruit and snacks, Miles said.
The bags are distributed
Fridays at the end of school
— discreetly placed in students’ backpacks so students do not feel singled
out or embarrassed around
their peers.
Miles said the program
has expanded to about 200
schools and teachers and
family resource officials
identify which children
need the food when they
go home for the weekend.
The program, he said,
will serve about 4,935 chil-
NEWS
Obama to award
Medals of Freedom
By ERICA WERNER
Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President George H.W.
Bush, poet Maya Angelou and investor Warren
Buffett are among the 2010 winners of the
Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor.
President Barack Obama will present the
awards to the 15 honorees early next year.
Winners include a civil rights hero, Rep. John
Lewis, D-Ga., St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Famer
Stan “The Man” Musial, German Chancellor
Angela Merkel and renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
SAFETY: Cut down on time spent in
parking lot after making purchases
Continued from A1
“Sometimes,
they
MORE HOLIDAY
won’t even notice until
they get to the checkSAFETY TIPS
out,” Shumate said.
■ Keep a secure hold
A shopper leaving a
your purse, handbag
store with arms loaded on
and parcels. Do not put
with purchases also can them down or on top of
look like an easy target.
the car in order to open
Fumbling with or the door.
■ Ask mall or store
searching for keys and
security for an escort beroaming the lot trying to fore leaving your shopfind a car, Shumate said ping location.
such a shopper is easy
■ Shop during daypickings for a purse light hours whenever possible.
snatcher or gift grabber.
■ If you shop at night,
To avoid that, Shu- go with
a friend or family
mate said it’s good prac- member.
tice to make several trips
■ Dress casually and
to the vehicle – deposit- comfortably.
■ Avoid wearing exing smaller loads of gifts
pensive jewelry.
each time, so not to be■ Do not carr y a
come over-burdened, purse or wallet, if possiand distracted by carry- ble. Avoid carrying large
amounts of cash. Keep
ing too many bags.
Keeping car keys in cash in your front pocket.
■ Always carry your
hand when leaving the Kentucky
Driver License
store is a good way to or Identification Card
avoid delays in the park- along with necessar y
cash, checks and/or a
ing lot.
Noting the exact park- credit card you expect to
use.
ing spot, by aisle and by
■ Pay for purchases
row, is another way to with a check or credit
reduce the amount of card when possible.
■ Notify the credit
time roaming the lot.
“Write it down if you card issuer immediately
if your credit card is lost,
have to,” Shumate said, stolen or misused. Keep
of a vehicle’s parking a record of all of your
spot.
credit card numbers in a
Making multiple, di- safe place at home.
■ Be extra careful if
rect trips to the car to deyou do carry a wallet or
posit gifts can minimize purse.
the risk of becoming a
■ Avoid overloading
victim.
yourself with packages. It
But more can be done is important to have
clear visibility and freeto improve safety.
dom of motion to avoid
Paying close attention mishaps.
to where gifts are stored
■ Beware of strangin a vehicle is another ers approaching you for
any reason. At this time
important precaution.
Hardin County Sher- of year, con-artists may
try various methods of
iff’s Office spokesman distracting you with the
Greg Lowe said another intention of taking your
simple,
thief-beating money or belongings.
practice is to load gifts
into a trunk, behind a seat or somewhere else to
keep items out of view of would-be thieves.
“That’s a big temptation,” Lowe said, regarding
a car loaded with gifts in plain sight. “One thing
people can do is not leave packages exposed. Put
them in a trunk or somewhere they can’t be seen.”
Daylight hours are short, but officers also say it’s
safest to shop before the sun sets.
When that’s not possible, police recommend
people shop in pairs, to deter a criminal who might
target a solo shopper.
Those anxious about the walk into a dark parking lot can seek escort from store security.
No accurate data exists to show exactly how
much burglary increases locally during the holiday
shopping season, but Lowe said crime, undoubtedly, spikes around Christmas.
Following some of the same tips also can help
deter a burglar from striking the home.
“Most of it is common sense stuff,” Lowe said.
Bob White can be reached at (270) 505-1750.
dren in the 30-county area
thanks to the grant.
The backpack effort in
Hardin County was originally a smaller endeavor
coordinated by the local
Extension office, Miles
said. Later, Feeding America partnered with the program and expanded its
scope to multiple counties.
Miles said the program
also has expanded nationwide through Feeding
America-affiliated
food
banks.
Each bag costs about $2
to make and roughly half
of the items placed in each
bag are donated to the
charity’s
food
bank.
Feeding America Kentucky’s Heartland distributes about 40 bags to each
student per year, and
donors can adopt a backpacker for an $80 annual
donation, Miles said.
The charity accepted
the grant in Lexington earlier this week and Miles
said Walmart was trying to
give money to organizations that touch large areas
of the state. In all,
$600,000 was awarded to
four Kentucky charities.
God’s Pantry Food Bank,
which serves around 50
counties,
received
$200,000, as did Dare to
Care Food Bank, which
serves Jefferson and neighboring counties, according
to the Lexington HeraldLeader. The Kentucky
Association of Food Banks
also received $100,000.
“Walmart has really
stepped up to the plate and
helped us big time,” Miles
said.
Marty Finley can be
reached at (270) 505-1762.
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LUMBER 2688 LeitchfieldHARDWARE
640 Highland Ave., Vine Grove, KY 40175
Rd., Elizabethtown, KY 42701
270-877-2129
270-737-7702
MASTER
R COMMISSIONER
R SALES
To comply with the orders of the Hardin Circuit Court, the Commissioner will sell the property described
in the following actions on Thursday, DECEMBER
R 9,, 2010 at the hour of 10:00 a.m. at the Hardin
County Justice Center, 120 East Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Said property shall be sold to raise
the amounts hereinafter set forth, together with interest and the costs of the action, and upon the
following terms and conditions;
(A) AT THE TIME OF SALE, the successful bidder shall either pay cash or make a deposit of 10% of the
purchase price with the balance on a credit of thirty (30) days UNLESS otherwise provided below. In the
event the successful bidder desires or elects to credit the balance, he or she will be required to post bond
and furnish an acceptable surety thereon. Thee down
n payment,, IN
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creditt orr acceptablee surety,, mustt bee produced
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T THE
E TIME
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F THE
E SALE. Said bond and/or
letter of credit shall be for the unpaid purchase price and bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%)
per annum from the date of sale until paid.
(B) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all taxes or assessments upon the property for the
current tax year, 2010 and thereafter. The Master Commissioner will make a good faith effort to obtain
and pay all taxes or assessments upon the property for prior years; however, this can not be guaranteed.
(C) All properties are sold subject to the Judgment and Order of Sale in each case which should be
reviewed carefully PRIOR to purchase.
(D) The Master Commissioner DOES NOT obtain a title search or investigate for further liens on the
properties listed below. **The purchaser is responsible for title searches and/or any additional liens not
named in the Judgment and Order of Sale.
(E) The Master Commissioner does not have access to the properties listed below and therefore makes no
representation or warranty of any kind as to the conditions of these properties.
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SALE
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Flagstar Bank, FSB vs. Mike Johnson, et al. (09-CI-2684) – amount of Judgment: $130,863.65 plus interest
and costs.
268 HUNT ROAD, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Lot 4 of Autumn Acres Subdivision, Section 2, being more particularly described on plat as recorded in
Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 1511, Hardin County Clerk’s Office.
Being the same property conveyed to Mike Johnson and Melissa Johnson, husband and wife, by Deed
from Christopher Sampley and Catherine Sampley, husband and wife, dated December 13, 2007, recorded
January 4, 2008 at 9:41 a.m. in Mortgage Book 1249 Page 46 of the Hardin County Clerk’s Records.
TERMS: 25% DOWN AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF CREDIT OR
ACCEPTABLE SURETY. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 90 DAYS.
SALE
E NO.. 2
First Federal Savings Bank vs. Michael Kean Custom Homes, LLC, et al. (10-CI-1931)-amount of Judgment:
$487,917.62 plus interest and costs.
TUNNELL HILL CHURCH RD AND WEXFORD DR., ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Parcel 1: Being Lots 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 10, 12, 13 and 14 of Wexford Place, Section 1, of record in Plat Cabinet
1, Sheet 4016 in the Office of the Hardin County Clerk.
Parcel 2: Being Lots 15A, 22, and 38 of Wexford Place, Section 2 per Amended Record Plat of Wexford
Plat Lot 15 and record Plat of Wexford Place, Section 2, per same of record in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 4407,
in the Office of the Hardin County Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to Michael Kean Custom Homes, LLC, a Kentucky limited liability
company from The Cascade Group, LLC, a Kentucky limited liability company, by Deed dated December
22, 2008 as recorded in Deed Book 1283 Page 112 in the Office of the Hardin County Clerk.
Being property more commonly located at Tunnel Hill Church Road and Wexford Drive, Elizabethtown,
Kentucky.
SALE
E NO.. 3
South Central Bank of Hardin County, Inc. vs. Jerry R. Corum, Jr., et al. (10-CI-1859)-amount of Judgment:
$71,078.51 plus interest and costs.
1211 MAIN ST., WEST POINT, KY
A certain house and lot of ground located in the Town of West Point, Hardin County, Kentucky. Said lot
beginning at a point at the edge of the right of way of Dixie Highway, in the town of West Point, corner to
E.W. Powell (now John Griffe); thence with the line of E.W. Powell 200 feet to an alley, thence with the
alley in an easterly direction 50 feet to the corner of L.B. Carr (now Chas. Lyons), thence with their line
200 feet to the Dixie Highway, thence with said highway 50 feet to the point of beginning.
Driveway on East side of said property shall be accessible to owners of adjoining property.
Title derived by Jerry R. Corum, Jr. and Angela K. Corum, husband and wife, by Deed dated 8-15-03 of
record in Deed Book 1085 Page 171 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
SALE
E NO.. 4
Tax Ease Lien Investments 1, LLC vs. Donald R. Rhodes, et al. (09-CI-1391)-amount of Judgment:
$2800.00 plus interest and costs.
263 MYERS LANE, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Beginning at an iron pin in the south right of way of Myers Road and common corner of Tract 23 and
Morgan property, thence S 31-11 W 729.8 feet to an iron pin in the common corner of Tract 23, Morgan
and Echler property, thence N 64-25W (erroneously referred to in prior instruments as W 64-25W) 500
feet to a stake, common corner Tract 23 and 24, thence N 52-14-3/4 E 419.09 feet to a stake, thence N 5336E 136.49 feet to a stake, common corner Tract 22-A and 23 and South right of Way of Meyers Road,
thence with said right of way, S82-25E 134.88 feet to a stake, thence N62-58 1⁄2 E 128.30 feet to a stake,
thence N 80-18W 108.17 feet to a point of beginning, containing 5.32 acres, more or less. Being Tract 23,
Section 1, Valley Dale Subdivision.
Also included in this conveyance is a 1982 ELCO 14’ x 70’ Mobile Home VIN 53121012801.
Being the same property conveyed to Donald R. Rhodes and Rebecca C. Rhodes, by deed dated September
18, 1998, of record in Deed Book 910 Page 515 in the Hardin County Clerk’s Office.
SALE
E NO.. 5
Tax Ease Lien Investments 1, LLC vs. James H. Kemp Jr., et al. (09-CI-1395)-amount of Judgment:
$2868.55 plus interest and costs.
379 N. WILSON, RADCLIFF, KY
Being Lot 2A of Kathleen Acres in Radcliff, Hardin County, Kentucky, of record in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet
2541, in the Office of the Hardin County Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to James H. Kemp, Jr., by Deed dated June 26, 2000 of record in Deed
Book 971 Page 533 in the Hardin County Clerk’s Office.
SALE
E NO.. 6
M&T Bank vs. Andreas Figueroa, IV, et al. (09-CI-2326)-amount of Judgment: $139,411.68 plus interest and
costs.
2984 REPUBLIC AVE., RADCLIFF, KY
Being Lot 132 of Whispering Hills Subdivision, Section 6, to Radcliff, Hardin County, Kentucky, per plat
of said subdivision recorded in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 450 in the Office of the Clerk of the Hardin County
Court.
Subject to any and all easements, restriction, conditions and legal highways of record and/or in existence.
Being the same property conveyed from Delnora Rector and Vivian Rector, husband and wife, and Jerry
Laitinen, a single person, to Andras aka Andreas Figueroa and Windys Figueroa, husband and wife, by
virtue of a deed dated 10-28-2005 and recorded on 12-24-2008 at Deed Book 1171 page 629 of the Hardin
County, Kentucky real estate records.
SALE
E NO.. 7
First Federal Savings Bank vs. Olympia Stone, et al. (09-CI-2127) – amount of Judgment: $91,501.76 plus
interest and costs.
113 EAST CURLY COURT, RINEYVILLE, KY
Being Lot 20 of LaVista Estates, Section 1, to Hardin County, Kentucky as per plat of record in Plat
Cabinet 1 Sheet 2726 in the Office of the Hardin County Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to Randall G. Barger and Sherry L. Barger, husband and wife, by Deed
dated November 8, 2005 of record in Deed Book 1173, Page 588 in the Hardin County Clerk’s Office.
SALE
E NO.. 8
CitiMortgage Inc. vs. Daniel R. Painter, et al. (10-CI-545)-amount of Judgment: $137,243.43 plus interest
and costs.
639 STOVALL RD., ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Tract 3: Beginning at a stake on the West side of the County Road (which leads to Highway #62) corner of
Tract 2 of the George Walker property, thence with the line of said Tract 2 N 37-57 W 1240 ft. to a stake in
the line of Tract 1 of the George Walker property, corner of Tract 2, thence with the line of said Tract 1 and
then the line of Tract 5 N 35 3⁄4 E 174 ft. to a stake in the line of said Tract 5, corner of Tract 4 of the
George Walker property, thence with the line of said Tract 4 S 38-55 E 1220 ft to a stake on the West side
of the County Road, corner of said Tract 4, thence with the West side of said County Road S 31 3⁄4 W 200
ft. to the beginning containing 5.0 acres, more or less.
Being the same property conveyed to Daniel R. Painter and Judy Painter, his wife who acquired title, with
rights of survivorship, by virtue of a deed from Ralph E. Walker, single, dated June 3, 1985, filed June 5,
1985, recorded in Deed Book 538, Page 269, County Clerk’s Office, Hardin County, Kentucky.
Subject to all restrictions, conditions and covenants and to all legal highways and easements.
SALE
E NO.. 9
Deutsche Bank National Trust Company vs. Danny Stover, et al. (10-CI-2018) – amount of Judgment:
$62,732.86 plus interest and costs.
1206 WESTERN ST., ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Lot 20, Section 1 of University Estates, to Hardin County, Kentucky, a plat of which is of record in
Plat and Subdivision Book 4, Page 12, and now removed to Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 12-B in the office of the
Clerk of the County Court of Hardin County, Kentucky.
Being the same property conveyed to Danny Stover, no marital status shown who acquired title by virtue
of a deed from Tommy Farmer, Executor of Clinton Eckley aka Clinton Allen George Eckley, Jr., deceased,
dated January 5, 2006, filed January 18, 2006, recorded in Deed Book 1177 Page 687 in the Office of the
Hardin County Court Clerk.
Subject to all restrictions, conditions and covenants and to all legal highways and easements.
SALE NO. 10
US Bank NA as Trustee vs. William S. Fesmire, Jr., et al. (09-CI-192)-amount of Judgment: $129,150.00
plus interest and costs.
105 WREN COURT, VINE GROVE, KY
Being Lot 25, Falcon Hill Subdivision, Section 4 as shown by plat of record in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 965,
in the Hardin County Court Clerk’s Office.
Being the same property conveyed to William S. Fesmire, Jr., married, from Allstate Builders, Inc., by
Deed dated 7-19-2007, recorded 7-30-2007, Deed Book 1234, Page 666, Hardin County Clerk’s Records.
SALE
E NO.. 11
Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. Telly D. Doctor, et al. (09-CI-2418)-amount of Judgment: $132,024.36 plus
interest and costs.
91 BED ROCK LANE, RINEYVILLE, KY
Being Lot 38 of Rockwood Estates, Section 1, located in Hardin County, Kentucky, and being of record in
Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 2555 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Also conveyed with this property is a 2006 Sout Manufactured Home with a serial number of
DSDAL45697AB by virtue of an affidavit of conversion filed August 24, 2006 in Book MC2, Page 563,
Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to Telly D. Doctor and Yvonne T. Doctor, husband and wife, from CMH
of KY, Inc., by Deed dated March 29, 2006 and recorded on May 12, 2006 in Book 1189 Page 461, Office of
the Hardin County Court Clerk.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF
CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS.
SALE
E NO.. 12
CitiMortgage Inc. vs. Ricky Edward Jackson, et al. (10-CI-1984) – amount of Judgment: $45,182.07 plus
interest and costs.
1190 SPORTSMAN LAKE RD., ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Lot 1 of Marr Division to Hardin County, Kentucky, a Plat of which is of record in Plat Cabinet 1
Sheet 1110 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to Ricky Edward Jackson and Frances Roberta Jackson, husband and
wife, from William M. Hawkins and Ruth E. Hawkins, husband and wife, on July 25, 1990 and recorded in
Deed Book 687 Page 493 of the records of the Hardin County Clerk’s Office.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY
FOR THE BALANCE. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE SALE.
SALE
E NO.. 13
Regions Bank vs. 220 Apartments, LLC, et al. (09-CI-1998) – amount of Judgment: $2,340,146.62 plus
interest and costs.
HIGHWAY 220, HARDIN COUNTY, KY
Being Lot 2 (approximately 13.317 acres) as shown on the Amended Record Plat of Meadow Woods Sub’d
of Record Plat of Northwest 220/31W Sub’d recorded on December 20, 2006 in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 4317
in the Office of the Clerk of Hardin County, Kentucky.
Being the same property acquired by 220 Apartments, LLC, a Kentucky limited liability company, by
Deed dated December 21, 2006, of record in Deed Book 1213 Page 290 in the Office of the County Clerk,
Hardin County, Kentucky.
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PAUL MUSSELWHITE
MASTER COMMISSIONER
HARDIN CIRCUIT COURT
270-234-9715
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EDITORIAL
Position of constable
needs to be reviewed
ISSUE: Kentucky’s constables
OUR VIEW: Training,accountablility needed
Earlier this month, Hardin
Countians elected a constable for
each of the county’s eight-magisterial districts. While we have no
reason to question that voters gave
due consideration to each candidate’s qualifications, we wonder
how many residents actually understand the constable’s role.
In Medieval times, constables
helped manage a noble household, royal castle or a fortified
town. In Kentucky, the position
was established by the 1850 state
constitution to carry out minor judicial duties and help small communities maintain civic order.
Today, constables are peace officers with powers of arrest and
law enforcement, similar to those
of sheriffs. They may execute warrants, summonses, subpoenas,
rules and orders of the court in all
criminal, penal and civil cases. To
qualify, a candidate must be 24
years of age, a two-year resident of
the Commonwealth and a oneyear resident of the county and
district to which elected.
The Kentucky Constables Association website states that the
purpose of the Kentucky constable
is “to uphold the law fairly and
firmly: to prevent crime, to pursue
and bring to justice those who
break the law; to keep the peace;
to protect, help and reassure the
community; and to be seen to do
all this with integrity, common
sense and sound judgment.”
Each constable elected Nov. 2
in Hardin County carries a badge
and may carry a weapon. While
most city, county and state police
officers are required to complete
more than 700 hours of basic
training and an additional 40
hours of annual in-service instruction, constables are exempt from
any training requirement. And
HARDIN COUNTY CONSTABLES
ELECTED NOV. 2
District 1 –
District 2 –
District 3 –
District 4 –
Morris
District 5 –
District 6 –
District 7 –
District 8 –
Dennis M. Blair
Brian Bennett
Doug Sprowls
Randell R. “Randy”
OUR READERS WRITE
The future is hopeful
Michael A. Clark Jr.
Sylvester Bennett
Judy Moser Bland
Frank Donehoo
constables are accountable only to
the voters who elected them.
We have a problem with that.
Our constables, as peace officers,
should be held to the same training standard as city, county and
state law enforcement officers.
Also, the state should establish a
system of accountability for constables’ actions and duties.
The KCA has said it hopes
eventually to make a certain
amount of police training mandatory for constables taking office
and the association is developing a
voluntary training program for its
members. Training will focus on
civil processes, juvenile procedures, domestic violence law enforcement response, arrests,
searches, and defensive tactics/
use of force and other law enforcement-related topics.
That’s good. We hope local
constables seek any and all training opportunities that allow them
to serve in a professional manner.
We trust they will perform their
duties with “integrity, common
sense and sound judgment.”
But state lawmakers need to
more clearly define the role of the
constable in modern times, require mandatory training, provide
for greater accountability and ensure constables cooperate with local law enforcement agencies.
The Radcliff City Council
met Nov. 16 to discuss and
vote on an issue of critical importance to the Radcliff community. The issue was whether
we should spend unbudgeted
money on a land-leveling project at the Millpond Business
Park on Joe Prather Highway.
With a split council vote, 3 to 3,
the mayor entered her vote in
support of the motion and it
was passed. We will spend
$475,000 on this endeavor and
leave the next council to reconcile the city budget.
This was the first time the
public heard of this issue,
though it apparently has been
privately discussed among
council members for some
time, which I gather from the
comments of Councilmen Don
Yates, Jerry Brown and Chuck
Angus, respectively, informing
us that much thought and angst
has been put into this decision,
that some Google studies suggest that preparing the land is
the way to attract businesses
and that we have come in second for potential businesses lo-
RE VISED
LET TERS
POLICY
cating here three times.
From apathetic to chastising,
we the people sat and received
lectures from these three councilmen, the most stern of which
came from Councilmen Brown
and Angus, respectively, who
flippantly reminded us that
there is no time like the present
and that we have been asking
for economic development, so
here it is. In addition to the
homily-like discourse from
these councilmen, we also got
to hear from the city’s chief financial officer and the executive director for the foundation
that owns the land. The CFO
told us that it’s just a matter of
priorities, while the executive
director told us what a great
opportunity this is for Radcliff’s future.
I listened to all of the talking
heads and waited patiently for
my turn to voice my opinion
only to discover that we the
people have no opinion worthy of being heard. We the people were not allowed to speak.
After the vote to pass the motion we were told that if we
have any questions we could
fill out a form and they would
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There were two redeeming
factors of this meeting. Three
council members, Stan Holmes, J.J. Duvall and Barbara
Baker, respectively, made us
aware that we do not know
how much of the job can be
done with $475,000, that the
council raised taxes two
months ago to cover a budget
deficit and that it is better to
table the discussion until adequate studies are done. In the
end, all of their efforts failed
and we the people now have a
new impending debt. The other redeeming factor was Councilman-elect Palmer. Refusing
to be disavowed, he rose from
the audience and went to the
microphone to admonish the
council for their resistance to
hearing from the people, and
further requested mayor-elect,
J.J. Duvall, that he consider listening to the people when he
takes office. The future is hopeful.
Howard T. Robinson
Radcliff
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Why we should delay a vote on New START
Y
ou don’t need to be
in the Tea Party to
believe that members of Congress ought to
read and understand bills
before signing them into
law. I think it’s fair to say
that in this month’s elections voters rejected the alternative approach, best articulated by soon-to-be-former House Speaker Nancy
Pelosi in regard to legislation to transform American
health care: “(W)e have to
pass the bill so you can find
out what is in it ...”
Now under consideration by the U.S. Senate is
New START — a consequential strategic nuclear
arms-limitation treaty with
Russia. The Kremlin interprets it as restricting America’s ability to deploy missile defenses. Administration spokesmen say that’s
not correct. To resolve this
confusion, some senators
have asked to review the
headlined: “We Can’t Delay This Treaty.”
On the one hand, sitting
CLIFFORD
senators
are paid to cast
D. MAY
votes, not kick cans down
the road. On the other
hand, again, you probably
negotiating record — the pa- don’t have to be a Tea
per trail left by those who
Party member to think that
participated in the talks.
for departing senators to
The administration has
ratify this treaty would be
been unwilling to provide
like fired executives decidthose documents, in effect
ing on a corporate merger
asking members of the
just before turning in their
Senate to embrace the
keys to the bathroom. A
Pelosi approach: Vote for
treaty establishes internathe treaty first, figure out
tional law and commits a
what it means later.
nation to a solemn obligaDuring his Asia tour last tion. (At least it does for the
week, President Barack
U.S.; for some other naObama said that ratification tions, not so much.)
of New START is his top
It would be appropriate
foreign policy priority and
for senators-elect of both
that he wants to get it done parties to send a letter to
in the lame-duck session of the White House and the
Congress. Secretary of State Senate expressing preferHillary Clinton and Deences. Let me nominate
fense Secretary Robert
Marco Rubio, a Republican
Gates this week had an op- from Florida, Mark Kirk, a
ed in the Washington Post
Republican from Illinois,
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and Joe Manchin, a
Democrat from West
Virginia to lead that effort.
Members of the House
of Representatives don’t
vote on treaties. Nevertheless, those congressmen
most concerned with national security — for example, Armed Services Committee members Buck McKeon, Trent Franks and
Mike Turner — also might
consider sharing their views
on the relevance of the negotiating record and the
benefits of putting off final
deliberations.
Nothing in Washington
is ever simple so let me
mention this complication:
Some members of the Senate who are unenthusiastic
about New START may be
willing to vote for it anyway in the lame duck session. They would do this
because Obama has made
clear that, in exchange, he
will support billions of dol-
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lars for the modernization
of America’s nuclear weapons. They reason that
Obama is unlikely to fund
and deploy a comprehensive missile defense system
no matter what treaties are
or are not ratified. If approving New START
means losing nothing not
already lost, while achieving a goal that could not
otherwise be achieved on
the offensive side, that’s not
a bad tradeoff.
The counter to that? The
2010 elections changed the
political landscape. Voters,
led by the Tea Party, made
clear that their elected leaders will listen to them or
pay a price. Most Americans want both a reliable
and modern weapons arsenal, and defenses against
any missiles that might be
launched. Right now, we
don’t have either.
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arms race and counter all
imaginable missile threats.
What we do not have are
political leaders who agree
that, in the 21st century, the
best way to promote peace
is not for Americans to
leave themselves vulnerable — the Cold War doctrine known as Mutually
Assured Destruction — but
for Americans to use scientific prowess to render useless the weapons of those
hostile to us.
This is a debate in which
the Tea Party should participate. A modest suggestion:
Jim DeMint is the senator
and Michele Bachmann the
representative whom Tea
Party members most admire. They should invite
the Tea Party to this party.
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OP-ED
In defense of TSA workers,
who must look at our bodies
J
ust in time for the Thanksgiving
travel crunch, new security
measures at airports have
caused officials to raise the color-coded passenger irritability threat
advisory. You need to be alert to
this if you are planning to fly.
Not to be confused with the better known security threat advisories,
the passenger irritability advisory
had been pink (flushed cheeks) but
is now red and white (red face with
steam coming out of the ears).
While the latest alert is not yet
black (nimbus cloud with lightning
over passenger’s head), it is in
everybody’s interests that the alert
slides down the scale to lavender
(cute smile and teddy bear in carryon).
So as a public service today, I
have volunteered to clear up some
public misconceptions for the good
folks at the Transportation Security
Administration, who could do it
themselves if they were not so busy
inspecting the grand pianos that passengers hope to fit in the overhead
bins.
As the Associated Press reports,
“Annoyance at security hassles has
been on the rise among airline
crews and passengers for years, but
the widespread use of full-body image detectors this year and the simultaneous introduction of more intrusive pat-downs seems to have
ramped up the frustration.”
A software engineer named John
Tyner fed the fire of public discontent when he wrote in his blog that
he had been ejected from the San
Diego airport. He said he had been
threatened with a fine and lawsuit
for refusing a groin check after turning down a full-body scan. He said
he told a TSA worker, “If you touch
my junk, I’m gonna have you arrested.”
REG
HENRY
As well as providing what we can
agree is the best quote of the year,
this incident illustrates the problem.
Some people just come to the airport with a my-junk-is-superior-tothine attitude.
Mr. Tyner, the TSA workers do
not want to touch your junk. They
are doing their duty. That is all.
Nobody would be interested in
touching your junk if it were not for
the terrorist who tried to blow up
his underpants and the plane they
were flying in. The threat from foreign underpants is real.
The same goes for the official
who must sit in a separate location
and view the images from the body
scan machines. What a horrible job.
This being America, acres and acres
of fatty flesh pass by, putting the
viewer off cupcakes for the rest of
the shift.
If a hot body should appear, the
government’s no-fun policy ruins
the moment, because heads are
blurred on the screen. And if a supervisor does hear laughter or hubba-hubba sounds coming from the
viewing booth, the operator is put in
charge of shoe inspection.
What we have with this controversy is hyper-modesty in bed, so to
speak, with the American penchant
for mistrust of government. It is the
Tea Party ethic clothed in the long
frocks and high-buttoned collars of
Victorian prudery. This is all very
well and good, but think of the poor
TSA workers. It’s not all about you
and your too-wonderful-for-official-
inspection body.
As for me, I don’t care if some
unfortunate TSA worker wants to
look at my body in the interests of
national security. They do not pay
that person enough. All I ask is that
he or she keeps the giggling to a
minimum and doesn’t put me in a
calendar.
You see, I believe the body is a
temple, not a source of shame to be
hidden away at all times. Admittedly, in my case, it is a temple to the
veneration of beer and sandwiches,
but the principle holds.
Do people who object to these
full-body scans ever go to the doctor? If Mr. Tyner gets a pain in the
groin area, does he accuse the doctor of planning a sexual assault for
trying to put a glove upon the affected area? I bet he doesn’t, because
he knows full well that if left untreated, the condition could require
a junk-ectomy.
Yes, and in the same way, hands
must search and screens must be
observed in case the plane blows
up. The rule of reason, not modesty,
must prevail.
Much of what goes on in security
screening is, of course, ridiculous.
Yes, a certain amount of random
searching of grandmas goes on, but
those grandmas can be tough. I
think only flight crews have a good
case to be excused from screening —
if they can be trusted to operate the
plane, they can be trusted not to
smuggle water onto the plane.
What is needed for flying is a
sense of humor and a recognition
that the TSA did not cause the
problem. Osama bin Laden should
be the one worried about his junk.
Reg Henry is a columnist for the
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. His e-mail address
is [email protected] Distributed
by Scripps Howard News Service.
Be a smart shopper this season
T
hat time of year is
now upon us, holiday shopping.
Smart shoppers may be
able to snap up bargains
before, after and on Black
Friday — the day after
Thanksgiving that traditionally is one of the
biggest shopping days of
the year — and on Cyber
Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the
year.
While there are a lot of
great deals and sales are
out there, it can be very
overwhelming. BBB has
some tips to make holiday
shopping easier.
■ Start with setting a
budget and keep it. Know
who you need to buy for
and what gifts you have in
mind, which will keep you
from impulse shopping.
■ Compare prices.
Shoppers should be wary
of exaggerated claims of
discounts whether shopping online, in a mall or at
a free-standing store. Be
sure to shop around to
compare prices, matching
descriptions or model
numbers of items you
want to buy.
■ Check return or exchange policies before you
buy. Every store is different and so are their policies.
■ Keep all receipts and
tags in case the recipient
needs to return or exchange an item. Many
stores will provide gift re-
CATHY
WILLIAMSON
ceipts upon request.
■ Be mindful of your
personal belongings.
Don’t carry so many items
that you lose track of your
purse or wallet. Theft can
be very active this time of
year, so be careful and ask
a security guard to help
carry items to your car if
needed.
■ If shopping online or
through a catalog, allow
for plenty of time for shipping. Find out delivery
times, charges, and return
policies. Keep all receipts
or any record of purchase
and payment and don’t
forget you can check the
company’s reliability report with BBB at
www.bbb.org.
While online shopping
can be a way to avoid
crowded stores, shoppers
need to be careful of the
sites they patronize. When
shopping online, be sure
to:
■ Check the website’s
security settings and read
the company’s policy on
sharing information with
other sites. If the site is secure, its address should
start with https://. You
also may see a picture of a
small closed lock in the
lower right hand corner of
the screen.
■ Know the company’s
refund and return policies
before ordering. Are there
restocking fees? Do you
have to pay shipping costs
on returns?
■ Do not rely on pictures of a product. Read
the description and check
model numbers, if applicable.
■ Be cautious of free or
very-low-price offers.
Often, free offers are followed by an open-ended
enrollment in a program
that automatically bills
your credit card account.
Before ordering anything
online, make sure you
click on and read all terms
and conditions.
■ Pay with a credit
card whenever possible so
you can challenge the
charge in the event of a
dispute.
■ Obtain a tracking
number for shipments. If
you need the product before the holidays, find out
when the seller intends to
ship it and if possible,
how it will be shipped.
■ Toy safety also has
become a concern for
many parents. Make sure
any toys you buy are appropriate for the age of
the child. If possible, inspect toys carefully to look
for sharp edges that may
cut, moving parts that can
pinch or small, removable
pieces that can be a choking hazard. Toy chests
should have air holes, and
fabric products should be
flame-resistant. Check for
a UL (Underwriters
Laboratories) seal on electric toys.
Research any company
carefully before doing
business with it. Check
out BBB Reliability Reports online at www.
bbb.org or call 1-800-3882222.
Cathy Williamson is manager
of the Lincoln Trail Branch
of the Better Business Bureau.
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
An urgent
need for
foster parents
N
ovember is National Adoption
Month, a time
set aside each year to
raise awareness about
adopting children and
youth from foster care.
This is also an ideal
time to highlight the
tremendous efforts put
forth to improve the
lives of children in foster care and to stress
the growing need for
quality foster parents in
our community.
More than 6,800
children in Kentucky
are in foster care.
The reasons why
vary.
■ Some biological
parents aren’t able to
give appropriate physical and emotional care
or supervision.
■ Some parents and
some children can’t
control their behaviors.
■ Some families
have temporary crises,
such as health problems or loss of income
and housing.
■ Some parents
have serious parenting
problems because of
drug abuse, mental illness or other conditions.
■ Some parents voluntarily place their children for adoption.
The reason why isn’t
as important as the fact
that children and youth
— particularly teens —
need safe, nurturing
homes where they can
get their feet under
themselves and begin
to heal and grow.
Research has shown
JERIANNE
STRANGE
that a safe, nurturing
home can help repair
the damage caused to
children and youth because of abuse and neglect, helping them to go
on to lead normal lives.
The shortage of foster parents in our community makes it a challenge to find homes for
our kids in the area.
When there is no local
home available, the
child often has to leave
the community in order to be placed in a
safe environment elsewhere. So not only do
our kids have to deal
with having been removed from their biological family, he or
she also had to adapt to
being away from their
known school, friends
and other support
groups.
Please consider becoming a foster parent.
You don’t have to be
married, rich or perfect. You just need to
be willing to parent a
child in need.
Help us help the
children of Hardin and
LaRue counties today,
which helps us have a
better future tomorrow.
Jerianne Strange is a
regional trainer at New
Beginnings Family Services
in Elizabethtown.
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DEAR ABBY
Naming former spouses in
obituary sets record straight
Dear Abby: “Surviving
Son in California,” Sept.
20, sought your advice regarding proper protocol in
mentioning all surviving
relatives when parents
had been divorced. You
said, “After a couple divorces and one of them
dies, the name of the former spouse is usually not
mentioned in the obituary.” I think your response needs a little
tweaking.
My siblings and I faced
this same scenario after
my father passed away.
My parents divorced
when I was in grade
school, and each parent
had remarried by my
freshman year in high
school. Although their divorce was painful, they remained on friendly terms
throughout their lives. I
was adamant that my biological mother be listed in
my father’s obituary for
two reasons: First, the
obituary serves as a historical document. Second, I
did not want people reading the obituary to think
my siblings and I were
children from my father’s
second marriage.
An obituary should
serve as a historical account of our loved one’s
life — not a battlefield. —
Leslie in Port Angeles,
Wash.
■ Dear Leslie: Thank
you for pointing out your
valid reasons for including
former spouses in an obituary. Allow me to share a
few more. Read on:
MATTER OF PREFERENCE.
Dear Abby: I’ve worked
in newspapers on the East
Coast for the past 11
years, and I can tell you
that mentioning a divorced spouse’s name is
totally a matter of individual and family preference.
NEWS
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
Neighbors
ORG ANIZATIONS
JEANNIE
PHILLIPS
Garden Club of Elizabethtown
has November meeting
It is becoming more common to see “So- and-so”
was the former wife and
good friend of “the deceased,” which is a nice
development. It is the
right of the surviving family to decide the contents
of the obituary. Because
some people even include
pets among survivors, you
would think an ex-spouse
would receive the same
consideration. — Name
Withheld in Connecticut
RESEARCH. Dear Abby:
Genealogy researchers often use obituaries to find
the parents or children of
families. Here in Iowa, it
is common for the obituary to show that a couple
married, had children and
were divorced. I understand how some children
might decide to omit a
parent if the divorce was
not a friendly one. I was
left out of my first husband’s obituary, but I got
over it. — Two Sides to a
Story
ACKNOWLEDGMENT. Dear
Abby: Here in the South,
an ex-spouse is often listed
this way: “Jane Doe of
Memphis, Tenn., is the
mother of his children.”
The primary reason is so
the children feel their surviving parent, and the
years their parents spent
together, are acknowledged. — Nancy in Conway, Ark.
Dear Abby is written by
Abigail Van Buren, also known
as Jeanne Phillips, and was
founded by her mother,
Pauline Phillips. Write Dear
Abby at www.DearAbby.com
or P.O. Box 69440, Los
Angeles, CA 90069. Universal
Press Syndicate.
Tobe Beard-Poynter, owner of Mulberry Florist,
spoke at the Nov. 4 meeting of the Garden Club of
Elizabethtown, at the Brown-Pusey House. Her topic
was holiday decorating. She said that during these frugal
economic times, reworking and recycling design materials is stressed. Poynter answered many questions, and
entertained more than 30 members and guests with her
creativity and inside tips about floral decoration.
The Elizabethtown Garden Club will host a Christmas luncheon at noon, Dec. 2 at the Brown-Pusey House
in Elizabethtown. A catered lunch will be served by Ron
Sawyer to members and guests. An ensemble of the
Heartland Fillies, a local ladies’ barbershop chorus, will
entertain with Christmas carols.
Contact Ann at 737-2048 for reservation cost and furTobe Beard-Poynter, owner of Mulberry Florist, and Bev Rose,
ther information.
program chairwoman.
Greenspace Hike
energetic and
informative
David Lutz, geologist
from Lexington, led almost 50 people around the
Buffalo Lake Greenspace
Trail in Elizabethtown on
Nov. 14. The moderatelevel, fast-paced hike was
enhanced with geologic information about the rock
strata on the North Side of
the trail.
Hikers were greeted at
the conclusion with treats
provided by Judy Lay and
Martin Noel, Greenspace
Board members. Tiffany
McFalls, another Greenspace board member, provided additional information to participating ECTC
geology student hikers.
There will be one more
Greenspace event for this
year. It will be a “Winter
Wonderland Walk” on the
John Helm Trail conducted by Judy Lay. This easy
walk will be at 2 p.m., Dec.
5 and should last about
Greenspace geology hikers gather to hike the Buffalo Lake Trail.
one hour. Participants are
to meet at the Trail Head
at the Helmwood, Roses,
Shopping Plaza. The event
is free and open to the
public.
For information, call
Judy Lay at (859) 2247261.
Doug Gebler and Bob
Cunigan hold a map as Dave
Lutz describes the geologic
areas of Kentucky.
MILITARY
’TWEEN 12 & 20
Teen seeks solution
to rift with friend
Dr. Wallace: My best
friend and I are upset with
each other. We are not
talking because she said I
was spending too much
time with my boyfriend
and almost ignoring her. I
want this “rift” to end the
sooner the better. And I
don’t want this disagreement to ever happen
again. Can you help me?
— Nameless, Ontario,
Calif.
■ Nameless: It can be
healthy for friends to express anger just as long as
there’s a speedy resolution. According to Community Psychiatric Centers in Santa Ana, Calif.,
the following “Fix It” Strategies should get your best
friend and you back together:
■ Act sooner, not later.
The longer you wait, the
more bitter you may feel
toward each other, and
the harder it will be to
make up.
■ Be willing to be the
icebreaker. You’d make
up with her in a minute —
if she would just ask you
to. But maybe she feels
the same way. Somebody’s got to be willing to
swallow her pride and
make the first move toward reconciliation.
■ Establish some
ground rules. Like where
to meet, who goes first,
etc. The goal is that by
practicing negotiations on
smaller issues, you’ll go on
to settle the larger ones.
■ Hear each other out.
Let your friend state her
case without any interruptions by you or others.
■ Avoid placing blame.
“It’s your fault.” Such
statements only put the
other person on the defensive, and she will strike
back. Try using “When
you ... I feel” statements
instead: “When you
ROBERT
WALLACE
promised to go to the
movies with me and then
ended up going out with
your boyfriend, I felt rejected.” See how much
less threatening that
sounds?
■ Focus on problems,
not personalities. Rule out
remarks like, “You always
get your way because
you’re spoiled,” or “You’re
just jealous of me because
I scored better on the
math test than you did.”
■ When you feel hysterical, don’t get historical.
“This is just like the time
last year when you ...”
Wait a second. If you’re so
upset that you’re ready to
rattle off a list of everything your friend has ever
done wrong, you’re way
too angry to settle things.
Take time out, cool down,
and then go back to the issue at hand and stick to it.
■ Recall happy times.
When disagreements between friends pop up, it
helps to remind one another of fun times you had
together in the past. The
message is that there can
be more good times in the
future — you just have to
work at bringing back the
old, close feelings.
■ Bite your tongue.
There are some things
that should never be said,
even in the heat of an argument, because they inflict lasting pain. You cannot take such words back.
Insisting afterward that
you really didn’t mean it
won’t undo the damage.
Write to Dr. Robert Wallace
at P.O. Box 120190, San Diego,
CA 92112. Copley News
Service.
MOAA has
October meeting
The Fort Knox Chapter
of the Military Officers
Association of America,
MOAA, held its monthly
meeting Oct. 20 at the
MOAA Clubhouse on
Fort Knox. Following a
meal, the chapter installed
its new board members.
The installation was
hosted and conducted by
Retired Major Gen. John
Tindall, also a Fort Knox
MOAA member. Following congratulatory words,
he installed the following
officers: Retired Lt. Col.
Lawrence Herzog, president; Retired Chief Warrant Officer 4 Siegmund
Reinach, first vice president; Retired Lt. Col.
Jennings Furlough, second
vice president; Retired Lt.
Col. Albert March, secretary; and Retired Lt. Col.
George Bennett, treasurer;
and Directors Retired Lt.
Col. Robert Kilmer, Retired Maj. Mark Kelly,
Retired Col. William Betson, Patricia Nuccitelli,
Josette Roush and Lahoma
Baymor.
The October guest
speaker was Roger Stradley, the operations officer
and one of the founders of
USA Cares. USA Cares
uses the motto, “A Hand
Up, Not a Hand Out” and
its mission is to support
military families in need in
all services. He briefed
that since USA Cares’ was
founded in 2003, it has assisted nearly 25,000 clients
Maj. Gen. John Tindall installed the Fort Knox MOAA Board, Josette Roush, seated left, Major
Gen. Tindall, Lt. Col. Albert March, Lahoma Baymor, Maj. Mark Kelly, Patricia Nuccitelli, Lt. Col
Jennings Furlough, Chief Warrant Officer 4 Siegmund Reinach and Lt. Col. Lawrence Herzog.
using more than $7.3 million dollars. These funds
are used to help pay utilities, stop home foreclosures, provide necessities
and perform other assistance as needed and now
is supporting the Wounded Warrior Project. He distributed a fact sheet that
showed significant support
to all 50 states. He further
confirmed that the Radcliff
based charity has been offered a new building free if
they can get two acres of
land for construction. A
donor has stepped forward
with land on Veterans
Highway that is the extension of North Logsdon
Parkway. At the conclusion of his briefing, the
chapter presented him
with a check for $1,000 to
support its efforts.
The chapter’s next regular meeting is at 6 p.m.
Host Lt. Col. Jinx Furlough presents USA Cares’ Roger
Stradley with a check for $1,000 to support its efforts.
Nov. 17 in Building 297 at
Fort Knox. MOAA always
is looking for new members who support troops in
need, award student scholarships and provide service to others. Membership
is open to officers and former officers of all services.
For information, contact Larry Herzog at 3516433 or call the chapter office at (502) 624-4090.
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GETTING IT TO US
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T H U R S D AY, N O V E M B E R 1 8 , 2 0 1 0
B U S I N E S S & A G R I C U LT U R E
From ex-Facebooker, a
new ‘Path’ to sharing
The Associated Press
NEW YORK — A new service
aims to help you share the hundreds of photos you take with your
camera phone with the people you
trust the most — be it of moments
as forgettable as a late-night McRib
sandwich or as memorable as a
new engagement ring.
Path, as it’s called, comes from
Dave Morin, who played a crucial
role in developing Facebook before he left the company in
January. Unlike Facebook, which
encourages people to expand their
circles of contacts, Path is focused
on sharing with just your closest
friends — and, for now, just photos.
Launched Monday, Path is a
free iPhone app that lets you share
photos taken with the phone with
up to 50 people. Versions for other
phones are coming.
Though there are other sites that
let you share photos, Path sets itself
apart by keeping things simple and
only between friends. To start, Path
will ask you to set up an account
using your e-mail address and
phone number, the latter so that
people who have it can find you on
the service.
Once you’re set, tapping a
green camera icon on the bottom
of your iPhone screen will bring up
the gadget’s camera function, so
you can snap your picture. Rather
than adding a caption, you can add
three types of tags — people, places
or things. If you tag a person, Path
will give you the option of sharing
the photo with just that person.
Otherwise, you’re sharing it with
all the people you’ve preselected.
Sharing on Path is asymmetrical, so in that sense it’s more like
Twitter than Facebook. Just because you’re sharing with someone
it doesn’t mean that person has to
share with you.
Tagging things can be as whimsical or as boring as you want it to
be. Tag your socks, your morning
AP Medical Writer
CHICAGO — An experimental
drug boosted good cholesterol so
high and dropped bad cholesterol
so low in a study that doctors were
stunned and voiced renewed hopes
for an entirely new way of preventing heart attacks and strokes.
“We are the most excited we
R E TA I L
Target predicts
happier holiday
shopping season
Target Corp. is projecting a merry holiday as the
discounter counts on a 5
percent discount for its
credit and debit card customers and its storewide remodeling
The upbeat report
comes as Target reported a
22.6 percent increase in
third-quarter net income,
MARKET WATCH
W E D N E S D AY
STOCKS END MIXED AFTER FOUR DAYS OF LOSSES. Stocks
ended mixed Wednesday as concerns that Ireland will
need outside help to repay its debts were coupled with a
steep drop in housing construction in the U.S.
Global stock markets have been rattled over the past
week out of fear that Ireland will become the next
European country to need a bailout. Greece was rescued in
May after it became unable to contain runaway spending
and lost the confidence of investors. Ireland is now struggling after a collapse in its housing market forced the country to take over three large banks.
Local stocks
cup of coffee, your pet hamster.
And you can tag places, such as the
restaurant you’re sitting in or the
office building you enter.
Morin, 30, who says he’s a big
believer in the mobile market, noticed that people have a lot of photos on their phones that they don’t
do anything with. Have a phone
long enough, and it’s a unique insight into your life. Not a lot of people do anything with these photos,
he says, so creating a platform to
share them made sense.
Path’s founders picked 50 as the
highest number of people you can
share with because they wanted to
create a “personal network” that’s
of a higher quality than the hodgepodge of co-workers, schoolmates
and acquaintances that people
have collected on Facebook and
other social hubs over the years.
Napster creator Shawn Fanning
is among Path’s other co-founders.
have been in decades,” said Dr.
Christopher Cannon of Brigham
and Women’s Hospital in Boston,
who led the study of the novel drug
for Merck & Co. “This could really
be the next big thing.”
The drug, anacetrapib, will not
be on the market anytime soon. It
needs more testing to see if its dramatic effects on cholesterol will
translate into fewer heart attacks,
strokes and deaths. Merck announced a 30,000-patient study to
answer that question, and it will
take several years.
But the sheer magnitude of the
new medicine’s effects so far excited lots of doctors at an American
Heart Association conference in
Chicago, where results were presented Wednesday.
How stocks of local and statewide interest fared Wednesday, as compiled by
The Wright Legacy Group.
Company
Price Change
Volume
52wkL-H
Cardinal Health (CAH)
34.47 +0.06
1,442,114
29.69-36.66
Churchill Downs (CHDN)
37.16
-0.13
7,403
30.33-40.92
Corning Inc. (GLW)
17.44
-0.01 17,744,910
15.45-21.10
Dow Chemical (DOW)
30.56
0
5,643,054
22.42-32.97
First Fncl Svcs Corp.(FFKY) 4.04 +0.11
16,336
3.75-10.25
Ford Motor Co. (F)
16.68 +0.17 126,043,471
8.40-17.42
General Electric (GE)
15.81
-0.05 35,975,116
13.75-19.70
Humana Inc. (HUM)
58.05 +0.49
1,031,605
39.76-61.33
Lexmark (LXK)
36.25 +0.09
1,816,282
24.46-48.07
Papa Johns (PZZA)
25.54
-0.01
94,200
21.44-28.84
PNC Fin. Svcs (PNC)
55.4
-0.21
3,830,451
49.43-70.45
United Parcel Service (UPS) 67.24
-0.27
2,554,438
55.77-70.89
Verizon Comms (VZ)
32.34 +0.15 13,161,630
25.99-34.13
Wal-Mart Stores (WMT)
53.77
-0.49 14,460,580
47.77-56.27
Yum! Brands (YUM)
49.64 +0.36
5,366,320
32.49-52.47
BJ’s Wholesale Club Inc, rose
$1.37 to $47.54. Shares hit
their highest point in nine
years after the warehouse
club, confident about strong
holiday sales, raised its guidance for the year.
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc. rose 79
cents to $11.18. J.P. Morgan
raised its in-vestment rating on
the auto parts maker because
of its growing backlog and
expected savings on labor.
Barnes & Noble Inc. rose 45
cents to $14.86. Shares
bounced after shareholders
backed a “poison pill” limiting
stakes to 20 percent to guard
the stock from billionaire
investor Ron Burkle.
Chico’s FAS Inc. rose $1.06
to $11.13. The retailer’s thirdquarter profit beat Wall Street
expectations, and the CEO
said “positive momentum”
had continued into November.
payment history. They can raise interest rates and charge excessive
fees. Plus, there is no regulatory
limit on interest rates for private
student loans. And if your credit
rating slides enough, your rates can
be raised just like in the bad old
days of credit card universal default. You don’t want to mess with
these bad boys because they’re
protected by rules that make them
virtually nondischargeable in bankruptcy; they have onerous collection options — such as taking your
tax refunds or Social Security payments, or voiding your license to
practice in some professions.
It’s a good idea to consolidate
your current loans into one fixedrate loan with a monthly payment
that you feel you can afford.
However, beware of extending
your loan for too many years. A
consolidation loan product payable
over 25 years, even with a low interest rate, will probably cost you a
bundle in interest charges, though
it may help you avoid a default.
Tell one of your current lenders
you are interested in a fixed-rate
loan and the loan amount you
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DEBT ADVISER
■ Dear Debt Adviser: Student
loan rates for borrowing are at an
all-time low. Is there a company
that will refinance student loan
debt at a fixed rate? We have not
missed a payment in three years,
but I’m fearful that future rate
bumps will send the interest
through the roof. — Jane
■ Dear Jane: Consolidating student loan debt was common before the 2008 financial crisis. Since
then, we have been in a tight credit
market with fewer options for consolidating. However, things are beginning to loosen up — especially
for those with excellent to good
credit ratings.
You’re wise to make sure you’re
not in danger of defaulting on your
student loan. Because you have a
variable rate, you more than likely
have private student loans as opposed to federal loans. However, if
you have an older variable-rate
federal loan, you can consolidate
and lock in a fixed rate. To find out
more, contact the Federal Direct
Consolidation Loans center at
(800) 557-7392. The center’s website has more information and a
calculator to help you find out how
much you’ll pay each month if you
consolidate.
Private loans are fussy. Lenders
can make staggering changes to
your loan agreement if they consider you in default, for reasons
that don’t have to be tied to your
helped by improvements in
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would need to consolidate. Next,
find out what options you have
with your bank or credit union. If
you can, consolidate into something other than a student loan — at
a comparable interest rate and reasonable payment level. Be sure to
comparison shop for the best deal
with the best terms, as they may
vary a lot. If your credit is less than
stellar or you have what is called a
thin file — one with little data, making it hard to score — take some
time to improve it. This will help
you qualify for the best options
down the road. It is hoped that the
credit market will loosen up some
more and you can get those loans
consolidated in the very near future.
I have one last suggestion: Look
into paying off the loans as quickly
as possible rather than stretching
out your payments and your risk
from carrying all that debt. I’m
concerned about the lenders’ unwarranted, unfair protections if
anything causes you to default, like
losing your job or becoming disabled. The same concerns apply if
you have a co-signer on the account — and if you die, the co-signer still has to pay the bill.
Steve Bucci is author of “Credit Repair
Kit for Dummies coauthor of Managing
Your Money All-In-One for Dummies”
and a personal finance coach. If you
have a question for Steve, e-mail
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GRAIN REPORT
Opening bids for Thursday Nov. 18, by elevators/mills to farmers:
U.S. No. 2
U.S. No. 2
Trend:
Louisville
Pennyrile
Yellow
White
Corn
Corn
Down 1-Up 5 Down 2
5.12
5.20-5.26
Purchase
Central Bluegrass
Cumberland Lake
Mammoth Cave
Lincoln Trail
5.20
4.40-5.11
4.15
5.20-5.31
4.75-5.30
Trend:
Mammoth Cave
U.S. No. 2
Oats
Extra Heavy
Steady
3.00
Yellow
Soybeans
Down 5-15
11.97
5.40
(Milling Quality)
11.95
10.70-11.64
10.91
11.65-11.80
11.40
U.S. No. 2
Soft
Red Winter
Wheat
Up 7-14
6.32
11.80
5.96
——
5.87
——
5.63-5.77
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U.S. No. 2
Feed
Barley
Steady
3.50
Opening contract prices for January delivery:
U.S. No. 2 U.S. No. 1
Yellow
Yellow
Corn
Soybeans
Louisville
5.20
12.05
Pennyrile
5.24-5.34 11.92-12.20
(Milling Quality)
Purchase
5.31
12.09
Central Bluegrass
5.11
11.96
Mammoth Cave
5.29-5.39 11.85-12.00
Pennyrile
Mammoth Cave
U.S. No. 1
U.S. No. 2 Soft
Red Winter
Wheat
6.51
6.22
6.23
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——
6.16
U.S. No 2 U.S. No 2
White Corn Feed Barley
5.54
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Source: USDA-Kentucky Department of Agriculture Market News, Louisville
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THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE
NEWS
BELLS: ‘This is our
major fundraiser
for the year’
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
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in band graduated in 1993
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The red kettles for the Salvation Army Kettle Program will be
set up around the county on Saturday and bell ringers begin
ringing on Monday.
ens and Roses.
Inmon said she is confident the goal can be
achieved.
“I know that we can do
that,’’ she said. “There is
such a willing and giving
spirit in this community
that it can be done.’’
Inmon said individuals,
church groups and civic organizations have already
come forward to man the
kettles.
“This is our major fundraiser for the year,’’ she
said. “The money here goes
a long way.’’
Inmon also said Friday is
the last day to sign up for
the Salvation Army Christmas Angel Tree program
for those needing help.
Jeff D’Alessio can be
reached at (270) 505-1757
MASTER
R COMMISSIONER
R SALES
To comply with the orders of the Hardin Circuit Court, the Commissioner will sell the property described
in the following actions on Thursday, DECEMBER
R 2,, 2010 at the hour of 10:00 a.m. at the Hardin
County Justice Center, 120 East Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Said property shall be sold to raise
the amounts hereinafter set forth, together with interest and the costs of the action, and upon the
following terms and conditions;
(A) AT THE TIME OF SALE, the successful bidder shall either pay cash or make a deposit of 10% of the
purchase price with the balance on a credit of thirty (30) days UNLESS otherwise provided below. In the
event the successful bidder desires or elects to credit the balance, he or she will be required to post bond
and furnish an acceptable surety thereon. Thee down
n payment,, IN
N ADDITION
N to
o eitherr a letterr off
creditt orr acceptablee surety,, mustt bee produced
d AT
T THE
E TIME
E OF
F THE
E SALE. Said bond and/or
letter of credit shall be for the unpaid purchase price and bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%)
per annum from the date of sale until paid.
(B) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all taxes or assessments upon the property for the
current tax year, 2010 and thereafter. The Master Commissioner will make a good faith effort to obtain
and pay all taxes or assessments upon the property for prior years; however, this can not be guaranteed.
(C) All properties are sold subject to the Judgment and Order of Sale in each case which should be
reviewed carefully PRIOR to purchase.
(D) The Master Commissioner DOES NOT obtain a title search or investigate for further liens on the
properties listed below. **The purchaser is responsible for title searches and/or any additional liens not
named in the Judgment and Order of Sale.
(E) The Master Commissioner does not have access to the properties listed below and therefore makes no
representation or warranty of any kind as to the conditions of these properties.
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SALE
E NO.. 1
Wells Fargo Bank NA vs. Richard T. Downey, et al. (09-CI-681)-amount of Judgment: $124,789.37 plus
interest and costs.
519 POPLAR TRACE, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Lot 30, Section 3, Poplar Flats Subdivision, to Hardin County, Kentucky, per plat of said
subdivision of record in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 1999, in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to Richard T. Downey and Lisa K. Downey, husband and wife, from
Thomas Lee Miller, an unmarried person, by Deed dated July 26, 2001 and recorded in Deed Book 1004
Page 662 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF
CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS.
SALE
E NO.. 2
Wells Fargo Bank , NA vs. Scott P. McGowen, et al. (09-CI-1847)-amount of Judgment: $274,985.24 plus
interest and costs.
23 BROOKSIDE COURT, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Lot 73 of Beckley Woods Subdivision as shown on plat of some of record in Plat Cabinet 1 Sheet
4092, Office of the Clerk of Hardin County Court.
Subject to Restrictions recorded in Deed Book 1182 Page 168 in the Hardin County Clerk’s Office. Said
property contains .712 acres.
Being the same property conveyed to Scott P. McGowen and Jennifer S. McGowen, husband and wife,
from PCI Builders, LLC by Deed dated June 29, 2007, and filed for record on July 3, 2007 in Deed Book
1232 Page 254 in the Hardin County Court Clerk’s Office.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF
CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS.
SALE
E NO.. 3
Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. Robert J. Haworth, et al. (09-CI-1264)-amount of Judgment: $91,145.30 plus
interest and costs.
473 NORTH WALNUT STREET, UPTON, KY
Beginning at an iron pin in the West right of way line of US 31-W and corner to Randall Ward; Deed Book
700 Page 400; thence with the line of Randall Ward North 83 degrees 27’ 00” West 164.3 feet to a wood
fence post; thence with a new division line with in Phillip Lamb, Deed Book 610, Page 369, North 5
degrees 53’ 40” East 15434 feet to a wood fence post; thence South 77 degrees 57’ 20 East 162.4 feet to an
iron pin in the West line of US 31-W thence with the West line of US 31-W and the West line of a concrete
sidewalk South 6 degrees 05’ 30” W 62.7 feet; thence South 3 degrees 36’ 00” West 76.2 feet to the point of
beginning and containing 0.545 acres as per survey by C.E. Pence, KY RLS 2032 and dated December 21,
1992 A.D.
Said property was conveyed to Robert J. Haworth and Amy L. Haworth, husband and wife, by Brian Bell
and Sarah Bell, husband and wife, on June 30, 2004, by a deed recorded on July 1, 2004 in Deed Book
1120 Page 286.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY
FOR THE BALANCE. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE SALE.
SALE
E NO.. 4
Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. vs. Sandra H. Potts, et al. (08-CI-702)-amount of Judgment: $158,937.96
plus interest and costs.
203 GENROSE DRIVE, RINEVYILLE, KY
Land Situated in the County of Hardin, State of Kentucky is described as follows:
Being all of Lot 15A of Osborne Trace Estate, Section III, as shown on amended plat of same of record in
Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 2938 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to Dale R. Potts and Sandra H. Potts, husband and wife, by Deed dated
July 2, 2001 and recorded July 6, 2001 in Deed Book 1002 Page 592 in the Hardin County Clerk’s Office.
Being the same property further conveyed to Sandra H. Potts, unmarried, from Dale R. Potts, unmarried,
by deed dated march 14, 2003 and recorded May 20, 2003 in Deed Book 1074, Page 433 in the Hardin
County Clerk’s Office.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY
FOR THE BALANCE. BALANCE IS DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE SALE.
SALE
E NO.. 5
Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. William Morell, et al. (10-CI-0002)-amount of Judgment: $274,685.79 plus
interest and costs.
117-123 WEST DIXIE, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Lot 19B of Amended Plat for City of Elizabethtown Lot 19 of record in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 2207, in
the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to William Morrell, no marital status given, from Fitz & Company, Inc.,
by Deed dated October 26, 2006 and recorded in Deed Book 1207 Page 532 in the Office of the Hardin
County Court Clerk.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY
FOR THE BALANCE. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE SALE.
SALE
E NO.. 6
BAC Home Loans Servicing vs. William C. Muir, et al. (09-CI-2716) – amount of Judgment: $209,112.33
plus interest and costs.
231 THICKET DRIVE, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Lot 33 of The Woods Subdivision , Section 2, of Hardin County, Kentucky, per Plat of which is
recorded in Plat Cabinet 1 Sheet 325-B in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to William C. Muir and Carolyn M. Muir, husband and wife, from
David Maldonado Martinez and Margie S. Martinez, husband and wife, by Deed dated February 10, 1995
and filed for record on February 13, 1995 in Deed Book 806 Page 363 in the Office of the Hardin County
Court Clerk.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF
CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS.
SALE
E NO.. 7
Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. Jay B. Franklin, et al. (10-CI-1432)-amount of Judgment: $148,062.51 plus
interest and costs.
1724 RICHARDSON RD., EASTVIEW, KY
Being Tract 2 of the Meeting Creek Subdivision, Plat of which is recorded in Plat Cabinet 1, Slide 2501, in
the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Hardin County, Kentucky.
Being the same property conveyed to Jay B. Franklin and Judith A. Adams Franklin, husband and wife,
and Billy Hudson and Judy Hudson, husband and wife, by Deed dated December 7, 2000, and filed for
record on December 15, 2000 in Deed Book 984 Page 748 in the Office of the Clerk of Hardin County.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF
CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS.
SALE
E NO.. 8
Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. Bobbi Phelps (10-CI-1827) – amount of Judgment: $258,214.60 plus interest and
costs.
369 WATERFOWL LOOP, RINEYVILLE, KY
Being Lot 230 of LaVista Subdivision, Section 6, a Plat of which is of record in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 3739
in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Title derived by Bobbi Phelps, an unmarried person, by Deed dated May 15, 2007, of record in Deed Book
1227 Page 350 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF
CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS.
SALE
E NO.. 9
BAC Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Melvina Sue DeFrees, et al. (10-CI-83)-amount of Judgment:
$156,401.29 plus interest and costs.
332 MADISON DRIVE, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Lot 72 of Presidential Subdivision, a plat of which his recorded in the Office of the Clerk of Hardin
County Court.
Being the same property conveyed to Melvina Sue De Frees aka Melvina DeFrees, single, by Deed dated
June 20, 1991 and recorded June 20, 1991 in Deed Book 712 Page 417 in the Office of the Clerk of Hardin
County, Kentucky.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY
FOR THE BALANCE. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE SALE.
SALE
E NO.. 10
BAC Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Deonte Smith, et al. (10-CI-1340) – amount of Judgment: $213,467.78
plus interest and costs.
214 RUSHMORE DR., VINE GROVE, KY
Being Lot 14 of Highland Springs Subdivision, Phase 1, to Radcliff, Hardin County, Kentucky, per plat of
said Subdivision recorded in Plat Cabinet 1 Sheets 4235 and 4254 and Amended Owner’s Certificated of
Highland Springs, Phase 1, of record in Deed Book 1202 Page 371 in the Office of the Hardin County
Court Clerk, Kentucky.
Being the same property conveyed to Deonte Smith and Anna Smith, husband and wife, from TG
Development, LLC, by Deed dated January 4, 2008 and recorded on January 9, 2008 in Book 1251 Page
209, Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY
FOR THE BALANCE. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE SALE.
SALE
E NO.. 11
Bank of America National Association vs. Penny Deeley Skaggs, et al. (10-CI-1849) – amount of Judgment:
$204,391.84 plus interest and costs.
43 CANARY DRIVE, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Lot 36-A Section 2 of Mockingbird Hills Subdivision per amended plat of which is recorded in Plat
Cabinet 1, Sheet 1338 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Being the same property quit claimed to Penny Deeley Skaggs, unmarried, Paul Howard Skaggs,
unmarried, by Deed dated February 24, 2004 and recorded in Book 1106 Page 48, Office of the Hardin
County Court Clerk.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF
CREDIT OR ACCEPTABLE SURETY. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS.
the band.
The idea originated with a former
band director learning of a similar event
at another school. Skeeters had a
daughter, Lisa, in the band and was
very involved with the group. She was
staying at home with another child at
the time, so she decided to tackle organizing the show.
The show was a success for the band,
and so it continued, and Skeeters continued, even after her daughter graduated in 1993, severing Skeeters’ official
ties to the band.
Skeeters said she stayed with it because she feared it wouldn’t continue
without her.
“It was our baby,” she said.
The Skeeters attribute the success of
the show to several things – each other,
the bean soup and cornbread they serve
and that band students assist in setting
and packing up booths. The couple begins preparing for the show in
September by sending out reminders to
those who have signed on to participate,
but they consider new crafters at all
times of the year.
Mike Skeeters teases his wife about
the fact that now they are 20 years into
the event and she has no definite plans
of handing the reins over to someone
else. When Sandy is asked how long she
plans to continue, her husband jumps in
before she answers.
“Don’t say another 20,” he jokes.
She said she plans to take it a year at
a time, until she decides it’s not fun anymore. And even though none of the students belong to her anymore, they’re
still integral to her enjoyment of the experience.
“That’s probably what keeps me doing it, the kids,” she said.
North Pole Arts and Crafts show is
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in the
cafeteria and small gym of the school.
Kelly Cantrall can be
reached at (270) 505-1747.
SALE
E NO.. 12
Deutsche Bank vs. Stan L. Holmes, et al. (09-CI-2278) – amount of Judgment: $41,867.95 plus interest and costs.
623 POTOMAC COURT, RADCLIFF, KY
Being Lot 42 of Colonial Heights PUD, to Radcliff, Hardin County, Kentucky, per plat of said subdivision of record
in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 586, revision of Whispering Hills Subdivision, Section 13, in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 547 in
the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to Stan L. Holmes and Pamela Holmes, his wife, from the Estate of Elizabeth A.
Holmes and Denise Henderson-Holmes, unmarried, by Deed dated July 30, 2004 and recorded in Deed Book 1123
Page 653 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
TERMS: $5000.00 DOWN AT THE TIME OF THE SALE IN ADDITION TO EITHER A LETTER OF CREDIT OR
ACCEPTABLE SURETY. BALANCE DUE WITHIN 60 DAYS.
SALE
E NO.. 13
South Central Bank of Hardin Co., Inc. vs. B. Michael Kean, et al. (10-CI-1095) – amount of Judgment: $208,755.83
plus interest and costs.
2961 WEST RHUDES CREEK ROAD, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
PARCEL NO. I Tract 1: Tract 10 in Deed of W.H. Jump, et al., to James Jump; beginning at a stake in Smith’s line,
corner to Lot 9, thence East 109 1⁄2 poles, thence S 9 W 21 poles, thence S 88 1⁄2 W 88 2/5 poles to a stone, an
original corner, thence N 35 1⁄2 W 29 3/5 poles, containing 13 5/8 acres, more or less.
Tract 2: Tract 11 conveyed to W.H. Jump by heirs of Henry Jump. Beginning at a stone, thence N 88 1⁄2 E 88 2/5
poles, thence S 9 W 26 poles, thence West 88 1/5 poles, thence N 49 1⁄2 W 15 3⁄4 poles to a post oak corner to the
E.A. Smith land, thence N 53 E 19 1⁄2 poles to the beginning, containing 13 1⁄2 acres, more or less.
THERE IS EXCEPTED from the above and not conveyed about 2/5 of an acre conveyed to Claud Brown to
straighten a line of Deed dated November 4, 1947.
Tract 3: .865 of an acre conveyed to John Givan by Deed dated November 20, 1947, and recorded in Deed Book
123, Page 449 in the Office of the Clerk of Hardin County Court.
Tract 4: Beginning at a stake in Smith’s line, thence East 88 1/5 poles, thence S 9 W 24 1⁄2 poles, thence S 69 1⁄2
W 25 1⁄2 poles, thence S 11 W 10 3⁄4 poles to a birch, thence N 57 W 27 poles to a white oak and thence N 49 1⁄2
W 46 poles to the beginning, containing 13 1/2 acres, more or less.
SALE
E NO.. 14
South Central Bank of Hardin Co., Inc. vs. B. Michael Kean, et al. (10-CI-1095) – amount of Judgment: $208,755.83
plus interest and costs.
2749 WEST RHUDES CREEK RD., ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
PARCEL NO. II Beginning at an iron pin in the South right of way line of Rhudes Creek Road, corner to Michael
Kenney, thence along Michael Kenney’s East property line N 07 degrees 05’ E 487.0 feet to an iron pin in Burkhart
Allen’s property line, thence S 88 degrees 42’ E 525.1 feet to an iron pin along the right of way of Rhudes Creek
Road, thence S 05 degrees 15’ W 393.5 feet to a stake, thence S 29 degrees 44’ W 109.0 feet to a stake, thence N 88
degrees 16’ W 495.6 feet to the point of beginning, containing 5.90 acres.
PARCEL NO. III A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Hardin County, Kentucky and being described
as follows:
Beginning at a stake on the southeast side of Rhudes Creek Road (which leads to Highway 1136) said stake being
in the line of the Billy D. Kean property, thence with the south side of said Rhudes Creek Road as follows: N 4-02
E 531.6 ft, N 7-23 E 50.0 ft N 27-22 E 84.4 ft N 83-09 E 80.6 ft N 88-27 E 263.4 ft S 87-07 E 301.9 ft. to a stake on
the south side of said Rhudes Creek Road, said stake being a new division corner in the Shirley Thomas property,
thence with a new division line in said Shirley Thomas property S 9-03 W 678.4 ft. to a stake in the line of said
Billy D. Kean property, said stake also being a new division corner in said Shirley Thomas property, thence with
the line of said Billy D. Kean property N 88-45 W 620.0 ft to the beginning containing 10.0 acres more or less. By
survey dated October 11, 1977 by Robert L. Miller, Kentucky #882.
Title derived by Billy D. Kean and Virginia E. Kean and Michael Kean by Deed dated 7-24-02 of record in Deed
Book 1045 Page 114 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
SALE
E NO.. 15
South Central Bank of Hardin Co., Inc. vs. B. Michael Kean, et al. (10-CI-1095) – amount of Judgment: $866,009.25
plus interest and costs.
3400 GAITHER STATION RD., ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Real Estate on the Gaither Station Road about 3 1⁄2 miles South of Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky,
described as follows:Beginning at a stake in the east right of way line of said road, thence with said right of way
line N 4 degrees 48’ East 2312.2 feet to a stake, corner to Curtis Owens, thence with his line N 83 degrees 35’ 769.7
feet and North 87 degrees 21’ East 328.1 feet and South 76 degrees 35’ East 1344.9 feet to E.M. Payton’s line,
thence with his line South 5 degrees 58’ West 1746.2 feet to James L. Thomas’ line; thence with Thomas’ line and
the County Road North 88 degrees 58’ West 1468.8 feet and South 23 degrees 37’ West 128.1 feet and South 4
degrees 12’ West 582.9 feet to John V. Goodman’s line, thence with Goodman’s line and the County Road, South 89
degrees 56’ West 604.2 feet and North 80 degrees 57’ West 56 feet, thence leaving the County Road North 34
degrees 39’ West 378 feet to the beginning, containing 117.88 acres, more or less.
There is excepted and not conveyed herein a tract of land conveyed by Burkhart Allen and Amy Lee Allen, his
wife, to Vinson N. Rose and Georgia A. Rose, his wife, by deed dated October 27, 1975, of record in Deed Book 278
Page 620, Hardin County Clerk’s Office, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a stake in the line of E.M. Payton and a new corner in the lands of Burkhart Allen; thence with
Payton’s line S 5 degrees 58’ W 501 feet to a fence post on the north side of a county road, thence with the north
side of a county road N 88 degrees 45’ W 1002.5 feet to a stake and another new corner in the lands of Burkhart
Allen, thence dividing said Allen property N 6 degrees 28’ E 600 feet and S 83 degrees 06’ E 994 feet to the
beginning, containing 12.0 acres more or less.
There is also excepted and not conveyed herein a tract of land conveyed by Burkhart Allen and Amy Lee Allen,
his wife, to Michael W. Kinney and Carolyn Faye Kinney, his wife, by deed dated March 12, 1976, of record in
Deed Book 286 Page 229 said office and more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a steel pipe set on the east side of C.R. No. 1133 the Gaithers Station Road, a corner to Wade; thence
with the east side of said road, N 05 degrees 35’ 50” E 209.67 feet to a steel pipe, a corner to property retained by
Burkhart Allen, thence new line of S 82 degrees 30’ E 364.95 feet to a steel pin, and S 07 degrees 30’ W 486.52 feet
to a steel pipe set on the north side of C.R. No. 1222 the East Rhudes Creek Road, thence along same at N 86
degrees 47’ 39” W 118.01 feet to a post at Wade, thence his line, N 32 degrees 33’ 23” W, 373.41 feet to the point of
beginning, containing 3.29 acres.
There is also excepted and not conveyed herein a tract of land conveyed by Burkhart Allen and Amy Lee Allen,
his wife, to Billy Kean and Virginia Kean, his wife, and Michael Kean, single, by deed dated August 9, 1977, of
record in Deed Book No. 326, Page 306, said office and more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at an iron pin in the north right of way line of Rhudes Creek Road, corner to Michael Kenney, thence
along Michael Kenney’s East property line N 07 degrees 05’ E 487.0 feet to an iron pin in Burkhart Allen’s
property line, thence S 88 degrees 42’ E 525.1 feet to an iron pin along the right of way of Rhudes Creek Road,
thence S 05 degrees 15’ W 393.5 feet to a stake, thence S 29 degrees 44’ W 109.0 feet to a stake, thence N 88
degrees 16’ W 495.6 feet to the point of beginning, containing 5.90 acres. By new survey of Kenneth W. Young,
Land Surveyor N. 223, and Edward R. Brockman, Land Survey No. 1122, dated 7-26-77.
Together with all improvements, ways easements, rights, privileges, appurtenances, reversions, and remainders to
the same belonging, and all the estate, right, title, interest and claim of the first parties of, in, to or out of said land
and premises.
Title derived by B. Michael Kean and Nancy Lee Kean by Deed dated 3-14-83 of record in Deed Book 466 Page 323
and also Deed Book 1117 Page 6 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
SALE
E NO.. 16
West Point Bank vs. Allison C. Taft, et al (09-CI-2471) – amount of Judgment: $98,960.67 plus interest and costs.
408 AND 410 WAGONWHEEL TRAIL, RADCLIFF, KY
Being Lot 16A in Whispering Hills Subdivision, Section 9 to Hardin County, Kentucky, per plat of said
subdivision recorded in Plat Cabinet No. 1, Sheet 477, in the Office of the Clerk of Hardin County, Kentucky.
Title derived by Allison C. Taft and Marlo Y. Taft, husband and wife, by Deed dated July 20, 2004 of record in
Deed Book 1123, Page 542 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
Being Lot 16B in Whispering Hills Subdivision, Section 9 to Hardin County, Kentucky, per plat of said
subdivision recorded in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 477, revised in Plat Cabinet 1, Sheet 497, in the Office of the Hardin
County Court Clerk.
Title derived by Marlo Y. Taft and Allison C. Taft, by Deed dated September 29, 2003 of record in Deed Book 1093
Page 251 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk.
SALE
E NO.. 17
Kentucky Housing Corporation vs. Christopher P. Apple (10-CI-2047) – amount of Judgment: $77,883.22 plus
interest and costs.
106 BLUE BIRD COURT, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Lot 77 of Country Club Villa Subdivision, Section 3, to Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky, per plat of
said subdivision recorded in Plat Cabinet 1 Sheet 442 in the Office of the Hardin County Court Clerk, Kentucky.
Being the same property conveyed to Christopher P. Apple by Deed dated May 13, 2008 of record in Deed Book
1262 Page 615 as recorded in the Office of the Clerk of Hardin County, Kentucky.
SALE
E NO.. 18
First Federal Savings Bank vs. Olympia Stone, Inc., et al. (09-CI-2127) – amount of Judgment: $91,501.76 plus
interest and costs.
144 CATLETT COURT, RINEYVILLE, KY
Being Lot 56 of Rolling Heights Subdivision, Section 3, in Hardin County Kentucky and being of record in Plat
Cabinet 1, Sheet 2554 in the Office of the Hardin County Clerk.
Being the same property conveyed to William S. Barger and Brenda Barger, husband and wife, by Deed dated
August 30, 2000 of record in Deed Book 976 Page 227 in the Hardin County Clerk Office.
SALE
E NO.. 19
OneWest Bank, FSB vs. David S. Clark, Sr., et al. (09-CI-1759) – amount of Judgment: $84,392.04 plus interest and
costs.
164 SAFARI TRAIL, VINE GROVE, KY
Beginning at a steel pipe set on the North side of Safari Trail Road (CR 1421) at Vene Saltsman, thence with the
Saltsman line N 30 degrees 54’ E 105.47 feet to a steel stake at Nelson W. Combs, thence with the Combs line N 25
degrees 30’ E 50.0 feet and N 64 degrees 30’ W 119.10 feet to a steel pin at the Radcliff Industrial Access Road,
thence with the road S 25 degrees 30’ W 155.0 feet to a steel pin at Safari Trail Road, thence with said Safari Trail
Road S 64 degrees 30’ E 109.17 feet to the point of beginning.
Subject to any and all easements, restriction, conditions and legal highways of record and/or in existence.
Being the same property conveyed from Timothy Robert Arnold and Alice Faye Arnold, his wife, to David S. Clark
and Millie G. Clark, his wife, by virtue of a deed dated 3-10-1980 and recorded 3-21-1980 at Deed Book 393 Page
148 of the Hardin County, Kentucky real estate records.
SALE
E NO.. 20
Nationstar Mortgage LLC vs. Joseph Randall Hendley, et al. (10-CI-305) – amount of Judgment: $47,503.44 plus
interest and costs.
1006 RIVERVIEW DRIVE, WEST POINT, KY
Being Lots 125 and 126 in the Harry G. Geoghegan property as shown on plat recorded in Deed Book 78 Page 530
in the Office of the Clerk of the Hardin County Court there is excepted from the above and not conveyed herein a
strip of land 10 feet wide on the West side of lot 125 which was conveyed to Bob Walters on the day of 1949.
Being the same property conveyed to Joseph Randall Hendley and Shawn Hendley, husband and wife, by virtue of
a deed from William Ernest Weedman Jr. and Lillian Lee Weedman, husband and wife, dated July 17, 1997, filed
July 18, 1997, recorded in Deed Book 874 Page 725, County Clerk’s Office, Hardin County, Kentucky.
Subject to all restrictions, conditions and covenants and to all legal highways and easements.
SALE
E NO.. 21
Prather Family Trust with Jennie C. Prather, Trustee vs. B. Michael Kean, et al. (10-CI-1786) – amount of Judgment:
$230,050.00 plus interest and costs.
2653 WEST RHUDES CREEK, ELIZABETHTOWN, KY
Being Tracts 1 and 2 of Boxelder Hill Subdivision, as shown by record plat of said subdivision recorded in Plat
Cabinet 1, Sheet 4432, now known as Lots 1A and 2A of Boxelder Hill Subdivision, as shown by Amended record
plat of said subdivision recorded in Plat Cabinet 1 Sheet 4709 in the Hardin County Clerk’s office.
Being the same property conveyed to B. Michael Kean and Nancy Kean, husband and wife, by Deed dated August
30, 2007, from Dixie B. Salle, et al. of record in Deed Book 1238 Page 618 in the Office of the Hardin County Court
Clerk.
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MASTER COMMISSIONER
HARDIN CIRCUIT COURT
270-234-9715
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McDonald
announces
five signees
for Toppers
GARDENHIRE
Gardenhire,
Black picked
as Managers
of the Year
From Wire Reports
By BEN WALKER
The Associated Press
NEW YORK — Bud
Black hung on to win this
race. Ron Gardenhire became a first-time Manager of
the Year, too, after so many
near misses.
A month after his San
Diego Padres were knocked
out of the playoff chase on
the final day, Black nudged
Cincinnati’s Dusty Baker by
one point for the NL award
Wednesday.
“I guess this vote was sort
of like our season, it came
down to the wire,” Black said.
Gardenhire was the clear
choice in the American
League, earning the honor after five times as the runnerup. He led Minnesota to its
sixth AL Central title in nine
seasons.
“Congrats to the best manager in bestball!” Twins center fielder Denard Span
tweeted. “Way overdue!”
Span tweeted an apology moments later for misspelling
baseball.
Said Gardenhire: “It’s
pretty neat to have your
name mentioned up there.”
Black was selected after
guiding San Diego to a 15game turnaround despite the
second-lowest payroll in the
majors. The Padres finished
90-72 and led the NL West
until a late, 10-game slump
and then a loss to San
Francisco on the last day
eliminated them.
Black drew 16 first-place
votes in balloting by the
Baseball Writers’ Association
of America and got 104
points. Baker had 13 firstplace votes and 103 points.
The next BBWAA award
will be the AL Cy Young, to
be announced today.
Bruce Bochy of the World
Series
champion
San
Francisco Giants, Atlanta’s
retiring Bobby Cox and
Philadelphia’s
Charlie
Manuel got the other firstplace votes.
“This was a great year in
the NL,” said Black, who was
on a golf course near San
Diego when he got the word.
“I guess this vote could’ve
gone either way. I feel fortunate that I won. All these
guys are so deserving.”
Baker,
a
three-time
Manager of the Year, led the
NL Central champion Reds
to their first playoff spot since
1995. He was listed on 27 of
the 32 ballots, while Black
was picked on 26.
“I’m not terribly disappointed because I didn’t expect it,” Baker said. “Buddy
did a great job.”
Baker was in the mountains of California when he
heard the vote totals. The announcement came on the
one-year anniversary of his
father’s death.
“When I woke up today, I
was thinking about my dad,
not the award,” Baker said.
“He’d be proud of me.”
This marked the third time
that the NL Manager of the
Year was decided by a single
point. There was a tie for the
AL honor in 1996 between
Joe Torre and Johnny Oates.
Two BBWAA voters from
every league city send in
three top choices when the
regular season ends. Votes
were counted on a 5-3-1 basis.
Gardenhire drew 16 firstplace votes and 108 points,
and was the only AL manager listed on all 28 ballots.
NEAL CARDIN/The News-Enterprise
John Hardin’s offensive line has been dominating this season, helping the Bulldogs average 319.8 rushing
yards and 43.8 points per game heading into Friday night’s game at Anderson County for the Class 5-A,
Region 2 championship.
THE DIRTIEST JOB IN FOOTBALL
John Hardin’s
high-powered
offense powered
by its offensive line
By CHUCK JONES
[email protected]
The life of an offensive lineman isn’t glamorous or sexy.
The men in the trenches are
often overlooked and underappreciated, but these front-line
warriors are the engine which
makes an offense fire on all
cylinders.
“It’s a very thankless job,”
said John Hardin assistant coach
Kelly Fisher, who is in charge of
the offensive line. “They know
their role and they all do their
jobs. Coach (Mark) Brown and I
always say, ‘We’ll only be as
good as our offensive line.’”
The Bulldogs are a perfect
12-0 entering Friday’s Class 5-A,
Region 2 championship at
Anderson County. Going by
Fisher’s assessment, that must
mean this year’s offensive line is
a good one, maybe the best one
in the program’s history.
“I like this bunch,” Brown
said. “They are more cerebral
than most lines I’ve had. They
understand things so well. They
can make adjustments out there.
They are a big reason we’ve
been as successful as we’ve
been.”
It should come as no surprise
the Bulldogs are in the position
they are.
But people looked at the
team, saw that the quarterback
was new, or the receivers were
raw, or that a bunch of defensive
starters from the previous year
graduated, which was the case
for John Hardin this season.
They thought this team might
struggle, that those personnel
losses would add up to losses on
the field.
But there was a fatal flaw in
that examination. It failed to
consider the offensive line, the
least glamorous position of any
on a football field but the one
that is the very base from which
an offense fails or succeeds.
John Hardin returned a
wealth of talent along the offensive line. Junior Patrick Crowe
returned at right guard and seniors Nick Williams and Akeem
Hatchell were back at tackles.
Sophomore Chris Doss took
over at left guard, senior
Bradley Wagner and junior
Mark Thompson have split time
at center and junior tackles
Blake Cordell and Hunter
Holloway have rotated in behind Williams and Hatchell.
“Experience has paid off
greatly,” Crowe said. “It’s
helped us a lot. We know our
rules. We understand what
we’re supposed to do.”
While they had experience, it
still took some time for the unit
to come together.
“When we started out, it took
me some time to get used to the
speed of the game,” Doss said.
Turn to BULLDOGS, B3
Owens not lost for words
with Bills coming to town
By JOHN WAWROW
The Associated Press
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. —
New team. Same old, defiant,
outspoken and, yes, playful
Terrell Owens.
Whether it was in Buffalo last
year or now in Cincinnati, T.O.
had no difficulty talking about
himself, Bills quarterbacks or
anything else Wednesday as the
Bengals (2-7) prepare to host the
Bills (1-8) in Sunday’s “battle of
the worst,” as he put it.
Owens opened and closed a
near 20-minute conference call
with Buffalo reporters by playfully saying, “Go Bills.” In between, he expressed no surprise
that the Bills lost faith by cutting
quarterback Trent Edwards earlier this season; and offered a
message to anyone — including
Buffalo’s first-year coach Chan
Gailey — who might have
thought he hit the wall last season.
“No, T.O. doesn’t hit any
walls,” Owens said when informed that was one of Gailey’s
concerns in not re-signing him.
“Trust me, if there’s any walls in
front of me, I’m going to find a
way to go through it, around it,
or over it. There’s no just hitting
the wall.”
At 36, Owens’ production
this season certainly speaks to
the contrary.
Nine games in, he ranks third
in the NFL with 834 yards receiving and is tied for fourth
with seven touchdowns — numbers surpassing the 829 yards
and five scores he had in his one
ED REINKE/The Associated Press
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Terrell Owens celebrates after scoring
on a 19-yard pass in the first half of an NFL football game Nov. 8 against
the Pittsburgh Steelers in Cincinnati.
year with the Bills.
Though disappointed in the
Bengals’ record, Owens isn’t
surprised by his resurgence in a
year he had to wait until July for
Cincinnati to sign him to a oneyear contract.
“Teams passed up on me because of what I didn’t do so
much in Buffalo. Other than
that, I can only do what I can do
to prove a lot of people wrong,”
Owens said. “If I’m put in the
right situation, I’m able to succeed and do some of the things
that people are seeing now that
they feel is, I guess, eye-opening
for my age.”
Turn to BENGALS, B3
BOWLING GREEN —
Western Kentucky University
men’s basketball coach Ken
McDonald announced the
signings of five high school
seniors Wednesday to national letters of intent during the
NCAA’s early signing period
for the class of 2011.
Making up the those
signees are guard Derrick
Gordon, center Deng Leek
and forwards George Fant,
Nigel Snipes and Vinny
Zollo.
All five are rated as threestar recruits by Rivals.com. In
addition, the 6-foot-3, 185pound Gordon is ranked
among Rivals’ top 150 recruits nationally. Rivals
places him as the nation’s
135th-best high school senior.
“Our class addresses all of
our needs after the departure
of our four seniors from this
year’s team,” McDonald said.
“We were able to get commitments from each position,
and I think our staff did an incredible job covering from
coast to coast. We have some
very good athleticism and
skill levels at each position,
and I love the fact that many
of them can play a lot of different positions.”
The 6-6, 220-pound Fant,
from nearby Warren Central,
is already a 1,000-point scorer
for the Dragons after starting
nearly his entire high school
career. He earned secondteam All-State honors as a
junior after averaging 15
points and eight rebounds
per game.
“George is a talented, mismatch kind of guy who is a
great kid. We’ve known him
since the day we took the job.
We love him and his family,
and I think he has a ton of potential to really do whatever
he wants on the Hill,”
McDonald said.
Gordon will look to contribute at the guard position
when he arrives from St.
Patrick in Elizabeth, N.J.
“He has been rock-solid
from day one and is a
Hilltopper at heart. He’s a
tough kid, a great kid who is
serious about the game of
basketball and serious about
being a student. I think he’s
going to be a favorite of
Hilltopper
nation,”
McDonald said.
Leek is playing at Veritas
Sports
Academy
in
Greensboro, N.C., and is regarded as having tremendous
upside.
“Deng has a load of potential, and he’s a big kid. We’re
excited to work with him on
his skill level, and his best
days are ahead of him,”
McDonald said.
Snipes averaged 18.8
points and 8.3 rebounds per
game as a junior at Atlanta
Paideia and is playing his senior year at Marietta Wheeler.
“Nigel came into the picture late and has a great skilllevel. He is a very good athlete who can really stroke the
ball. He has a good handle as
well and can make plays off
the dribble,” McDonald said.
Zollo
hails
from
Winchester where he has
been a All-10th Region player the past two seasons at
George Rogers Clark. The 68, 230-pound Zollo averaged
19 points and 12 rebounds as
a junior and picked up second-team all-state honors after the season for his efforts.
He was also named to the
2009 King of the Bluegrass
All-Tournament Team.
“Vinny can shoot the ball
from deep, and he has a great
body and a lot of tools. He’s
another great kid and a serious student, and he comes
from a great family. He’s a
Kentucky kid, who I think is
going to do really well in his
time on the Hill,” McDonald
said.
B2
SPORTS
THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE
SCOREBOARD
SOCCER
Agudelo scores in debut for U.S.
Juan Agudelo became the youngest U.S. player
to score in the modern era, giving the Americans a
1-0 victory over host South Africa on Wednesday in
Cape Town that allowed them to avoid finishing the
year with a losing record.
Agudelo, who turns 18 next Tuesday, scored in
the 85th minute of his debut after coming on as a
substitute midway through the second half.
Agudelo fed fellow newcomer Mikkel Diskerud,
who maintained control despite being smothered
by three defenders and played the ball back to
Agudelo. He took one touch and banged the ball in
off the crossbar with a right-footed flick from 7
yards out.
The teenager, who just made his first two starts
for the New York Red Bulls in the MLS playoffs because of a knee injury to Thierry Henry, dropped to
his knees and thrust both index fingers in the air.
Jozy Altidore had set the previous mark for
youngest scorer in the modern era with a goal
against Mexico on Feb. 6, 2008, when he was 18
years and 92 days old.
“I’m speechless, I don’t know what to say,” said
Agudelo, whose No. 17 uniform matched his age.
“It’s an amazing feeling.”
South Africa made a furious scramble for the
equalizer, and Siphiwe Tshabalala’s nifty backheel
pass to the front of the goal looked as if it could be
trouble. But Eric Lichaj, who made his first start in
his second appearance for the U.S., disrupted it.
The game was the first victory for the Americans
since they beat Algeria on June 23 to advance to the
second round of the World Cup in South Africa,
and gave them a 5-5-4 record for 2010.
The U.S. also improved its record against South
Africa to 3-0, all in exhibitions. The Americans
were 1-0 winners in the 2007 Nelson Mandela
Challenge in Johannesburg, and also won 4-0 in
Washington, D.C., in 2000.
U.S. WOMEN’S WORLD CUP HOPES ON LINE IN ITALY.
The U.S. women’s soccer team is getting ready to
face Italy in a playoff for the World Cup.
The Americans were forced into the playoff
when they were upset by Mexico in the semifinals.
The U.S. then beat Costa Rica in the third-place
game and advanced to the playoff against Italy.
“I doubt this team is going to roll over,” said U.S.
forward Abby Wambach. “They’re going to fight to
the bitter end and I think they’re going to give us a
run for our money.”
Italy hosts the opening leg in Padua, near Venice,
on Saturday. The other match in the total-goals series is scheduled for Nov. 27 near Chicago in
Bridgeview, Ill.
“International games nowadays you can’t take
anything for granted if you don’t put away your
chances,” U.S. coach Pia Sundhage said. “Of course
we wanted to qualify directly, but we didn’t and
we’ve had to adjust our plan. There’s been a lot of
discussion back and forth about what we should and
shouldn’t do and that’s the beauty of the international games — that you never know.”
AROUND THE AREA
FRIDAY
Time
PREP FOOTBALL
Class 5-A, Region 2 Championship
John Hardin at Anderson County
Station
7:30 p.m.
SATURDAY
Event
Time
Station
PREP SWIMMING
Elizabethtown Invitational at T.K. Stone Middle School
Central Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox
John Hardin, North Hardin
2:30 p.m.
ON THE AIR
TODAY
Event
Time
BASKETBALL
Women’s College
Clemson at South Carolina
7 p.m.
Men’s College
Puerto Rico Tip-Off: Davidson vs. West Virginia
11:30 a.m.
Charleston Classic: Georgetown vs. Coastal Carolina
Noon
Puerto Rico Tip-Off: Nebraska vs. Vanderbilt
1:30 p.m.
Charleston Classic: SC-Upstate vs. Wofford
2:30 p.m.
Puerto Rico Tip-Off: Hofstra vs. North Carolina
5 p.m.
Charleston Classic: East Carolina vs. NC State
6 p.m.
South Florida at Central Florida
7 p.m.
Bowling Green at Michigan
7 p.m.
2K Sports Classic: Pittsburgh vs. Maryland
7 p.m.
2K Sports Classic: Illinois vs. Texas
9 p.m.
Charleston Classic: UNC-Charlotte vs. George Mason 9 p.m.
Virginia at Stanford
10:30 p.m.
NBA
Suns at Magic
8:15 p.m.
Nuggets at Trail Blazers
10:30 p.m.
NBADL
Texas at Rio Grande Valley
8 p.m.
FOOTBALL
College
Georgia St. at Alabama
7:30 p.m.
UCLA at Washington
8 p.m.
Air Force at UNLV
10 p.m.
GOLF
European PGA Tour: Hong Kong Open
Second Round
Midnight
Station
FSN South
ESPNU
CSS
ESPNU
CSS
ESPN2
CSS
CSTV
Big Ten Net
ESPN2
ESPN2
CSS
FSN
TNT
TNT
VERSUS
ESPNU
ESPN
CSTV
TGC
FRIDAY
Event
Time
AUTO RACING
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Ford 400 at Homestead, Fla.
Practice
11:30 a.m.
Pole Qualifying
3 p.m.
NASCAR Nationwide Series: Ford 300 at Homestead, Fla.
Practice
1 p.m.
Final Practice
6:30 p.m.
NASCAR Truck Series: Ford 200 at Homestead, Fla.
Pole Qualifying
5 p.m.
Race
8 p.m.
BASKETBALL
Men’s College
Puerto Rico Tip-Off: Teams TBD
12:30 p.m.
Charleston Classic: Teams TBD
2:30 p.m.
2K Sports Classic: Third-Place Game, Teams TBD
5 p.m.
Charleston Classic: Teams TBD
6 p.m.
2K Sports Classic: Championship Game, Teams TBD 7 p.m.
Radford at South Carolina
7 p.m.
Fairfield at Penn St.
7:30 p.m.
Charleston Classic: Teams TBD
8:30 p.m.
Kentucky at Portland
10:30 p.m.
NBA
Thunder at Celtics
7 p.m.
Bulls at Mavericks
9:30 p.m.
FOOTBALL
College
Fresno St. at Boise St.
8:30 p.m.
GOLF
European PGA Tour: Hong Kong Open
Third Round
Midnight
HOCKEY
Men's College
Yale at Cornell
7:30 p.m.
Station
WOMEN’S COLLEGE
WEDNESDAY’S SCORES
EAST
American U. 61, Mount St. Mary’s, Md. 34
Army 60, Medaille 45
Bentley 79, Merrimack 65
Boston U. 83, Yale 64
Cent. Connecticut St. 52, Brown 44
Chestnut Hill 62, Dist. of Columbia 59
Colgate 85, N.J. Tech 58
DeSales 71, Cabrini 42
Fordham 64, Bucknell 42
Holy Cross 72, Quinnipiac 60
Holy Family 83, Kutztown 61
Immaculata 74, Penn St.-Berks 71
Long Island U. 64, Lafayette 59
Providence 71, Rhode Island 40
West Virginia 69, Duquesne 58
York, Pa. 60, Goucher 47
SOUTH
Alabama 95, N.C. State 84
Christian Brothers 72, Lane 64
Florida A&M 67, Savannah St. 54
Georgia Tech 79, Kennesaw St. 60
Jacksonville 78, Florida Atlantic 66
Louisville 100, Houston Baptist 34
Miami (Ohio) 76, E. Kentucky 59
Morgan St. 74, St. Bonaventure 65
North Carolina 76, Robert Morris 47
Ohio St. 59, LSU 55
Richmond 88, Appalachian St. 78
S.C.-Upstate 79, Marshall 73
South Florida 80, Stetson 42
Tenn.-Martin 73, Belmont 52
Va. Commonwealth 59, Winthrop 49
Virginia St. 103, Salem International 33
W. Carolina 78, UNC Asheville 59
Wofford 85, Campbell 81, OT
MIDWEST
Akron 70, IUPUI 49
Bowling Green 86, Youngstown St. 40
Butler 69, Saint Louis 62
Evansville 60, Murray St. 54
Franklin Pierce 89, Stonehill 82
Ill.-Chicago 59, BYU 56
Kansas St. 64, Indiana St. 48
Minnesota 73, Pittsburgh 63
New England Coll. 65, Newbury 63
South Dakota 76, Jamestown 37
SOUTHWEST
Arkansas 55, MVSU 54
Rice 59, Stephen F.Austin 54
Sam Houston St. 83, Centenary 55
TCU 87, SMU 73, 2OT
FOOTBALL
PREP
MEN’S COLLEGE
WEDNESDAY’S SCORES
EAST
American U. 65, Md.-Eastern Shore 58
Bentley 62, Merrimack 47
Bucknell 66, Binghamton 38
Connecticut 89, Vermont 73
Cornell 75, Delaware 61
Denison 79, Earlham 58
Harvard 72, Holy Cross 49
Holy Family 52, Lincoln, Pa. 44, OT
Ithaca 95, Hobart 87
Lafayette 72, St. Francis, Pa. 68
Loyola, Md. 83, UMBC 72
Manhattan 59, Penn 54
Massachusetts 73, Sacred Heart 65
S. Maine 68, Wentworth Tech 65
St. John’s 79, Columbia 66
Swarthmore 69, Arcadia 47
Wis.-Milwaukee 90, Niagara 73
SOUTH
Ark.-Monticello 82, Centenary 70
Chattanooga 73, Kennesaw St. 69
E. Kentucky 81, SIU-Edwardsville 65
Florida Atlantic 88, Warner Southern 58
Georgia Tech 78, Albany, N.Y. 51
Louisiana Tech 60, Houston 54
Memphis 94, Northwestern St. 79
Mississippi 77, Murray St. 61
Southern Miss. 93, South Alabama 58
Southern Wesleyan 81, Tenn. Wesleyan 78
UAB 76, Middle Tennessee 71
MIDWEST
Ball St. 75, Indiana St. 60
Creighton 63, Louisiana-Lafayette 58
E. Michigan 79, Madonna 70
Illinois St. 73, Tennessee St. 68
Indiana Tech 70, Taylor 53
Iowa St. 91, Drake 43
Marygrove 99, Great Lakes Christian 78
Notre Dame 102, Chicago St. 62
Park 80, Benedictine,Ill. 56
Purdue 103, Alcorn St. 48
Wright St. 75, Northwood, Mich. 55
SOUTHWEST
Ark.-Little Rock 108, St. Gregory’s 58
Northwestern 77, Texas-Pan American 71
Oklahoma St. 68, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 58
TOURNAMENTS
NIT Season Tip-off-North
George Washington 79, Marist 59
Villanova 82, Boston U. 66
NIT Season Tip-off-South
Championship
Tennessee 60, Missouri St. 56
EXHIBITIONS
Bemidji St. 84, Finlandia 63
NBA
STANDINGS & SCHEDULE
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W
L
Pct
Boston
9
2
.818
New Jersey
4
6
.400
New York
3
8
.273
Toronto
3
9
.250
Philadelphia
2
10
.167
Southeast Division
W
L
Pct
Orlando
7
3
.700
Atlanta
8
4
.667
Miami
7
4
.636
Charlotte
4
7
.364
Washington
3
7
.300
Central Division
W
L
Pct
Chicago
6
3
.667
Cleveland
5
5
.500
Milwaukee
5
6
.455
Indiana
4
5
.444
Detroit
4
8
.333
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
W
L
Pct
New Orleans
8
1
.889
San Antonio
8
1
.889
Dallas
7
2
.778
Memphis
4
8
.333
Houston
3
8
.273
Northwest Division
W
L
Pct
Oklahoma City
7
4
.636
Utah
7
4
.636
Portland
7
5
.583
Denver
6
5
.545
Minnesota
3
9
.250
Pacific Division
W
L
Pct
L.A. Lakers
10
2
.833
Golden State
7
4
.636
Phoenix
6
5
.545
Sacramento
3
6
.333
L.A. Clippers
1
10
.091
Tuesday’s Scores
Cleveland 101, Philadelphia 93
Atlanta 102, Indiana 92
Washington 109, Toronto 94
Portland 100, Memphis 99
GB
—
4½
6
6½
7½
GB
—
—
½
3½
4
GB
—
1½
2
2
3½
GB
—
—
1
5½
6
GB
—
—
½
1
4½
GB
—
2½
3½
5½
8½
FRIDAY’S QUARTERFINALS
CLASS 1-A
Beechwood at Frankfort, 7:30 p.m.
Mayfield at Holy Cross (Louisville), 7:30 p.m.
Fairview at Lexington Christian, 7:30 p.m.
Hazard at Pikeville, 7:30 p.m.
CLASS 2-A
Prestonsburg at Corbin, 7:30 p.m.
Monroe County at Danville, 7:30 p.m.
Holy Cross (Covington) at Newport Central Catholic,
7:30 p.m.
Murray at Owensboro Catholic, 7:30 p.m.
CLASS 3-A
Russell at Belfry, 7:30 p.m.
Somerset at Breathitt County, 7:30 p.m.
Central at North Oldham, 7:30 p.m.
Paducah Tilghman at Russellville, 7:30 p.m.
CLASS 4-A
Lone Oak at Allen County-Scottsville, 7:30 p.m.
Knox Central at Bell County, 7:30 p.m.
Lexington Catholic at Boyle County, 7:30 p.m.
Western at Collins, 7:30 p.m.
CLASS 5-A
John Hardin at Anderson County, 7:30 p.m.
Pulaski County at Harlan County, 7:30 p.m.
Highlands at Johnson Central, 7:30 p.m.
Christian County at Warren Central, 7:30 p.m.
CLASS 6-A
Henderson County at Male, 7:30 p.m.
St. Xavier vs. Trinity (Louisville) (at PJCS), 7:30
p.m.
Simon Kenton at Ryle, 7:30 p.m.
Lafayette at Scott County, 7:30 p.m.
COLLEGE
THIS WEEK’S GAMES
TUESDAY, NOV. 16
East
Ohio 31, Temple 23
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17
Midwest
Miami (Ohio) at Akron, (n)
Bowling Green at Toledo, (n)
THURSDAY, NOV. 18
South
Georgia St. at Alabama, 7:30 p.m.
SE Louisiana at Nicholls St., 8 p.m.
Far West
UCLA at Washington, 8 p.m.
Air Force at UNLV, 10 p.m.
FRIDAY, NOV. 19
Far West
Fresno St. at Boise St., 9:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, NOV. 20
East
Virginia at Boston College, Noon
Duquesne at Bryant, Noon
St. Francis, Pa. at Cent. Connecticut St., Noon
Villanova at Delaware, Noon
Yale at Harvard, Noon
Lehigh at Lafayette, Noon
James Madison at Maine, Noon
Towson at New Hampshire, Noon
Penn St. vs. Indiana at Landover, Md., Noon
Columbia at Brown, 12:30 p.m.
Penn at Cornell, 12:30 p.m.
Bucknell at Holy Cross, 12:30 p.m.
Massachusetts at Rhode Island, 12:30 p.m.
Monmouth, N.J. at Albany, N.Y., 1 p.m.
Colgate at Fordham, 1 p.m.
Marist at Georgetown, D.C., 1 p.m.
Dartmouth at Princeton, 1 p.m.
Wagner at Sacred Heart, 1 p.m.
E. Michigan at Buffalo, 2 p.m.
Arkansas St. at Navy, 3:30 p.m.
Army vs. Notre Dame at Bronx, N.Y., 7 p.m.
Connecticut at Syracuse, 7 p.m.
South
VMI at Gardner-Webb, 11:30 a.m.
West Virginia at Louisville, Noon
N.C. State at North Carolina, Noon
Pittsburgh at South Florida, Noon
Troy at South Carolina, 12:21 p.m.
Appalachian St. at Florida, 12:30 p.m.
Charleston Southern at Coastal Carolina, 1 p.m.
Austin Peay at E. Kentucky, 1 p.m.
Delaware St. at Howard, 1 p.m.
Campbell at Morehead St., 1 p.m.
Davidson at Presbyterian, 1 p.m.
Duke at Georgia Tech, 1:30 p.m.
S. Carolina St. at N. Carolina A&T, 1:30 p.m.
Chattanooga at Wofford, 1:30 p.m.
Prairie View at Alabama A&M, 2 p.m.
Jackson St. at Alcorn St., 2 p.m.
Georgia Southern at Furman, 2 p.m.
Tennessee St. at Murray St., 2 p.m.
Old Dominion at N.C. Central, 2 p.m.
The Citadel at Samford, 2 p.m.
Norfolk St. at Savannah St., 2 p.m.
Clemson at Wake Forest, 2 p.m.
Florida A&M vs. Bethune-Cookman at Orlando, Fla.,
2:30 p.m.
W. Carolina at Elon, 3 p.m.
Stony Brook at Liberty, 3:30 p.m.
North Texas at Louisiana-Monroe, 3:30 p.m.
Virginia Tech at Miami, 3:30 p.m.
UCF at Tulane, 3:30 p.m.
Richmond at William & Mary, 3:30 p.m.
Hampton at Morgan St., 4 p.m.
Memphis at UAB, 4 p.m.
Middle Tennessee at W. Kentucky, 4:15 p.m.
Jacksonville St. at Tennessee Tech, 5 p.m.
Fla. International at Louisiana-Lafayette, 7 p.m.
Arkansas at Mississippi St., 7 p.m.
Tennessee at Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m.
Mississippi at LSU, 8 p.m.
Florida St. at Maryland, 8 p.m.
Houston at Southern Miss., 8 p.m.
Midwest
Rutgers at Cincinnati, TBA
Oklahoma St. at Kansas, Noon
Wisconsin at Michigan, Noon
Purdue at Michigan St., Noon
N. Illinois at Ball St., 1 p.m.
N. Dakota St. at Missouri St., 2 p.m.
North Dakota at S. Dakota St., 2 p.m.
S C O R E S
A N D
S TAT S
Indiana St. at S. Illinois, 2 p.m.
N. Iowa at W. Illinois, 2 p.m.
Kent St. at W. Michigan, 2 p.m.
Ohio St. at Iowa, 3:30 p.m.
Illinois at Northwestern, 3:30 p.m.
Missouri at Iowa St., 7 p.m.
Southwest
Weber St. at Texas Tech, TBA
UTEP at Tulsa, TBA
East Carolina at Rice, 1 p.m.
Marshall at SMU, 3 p.m.
Texas St. at Sam Houston St., 3 p.m.
Northwestern St. at Stephen F.Austin, 3 p.m.
Florida Atlantic at Texas, 3:30 p.m.
McNeese St. at Cent. Arkansas, 4 p.m.
Panhandle St. at Lamar, 7 p.m.
Oklahoma at Baylor, 8 p.m.
Nebraska at Texas A&M, 8 p.m.
Ark.-Pine Bluff at Texas Southern, 8 p.m.
Far West
Kansas St. at Colorado, 2 p.m.
Montana St. at Montana, 2 p.m.
Colorado St. at Wyoming, 2 p.m.
Idaho at Utah St., 3 p.m.
Stanford at California, 3:30 p.m.
Idaho St. at E. Washington, 4:05 p.m.
New Mexico St. at Nevada, 4:05 p.m.
Portland St. at N. Arizona, 5:05 p.m.
New Mexico at BYU, 6 p.m.
Sacramento St. at UC Davis, 7 p.m.
Southern Cal at Oregon St., 8 p.m.
Utah at San Diego St., 10 p.m.
San Jose St. at Hawaii, 10:30 p.m.
Division II Playoffs
First Round
Colorado Mines (9-2) at Grand Valley St. (10-1),
Noon
Morehouse (8-2) at Wingate (8-2), Noon
North Alabama (8-3) at Valdosta St. (8-2), Noon
Shaw (9-2) at Shepherd (9-1), Noon
Bloomsburg (9-2) at California, Pa. (10-1), Noon
Hillsdale (9-2) at St. Cloud State (9-2), 1 p.m.
West Texas A&M (8-3) at Central Missouri (9-2), 1
p.m.
Missouri Western St. (8-3) at Northwest Missouri
St. (9-1), 1 p.m.
Division III Playoffs
First Round
Muhlenberg (7-3) at Wesley (9-0), Noon
Montclair St. (9-1) at Hampden-Sydney (9-1), Noon
Washington & Lee (8-2) at Thomas More (10-0),
Noon
Wittenberg (10-0) at Ohio Northern (9-1), Noon
Trine (10-0) at DePauw (9-1), Noon
St. Lawrence (5-5) at Mount Union (10-0), Noon
Salisbury (7-2) at Delaware Valley (8-2), Noon
N.Y. Maritime (10-0) at Alfred (8-2), Noon
Endicott (9-2) at Cortland St. (9-1), Noon
Christopher Newport (6-4) at Mary Hardin-Baylor
(10-0), 1 p.m.
St. Norbert (7-3) at North Central (10-0), 1 p.m.
Franklin (9-1) at Wis.-Whitewater (10-0), 1 p.m.
Benedictine (8-2) at St. Thomas, Minn. (10-0), 1
p.m.
Coe (9-1) at Wheaton, Ill. (9-1), 1 p.m.
Bethel, Minn. (9-1) at Wartburg (10-0), 2 p.m.
California Lutheran (8-1) at Linfield (8-1), 3 p.m.
NAIA Playoffs
First Round
Northwestern Oklahoma State (8-2) at Sioux Falls
(10-0) 1 p.m.
Azusa Pacific (6-3) at Carroll (Mont.) (10-0), 2 p.m.
Cumberlands (7-3) at Saint Xavier (11-0), 2 p.m.
Georgetown, Ky. (8-2) at MidAmerica Nazarene (100), 2 p.m.
Dickinson State (9-1) at Morningside, Iowa (9-1), 2
p.m.
Marian (9-2) at Ottawa, Kan. (9-1), 2:30 p.m.
Saint Francis, Ind. (9-1) at Lindenwood (9-1), 2:30
p.m.
McKendree (8-2) at McPherson (10-0), 3 p.m.
HOCKEY
NHL
STANDINGS & SCHEDULE
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division GP W
L OT Pts GF
Philadelphia
19 12
5 2 26 63
Pittsburgh
20 10
8 2 22 61
N.Y. Rangers
19 10
8 1 21 57
New Jersey
18
5 11 2 12 33
N.Y. Islanders
18
4 11 3 11 39
Northeast Division GP W
L OT Pts GF
Montreal
18 12
5 1 25 49
Boston
16 10
5 1 21 47
Ottawa
19
9
9 1 19 47
Buffalo
20
7 10 3 17 53
Toronto
17
6
8 3 15 40
Southeast Division GP W
L OT Pts GF
Washington
19 14
4 1 29 70
Tampa Bay
18
9
7 2 20 52
Carolina
18
9
9 0 18 58
Atlanta
19
7
9 3 17 58
Florida
16
8
8 0 16 46
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
GP W
L OT Pts GF
Detroit
16 12
3 1 25 58
St. Louis
17
9
5 3 21 44
Chicago
20
9
9 2 20 57
Columbus
15
9
6 0 18 41
Nashville
16
7
6 3 17 42
Northwest Division GP W
L OT Pts GF
Vancouver
18 10
5 3 23 55
Minnesota
17
9
6 2 20 40
Colorado
17
9
7 1 19 59
Calgary
16
7
9 0 14 46
Edmonton
16
4
9 3 11 42
Pacific Division
GP W
L OT Pts GF
Los Angeles
16 12
4 0 24 50
Anaheim
21 10
8 3 23 52
San Jose
16
9
5 2 20 48
Phoenix
17
7
5 5 19 47
Dallas
16
9
7 0 18 48
Note: 2 points for a win, 1 point for OT loss.
Tuesday’s Scores
Toronto 5, Nashville 4
Montreal 3, Philadelphia 0
Dallas 2, Anaheim 1
Wednesday’s Scores
Tampa Bay 4, N.Y. Islanders 2
Boston 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
Pittsburgh 3, Vancouver 1
Washington 4, Buffalo 2
Carolina 7, Ottawa 1
Florida 2, Atlanta 1
Detroit 7, St. Louis 3
Minnesota 2, Anaheim 1, OT
San Jose at Colorado, (n)
Phoenix at Calgary, (n)
Chicago at Edmonton, (n)
Columbus at Los Angeles, (n)
Today’s Games
Florida at Boston, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Nashville at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.
San Jose at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Friday’s Games
Carolina at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.
Minnesota at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Los Angeles at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.
Ottawa at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Colorado, 9 p.m.
Phoenix at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Chicago at Calgary, 9:30 p.m.
Columbus at Anaheim, 10 p.m.
GA
41
53
52
59
62
GA
36
31
60
64
51
GA
49
56
61
69
40
GA
40
47
59
38
48
GA
46
39
53
49
66
GA
34
61
40
53
45
ESPN2
ESPN2
SPEED
SPEED
SPEED
SPEED
ESPNU
ESPNU
ESPN2
ESPNU
ESPN2
FSN South
Big Ten Net
CSS
ESPNU
ESPN
ESPN
ESPN2
TGC
CSTV
LOTTERIES
KENTUCKY
Wednesday Midday
Pick 3: 7-8-2
Pick 4: 2-8-8-2
Wednesday Evening
Pick 3: 8-6-5
Pick 4: 5-2-6-1
Cash Ball: 10-22-28-29, Cash Ball 17
Cash Ball Kicker: 4-7-5-6-0
L.A. Lakers 118, Milwaukee 107
Chicago 95, Houston 92
Denver 120, New York 118
Wednesday’s Scores
Miami 123, Phoenix 96
Toronto 94, Philadelphia 86
Boston 114, Washington 83
L.A. Lakers 103, Detroit 90
Oklahoma City 116, Houston 99
L.A. Clippers at Minnesota, (n)
Dallas at New Orleans, (n)
New Jersey at Utah, (n)
Chicago at San Antonio, (n)
New York at Sacramento, (n)
Today’s Games
L.A. Clippers at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Phoenix at Orlando, 8 p.m.
Denver at Portland, 10:30 p.m.
Friday’s Games
Oklahoma City at Boston, 7 p.m.
Milwaukee at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Houston at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Memphis at Washington, 7 p.m.
Charlotte at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Cleveland at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
San Antonio at Utah, 9 p.m.
Chicago at Dallas, 9:30 p.m.
New Jersey at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
New York at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
BASKETBALL
The Associated Press
Event
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
POWERBALL
Wednesday Evening
Numbers: 14-16-53-54-59,
Powerball 5, Power Play 3
Estimated Jackpot: $35 million
Cash Option: $18.6 million
WIN FOR LIFE
Wednesday Evening
Numbers: 7-15-23-32-33-41, Free Ball 22
SPORTS CALENDAR
SPORTS TEAM NOTE: Sports Calendar is a free service, but The News-Enterprise sports
department cannot guarantee when or how many times an item will run. Items should be
submitted to The N-E sports department no sooner than three weeks prior to the date of
your event. The N-E sports department has the right to edit all Sports Calendar items. To
place a Sports Calendar item, call 505-1752, fax it to 769-6965 or e-mail it to
[email protected]
COACHES/OFFICIALS/PLAYERS NEEDED
EABC
The Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission is accepting applications for coaches for the
upcoming baseball season. Coaches will be voted on in January. For information, e-mail
Mindy Wood at [email protected]
RYSA
Radcliff Youth Soccer Association is in need of coaches who are interested in coaching at
the select level for age groups U-12 through U-17. Coaches must have a coaching license
or be willing to attend a three-day course. For information, e-mail Steve Harlan at [email protected]
EVENTS
LCHS Blue/White Night
The LaRue County High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will have their annual
blue/white night Friday night. A chili supper will be held starting at 5:30 p.m. in the LCHS
cafeteria, with activities starting at 7 in the gym.
JHHS Dunking with the Dogs
The John Hardin High School boys’ basketball team will have its annual Dunking with the
Dogs event at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased from any John Hardin
player or coach, or by calling 769-8906. Unlimited hot dogs and drinks along with 60 prizes
to be given away throughout the night, including Kentucky and Louisville basketball tickets,
are included. Games will include Bluegrass Middle School’s seventh- and eighth-grade
teams along with the John Hardin freshman squad. The night will conclude with a game
between the current John Hardin varsity and John Hardin alumni players. For information,
call 769-8906.
MEETINGS
JHHS Wrestling Boosters
The John Hardin High School wrestling boosters will meet at 6 p.m. today in the JHHS commons area.
PASSES/TICKETS
CHHS Sports Passes
Central Hardin High School sports passes are on sale at the school. Passes are good for
admission into all regular-season home games (special events and tournaments excluded)
for all sports. The photo ID passes are valid for the entire 2010-11 school year. Cost is
$100 for adults, $50 for students or $225 per family. For information, contact Amy
Wheeler at 737-6800 or e-mail [email protected]
REGISTRATIONS
SVBC Upward Basketball/Cheerleading
Severns Valley Baptist Church is taking registrations for its Upward basketball and cheerleading leagues. The league is open to boys and girls in grades K-8. Registration fee is
$65. Players and cheerleaders must be registered by Thursday. Registration forms can be
picked up at the church (1100 Ring Road) or online at www.severnsvalley.org. For information, contact Roy Cantrall at 765-7822 or [email protected]
VCBC Basketball
Valley Creek Baptist Church is taking applications for its children/youth basketball league
until Thursday. Registration will be held from 7-9 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday at the
church’s family life center. Applications can also be downloaded at www.valleycreekbaptist.org. Cost is $40 per player, and the league is open to kids in grades K-9. For information, call Bruce Hart at 735-5546.
EYB
Elizabethtown Youth Basketball is accepting team registration for the 2011 grade school
league. The league has divisions for sixth-grade boys, sixth-grade girls, fifth-grade boys and
fourth-grade boys. Teams must be comprised of students that attend the same school. For
information, contact Mike Pyles at [email protected] or at 765-5094.
TENNIS NOTICES
Indoor Tennis at Pritchard Community Center
Indoor tennis will be available at Pritchard Community Center starting Nov. 23. Play will be
available from 8:30 a.m.-10 p.m. on Tuesdays and from 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. on selected
Wednesdays. Cost is $20 for 90 minutes. Courts can be reserved the Wednesday before
play and one day in advance for the selected Wednesdays. For information, call 765-5551.
VOLLEYBALL NOTICES
KHVC Tryouts
The Kentucky Heartland Volleyball Club will have tryouts at 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at
the Morningside Elementary School gymnasium. Tryouts are open to ages 12-18. For information, contact Bart Catlett at 300-7533 or [email protected] or Bill Rineker at 401-6057 or
[email protected]
Central KY Volleyball Club
The Central Kentucky Volleyball Club will have tryouts for girls ages 12-15. Tryout dates and
times will be announced at a later date. For information, call Mickey Brangers at 862-3270
or 766-4322.
THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE
SPORTS
B3
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
MLB
Little opposition emerges to expanded playoffs
By RONALD BLUM
AP Sports Writer
ORLANDO, Fla. — Little opposition
has emerged to Major League Baseball expanding its playoffs for 2012 as the sport’s
top officials discussed the concept during
two days of meetings.
While commissioner Bud Selig has yet
to formally propose adding two more
wild-card teams, he said during the World
Series that he was giving the plan serious
consideration.
General managers and owners were
waiting to hear whether Selig would directly address them on the matter today,
when three days of meetings conclude.
“I don’t see any minuses,” Florida
Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria said
Wednesday. “More excitement at the end
of the season. It prolongs the season a little bit, but that’s not a negative for me.”
While Selig hasn’t ruled out proposing
the change for 2011, nearly all baseball officials say the extra round of playoffs
would likely start in 2012. If Selig decides
to go ahead, owners would have to endorse the plan, baseball’s television partners would have to receive it positively
and the players’ association would have to
agree. Union head Michael Weiner says
players are open to the idea.
“I think the more teams you have in it,
the month of September will obviously be
more meaningful,” said Toronto Blue Jays
president Paul Beeston, Selig’s one-time
No. 2. “The minuses — two of them obviously are the integrity of the schedule and
the history of the game, where you know
the best teams always moved forward. But
we really crossed that bridge, didn’t we,
when we went from two teams to four
teams, and then four teams to eight teams?
So that bridge has been crossed. I’ve
changed. I could add more teams.”
In the unusual format of this week’s
meetings, general managers and owners
gathered at the same hotel, while team
business officials met 3¼ miles away at the
hotel in Lake Buena Vista where the winter meetings will be held from Dec. 6-9.
Selig addressed GMs Wednesday as that
group finished, and owners will meet today. The formal sessions were dominated
by preparation for collective bargaining
next year.
Agents for free-agent players also were
on hand striking deals. The Florida
Marlins finalized an $18 million, threeyear contract with catcher John Buck, and
the Detroit Tigers reached a preliminary
agreement on a $16.5 million, three-year
contract with Joaquin Benoit, a deal that
could raise prices for setup relievers.
As for the expanded playoffs, there appears to be more discussion of how to do
it rather than whether to do it.
Many thought a winner-take-all onegame meeting of wild cards in each league
wouldn’t be fair.
“It doesn’t seem right,” Atlanta Braves
chairman emeritus Bill Bartholomay said.
“But people will have to take a look at it.”
Best-of-three could be a middle ground
for the wild-card round. Selig and team officials worry about the World Series ending even later than it current does — it went
into November for the second straight
year, even though the San Francisco
Giants beat Texas in five games.
COLLEGE HOOPS
Villanova tops Boston University; Purdue rolls
The Associated Press
Antonio Pena scored 17 points and
Corey Fisher had 16 to lead No. 6
Villanova to an 82-66 victory over Boston
University in the second round of the NIT
Season Tip-Off on Wednesday night.
The Wildcats (3-0) won their 40th
straight game at The Pavilion, and advanced to the semifinals of the tournament
next Wednesday night at Madison Square
Garden in New York.
John Holland scored 14 points and Jake
O’Brien had 13 for the Terriers (1-2).
Coming off a 37-point win over Marist
on Tuesday, Villanova cruised again. The
Wildcats led by 16 at halftime and were
never seriously challenged.
Pena stole a pass and strolled in for an
uncontested slam to cap an 18-5 run and
give Villanova a 24-12 lead with 8:35 left
in the first half.
NO. 14 PURDUE 103, ALCORN STATE 48.
BENGALS: play
Bills on Sunday
Continued from B1
Though he isn’t sure
about his future with the
Bengals beyond this season, Owens can see himself
continuing to play and produce at 40. It was just like
old times for Owens, who
expressed similar sentiments in Buffalo.
And it was no surprise
that T.O. had an opinion
on the Bills’ quarterbacking
situation after Edwards,
now
a
backup
in
Jacksonville, was benched
BULLDOGS: play
Anderson on Friday
Continued from B1
“It’s getting easier. I think
what has helped is how well
we work together. We talk
and communicate all the
time.”
The Bulldogs have been
an offensive juggernaut this
season. They are averaging
43.8 points a game and
they are pace to break the
mark of 41.5 set by the
2008 squad. They are piling up 451.9 yards a game,
including nearly 320 on the
ground, both of which
would break single-season
records for yards and rushing yards per game.
“I’m extremely proud of
what we’ve done,” Doss
said. “It makes me feel
good and shows me all the
hard work during the
spring and ‘Hog Heaven’
(Owensboro’s
linemen
camp) has paid off. It’s fun
to come into the huddle
and have one of the running backs tell us how great
we’ve been doing.”
Offensive line is the least
attractive position in all of
football. The lineman does
not score touchdowns and
is rarely acknowledged outside of penalties and holding calls. Still, knowledgeable students of the game
recognize that everything
begins “up front” with offensive linemen protecting
junior quarterback Eli
Mitchell and opening holes
for a trio of speedy running
backs in Landon Savoy,
Jeremy
Harness
and
Quensie Brown.
E’Twaun Moore had 19 points, seven assists and six rebounds to help Purdue beat
Alcorn State.
John Hart scored a career-high 16
points and made 4-of-6 3-pointers, Sandi
Marcius had 12 points and eight rebounds
and JaJuan Johnson added 12 points for
the Boilermakers (2-0), who shot 52 percent from the field.
The 55-point win was Purdue’s largest
margin of victory since 1983, when the
Boilermakers beat Tampa, 106-50. The
point total was the highest since 1998,
when Purdue defeated Ohio State, 107-75.
NO. 19 MEMPHIS 94, NORTHWESTERN STATE
79. Wesley Witherspoon had 24 points and
a career-high 12 rebounds, while Will
Barton added 22 points keying a secondhalf rally to help Memphis beat
Northwestern State.
Witherspoon was 5-of-7 from the field
and converted all but one of his 14 free
throws as Memphis (3-0) survived a sec-
after two games and then
released a week later in favor of journeyman Ryan
Fitzpatrick.
“I think it was just going
to be a matter of time,”
Owens said. “I was shocked
at the beginning of the season that Trent was still
named the starter. I think
that coaching staff kind of
recognized that he wasn’t, I
guess, at the level that they
needed him to be.”
Owens has a personal
bias, because he had his
best games with the Bills after Fitzpatrick took over in
November. And that included Owens enjoying a
season-best 197 yards receiving in an 18-15 loss at
Jacksonville. It was a game
in which Fitzpatrick hit him
for a 98-yard touchdown
pass, the longest in team
history.
Edwards, by comparison, was the quarterback
who failed to complete a
pass to Owens in a 27-7 loss
to New Orleans on Sept.
27, ending T.O.’s 185-game
streak that was the third
longest in NFL history.
“I liked Fitz’s demeanor.
I liked his confidence. He
has that type of, you know,
swagger
about
him,”
Owens said. “I knew the
While they might not get
credit for yards or touchdowns, their accomplishments show up in the boxscore.
“They thank us,” Crowe
said. “It makes us feel good
when they come back to us
to thank us. It is a tough
job, a thankless job at times.
But they make us feel important.”
While the offensive line
is probably the least alluring position, probably even
less credit goes to the offensive line coach. Fisher has
molded this line into a solid
unit.
“Our offensive line has
done a tremendous job,”
Harness said. “They make
it easy for us. You could
drive a two-ton truck
through the holes they’re
opening. Coach Fisher has
done a great job with them.
He works with them and
he’s the reason they’re so
good.”
Brown jokes that guards
in the Wing-T are usually
bad fullbacks. But he realizes what he has in Crowe
(6-foot-1, 238 pounds) and
Doss (5-10, 217), who often
are called upon to pull and
clear the way for the halfbacks.
“They’ve improved so
much,” Brown said. “Last
year Patrick would pull and
he would have trouble
blocking in space, which is
tough to do. This year
when he pulls, he’s going to
hit you. He’s so much more
physical. Patrick has grown
by leaps and bounds. Chris
has learned a lot and he’s
made steady progress.”
At tackle, Brown has the
luxury of being able to
keep Hatchell (6-0, 301),
Williams (6-1, 252), Cordell
(6-2, 207) and Holloway (66, 240) fresh. Fisher said he
usually rotates in a new set
of tackles in on every possession.
“All four can play and
they do a good job,” Brown
said. “Nick and Akeem
have experience. Blake has
caught on and Hunter’s
learning. I think it makes
them happy because they
all want to play, and I think
the big thing is it cuts down
on injuries.”
Wagner (6-2, 235) and
Thompson (6-0, 208), who
transferred prior to the season from New York, have
split time at the center position.
“Both of them have
played and both have started,” Brown said. “They’ve
both done a good job for
us.”
The offensive line is the
bottom line in football, the
basis for all things glamorous. The home run pass,
the jitterbug run, the spectacular one-handed catch,
none of it happens without
the mud-and-blood moments played out in the
trenches.
“They are as good as any
we’ve ever had,” Fisher
said. “They work together
and they’re very intelligent.
The biggest thing is they
know what we’re trying to
accomplish and they’re not
afraid to get dirty. They’re
going to do whatever it
takes.”
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ond-half burst by the Demons, who held
the lead with just over 13 minutes left.
Will Pratt finished with 23 points, including 14 in the second half to lead
Northwestern State (1-2). Devon Baker finished with 15 points, while Louis Ellis had
11.
Northwestern, led by Pratt, really put
the pressure on Memphis in the opening
minutes of the second half. Pratt had 11
points in the first 5 minutes to pull the
Demons within 61-57. The Demons would
continue to rally, eventually outscoring
Memphis, 19-4 to take their first lead of the
game at 63-61, when Baker scored inside
with 13:11 remaining.
But Barton answered the Demons’ rally
with 11 straight points, erasing the
Northwestern State advantage. Memphis
eventually rebuilt the lead to double-digits,
and didn’t let the visitors get closer than 10
in the final 7:47.
NO. 24 TENNESSEE 60, MISSOURI STATE 56.
guy could play all along.
I’m not surprised by any
means. He’s doing a great
job.”
Fitzpatrick isn’t surprised by Owens’ production this season. As a former backup in Cincinnati,
Fitzpatrick also provided
Bengals starter Carson
Palmer a few words of advice regarding T.O. last
summer.
“I told Carson, ‘You
want this guy on your team
because he can play,’”
Fitzpatrick said. “So they’re
using him, I guess, like he
should be used, and throwing him the ball like crazy.”
Trae Golden, playing in place of an injured
Melvin Goins, hit a pair of free throws
with 7.2 seconds left and Tennessee beat
Missouri State in the second round of the
NIT Season Tip-Off.
Tennessee (3-0) had a seven-point lead
with 27.9 seconds left off a pair of foul
shots by Cameron Tatum, but Jermaine
Mallett hit a 3-pointer to make it 57-53
with 19.7 seconds left.
Missouri State’s Adam Leonard answered another pair of Tatum free throws
with a 3-point shot to cut the Vols’ lead to
58-56 with 8.3 seconds left. Corey
Copeland fouled Golden hard, sending
him to the floor, but the Bears wouldn’t
score again after his free throws.
Tobias Harris led the Vols with 15
points, and Kyle Weems scored 18 for
Missouri State.
Tennessee advanced to face Virginia
Commonwealth in the semifinals New
York City on Wednesday.
Where Fitzpatrick drew
the line was whether he
would’ve preferred Owens
still be in Buffalo.
“I think everybody understood what it was. They
brought him in for a year
and things didn’t work out
the way everybody wanted
them to work out,”
Fitzpatrick said before noting how well Steve Johnson
has filled Owens’ job as the
No. 2 receiver. “I’m not disappointed I’m throwing to
Steve instead of Terrell. I
guess I can say that.”
Gailey credited Owens
for the season he’s enjoying, but acknowledged the
receiver’s age and production played into the team’s
decision to not re-sign him.
“You do reach the wall,
and it’s a guess on when
guys are going to do that.
And you have to make assumptions with the information that you have at
hand,” Gailey said. “We
didn’t know where (the
wall) was. We knew it was
probably getting close.
Obviously it wasn’t. But we
felt like it was getting
close.”
Gailey also added he
wanted to free up a spot to
allow his younger receivers
to develop.
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SPORTS
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
RECREATION ROUNDUP & BLUEGRASS OUTDOORS
RUNNING: HARDIN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL’S SIXTH ANNUAL RUN FOR FUN! 5K
ELIZABETHTOWN — Results from
Saturday’s sixth annual Hardin Memorial
Hospital Run For Fun! 5K at Freeman Lake
Park:
Overall Female Winners
Lori Schassberger
21:07.2
Vicky Smith
22:39.0
Alex Carter
23:01.5
Overall Male Winners
Dean Roberts
17:39.6
Fred Eaton
18:00.9
Andrew Beams
18:07.0
Female 10 & under
Madi Priddy
27:10.7
Jenna Grogan
28:28.8
Hailey Hoernke
30:55.9
Molly Rovinski
39:55.1
Whitney Hay
40:18.2
Laura Beth Shmthu
44:36.8
Sarah Goodman
51:35.5
Rachel Langford
51:57.4
Male 10 & under
Zavion Jackson
23:03.6
Preston Thomas
25:08.5
Trent Houchin
28:59.1
Devan Gibson
29:51.7
Barrett Gray
32:53.4
Adam McAnally
34:54.3
Samuel McAnally
36:53.7
Phillip Timmreck
39:16.1
Brendon Goodman
44:23.4
Female 11-14
Viktoria Lawson
24:03.8
Julia Lawson
25:03.9
Allison Lee Powers
31:39.9
Erin Gibson
33:57.7
Maci Belfiore
40:56.4
Johnna Langford
41:08.2
Rebecca Isaacs
42:12.0
Mariah Davis
45:32.8
Elisa Argueta
45:33.7
Maddie Uittitow
49:41.8
Hannah Isaacs
52:36.0
Ryan Carmicle
56:40.2
Male 11-14
Christian Wright
18:41.6
Preston Taylor
20:23.2
Patrick Nichols
20:45.2
Miquel Quintana
23:23.2
Reece Brown
23:42.7
Jarrett Mattingly
23:49.3
Zach Waters
24:35.1
Jacob Lawson
27:04.1
Christian Stover
27:22.2
Jensen Martin
29:09.4
Austin Davis
33:18.0
Adam Dale Powers
34:51.5
John Timmreck
35:19.8
Daniel Timmreck
46:45.8
Matthew Kaufield
46:46.5
Logan Rovinski
48:01.1
Brian Marsh
56:41.2
Female 15-19
Kristen Timmreck
24:13.9
Megan Loftin
27:49.0
Rachel Thomas
30:41.0
Kaitlin Calloway
30:51.6
Allison Riney
34:52.6
Melanie Belfiore
40:57.0
Lannah Wheeler
43:39.6
Krissi Emke
45:47.3
Mikale Pryon
54:45.2
Lindsay Edelen
54:55.8
Danielle Fortner
54:56.6
Male 15-19
Chris Goodman
18:29.9
Corey Romino
19:04.3
Scott Willis
20:29.3
Nick Lawson
21:03.2
Chip Freeman
21:23.4
Ken Pryon
54:45.1
James Franz
54:55.5
Female 20-24
Sarah Adkisson
24:05.5
Erin Disselkamp
27:43.7
Sara Markle
28:15.4
Katie Haimann
29:38.8
Jamie Gibson
29:49.6
Rachel Oliver
30:34.9
Tiffany Neuman
31:55.7
Rebecca Smith
33:04.2
Amber Vowels
33:10.7
Keri Gibson
34:01.1
Amy Hardin
36:33.3
Holly Marine
41:22.9
Heather Leigh Gage
50:06.2
Lauren Robertson
50:06.2
Male 20-24
Aaron Smith
23:18.6
Michael Schmidt
24:15.1
Bino Stinson
25:02.4
Blake Milliner
25:48.0
Female 25-29
Mollie Vukelic
23:29.4
Jessica Gray
24:42.7
Ashley Brus
24:59.8
Men’s Top Three
Women’s Top Three
Owensboro’s Dean Roberts, right, was the men’s overall
winner of the sixth annual Hardin Memorial Hospital Run For
Fun! 5K at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown. Fort Knox’s
Fred Eaton, left, was the runner-up, while Elizabethtown’s
Andrew Beams, middle, was third.
Tiffany Avery
Kellie Conley
Trisha Parsons
Nicole Vonbenken
Sarah Johnson
Melissa Lunn
Amanda Whitmer
Andrea Badstibner
Emily Blain
Kristina Alt
Cindy Humphrey
Laura Simpson
Nicole Chadbourne
Holly Cox
Jessica Hockman
Rebecca Wooley
Josie Terry
Ashley Fulkerson
Christy Scott
Stephenie Wright
Melanie Buenaventura
Kimber Hill
Andrea Fackler
Natalie Ising
Male 25-29
Andy Gray
Adam Chadbourne
Steve Wilson
Derek Shawley
Gregory Smith
Jacob Brady
Ryan Preher
William Ottman
John Gray
Stephen Campbell
Chris Marquez
Nicholas Ising
Female 30-34
Lee Anne Robbins
Kelly Shelton
Sarah Sublett
Allison Wagner
Stephanie Cox
Jennifer Bowling
Anna Meade
Jessica Hardesty
Patricia Stack
Jenny Aldridge
Marta Quintana
Kelly Whitsell
Carrie Murray
Angela Stover
Chantel Unseld
Lana Loving
Michelle Bray
Marnie Beckham
25:31.8
25:36.9
27:36.2
27:59.7
28:32.8
28:32.8
28:36.1
29:03.0
29:25.7
29:54.6
30:53.2
30:53.5
31:03.9
31:24.7
32:30.9
32:43.7
35:09.3
35:30.7
36:51.1
45:18.2
48:50.1
49:50.3
49:53.1
53:04.2
21:40.7
22:28.2
23:00.7
23:34.8
24:05.9
24:57.9
25:27.3
25:37.1
26:08.5
30:43.3
39:38.4
53:04.6
24:43.8
26:12.8
26:24.5
26:35.0
27:38.2
27:48.8
27:49.4
27:50.3
28:17.4
28:52.7
29:01.8
30:00.9
30:05.2
30:28.1
30:31.3
31:09.9
31:42.0
32:01.1
Emily Duckworth
Robin Deaton
Betsy Adams
Linda Morgan
Amanda Kauffeld
Felecia Waycroft
Andrea Redmon
April Dones
Laura Hay
Laurie Catlett
Dana Sharpensteen
Katherine Bradley
Cara High
Adrienne Allen
Brianne Bateman
Melissa Geralds
Sabrina Budlone
Sara Marsh
Male 30-34
Reuben Sublett
Shaun Benoit
Tim Vessels
Justin Mylek
Kuben Muraces
Jimmy Coursey
Christian Buenaventura
Adam Terry
Jeff Limjuco
Jerry Dempsey
Michael Hagan
George Shreffler
Tim Elmore
Matt Shelton
Jason Redmon
Nicholas Kauffeld
Daniel Vonbenken
Jon Spratt
Michael Litsey
Mark Deaton
Michael High
Female 35-39
Angela Brown
Sandra Boner
Laura Boozer
Beth Hodges
Leslie Seymour
Ashley Stull
Yazmin Chong
Raimonda McPherson
Shelby Bilbrey
Shannon Grogan
Deana Keith
Monica Clark
Tiffany Ballard
Marianne Sheroan
Sherry Wooden
32:11.0
32:54.9
33:06.0
33:20.7
37:54.5
38:46.5
39:37.8
40:11.6
40:25.2
42:07.3
44:09.1
44:10.2
45:19.3
49:50.7
50:17.4
50:25.0
51:19.5
55:55.8
18:15.1
19:55.4
21:01.8
21:11.9
23:30.8
23:39.1
23:41.5
24:13.0
24:15.8
24:21.0
25:27.7
25:40.3
26:41.4
26:54.4
27:31.1
27:42.7
27:45.3
30:15.1
31:53.0
32:54.9
45:19.6
23:53.9
24:35.0
25:17.8
26:17.6
26:22.7
27:21.5
27:30.9
28:26.5
28:49.0
28:58.8
29:17.1
29:28.0
29:51.5
30:51.7
31:31.5
Battletown’s Lori Schassberger, left, was the women’s overall
winner of the sixth annual Hardin Memorial Hospital Run For
Fun! 5K at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown. Louisville’s
Vicky Smith, middle was the runner-up, while Elizabethtown’s
Alex Carter, right, was third.
Jacqueline Lyons
Amanda Strong
Angela Childress
Pamela Kraan
Teresa Brunner
Christi Lowman
Sarah Timmrick
Tara Chytla
Andrea Nichols
Debra Goodman
Michele Drake
Kim Sweesy
Kennetha Ford
Carrie Skaggs
Joann Muncey
Laura Stinson
Angela Murphy
Melissa Mills
Male 35-39
Ronald Martin
Bruce Wilson
Jeff Adams
Kazim Mohammed
Francisco Muniz
Brian Fellows
Jeffrey Rochford
John Transue
Brian Smith
Scott House
Jeffrey Kozisek
Matt Grogan
Kevin Blankenship
Brian Polson
Anthony Childress
Bronnie Jeffries
Rob Sumrall
Michael Budlone
Ronnie Goodman
Christopher Lynch
Female 40-44
Gina Saylor
Andrea Adcock
Kelly Shepperd
Missy Mills
Marcia Finley
Danette Marie Powers
Carolyn Vance
Dawn Schmidbauer
Michelle Berger
Shannon Riney
Karen Hartman
Sylvia Bennett
Teresa Hoover
Sherry Gabehart
Susan Arnett
Tina Gawarecki
31:49.5
33:12.6
35:17.5
35:23.7
36:53.3
39:08.4
40:38.6
43:44.7
45:30.8
46:27.9
47:31.5
49:51.1
49:53.3
53:00.6
53:11.6
53:28.5
55:25.6
59:13.7
19:28.6
21:57.7
23:21.6
24:04.4
24:28.4
24:30.7
25:02.4
25:30.6
25:47.7
26:29.0
27:44.7
28:28.8
28:39.2
29:07.4
29:26.0
30:37.8
44:36.9
49:49.8
50:34.1
53:10.8
25:27.2
28:37.6
29:14.1
29:17.0
29:45.1
31:00.5
33:21.1
35:00.1
37:25.5
37:46.3
40:12.6
41:38.5
42:14.6
45:02.8
45:21.6
45:45.3
Eva Hernandez
Angie Isaacs
Lori Cracknell
Lynn Cissell
Windy Smith
Male 40-44
Christopher Willis
Mark Woommavovah
Scott McAnally
Greg Lamn
Alan Stewart
Brad Luebbert
Chris Boozer
Tim Hartman
John Kaufield
Eric M McPherson
Steve Bratcher
Gary Andrade
Robert Granberg
Randy Ball
Kenneth Pryor
Timothy Murelly
Alan Ratcliff
Female 45-49
Sheila Wright
Kristi Crume
Cheryl Belfiore
Kim Jones
Nancy Peden
Nancy Kotarski
Tess Smith
Kelley Schuler
Teresa Garrison
Susan Carter
Karen (Not Given)
Dawn Stith
Debbie Horn
Flossie Draper
Lesica Lampkin
Missy Gabehart
Georgina Parsons
Donna Rovinski
Dayna Gibson
Terrie Burgan
Kimberly Renfro
Christy Bailey
Liane Reid
Linda Vittitow
Tonia Hawkins
Lisa Oliver
Male 45-49
Rick Torres
Steve Thomas
Garfield Lyons
Mike Moore
Richard Lawson
50:03.2
52:58.2
53:31.0
54:46.8
59:29.6
19:10.7
19:13.2
19:40.6
21:58.4
23:42.3
23:53.3
24:00.5
24:07.1
24:41.2
24:54.4
25:03.1
26:39.6
31:27.8
32:54.5
36:28.2
55:25.0
59:29.0
23:38.2
24:01.2
24:05.7
25:04.7
25:25.9
26:29.4
30:52.4
31:26.4
31:30.9
31:31.1
33:55.1
34:02.0
35:19.0
38:37.6
38:38.2
45:03.9
46:26.9
46:56.7
48:56.0
49:00.7
49:59.6
52:59.8
53:04.2
54:40.2
54:48.1
58:56.0
19:01.3
20:38.8
22:02.5
24:25.4
25:17.3
Sukarno McPherson
Martin Baumgardner
Mike Bouchard
Jeff Markle
David Gray
Joe Vowels
Robert Bennett
Bryan Smith
Marvin Adams
Peter Hernandez
Marcus Waycraft
George Edelen
Frankie Bailey
Female 50-54
Debbie Biddle
Celeste Lawson
Barbara Johnson
Lisa Franklin
Shalee Stewart
Sherry McGary
Becky Signorino
Marcia Shelton
Kathleen Chadbourne
Eva Sims
Karrie Radzinski
Jeannette Graham-Mcelroy
Denise Vaught
Sandy Spalding
Teresa Thompson
Karen Edelen
Shari Smith
Mary Sims
Rebecca Brown
Rayona Baker
Betty Yundt
Dee Jay Hall
Patricia McFadden
Max Dilbeck
Jo Brangers
Doris Thompson
Male 50-54
Larry Arnett
Dale Eiriksson
John Chadbourne
Larry Vessels
Carl Goff
David Hamilton
Mark Casey
Ed Poppe
Alan Belfiore
Gregory Rouinski
Bill Baker
Jack Dilbeck
Female 55-59
Pam Kincaid
Roxy Doogs
Johanna Sims
Peggy Grimsley
Christy Daugherty
Vennice Furlow1
Mary Lynn Moore
Carolyn Threat
Barbara Kovalchilc
Jolene Black
Ann Hayes
Debbie Spadie11
Glenda Goff
Jacqui Lloyd
Paula Rink
Male 55-59
Roger Giles
Bob Fulkerson
David Schmidt
Darell Paulley
Ron Gombos
Ed King
Arthur Loesevitz
Robert Franklin
Leon Brangers
Jerry Smith
Female 60-64
Rene Bauer
Anelle Morphs
Ernestine Highbaugh
Kathleen Seldomridge
Lou Hatfield
Rita Mills
Male 60-64
Ken Roark
George Bauer
Charles Freeman
William Nash
Gary Downs
Jerry Hatfield
Female 65 & up
Elizabeth Hogue
Helen Gawarecki
Bettye Baumgardner
Patricia Lachance
Margaret Hamilton
Ann Ewart
Male 65 & up
Josef Schroeder
William Gooch
25:29.5
26:59.1
27:06.4
28:14.6
28:40.7
29:18.4
30:36.0
30:53.2
31:55.5
41:38.3
45:19.6
49:59.9
52:59.3
23:42.5
27:05.5
27:50.9
28:17.4
29:47.3
30:23.3
30:59.3
31:26.5
33:22.2
33:48.1
35:19.2
35:42.8
37:22.1
37:55.8
42:30.4
44:41.3
44:59.3
45:30.4
45:54.4
49:55.7
49:57.5
51:14.0
53:04.5
53:07.6
53:38.8
54:02.1
19:46.1
20:46.4
20:51.6
22:56.1
24:31.8
25:10.2
26:10.4
28:06.3
35:58.4
39:56.0
50:38.7
53:06.3
24:43.0
27:01.6
42:46.8
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23:30.3
23:32.0
23:33.6
25:26.4
36:41.8
37:54.1
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39:44.3
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51:06.2
53:30.8
58:55.2
59:13.8
21:16.7
25:00.0
26:19.2
33:35.7
52:09.7
53:10.9
39:49.7
45:44.9
48:53.3
54:17.1
59:32.5
59:32.5
27:42.1
52:49.8
FOOTBALL: NHYFL SUPER BOWL FINALISTS
NHYFL Major Division Champs
NHYFL Minor Division Champs
The Steelers won the North Hardin Youth Football League’s major division championship.
Pictured front row, from left, are Tre’Von Gibson, Isaac Davis, Keemonney Davis, Jacy Foushee,
Frank Boyd, Keith Dickey, Quanterrial Parmes Jr. and Lorenzo Willis. Pictured second row are
Chase Church, Marc Brown, Cameron Taitano, Martin Marlin, Shantez Champion, Deonte
Kelley, Noah Brown and Dominque Salgado. Pictured back row are coaches Tony Little, Ernest
Little, Lorenzo Foushee and Darius Knott. Not pictured are players Jamal Frye, Sergio Gibson,
Micah Green and Dominique Pittman.
The Panthers won the North Hardin Youth Football League’s minor division championship. Pictured
front row, from left, are Corey Lehman, Keith Gete Jr., Jailyn Monroe, Dezmond Ryan, Dominic
Hope, Demetric Curry Jr. and Markeilu Hall. Pictured second row are Micah Parmes, Devonte
Lemafa, Jerome McKinney Jr., Michael Lunz II, Nigel Martin, Darian Green and Tyson Riley. Pictured
back row is coach Quanterrial Parmes Sr. Not pictured are coaches Clyde Blocker, Maurice Green
and Charles Luster and players Ethan Barkes, Anton Blocker, Clyde Blocker IV, Robert Dawson III,
Zacharious Kent, L.J. Lancaster, Curtis Lane III, Jalen Sharps and Justin Wright.
NHYFL Major Division Runner-Ups
NHYFL Minor Division Runner-Ups
The Rams finished second in the North Hardin Youth Football League’s major division. Pictured
front row, from left, are Isaiah Bankhead, Isaac Nichols, Anthony Witherspoon, Kenneth
Rhodes, Devin Wheatley, Zachary Graves, Tavius McNair and Shauntrai Williams. Pictured
second row are Devin Dugger, Kendall Lincoln Jr., Carlos Hill Jr., Steven Livers Jr., Zachary Gray,
DeAnte Cross, Steven Taylor and Tony Casper. Pictured back row are coaches Ben Hearn, Bill
Thomas, Carlos Hill, Travis McNair and Jeff Land. Not pictured are players Mark Bryan,
DeWayne Carl, Austin Maddox, Jacob Perry and Trey Peterson and coach Arnold Blizzard.
The Vikings were second in the North Hardin Youth Football League’s minor division. Pictured
front row, from left, are Rodney Hixon Jr., Jeremiah Bankhead, LaMariel Johnson, Kobe Nikolao,
Xavier Hixon, Daniel Schultz, Byron Fraley, Caleb Fitzgerald, Robert Johnson and Joshua
Barnes. Pictured second row are Sulaiman Bell, Robert Hope Jr., Kamryn Robinson, Jacob
Copeland, Tamarius Davis, Christian Johnson, Timothy Chon, Jared Depping, Lorenzo Boyd and
Nathan Ymata. Pictured back row are coaches Rodney Hixon, Isaac Bankhead and Steven
Livers. Not pictured are coach Leaiseigoa Nikolao and player Jawaun Carter.
BOWLING: DIX-E-TOWN LANES RESULTS
TUESDAY MORNING SENIOR
WEEKLY STANDINGS
We Can
34-14
ABC’s
31.5-16.5
Big Blue
28-20
Hit & Miss
28-20
Mixed Nuts
27-21
Seven Ups
26-22
Mystery Bowlers
25.5-22.5
Wild Cats
23-25
Roller Coasters
21-27
Pin Pals
17-31
Four Friends
14-34
WEEKLY RESULTS
High Game (Men)
Darrell Risinger
217-189-171
David Knoop
207-190-173
Bobby Bell
202-171-162
Jack Decker
200-177
Gwen Carlson
198-193-167
Doug Thompson
191-169
Joe Hagan
189-176-160
Bill Kegerreis
188-187-151
Billy Taylor
179-164
Bill Noe
173-161-160
John Amos
170
Randy Langley
160-159
R.B. Smith
154-154
High Game (Women)
Connie Denney
188-186-150
Jewell Fible
177
Oleta Money
176-140
Fran Hendrick
161-152
Sue Parrett
163-157-148
Louise Neaderhiser
162
Betty Meredith
157
Kathy Tucker
152-145
Bo Decker
149-142
Chris Cantwell
147
Pearl Bell
145
MONDAY NIGHT CHURCH LEAGUE
WEEK 12 STANDINGS
70 x 7
56-40
New Hope Gutterdusters
55-41
The Crusaders
53-43
Strikes R Us
50-46
Holy Rollers
50-46
Wild Fire
44-52
The Pin Collectors
40-56
Strike Force
36-60
WEEK 12 RESULTS
High Game (Men)
Leo Hobbs
202
Bob Hack
196
Gary Davis
190
Mel McDowell
189
Terry Spalding
183
Jeff Miller
183
High Game (Women)
Gayle Rightmyer
181-144
Barbara Colville
159-144
Lemora Washington
154
Debbie Keffer
145
Sue Carlin
144
High Series (Men)
Leo Hobbs
540
Gary Davis
523
Bob Hack
516
Mel McDowell
512
Dan Persful
497
Clayton Bastian
472
High Series (Women)
Gayle Rightmyer
446
Barbara Colville
430
Sue Carlin
414
DIX-E-WOMEN’S LEAGUE
WEEKLY STANDINGS
The Golden Girls
28-16
Pin Busters
23-21
Uncle Dan’s Pawn
22-22
Team Jacob
21-23
Funky Bunch
19-25
E’town Laundry
19-25
WEEKLY RESULTS
High Game
Lucy Ash
202-156
Beverly Money
201-172-159
Karen Keith
200-183-180
Deana Barnett
199-160
Kelly Martin
180-163
Jessica Pickerell
179-170-167
Dorothy Brown
179-160
Janet Lanz
173
Linda Maree
168-151
Cindy Strait
167
Lori Strait
166
Sandy Deel
165
Diana Bennett
163-150
Mary Stroud
161
Norma Bliss
161
Benita Clark
158
Kathy Vandygrift
156
Karen Persful
156-153
High Series
Karen Keith
563
Beverly Money
532
Jessica Pickerell
516
Deana Barnett
486
Lucy Ash
484
Kelly Martin
472
Karen Persful
456
Mary Stroud
456
Dorothy Brown
452
EARLY BIRDS MIXED LEAGUE
WEEKLY STANDINGS
Rocky Mountains
34-14
Oldies But Goodies
31-17
Easy Money
30-18
Jethro’s Buddies
30-18
BLKR
27-21
Comcast
23-25
Bad Draw
21-27
Bowl Around Us
21-27
Thompson Trucking
20-28
That’s The Brakes
20-28
Spare Us
19-29
WEEKLY RESULTS
High Game (Men)
Jack Decker
237-233-182
Bob Helvey
232-214-196
Bobby Ash
222-212-201
Lee Ferguson
217-185
Bob Ash
207
David Knoop
203-180
Doug Thompson
201
Bob Dotts
194-183
Kyle Harrell
193
Bob Hack
189
Bob Money
189
Steven McHorney
187
Richard Sendejas
183
Dean Hiza
180
High Game (Women)
Dawn Ferguson
212-193
Starla Miller
207-181
Tonya Leasor
189-187-185
Kelly Martin
189
Terry McHorney
177
Amanda Logsdon
176
Marci Kauffeld
176
Ann Heizer
173
Mary Stroud
172
Beverly Money
171
Susan Grimes
171
Becky Harrell
171
Lucy Ash
171-168
Kathy Vandygrift
164
High Series (Men)
Bob Helvey
653
Jack Decker
652
Bobby Ash
635
Dave Knoop
576
Lee Ferguson
568
High Series (Women)
Tonya Leasor
561
Dawn Ferguson
551
Starla Miller
537
Lucy Ash
489
Kelly Martin
488
Terry McHorney
470
Becky Harrell
457
Beverly Money
454
SUNDAY NIGHT MIXED LEAGUE
WEEK 13 STANDINGS
4 Fun
35-17
Boot Country
33.5-16.5
The Braves
32-20
LYT
29.5-22.5
Snack Time Vending
29-23
Curvy’s
28-24
Split Happens
27.5-24.5
Jungle Fever
27-25
Domino’s
26-26
The Dozier Co.
26-26
Little Steps LCC
25.5-26.5
Energizers
25-27
Boss Products
24-28
Perry’s Tools
23.5-28.5
Late Bloomers
23.5-28.5
Horns and Halos
23-29
The Misfits
22.5-29.5
Eye Don’t Care
14.5-37.5
WEEK 13 RESULTS
High Game (Men)
Tony Elmore
246
Bryan Barner
235-207-192
Sid Brigman
232-194
James Stroud
225-208-191
Joe Smith
225
Danny Camebell
223
Billy Anderson
223
Mario Monaco
218-202
Bill Herman
214-206-192
James Westmoreland
208-191
Chuck Crum
207
Kenny Monnette Jr.
200
Bobby Younts
199
George Wever
195
Victor Philpot
194
Dave Pratt
194-191
Ronnie Outland
193
High Game (Women)
Tosha Graham
207-176-157
Kelly Martin
196
Stephenie Wright
194
Diane Watts
191-165-155
Siobhan Monaco
186
Annette Anderson
182-169-158
Pattie Graves
177
Kim Chatoney
176-168-150
Kathy Myers
175-160
Cheryl Bruce
169
Tanya Major
169-154
Jessica Elmore
162-155
Lyndi Cushman
162
Jennifer Harrison
161-159
Leslie Jarvis
160
Mary Stroud
157
Linda Atcher
151
High Series (Men)
Bryan Barner
632
James Stroud
624
Bill Herman
612
Tony Elmore
605
Sid Brigman
583
Mario Monaco
580
James Westmoreland
567
Dave Pratt
556
Kenny Monnette Jr.
554
Danny Camebell
551
Charley Jarvis
550
High Series (Women)
Tosha Graham
540
Diane Watts
511
Annette Anderson
509
Kim Chatoney
494
Kelly Martin
487
Kathy Myers
478
Siobhan Monaco
474
Tanya Major
470
Stephenie Wright
464
Jennifer Harrison
453
Jessica Elmore
452
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SPORTS
B5
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
NASCAR
GOLF
DANICA FEELING DISAPPOINTED AS A DRIVER Woods enters a
Patrick frustrated
by results in first
NASCAR season
rebuilding stage
The Associated Press
By STEVEN WINE
The Associated Press
MIAMI BEACH, Fla.
— With a handshake as firm
as a wrench, Danica Patrick
greets a guest, then quickly
takes a seat on the couch in
her 18th-floor hotel suite.
The windows look south
upon the ocean meeting a
sun-splashed beach, but
Patrick doesn’t give a
glance. Now that she has
reached the pinnacle of her
sport in popularity, she’s often too busy to enjoy the
view.
Patrick’s always going
200 mph, and it’s by choice.
This year she added 13
Nationwide dates to her
IndyCar schedule, and she
concludes
her
rookie
NASCAR season this weekend an hour south of South
Beach at Homestead-Miami
Speedway.
The results, she concedes, have left her crying
on a few friendly shoulders.
Her average Nationwide
finish has been 29th. She
has yet to crack the top 20
and in the past four races
settled for 36th, 30th, 27th
and 32nd.
“I give myself A’s and F’s
all the time,” Patrick said.
“I’m feeling comfortable in
the car now. Just the simple
things of how to start the
car, all the fans, different
things — that’s so much less
overwhelming to me than it
was in the first couple of
months. This race stretch
has been good to get comfortable. Unfortunately we
haven’t had the results.”
The poor showings have
weighed on Patrick on and
off the track.
“Usually it’s more like
sadness and frustration that
comes out in the form of
crying on a shoulder,” she
said. “It’s hard. I want to do
well. I want to impress people. I want to show I can do
it.”
Patrick denies she’s
stretched too thin, and rejects the idea she should
have honed her stock-car
skills in lower series than
Nationwide.
“I don’t think I bit off
more than I can chew at
all,” she said. “Nationwide
J. PAT CARTER/The Associated Press
Days before the season-ending race and championship, Danica Patrick poses for photos and
discusses her current auto racing season during a Wednesday interview in Miami Beach, Fla.
was where I wanted to go
and where everyone recommended I go as well.
Drivers told me to do it.”
Despite a series of disappointing finishes, business
remains brisk. Patrick continues to take advantage of
her popularity with lucrative endorsement deals and
also finds time for community service. She conducted
a series of interviews
Wednesday to promote
awareness of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, encouraging people to
get screened for the illness
via
the
website
DRIVE4COPD.com.
Patrick said her expanded racing schedule gives her
an expanded audience.
“I’m racing more, so I’m
in the news every weekend,” she said. “You’re on
TV more. There has been
more interest, and more opportunities. It has helped
with the awareness of my
brand.”
Patrick will move her
base of operations from the
oceanfront suite on bustling
South Beach to a tour bus in
sleepy Homestead for
NASCAR’s final weekend
of the year.
She said she’s comfortable in either setting.
“I fit in kind of anywhere,” said Patrick, who
grew up in Roscoe, Ill. “I really enjoy cooking and playing card games and board
games. That’s smalltown.
But I love getting dressed
up. I love going to an amazing restaurant and eating
some great food and drinking some wonderful wine
and being kind of on the
scene. I think it’s good to
have both.”
On her last visit to
Homestead-Miami
Speedway seven weeks ago,
Patrick took second place in
the IndyCar race. She’ll try
to finish her rookie
NASCAR year on a positive note with a more aggressive approach developed after a few months of
rubbing fenders.
She tangled at Dover
with James Buescher and
wrecked, and last week at
Phoenix she bumped with
Alex Kennedy for several
laps.
“That’s what she’s got to
do,” said crew chief Tony
Eury Jr. “It’s a give-and-take
out there, and the only way
she’s going to get respect
from other guys is (for
them) to know she’s going
to retaliate and she’s not going to take it. She did the
right thing. She got her
point across. She’ll have to
do more of it.”
Patrick said the contact is
partly a result of driving in
tighter quarters as her car
becomes more competitive.
It’s also a matter of doing
what every race-car driver
does: putting your foot
down.
“Earning respect doesn’t
just come in the form of being nice to somebody,” she
said. “It also comes from
standing up for yourself.
You have to say enough is
enough. I did a little bit of
that Saturday. Probably
more is in order. I don’t
plan on getting pushed
around. I’m not the type
that does, especially when I
have fenders now. It’s time I
make sure I stand up for
myself.”
She’ll be back in 2011,
once again running a parttime Nationwide schedule
and a full IndyCar schedule. The next stop for her
tour bus: Daytona in
February.
“Like most old people,
we’ll camp out in Florida
for the winter,” she said
with a smile.
Perhaps Patrick will get a
little rest and a chance to savor some scenery.
Crew chiefs dissect the strengths of their drivers
By JENNA FRYER
The Associated Press
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — When
Chad Knaus was asked what Jimmie
Johnson does better than championship challengers Denny Hamlin
and Kevin Harvick, the crew chief
didn’t hold back.
“I think Jimmie ultimately is a better race car driver than both of those
two,” Knaus said of the four-time defending champion.
Ouch.
But Knaus wasn’t being drawn into
the trash-talking that has permeated
the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship the last two weeks. He was
simply speaking what he believes to
be true about Johnson, who is not the
points leader heading into the season
finale for the first time since 2005.
Johnson trails Hamlin by 15 points
going into Sunday’s race at
Homestead-Miami Speedway, making it the closest championship battle
since the Chase format began in 2004.
Harvick sits third, 46 points back and
well within striking distance.
The crew chiefs for the three championship contenders were asked this
week what their driver does better
than the other two, and what they
wish their driver did as well as the others. Their answers were, not surprisingly, all in support of their own guys:
MIKE FORD ON HAMLIN. In his first
few seasons in Cup, Hamlin had a tendency to blame his team both over the
radio and in the press. He blasted pit
road mistakes and parts failures, constantly throwing his team under the
bus with no regard to consequences.
It came to a head in a testy meeting
two seasons ago, and Hamlin has
done a much better job since.
“Denny’s strong suit in the car this
year has been that he stays calm,”
Ford said. “I think that’s Jimmie’s
strong suit, he stays calm and works
through issues. I don’t know that he
learned that from Jimmie, but I think
that he saw that as the right thing to
do. Very difficult to do when you’re an
emotional person. He does that, (but)
I won’t say better than ( Johnson).
So what does Hamlin do better
than Johnson?
It’s a push, Ford said.
“It’s almost, in my opinion, a mirror, of the two,” Ford said.
That calmness in the car gives both
drivers an edge over Harvick, who is
usually good for at least one blowup a
race on his team radio. But Ford envies Harvick’s aggression.
“I think Denny stays calm in the
car more than Kevin does, (but) I
think they’re very aggressive,” Ford
said. “I think they find a way to sneak
something out at the end of the day.
They’ll take chances whereas we
won’t necessarily take those.”
KNAUS ON JOHNSON. Knaus came
out swinging when asked the same
question. In a head-to-head match, he
firmly believes his driver is just flat
better than everybody else.
The pairing of Johnson and Knaus,
who is considered one of the best
crew chiefs in NASCAR history, is
widely considered to be a huge factor
in the success of their race team. But
Johnson’s smarts and skills are often
overlooked, and Knaus thinks there’s
nobody better behind the wheel.
“I think week in and week out
Jimmie does a better job of racing
then the other guys do as far as passing cars and whatnot,” Knaus said.
Listening to their communication
during a race, Johnson does a great
job of staying loose and allowing
Knaus to dictate the ebbs and flows.
They pulled it off perfectly last week
at Phoenix, when Knaus figured out
that Hamlin would have to stop to
fuel.
He then coaxed Johnson over the
final 25 laps into conserving enough
gas to get to the finish.
“I think I rely a lot on his race
savvy to be able to race,” Knaus said.
Despite their glowing resume, the
crew chief doesn’t believe Johnson is
perfect and has an obvious area to improve.
“Jimmie isn’t the best qualifier,
never really has been,” Knaus said.
GIL MARTIN ON HARVICK. There’s nobody tougher than Martin’s driver,
the crew chief said, and Harvick has
proved since his first season that he
can handle any situation.
Thrown into Dale Earnhardt’s seat
following the NASCAR star’s death in
the 2001 Daytona 500, Harvick
weathered the difficult situation better
than anyone imagined possible for a
rookie thrust into such an intense
spotlight. In the years since, he’s often
found himself as the antagonist off the
race track and a master at manipulating the emotions of his competition.
With nothing to lose and everything to gain Sunday, Martin believes
Harvick is the best driver to be
thrown into the fire.
“I think he works his best under
these kinds of conditions,” Martin
said. “Head games will not bother him
because he’s one of the best that there
is at playing head games to start with.
I’m very happy that we have a driver
with that strong of a mental aspect
about him going into this race.”
The ups and downs at Richard
Childress Racing have prevented
Harvick from being a consistent contender, but the team has stormed back
onto the scene this season and
Harvick dominated the points standings during the regular season.
So Martin deferred on what he
wishes his driver could do better because, as far as he’s concerned, the
team has been the bigger problem
over the years.
“The thing I wish that we had
would be the four rings that Jimmie
Johnson has,” Martin said. “That
means we would have done the things
we needed to have done the past four
years. As far as the driver, I wouldn’t
swap him for anybody right now.”
Newsweek posted an op-ed piece by Tiger
Woods on Wednesday titled, “How I’ve
Redefined Victory.” He is scheduled to be a guest
for two segments today on ESPN Radio’s “Mike
& Mike in the Morning.”
As he approaches the one-year anniversary of
a Thanksgiving night car accident that wrecked
his image, these are some of the signs that Woods
is entering a rebuilding stage.
“It’s a positive step for him,” said Mark
Steinberg, his agent at IMG. “He’s making the effort to do some things different.”
Woods has had a Twitter account since June
2009 — his sign name, “Tiger Woods” was secured
about a year before that — but the only tweets
were to announce his Twitter page, Facebook
page and a redesign of his website.
Then came a tweet at 11:08 a.m. Wednesday:
“What’s up everyone. Finally decided to try out
twitter!”
Woods had just over 90,000 followers until that
tweet. Within 3 hours, he had added over 40,000
more followers, adding them by the thousands
each hour. A person confirmed that he was typing
the tweet himself, and Woods added this: “Yep, it’s
me. I think I like this twitter thing. You guys are
awesome. Thanks for all the love.”
PEBBLE BEACH INVITATIONAL. Annika Sorenstam
will make a rare pro tournament appearance today when she participates in the Pebble Beach
Invitational.
The annual event held at Pebble Beach,
Spyglass Hill Golf Course and Del Monte Golf
Course, is the only head-to-head, 72-hole competition among the men and women who compete
on the four major professional tours.
Sorenstam retired from the LPGA Tour following the 2008 season, and she hasn’t won since the
Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open on the Asian Pro Tour
on Nov. 2, 2008. Six months earlier, Sorenstam
won the last of her 72 LPGA titles at the Michelob
Ultra Open at Kingsmill in Virginia.
Since her retirement, Sorenstam has played
sporadically in invitational and charity tournaments. She finished tied for 12th on Oct. 12 in the
Mission Hills Star Trophy in China.
HONG KONG OPEN. John Daly’s dramatic weight
loss might help him get around the golf course a
little easier, but it hasn’t come without its problems.
After dropping more than 100 pounds, the twotime major winner said this week that he’s still trying to get used to his new weight of 195.
“The biggest problem has been my putting because I’ve got nowhere to put my elbows. I used
to be able to put my elbows on my love handles
and putt pretty good. Now they’re all over the
place,” Daly said. “It’s taken a while to get used to
this, but I know it’s for the better for me and hopefully the results will come pretty soon.”
The popular Daly begins play today in the $2.5
million Hong Kong Open. He’s hoping to return
to form against an impressive European Tour field
that features reigning U.S. Open champion
Graeme McDowell, as well as Ryder Cup stars
Rory McIlroy, Ian Poulter and Miguel Angel
Jiminez.
After an injury-plagued season, the 44-year-old
American is confident his game has improved
enough to allow him to challenge for the $405,000
first prize.
“It’s been a tough year with injuries,” Daly
said. “I’ve had my shoulder put back in place
probably about five times this year — I’ve had it
popped back in before I came over — but the ball
striking has been great.
“I probably have made more cuts this year on
tour than I ever have, but just didn’t do anything
on the weekends,” he added. “I’m looking forward to a good week and I’m feeling good.”
TENNIS
Moya calls it a career
The Associated Press
MADRID — Former French Open champion
Carlos Moya retired from tennis Wednesday, ending a 15-year career because of a nagging foot injury.
The former No. 1 said differing medical opinions on resolving the lingering right foot injury
had left him with little option but to retire.
“It’s not how I dreamt of ending my career,”
the 34-year-old Spaniard said during an emotional news conference.
Moya said he knew it was time after his last
match, a 6-0, 6-2 loss to Benjamin Becker at the
Madrid Masters in May.
“I wanted to play the big tournaments and say
goodbye, but I got to the Madrid tournament and
I still wasn’t 100 percent, but motivation pushed
me on,” Moya said. “But I realized with that
match that the moment had arrived.”
Moya won 20 ATP titles, including the 1998
French Open. He lost to Pete Sampras in the 1997
Australian Open final. His last victory came in
Croatia in 2007.
Moya was also member of Spain’s 2004 Davis
Cup-winning team and he was an early training
partner of Rafael Nadal. Both hail from the island
of Mallorca.
Former players Manolo Santana, Albert Costa
and Carlos Costa were all on hand for the announcement.
“I’ll keep on with my gym in Mallorca. I have
a sports business and I’ll dedicate more time to
my wife, my daughter and my family (now),”
Moya said. “I’ll definitely miss tennis, however.”
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2 CATS - calico cat is beautiful,
friendly,
loving,
spayed, female, about 2 yrs
old, free to a good home.
One is a beautiful, 4 month
old female kitten, orangish
tan color, free to a good
home. Comes with some
food. 270-317-1800.
ADORABLE
LHASO
APSO male, 1 yr. old, to a
good home. Call (270)
312-1594.
AMERICAN BULLDOG,
adult, female, needing good
loving
home.
Call
270-369-0070
ANIMAL REFUGE CENTER trying to adopt adorable kittens & puppies into
good loving homes. Very
reasonable adoption fee
which includes: spay & neuter & all vaccinations. For
more information call (270)
877-6064.
BLUE HEELER - Has been
neutered, needs room to
run. He is friendly, but
doesn’t like other dogs
around him when he is eating. Call (270) 769-1035.
CAT AND 6 KITTENS
FREE TO GOOD HOMES.
Call 270-531-7590.
IRISH
WOLF
&
HUSKY/SCHNAUZER mix
dog, 9 months old. Loves
children. Very spoiled &
very well behaved. Is current on all shots. Call (270)
319-4661.
JACK
RUSSELL,
“Snoopy”, 2 years old,
needing good home, room
to run, and kids to play with.
Call 270-369-0070.
LARGE BOOKCASE and
twin
mattresses
708-351-1464
MALE JACK RUSSELL
mix,
approximately
9
months old, free to good
home.
Call
Helen
270-268-3940
SHIH TZU TERRIER MIX 8 months old, really energetic & good with children.
Needs good home. Call
(270) 505-0243
CHIHUAHUA - tan & white
in color, name is Charlie.
Lost Thursday, June 27,
2008 in the Tom Brown Estates area. About 10-12
lbs. Wearing a flea collar.
(270) 828-5019. Reward.
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SATURN SL 2 -1999$2,195. Radcliff Auto Sales
Inc., 270-351-4585.
BMW -2003- $10,995. Call
Pinkham Lincoln Mercury,
270-737-2460.
VW JETTA - 2008 - leather,
sunroof, $17,995. Call Herb
Jones,
1-800-609-2277,
765-2123.
CADILLAC CTS 2003$12,944. Call 44 Auto Mart,
502-331-0171.
CADILLAC DTS, -2010$36,988. Dan
Powers
Chevrolet, (270) 756-5212.
ORANGE MALE CAT Lost in the Main St., E’town
area. Family pet, kids are
heartbroken. No questions
asked. Please call (270)
360-3308. REWARD OFFERED!
RED COMB - Lost at
T-Mart. I do want it back.
Call (270) 352-2160.
REWARD IF FOUND.
Black dog medium/large.
Blue collar white spot on
chest answers to Buddy.
White Mills area (270)
862-9046, (270) 723-2287
SET OF KEYS found Hwy
220 and Deckard School
Road. Name on key chain
please call to identify
270-763-7796.
CHEVY CORVETTE -2003$27,944. Call 44 Auto Mart
at 502-348-4187.
DODGE CHARGER SRT
-8 -2007- $28,944. Call 44
Auto Mart, 502-331-0171.
BMW
328xi
-2007$24,995. Call Pinkham Lincoln
Mercury,
(270)
737-2460.
CHEVY COBALT - 2010 loaded,
$24,988. Dan
Powers Chevrolet, (270)
756-5212.
FORD EDGE LTD - 2008 $23,746. Bob Swope Ford,
270-737-1000.
INFINITI G35X -200722,995. Call Pinkham Lincoln
Mercury,
270737-2460.
TOYOTA AVALON - 2008 Limited, leather, loaded,
$21,488. Call Alex Montgomery, (270) 465-8113.
CADILLAC CTS - 2007 $18,995. Call Herb Jones,
1-800-609-2277, 765-2123.
DIAMOND RING - round
cluster, had 18 or 19 little
diamonds in it. Lost it on
Vine Grove parade route.
Please call 270-877-5971 if
found. $$$ REWARD $$$
LAB and Burmese Mountain dog mixed, male, neutered, great dog, needs
good home, good with children and other animals,
needs fenced in yard.
270-352-2011
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BOSTON TERRIER - medium, size dog, black &
white, male, was wearing a
red collar. Lost in the vicinity of Buttercup Ct. & S.
Woodland Ave., in Radcliff.
REWARD!
Call
(270)
351-4232.
CHOW RETRIEVER MIX,
female, 6-7 years old, family
pet, can’t keep on post,
loves children, gets along
with cats and other dogs,
but thinks she’s the alpha
dog. Spayed, current on
shots, housebroken. Looking for a great home. Call
Pam at 270-272-7698.
In observance of the
The Ne
BLACK AND BROWN medium size female dog. Answers to Rosie. Has a collar with a pink heart tag.
Family pet. Lost in the Upton, Talley Oak Hill Road
area since 10-7-10. Contact 270-324-3218
CADILLAC STS - 2007 V8, loaded, $17,995. Call
Herb
Jones,
1-800-609-2277, 765-2123.
CHEVY IMPALA -2010$16,988. Call Dan Powers
Chevrolet, 270-756-5212
CHEVY
IMPALA
LT,
-2010- $15,900. Call Meredith Auto Sales, (270)
524-5566.
DIAMOND RING- lost on
Nov 11, maybe at the bowling lanes in E’town. Please
call if found 270-765-7013.
Reward offered.
BROWN
CHIHUAHUA
LOOKING dog, wearing
collar. Found on Nicholas
St. near dog pound. Call
(270) 766-4079.
CAT- older neutered orange
cat, found Freeman Lake
area, very sweet, and wants
to be indoors, please call to
identify or adopt (603)
828-8599. E’town.
HIMALAYAN male? Cream
colored with brown on tail
and little bit on ears & face;
very healthy & loving.
Found off of Clover Lane by
St John Rd & EW James.
Call 270-723-1179
SOLID BLACK with collar,
found on Helm St right behind Rosey Posey in a parking lot. Call 270-723-1179.
CADILLAC
DEVILLE
-1990- 175,433 miles. $800.
Call 270-300-8745.
DODGE AVENGER SXT 2010 Loaded, super sharp,
$14,550. Pinkham Lincoln
Mercury. 270-737-2460.
FORD F150 -1996- 64K miles, green, new tires, good
condition, V8, power door
locks & power windows,
$4,500. Call 270-351-5736,
FORD F150 -1997- 136K
miles, black, ext cab, solid
body, 4WD, 4.6 liter V8,
nearly-new tires, Flow Master dual exhaust, $5500
OBO. Call 270-900-1061 or
859-582-9641.
FORD MUSTANG GT 2010 - $24,479. Bob Swope
Ford, 270-737-1000.
FORD TAURUS LTD 2010- $27,658. Bob Swope
Ford, 270-737-1000.
MERCURY MONTEGO 2007, loaded, $14,995. Call
Herb
Jones,
1-800-609-2277, 765-2123.
CHEVY
IMPALA
LTZ
-2007- $15,988. Call Dan
Powers GE Center at
270-756-5212.
CHEVY
MALIBU
LT,
-2009$15,988.
Dan
Powers Chevrolet, (270)
756-5212.
CHEVY 2500 X CAB
-2002- 4x4. $10,944. Call
44
Auto
Mart,
502-543-5012
CHEVY COBALT- 2009$10,900.
Call
Hardin
Motors, 270-737-9811.
CHEVY COBALT - 2009 - 2
door automatic, $10,995.
Call
Herb
Jones
(270)765-2123
CHEVY COBALT - 2009 loaded, $11,998. Call Alex
Montgomery,
(270)
465-8113.
CHEVY IMPALA SS 2006, loaded. $10,995. Call
Alex Montgomery, (270)
465-8113
CHEVY MALIBU - 2008 44,477 miles, $11,995. Call
Herb Jones (270) 765-2123
CHRYSLER 300 -2005$14,944. Call 44 Auto Mart,
502-331-0171.
DODGE CHARGER -2008$14,944. Call 44 Auto Mart
at 502-348-4187.
FORD MUSTANG GT 2004, $12,944. 44 Auto
Mart, 502-543-5012.
HONDA ACCORD LX,
-2007$13,995.
Call
Pinkham Lincoln Mercury,
(270) 737-2460.
MERCURY
MARQUIS
-2005$10,995.
Call
Pinkham at 270-737-2460.
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 2006, loaded, $12,500. Call
Alex Montgomery, (270)
465-8113
TOYOTA CAMRY -2004$10,495. Call Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc. 270-351-4585
BMW 3 SERIES 325i2001- $7,549. Bob Swope
Ford, 270-737-1000.
BUICK CENTURY - 2005 V6, 1 owner, $7,995. Call
Herb Jones (270)765-2123
DODGE AVENGER - 2010
- $16,987. Bob Swope Ford,
270-737-1000.
CHEVY CAMARO -2002$6,444. Call 44 Auto Mart,
502-348-4187.
FORD FUSION SEL 2007, V6, extra sharp,
$15,844. Call 44 Auto Mart,
(502) 239-4481.
CHEVY CAVALIER LS
-2004- 98k miles, $5,250.
Call Meredith Auto Sales,
270-524-5566.
FORD
FUSION
SEL,
-2007- $16,700. Call Meredith Auto Sales, (270)
524-5566.
CHEVY
COBALT
LS
-2006- $8,995. Call Hardin
Motors, 270-737-9811.
LEXUS ES330, -2006$18,944. Call 44 Auto Mart,
(502) 239-4481.
NISSAN ALTIMA -2008$15,944. Call 44 Auto Mart
at 502-348-4187.
NISSAN CUBE -2009$18,995. Call Pinkham Lincoln
Mercury,
270-737-2460
NISSAN ROGUE -2008$15,995. Call Pinkham Lincoln
Mercury,
270-737-2460
PONTIAC
G6
-2010$16,988. Call Dan Powers
GM Center 270-756-5212.
PONTIAC GTO 2004 6
Speed Manual with, AFR
Racing heads, Aftermarket
Cam, Water Pump, Throttle
Body, Intake, Headers and
Custom Exhaust, Mass Airflow Sensor, MSD Wires,
Nitto Dragsters in the back
and brand new tires in the
front, Black with Red
leather interior, Aftermarket
wheels, 72,000 miles.
$16,000 call 270-505-6918
VW
BEETLE
-2010$17,995. Call Pinkham Lincoln
Mercury,
270737-2460.
2000 DODGE STRATUS
150,000 miles, phantom
blue customized paint job
and matching rims, tinted
window, 4 extra winter tires,
great condition, $3,500.
Call leave message will return after 5pm with additional information (270)
351-7321
FORD T-BIRD
-1996$1,995. Call Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc. 270-351-4585
MAZDA PROTEGE, -2001$3,995. Hardin Motors,
(270) 737-9811.
NISSAN MAXIMA -1999$3,995. Call Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc. 270-351-4585
HYUNDAI ELANTRA -2009
$11,995 Call Pinkham Lincoln
Mercury,
270-737-2460
CHEVY AVEO LS - 2007 5 door, 1 owner. $9,995.
Call Herb Jones (270)
765-2123
INFINITI G 35X -2006$16,900. Call Meredith Auto
Sales, (270) 524-5566.
DODGE RAM 1500 -2005$16,944. Call 44 Auto Mart,
502-239-4481.
FORD E- 350 XL - 2006 $18, 673. Bob Swope Ford,
270-737-1000
FORD EXT. CAB - 2005 - 4
wheel
drive,
loaded,
$17,995. Call Alex Montgomery, (270) 465-8113.
FORD F150 CREW CAB
LT, 4x4, $18,944. Call 44
Auto Mart, (502) 239-4481.
MITSUBISHI RAIDER 2006, $16,995. Call Tony
Brown Cars & Trucks,
270-828-8669
NISSAN FRONTIER SE
-2008- Ext cab. $15,500.
Call Meredith Auto Sales,
270-524-5566.
CHEVY COBALT, -2010$12,988. Dan
Powers
Chevrolet, (270) 756-5212.
CHEVY
MALIBU
LT,
-2010- $16,900. Call Meredith Auto Sales, (270)
524-5566.
FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE -1965- 289 engine, has been restored,
great shape, $15,000. Call
270-877-6268.
TOYOTA AVALON -2003$9,995. Call Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc., 270-351-4585.
CASEY
CHEVY EQUINOX - 2006 $8,995. Bob Swope Ford,
270-737-1000.
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
2005, convertible, loaded,
$7,988. Call Alex Montgomery, (270) 765-8113.
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
2006, loaded, $7,988. Call
Alex Montgomery, (270)
465-8113.
FORD FOCUS ZX 3 - 2006
- $7,645. Bob Swope Ford,
270-737-1000.
FORD MUSTANG -2004 $9,494. Bob Swope Ford,
270-737-1000.
HONDA ACCORD EX / V6
-2002- black with grey
leather interior, sunroof, CD
changer, power windows,
power locks, power seats,
home link, excellent condition, 154K miles, meticulously serviced by local
Honda dealership, $6500.
Call 270-272-7337.
JAGUAR VANDEN PLAS
-2000- $7,994. Call 44 Auto
Mart, 502-543-5012.
KIA SPECTRA -2007$6,995. Call Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc. 270-351-4585
LEXUS ES300 -1999$7,995. Call Hardin Motors,
270-737-9811.
MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS GS -1999- $5,944.
Call 44 Auto Mart, (502)
239-4481
NISSAN SENTRA S -2005$6,995. Call Hardin Motors,
(270) 737-9811.
CHEVY
AVALANCHE
-2008$32,995.
Call
Pinkham Lincoln Mercury,
270-737-2460
CHEVY AVALANCHE LTZ
-2007- $28,944. Call 44
Auto Mart, 502-331-0171.
DODGE QUAD CAB
2008, loaded, $35,998. Call
Alex Montgomery, (270)
465-8113.
GMC SONOMA SLS 1998 local trade, $3,944.
Call 44 Auto Mart, (502)
239-4481
CHEVY 1500- 2005- 4x4.
$29,994. Call 44 Auto Mart,
502-543-5012.
CHEVY 3500 4x4 -2007$29,944. Call 44 Auto Mart
at 502-348-4187.
CHEVY SILVERADO LT,
-2010$27,988.
Dan
Powers Chevrolet, (270)
756-5212.
DODGE 4X4 HEAVY DUTY
-2006- $30,944. Call 44
Auto Mart, 502-348-4187.
FORD CREW F450 - 2008 Lariat, diesel, leather,
loaded, $43,488. Call Alex
Montgomery, 270-465-8113
FORD F150 CREW CAB 2007, 4x4, $26,995. Call
Herb
Jones,
1-800-609-2277, 765-2123.
FORD F150 LARIAT -2007$33,944. Call 44 Auto Mart
at 502-348-4187.
CHEVY
1500
-2007$23,944. Call 44 Auto Mart,
502-348-4187.
FORD F-150 SC, -2006$24,944. Call 44 Auto Mart,
(502) 348-4187.
FORD F-250 CREW CAB,
-2000- $23,944. Call 44
Auto Mart, (502) 239-4481.
CHEVROLET 1500 REG.
Cab, 2008, 2 wheel drive,
$18,995. Call Herb Jones,
1-800-609-2277, 765-2123.
CHEVY
COLORADO
-2006- $16,588. Call Dan
Powers at 270-756-5212.
CHEVY COLORADO 20064x4. $18,944. Call 44 Auto
Mart, 502-331-0171.
CHEVY EXT. CAB - 2005 Duramax diesel, loaded,
$17,995. Call Alex Montgomery, (270) 465-8113.
DODGE DAKOTA -2008$16,995. Call Pinkham Lincoln
Mercury,
270-737-2460
CHEVY
1500
-2003$13,995. Call 44 Auto Mart
at 502-348-4187.
CHEVY AVALANCHE 2003, 4x2, loaded. $14,944.
Call 44 Auto Mart, (502)
239-4481.
CHEVY AVALANCHE 2007, loaded, $13,995. Call
Alex Montgomery, (270)
465-8113.
CHEVY COLORADO EXT
CAB Z71 -2004- 4x4.
$10,500. Call Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc. 270-351-4585
CHEVY EXT. CAB - 2000 loaded, $12,988. Call Alex
Montgomery, 270-465-8113
CHEVY SILVERADO 2004 - $11,559. Bob Swope
Ford, 270-737-1000.
CHEVY SILVERADO LT
-2004- $14,900. Call Meredith Auto Sales, 270524-5566.
FORD
F-150
-2004$10,495. Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc. 270-351-4585.
FORD F-150 XL - 2009 $14,307.Bob Swope Ford.
270-737-1000.
FORD F-350 DIESEL 2004 - $10,971. Bob Swope
Ford, 270-737-1000.
1985 CHEVY 4x4, rare find,
heavy duty, 4WD, 3/4 ton,
step side bed, 85% restored, 350 engine, 4 bolt
main, Dana rear ends, red
in color, new tires & wheels,
drives great, must see to
appreciate. $5,000 obo.
Call 270-401-1255.
CHEVY EXT. CAB - 1997 Loaded, $6,995. Call Alex
Montgomery,
(270)
465-8113.
DODGE RAM 2500 -2001$7,994. Call 44 Auto Mart,
502-543-5012
FORD F-150 -2001- $6,944
Call
44
Auto
Mart,
502-239-4481.
FORD F150 CREW CAB
-2001- $8,994. 44 Auto
Mart, 502-543-5012.
GMC SONOMA, -2003$8,944. Call 44 Auto Mart,
(502) 239-4481.
JEEP CHEROKEE 2004
4 X 4 $9,999. Budget Cars
of
Muldraugh,
888-637-3563
TOYOTA
CAMRY
LE,
-2000- $6,995. Hardin
Motors, (270) 737-9811.
MAZDA B2500- 1999- stick
shift, sun roof, new clutch,
tool box, red, $2,000 or best
offer. Runs great, good
mileage. Call Paul (270)
300-2677.
ACADIA
SLT
-2008$30,944. Call 44 Auto Mart
at 502-348-4187.
CADILLAC ESCALADE
-2007- $33,944. Call 44
Auto Mart at 502-348-4187.
CHEVY TAHOE LT, -2010$35,988. Dan
Powers
Chevrolet, (270) 756-5212.
HUMMER -2006- $28,944.
Call
44
Auto
Mart,
502-348-4187.
FORD EDGE SEL - 2007 $19,316. Bob Swope Ford,
270-737-1000.
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FORD ESCAPE - 2009 well equipped, $20,995.
Pinkham Lincoln Mercury.
270-737-2460.
FORD EXPEDITION 2007
XLT $24,990, Budget Cars
of Muldraugh,888-637-3563
HUMMER
H3
-2008$23,944. Call 44 Auto Mart,
502-239-4481.
JEEP WRANGLER -2008$24,995. Call Pinkham Lincoln Mercury,
270737-2460
LINCOLN MKX ULTIMATE, -2007- $24,944.
Call 44 Auto Mart, (502)
348-4187.
NISSAN
PATHFINDER
-2006- $22,944. Call 44
Auto Mart, 502-331-0171.
SATURN OUTLOOK 2010, loaded, $24,988.
Dan Powers Chevrolet,
(270) 756-5212.
BUICK RENDEZVOUS loaded, $17,995. Call Alex
Montgomery,
(270)
465-8113.
CADILLAC ESCALADE
-2004- $19,944. Call 44
Auto Mart, 502-331-0171.
CHEVY HHR LT, -2010$15,988. Dan
Powers
Chevrolet, (270) 756-5212.
CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER
SLE, -2007- $17,988. Dan
Powers Chevrolet, (270)
756-5212.
FORD EDGE SEL, -2007$19,944. Call 44 Auto Mart,
502-348-4187.
FORD ESCAPE XLT 2008 $16,248. Bob Swope
Ford, 270-737-1000.
NISSAN MURANO - 2007 loaded, $18,988. Call Alex
Montgomery,
(270)
465-8113.
SATURN VUE - 2010 - only
11,000 miles, $17,988.
Dan Powers Chevrolet,
(270) 756-5212.
TAXIDERMY SERVICE.
By Custom Wildlife Mounts.
Competition quality mounts.
Attention to every detail.
State & Federally Licensed.
Sam Coffey. Call (270)
230-0575.
CHARLIE’S MOWING and
Trimming Service. Tree
trimming. Odd jobs. Cheap
rates. Free estimates. Hunters if you have unwanted
deer after your hunt, would
love to have it. Cedar fence
post for sale. Firewood &
Sweet potatoes for sale.
270-505-5541, 769-0103.
AMISH PAINTER 21 years
of experience, interior and
exterior, commercial and
residential, new construction. Log homes & decks;
cleaning & staining. Exterior
house & roof cleaning. Refinish hardwood floors. Call
(270) 524-2563 Phones outside; let ring 10 times.
AKC REGISTERED BOXERS Fawn & white - 2
years old $200. Brindle &
White – 2 years old $200.
Brindle & white – 5 months
old $200. 2 Miniature AKC
Registered Beagles (very
small) 3 years old/7months
old Call for price. 8 Kennel
Panels (2 of which are
gated), 12 rubber 4’ X 6’ X
¾ “ mats, 2 dog houses
$400. Call for more information (270) 268-3040
BEAUTIFUL SHIH TZU
PUPPIES for sale, taking
deposit, all colors, lots of
girls $300 each, lots of
boys $250 each. Will have
first shots and wormed. Call
812-732-1070.
BIG PUPPY SALE! Poodles, different age puppies.
All shots up to date. Males
$250, females $300. Also, 5
Shih Tzu’s $250 a piece.
Cash only. Call (270)
405-6041.
2 SPINET PIANOS$200 and up.
Inquires at 270-737-6292
or 270-307-6292.
Darrell Jones Piano Service
Tuning and Repairs
Available.
$$ PAYING CASH
$$
for your junk cars, trucks
and farm equipment. $150
for any complete automobile or truck. Will pick up at
your convenience. Call
(270) 234-6206. Also, free
removal of abandoned autos.
2 CHERRY BABY BEDS $35 each & 2 baby bed
mattress’, $10 & $20. Call
(270) 234-6427.
15 ACRES all forest land,
plentiful deer and turkey
has a small stream on the
property, electric available.
Located off US Hwy 60 in
Breckinridge County near
Garfield. $27,900. Owner
Financing Available.
www.kentucky-land.com
2.4 ACRE LOTS near Fort 351-4977 or 800-336-6331.
Knox set up for mobile
home or double wide with 42 ACRE FARM west of
new septic system, city Elizabethtown near Custer.
water, electric service, drive 2/3 pasture land 1/3 woods,
way, located of U. S. Hwy has a small barn. Located
60 and Hobbs Reesor off State Hwy 86 on Church
Road. $27,900. Owner Fi- of God Road in Breckinnancing Available for Every- ridge County. $89,900.
one. www.kentucky-land. www.kentucky-land.com
com (270) 351-4977, (800) 351-4977 or 800-336-6331.
336-6331
1/2 ACRE off Joe Prather
Hwy., has a set up for mobile home or house with city
water, sewers, electric, off
Hwy. 313 and Rogersville
Road on Dwight Street.
$19,900. Owner Financing
Available. Call 351-4977 or
800-336-6331.
4 ACRES near Fort Knox www.kentucky-land.com
set up for house or doublewide with septic system,
2/3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH
city water, and electric. Locompletely
remodeled
cated off US Hwy 60 and
house on 2 acres located in
Fort Ave in Farmington on
Larue Co. Dishwasher,
Evan
Road.
$39,900.
stove & refrigerator furOwner Financing available.
nished. Windows, flooring,
351-4977or 800-336-6331
paint, cabinets & counterwww.kentucky-land.com
tops all new. Large 2 car
garage/workshop, fully insuEAR CORN
lated with heat & air. $585 a
for
month, $585 deposit. GarDeer or Cattle
bage pickup included. Call
Call (270) 765-9847
(270) 774-1064.
3 ACRES AND MORE on
Horn Road in Hardin
County, city water, paved
road. Starting @$18,900.
Financing Available for Ever
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.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331
RIDING LESSONS RIDING
lessons English or western
also driving lessons all
ages, Horses boarding or
training. Indoor facility large
stalls in the Upton Sonora
area 270-324-4069
[email protected]
4 MALE, NEUTERED Meat
Sheep. 80-100lbs each.
$50 each. Call (270)
369-0933.
DODGE GRAND CARAVAN 2008, loaded, dual
DVD, $20,995. Call Herb
Jones (270)765-2123
ACCUMULATED
OLD
GOLD , old jewelry. We buy
gold, dental, chains, bracelets etc. Clark Jewelers,
510 W. Poplar, Elizabethtown, KY.
ASHLEY WOOD BURNING STOVE- like new,
$700. Oak table dining
room set and chairs $300.
Call 270-982-1044.
BED LINER from Nissan
Frontier bed liner. $80 or
best offer. call (270)
765-9280
COUCH & CHAIR - black
smooth top electric stove,
42x48 pallet, fiberglass lid
for Chevy truck. 763-7956
2ND CUTTING GRASS
square bales, $2.25. 2nd &
3rd cutting of Alfalfa square
bales, $4.50. 5x4 round bales, (outside kept), $15. 5x4
round bales (inside kept),
$20. Straw bales, $3. Delivery available. Call (270)
268-0794.
CHRYSLER TOWN
&
COUNTRY
TOURING
-2005- $11,994. Call 44
Auto Mart, 502-543-5012
EAR CORN
for
Deer or Cattle
CHEVY VENTURE -2004$7,495. Call Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc. 270-351-4585.
FORD WINDSTAR SE
-2003- $6,500. Call Hardin
Motors, 270-737-9811
JEEP LIBERTY SPORT
2005 $8,192, Budget Cars
of
Muldraugh,
888-637-3563
KIA SEDONA LX - 2005 loaded, $8,995. Alex Montgomery, (270) 465-8113
Call (270) 765-9847
GRASS HAY - Round bales, 1,000 lbs. net wrap,
$20 per bale. Call (270)
668-3673.
AKC BASSET HOUNDS,
1st shots and wormed.
Lemon and Tri color, 4 females, 2 males. Mom and
Dad on site. Great Christmas gifts! $200 each. Call
(270) 769-6360.
AKC MINIATURE CHOCOLATE Schnauzers. 1 male
Maltese, ready to go. Taking deposits on new Maltese. Also, ready to go 1
male Morkie & Yorkie puppies. For more info call
(270) 737-3185 or (270)
312-6749.
ROLL BALER $1,800; manure spreader $300; finish
mower $200; two refrigerators with ice maker $250
each; electric stove $150;
AC units and oak swings
and chairs, windows and
doors. (502) 507-2712.
BEAUTIFUL
BUILDING
LOTS restricted to houses,
with a great view, on
Thompson Road in near
Rineyville. $29,900. Financing available for everyone.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331
MOBILE HOME and Land
near Brandenburg and Fort
Knox. 16x80 home with 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, city
water, central heat and air,
all electric, freshly painted
and new carpet on one acre
of land. Located near
schools and shopping.
$54,900. Owner Financing
Available for everyone.
351-4977 or 800-336-6331
www.kentucky-land.com
NEW 2011 DOUBLEWIDE
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,188
sq. ft., $800 per month. Pet
standards. If you don’t pay
your rent on time, please
don’t call. Mobile Home
Park, (502) 942-8120.
ONE ACRE BUILDING
LOTS on St. Johns Road,
restricted to brick homes,
city water, lays excellent.
$34,900. Financing Available for Everyone.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331
OYSTER WHITE micro fiber chaise lounge $100.
Silver 13” color Phillips TV
$25. Black Rival SealA-Meal with extra bags $40.
Bonaire Holding Portable
heater $40. Call for appointment 270-763-1999.
SENIOR
COMMUNITY,
quiet neighborhood- 2 bedroom, 2 baths, large
living/dining room, kitchen
with Mouser cabinets. No
steps, back patio, one car
garage with double driveway. close to drug stores,
restaurants, hospitals, grocery stores. Non smoking
environment, pet policy.
Call (270) 765-7501.
WE
HAVE
SEVERAL
LAND & Home packages
available in the Ft. Knox
area with Financing Available
for
Everyone.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331
ROLL BALER $1,800; manure spreader $300; finish
mower $200; two refrigerators with ice maker $250
each; electric stove $150;
AC units and oak swings
and chairs, windows and
doors. (502) 507-2712.
6 ACRES west of Elizabethtown. Property lays excellent mostly woods and
some open land, city water
and electric available on
paved road. Located in
western Hardin County off
Hwy 84 on Dry Ridge Road,
$24,900 Owner financing
available.
www.kentucky-land-com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331.
COUCH & LOVE SEAT, table and lamps, $300. Solid
Oak entertainment center,
$300, Boy & girl bicycle,
like new, $100 both.
2 7 0 - 7 6 9 - 8 0 7 9 ,
270-358-3904.
FOR SALE 1966 Mustang.
Car trailer 20ft long. Wood
splitter 3pt hitch. Grader
blade 3pt hitch. Metal lift 3pt
hitch. Limb mulcher. Wood
Stove. 275 gallon oil tank.
Call 502-297-6661.
GAS HEATER - Propane
40,000 BTU per hour Unvented like new used one
winter in storage. $300 or
best offer. Call (270)
737-1750
GUITAR - 1976 Gibson,
Les Paul custom & case.
Wine red finish, pearl
in-lays,
&
Humbuck
pickups. Near mint condition. Also, 1976 Tube Earth
amplifier, with two 12”
speakers - excellent condition. 1 owner. Both quality
collector pieces. $3,900 for
both items. Call (270)
862-5126, leave message.
MOVING SALE - Entertainment centers, $40 each.
Large computer center,
$75. Washer dryer, $60
each, $100 for the pair.
Sofa bed, $125. 2 dressers,
$85 each. 2 bookcases,
$35 each. Table w/2 chairs,
$80. Bakers rack, $20. Call
(270) 234-8538.
MOVING! Clean Tappan 30
inch cook stove, Clean
household yard sale items
two pick up loads, washer
and dryer Whirlpool, automatic 1995 Ford F-150
truck with Tommy lift.
Maytag 110 dryer. 6 horsepower Sears front tine tiller.
Call 270-300-8194.
BUTTERNUT
SQUASH
2/$1 or bushel box $10.50;
spaghetti squash 3/$1; pie
pumpkins $2-$4; assorted
gourds $2-$5. Also, alfalfa
hay. Call (270) 735-5355.
PORTABLE GAS GENERATOR, Generac Series
7000 watt, like new, used
only a few days during ice
storm of 08’. Garage kept.
(originally $1,000), $800.
AeroGarden 3 Elite, 3 container counter top herb garden, comes with herb
seeds, used only once
(originally
$99),
$60.
Kitchen table & 4 chairs,
square butcher block looking formica top, 2 leaves,
measures 20 1/2”x34” and
29 1/2’x50” with leaves extended, 4 oak folding
chairs, $40. 20+ yard bolts
upholster fabric, heavy duty
commercial grade, only a
few bolts left, $25 per bolt.
Call (270) 304-1002.
Run your Yard Sale ad for
three days and receive a
FREE Yard Sale Kit and
FREE Yard Sale Banner in
your ad.
VINE GROVE- 974 Hargan
Road. Sat Nov 20 from 8am
to ? Huge indoor yard sale!
Thousands of items, tools,
clothes, appliances, dishware, collectibles, equipment, and much more!
QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS
$50. Blue recliner couch
w/matching recliner, $150.
Black & Decker 9” bandsaw, $50. Call (270)
369-0933.
BUYING ALL KINDS OF
Scrap. A whole car $135 &
we pickup. Located on
Hodgenville Rd., exit 1135.
Will buy any scrap you have
& we are open for business.
Come by & see us. Thank
you! (270) 765-2810
CHRISTMAS
TREE
Beautiful
10’ Carolina
Frasier Fur, better than
new, $149. (270) 766-2762.
NISSAN QUEST VAN 2008, loaded, $17,588. Call
Alex Montgomery, (270)
465-8113.
ATTENTION MASONS 2
adjoining plots in Masonic
Section. Elizabethtown Memorial Gardens. Phone
(270) 300-3674 for information.
HOT OFF THE PRESS 769-1200, EXT. 8601
66’ CHEVY NOVA II - High
performance, 327 steel
crank, $150. Call (270)
358-3023
TOY MALTIPOO CHOCOLATE
colored
toy
maltipoo, 7 mo old, current on shots, no shedding. He is cute as a button. $400 (210) 913-9324
8 ACRES OF LAND west
of Elizabethtown off Hwy
84. on Cunduff Lane. Property on paved county road
with city water available.
$27,900. Owner Financing
available. Call 351-4977 or
800-336-6331
www.kentucky-land.com
1, 2 & 3 BEDROOM Apartments & mobile homes.
Available immediately, 1 1/2
bath, located in Muldraugh.
If you can’t pay your rent on
time, please do not call.
(502) 942-8120.
OYSTER WHITE micro fiber chaise lounge $100.
Silver 13” color Phillips TV
$25. Black Rival SealA-Meal with extra bags $40.
Bonaire Holding Portable
heater $40. Call for appointment 270-763-1999.
CHEVY BLAZER -1995$1,995. Call Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc. 270-351-4585
CHEVY BLAZER LT -1998$3,995. Call Radcliff Auto
Sales Inc., 270-351-4585.
EMPIRE/CLEANING SERVICES, Cleaning is our
business! Specializing in
commercial and residential.
Free estimates, prompt and
friendly service, Licensed,
bonded and insured. Customer service is our top priority. Call 502-827-8745
[email protected]
m
1 and 2 ACRES BUILDING
LOTS available near Fort
Knox, restricted to houses,
only minutes from the Bullion Blvd Gate. Beautiful
wooded lots in Hunters Forest Estates. $29,900. Financing available for everyone.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331.
MT. CUR PUPPIES, KSBA
registered. Awesome coon
and squirrel dogs! Also
used to hunt bear, bobcats,
and wild hogs. These dogs
are very family oriented and
make great guard dogs for
livestock. Born 9/21/10.
$200. Call 270-505-6182 or
270-589-0051.
FORD ESCAPE - 2005 - 4
wheel drive, $8,495. Call
Herb Jones (270)765-2123
FORD EXPLORER - 2000 Eddie Bauer, all wheel drive
$8,999. Call 44 Auto Mart,
(502) 239-4481.
FORD EXPLORER XLT
-2003- $8,995. Call Radcliff
Auto Sales Inc. (270)
351-4585
GMC SUBURBAN - 1997 Loaded, $5,595. Call Alex
Montgomery 270-465-8113
JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA 1998, $9,994. 44
Auto Mart, 502-543-5012.
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
RV FOR SALE or TRADE
40 foot Pusher, all diesel
generator, new tires, Back
up camera one slide out/get
our door (270) 369-8448 or
(502)-639-7533
AKC SHIH TZU PUPPIES6 weeks old, all males,
small parents, ready to go!
$250 each Cash. Call
270-524-9777.
ESAB-GT 350 Welding cutting torch (never used) and
R72 regulator, hose 1/4 x
20’ with B fitting, ESAB
Migmaster 173 welder, tank
(is empty) with 25% carbon
dioxide, 75% argon. Dewalt
14” cut off wheel, with 10
cut off discs. All like new.
Call (270) 828-8970.
CHEVY EQUINOX - 2006 $13,944. 44 Auto Mart,
502-543-5012.
FORD ESCAPE XLT 2007 - $13,792. Bob Swope
Ford, 270-737-1000.
KIA SORENTO -2006$11,995. Call Pinkham Lincoln
Mercury,
270-737-2460
LINCOLN
NAVIGATOR
-2004$11,944.
Call
502-543-5012.
TOYOTA RAV 4 - 2005 nice vehicle, $13,995. Call
Herb Jones (270) 765-2123
CHEVY VENTURE VAN
-2001- $3,444. Call 44 Auto
Mart, 502-543-5012.
FORD WINDSTAR LX
-1999- $2,995. Call Radcliff
Auto Sales Inc. (270)
351-4585
TOYOTA PREVIA VAN
-1991- $1,695. Call Radcliff
Auto Sales Inc. 270351-4585
CLASSIFIEDS
ST. CATHARINE FARM,
Beef for sale: Half or 100lb
variety box, locally bred,
born & raised. Antibiotic,
steroid, hormone free. Now
accepting Visa/MC. (859)
805-1278
or
(859)336-0444.
WINDOW - (about 5 yrs.
old),
kitchen
cabinets
(about 50 yrs. old), wiring,
etc. from farm house being
torn down. Call (270)
737-3931, anytime.
2 CEMETERY PLOTS IN
North Hardin Memorial Gardens, Radcliff. Call (270)
862-3428 for more information.
ATTENTION MASONS 2
adjoining plots in Masonic
Section. Elizabethtown Memorial Gardens. Phone
(270) 300-3674 for information.
CHRISTMAS ITEMS HAVE
arrived at Buried Treasure!
100’s of holiday items, with
more added each day, so
stop by often! Lots of
Christmas trees & smalls.
As well as plenty of newly
added general merchandise.
Open
Wed-Sat.,
10am-4pm, 326 W. Dixie
Ave., (270) 360-9460.
*AVOID
EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE SCAMS Don’t
pay to find work before you
get the job. For more information write the Federal
Trade
Commission
at
Washington, D.C., 20580.
ATTN: 25 DRIVER
TRAINEES NEEDED!
For Schneider National.
Local CDL Training.
No Exp. Needed. Weekly
Home Time. Call Today!
1-888-695-6027.
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SCHNEIDER NATIONAL
**ALL
NEW
NAME
BRAND Pillowtop Mattress
sets. Full $110, Queen
$115, King $185. Can deliver. Call (502) 664-7968.
AMISH CRAFT Heirloom
Home & Office Complete
line of Furnishing. *Cherry
*Oak *Ash *Hickory *Maple.
Directions: Bonnieville Ext.
71, Turn Rt. onto 31W, Left
on 728, follow signs.
MILLER’S GREENHOUSE
&
FURNITURE
2375
Maconkessinger
Road
Munfordville Call (270)
524-7684.
GUN SHOW
Guns, knives, & ammo.
Buy, sell, trade or look.
Cave City Convention
Center
Saturday, Nov 20
9am-5pm
Sunday, Nov 21
9am-4pm.
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST
& Dental Assistant. Positions available with our fast
paced office. Experience
preferred. Box CC, The
News Enterprise, 408 W.
Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown,
KY, 42701.
DON’T MISS OUT ON
Christmas Cash. Express
Employment Professionals
has seasonal warehouse
positions. Various shifts
with various days available.
$9.25 to $10.90 per hour.
Contact or come by our office 935 N. Mulberry,
270-737-4724.
LICENSED INSURANCE
AGENT. Don’t find a sales
drop, find a sales career.
Combined Insurance is
looking for a licensed insurance agent to join the sales
force. We provide training,
a training completion bonus, comprehensive benefits, & leads for your local
market. For more information, contact Chris Goodin
at (270)735-5118. EOE.
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CLASSIFIEDS
THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE
M N M Builders
Pole Buildings
Public Works
Foreman
The City of Bardstown will
accept applications for a
Heavy
Equipment
Operator/Foreman for anticipated promotion to Superintendent of Public Works.
Must be experienced in the
construction maintenance
and operation of utilities, including water, sewer and
garbage. Must have extensive supervisory experience. Must be proficient in
computer applications including MS Word, Excel,
and Access. Salary range
is from $40 to 45K. For further information contact
Mike Burba, 502-348-5947
ext. 2232. Applications
available at City Hall and at
www.cityofbardstwon.org
and must be sent to 220 N.
Fifth Street, Bardstown Ky
40004 by November 29,
2010. The City of Bardstown is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
SPEECH
THERAPIST
NEEDED for a part-time position in a long term care facility. Great position for
someone wanting to make
some extra money. Flexible
hours
with
negotiable
wages. Please apply at
Sunrise Manor Nursing
Home, 80 Phillips Lane,
Hodgenville, KY or contact
Mark Burba, PT at (270)
358-3103.
Chase Rental
Is Now Equip - Rental LLC.
NEW HOMES
SOUTH CENTRAL REFRIGERATION is now hiring: Commercial Refrigeration Technician. 2 years
experience/school required.
Call Kevin at 270-765-2035
for more info. Mandatory
pre-employment physical
and drug screen. EOE
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
Bobcats, Trenchers, Backhoe,
Mini Excavators, Scaffolding,
Log Splitters, Lifts, Lawn Equipment, Concrete
Tools, Floor Tools, Over Seeders & Much More!
• Garages • Decks
• Metal Roofing
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We now offer
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270-528-7722
• New Residential & Commercial Construction
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• Siding • Gutters • Decks (All types)
• Floor coverings of all types
• Complete bathroom remodeling
• Window & Door replacement
Phone: 270-351-3230 • Fax: 270-351-5180
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1601-A N. Logsdon Pkwy. • Radcliff, KY 40160
We’re in the Same Building as the Marathon Gas Station
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•Certainteed Vinyl
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• Certainteed Roofing
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Home Cosmetics
Heating and Cooling, Inc.
Voted #1 in Hardin County
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* Service ALL Makes & Models
* Over 65 Years Experience
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The News-Enterprise
Wants You!
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270.307.1019
THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE
OPPORTUNITY
The News-Enterprise is seeking
qualified candidates for the
position of
National Sales
Representative
• Garages
• Siding
• Remodels
• Decks
• Re-Roof
• Framing
• Additions
• Finish
• Replacement
Basements Windows
FREE
ESTIMATES
Amish
Owned
This position is a 40-hour
full time position
responsible for
coordinating National
accounts and the
advertising department’s
preprint process.
Qualified applicants should apply to:
Scott Moore
The News-Enterprise
408 W. Dixie Ave.
Elizabethtown, KY 42071
[email protected]
Applications or resumes will be accepted at
The News-Enterprise through Monday,
November 22, 2010.
The News-Enterprise welcomes diversity and is
an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Licensed & Insured-20 Years Experience-Great References
CALL NOW FOR FREE ESTIMATE!
270-317-4183
1,136 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms
L.D.- Robbie Lee Construction
can build this house by plan on your land.
(land/house ready)
For $89,900 - with our allowance
We also do remodeling, sunrooms,
additions, roofs, siding, windows & more.
Office: 270-547-5603
Toll Free: 1-866-828-5241
30 years experience • Fully Insured
Tweedy & Son
Electric
William Tweedy, Master Electrician
COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL
New Home or Commercial
Installations, Repairs, Mobile Homes
(270) 528-6851
Toll Free: 877-892-1032
No Job Too Small!
Over 15 Years Experience
Serving Hardin & Surrounding Counties
The News-Enterprise welcomes diversity
and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ALL PHASES OF CUSTOM CONCRETE WORK
*Driveways *Stamped
*Patios
-Any Pattern
*Sidewalks -Any Color Comb.
The Bayview*
Qualifications
• High school diploma or equivalent required.
• Previous Newspaper experience (or the equivalent)
is a plus.
• Sales experience is preferred.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Ability to multi-task.
• Work effectively within a team atmosphere.
• Self-motivated and ability to work independently
with attention to detail.
• Must have dependable transportation, valid driver’s
license and the minimum automobile insurance
required by Landmark Media Enterprises of $25,000/
$50,000 bodily injury and $20,000 property damage
(25/50/20) or the state minimum if greater.
The News-Enterprise offers a full benefits
package to include Health/Dental/Vision, 401K,
paid vacation and sick time.
B.C.
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• Vinyl Siding &
Windows
• Continuous
Gutters 5”x6”
• Leaf Free Leaf
System
• Awnings &
Carports
270-877-5338 • 270-737-1036
Over 30 Years Experience - Fully Insured
Bailey’s Masonry, Inc.
— Since 1980—
240 W. Dixie Ave., Suite 200
Elizabethtown
Commercial - Industrial - Residential
• BRICK • BLOCK •
• CULTURED STONE •
• Tuck pointing • Foundation Repairs
• Repairing of Fireplaces and Chimneys
Fully Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
270-765-0969
[email protected]
www.baileysmasonry.com
Billy J. Bailey, Owner
THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE
FREE
ESTIMATES
REPAIRS
• Chimneys • Stucco
• Brick • Cracked Walls
• Foundation
• All Masonry
• Floor Leveling
• Cracked Garage Floors
CLASSIFIEDS
WENGERD CONSTRUCTION
S & M TREE SERVICES
SPECIAL ON POLE BARNS
Built by
Amish
Enjoy your vacation knowing your pet(s)
and home are in good care with us!
New Homes, Additions, Remodeling, Pole Barns,
Garages, Metal Roofs, Decks & More!
FREE ESTIMATES
270-268-1900
In Home Pet Sitting • Daily Pet Care • Dog Walking
Book early for the holidays!
Discounts available!
CALL Josh at˚
(270) 234-8793
Monday – Friday
9 am - 6 pm
& Saturday
9 am - 5 pm
24 Hr Storm Service
Crane Service
• Fully Insured •
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CLOSINGS • WINTER SERVICE
SAFETY/WINTER COVERS
CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATIONS
LINER REPLACEMENTS
CHEMICALS/PARTS
• Tree Trimming
• Tree Removal
• Stump Removal
270-862-5684
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Taxidermy
You’ve tried the REST
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Bluegrass Garden
Center Landscaping
(502) 549-3442
(502) 331-8649 cell
4030 Youngers Creek Road
New Haven, KY 40051
Located on the Dixie behind Janet Team Re/Max
Fine Art
Custom Picture Framing
Contemporary Art/Asian Fusion/Military Prints
PORTRAITS/ORIGINAL ART/SCULPTURE/BRONZES
270-300-4950
Best time, quality and prices of the year
SAVE 50% ON 100’S OF
POTTED TREES & SHRUBS
• Japanese Maples - Save $49.50 & up
• Brandy Wine Red Maples 8’ tall - Sale $64.30 & up
• Fall Fiesta, October Glory, Red Sunset Maples 1 3/4”
- 2” cal.- Save $99.50
• Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry - Save $99.50
• Boxwoods - Save $17.50 & up
• Compact Burning Bushes - Save $12.50 & up
FOR THE CAUSE
For each “Pink Dogwood” purchased at $99.00, you get
an instant $20.00 rebate on that tree making your cost
$79.00 and WE donate $20.00 to Hardin Memorial
Hospital Breast Cancer Awareness Program. You save
$20.00 and we donate $20.00 to HMH
Handmade Katana Swords & Bladed Collectibles
[email protected] / Roy Minagawa / Facebook
Packing supplies available.
270-352-0601
#C3006
Prices while supply lasts or Nov. 30
JOYCE’S FURNITURE
310 S. Dixie, Radcliff
1-866-336-3045
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ALL WORK
GUARANTEED
Repair Work • Sealcoating • Parking Lots • Driveways
ASK ABOUT OUR COUPON OFFER
No Job Too Large or Small!
Since
1956
We Will Safely Clean
Your Siding, Decks, Overhangs,
Brick, Concrete, Roofs And Windows
For Busy, Picky, Hard Working People
Who Don’t Want Their Stuff Torn Up,
Empty Checkbook And Hassles.
I Personally Guarantee 100% That
You Will Love Our Work, Service And
Crew Or You Owe Us Nothing.
PO Box 2523 • Elizabethtown, KY 42701
Call (270) 287-2348
270-737-9300
www.thatsallclean.com
Hours:
Mon. - Sat. 8-5
Sun. 12-4
626 W. Port Rd.
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
Quality Furniture At Low Prices.
PRESSURE
WASHING
FREE
ESTIMATES
Brown and Red Hardwood Mulch & Pine Mulches
(Buy 2 get 3rd bag FREE)
Financing
Available
Come see us before you buy.
Cherry, Oak Bedrooms, Living Rooms, Dining, Etc.
DOING CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS
270-862-3641
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT!
10%
DISCOUNT
Pruning &
Trimming
Services
FREE
MOWING
With Fall
Clean-Up
Call (270) 828-5934 or email
[email protected]
We buy scrap metal
of all kinds!
We will pick up abandoned autos.
Mose Polk Scrap Metal
1999 Roundtop Rd, E’town, KY 42701
Call (270) 765-2810
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10% OFF Services if you mention this ad
Specializing in Vinyl Siding, Framing,
Remodeling, Pole Barns and Decks
FULLY INSURED - 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
270-234-3147
Complete Auto Repair
Foreign & Domestic
Including European Autos
Locally Owned and Operated
Fully Insured
FREE
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Member of the Better
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BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER
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• #1 Metal 40 Year Warranty
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AMISH
BUILT
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Licensed & Insured
References available
No Money Down Required
• 30 Year Warranty
• Free Estimates
• Licensed & Fully Insured • References Available
• Metal Roofing
got roof damage?
Call Triple ‘R’ today
for your FREE inspection.
KY Builders
Call Paul at 270-528-1714
for FREE Estimates!
270-319-3124
168 E. Vine St. • Radcliff, KY 40160
Total Turf Constructors
You may qualify for a new roof
FREE!
• Retaining Walls
• Landscaping
• Lawn Mowing & Lawn
Maintenance Programs
• Free Estimates & Fully Insured
• Installation, Design And Service
For Fully Automatic Sprinkler System
• All Pro Putting Greens
• Nightscape Lighting
• Drainage/Erosion Control
• Certified Backflow Preventer Testing
270-877-6554 or 270-828-3174
[email protected] or
www.irrigationplusky.com
Greer’s
Tree
Service
Clean - Courteous - Professional
Please call 270-734-0544
Custom Built Garages
& Pole Barns
Call Wally Today!
No Job Too Big or Too Small!
11251 Cub Run Hwy. (Hwy. 88) Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
Just Minutes from Munfordville Closed Saturdays and Sundays
524-4035
Irrigation Plus
Over 30 years experience!
Quality Work at Affordable Prices
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Metal Siding, Roofing & Accessories
Custom Trim & Fasteners
Graduate of the Missouri
Taxidermy Institute
Mike Colasanti, Owner
READY’S
AUTOMOTIVE
QUALITY
ROOFING
Radcliff (270) 352-4486
E’town (270) 982-3868
270-268-3042
Topping, Trimming, Removal,
Chip Brush, Bucket Truck,
Crane Truck
24 Hour Emergency
Storm Service
737-2998
CERTIFIED KENTUCKY MASTER LOGGER
NOLIN RIVER LOGGING
Free Appraisals - References Available
Buying Standing Timber on
Shares or Outright
Also Buying Timber Land
5 Acres or More
In Business Over 20 Years
Phone 270-531-3751 LET RING
Cell 270-528-1537
WHISPERING HILLS LANDSCAPING
Jeff Brown Owner/Operator
Tree Services • Storm Damage
• Original Landscape Designs
• Shrubs/Tree Planting
• Finish Grading
• Power Seeding/Sod
• Straw Blowing
• Fertilizing
• Mulching/Accent Rock
• Tree Service
• Stump Removal
• Trimming/Pruning
• Mowing
• Landscape/Lawn Maintenance
Free Estimates & Fully Insured
(270) 877-5886
Cell: (270) 272-5153
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CLASSIFIEDS
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
Spouting new life
CROSSWORD
Dear Heloise: For years, I
have been reusing my empty liquid clothes detergents
with spouts. After all of the
detergent is gone, I refill the
container with water. It is
then ready to take hunting,
fishing, camping or on picnics as a ready-made wash
station. There is usually
enough detergent left to
wash hands after fishing or
before meals. I even wash
the dishes with it. The water,
if left in a sunny spot, is
quite warm and suds up
quickly. I hang a roll of paper towels and a trash bag
on an old wire clothes hanger next to the wash water.
These also can be left in
the garden shed or garage to
keep the big messes out of
the house after potting
plants or car repairs. Thanks
for a great column. — Doug
Doane, Aztec, N.M.
■ Three hints in one: recycle, repurpose and reuse.
HINTS
FROM
HELOISE
Plus, using it for familyfriendly activities like camping and fishing gets you a
Heloise Hug. — Heloise
BEAUTY HINT. Dear Heloise: When you put on your
face cream, be sure to rub
your elbows before washing
your hands — that little step
will go a long way to
smoothing the elbows. —
Adela in West Virginia
SMOKY SMELL. Dear Heloise: I left a pot of spaghetti
boiling once and remembered it later. When I got
home, I turned on the fans,
opened all the widows and
aired it out. The odor didn’t
go away until I heard about
this: Fill many coffee cups
half full of ammonia. Place
them in all the cupboards,
windowsills and anywhere
else. Within two days, all the
smoke smell was gone. —
A.H. in Utah
■ This is an old-fashioned hint that may help remove smoke odors, but
please don’t use ammonia if
you have small children and
pets — it’s extremely dangerous if ingested, inhaled or
comes in contact with skin.
Another alternative: Use
bowls of household vinegar
to help remove the smoke
smell. Don’t forget to turn
on the exhaust fan in the
kitchen. And the low-tech
hint? As you said, open
doors and windows. —
Heloise
VINYL TABLECLOTH. Dear
Heloise: I have a beautiful
vinyl tablecloth that looks
like lace. Because it gets
heavy daily use with our
large family, it was badly
stained, and there was dirt
that just wouldn’t wash
away. The solution? I filled
my freshly scrubbed tub
with hot water, poured in
some dishwasher soap and
put the tablecloth in to soak
for about an hour. When I
was done, I just rinsed and
air-dried it. Now it looks
brand new. — Kari Windon
in Ohio
CLEANING WITH COTTON
SWABS. Dear Heloise: A
helpful hint I use frequently
is cotton swabs to clean in
hard-to-reach places, like
around sink drains, inside
the metal tracks on windows, inside the washing
machine’s softener or bleach
opening, etc. It is a reasonably inexpensive item, and
saves a lot of broken fingernails and cut fingers. — Vera
Jezek in Pekin, Ill.
Write to Heloise at P.O. Box
795000, San Antonio, TX 782795000, or fax to (210) HEL-OISE.
King Features Syndicate Inc.
PEOPLE
■ Eva Longoria filed court papers
Wednesday to divorce basketball star
Tony Parker, citing irreconcilable differences.
Longoria, a star of
TV’s
“Desperate
Housewives,” and Parker, an NBA All-Star
with the San Antonio
Spurs, were married
July 7, 2007. They have
PARKER AND
no children together.
LONGORIA
In the filing, Longoria requested her name be restored to
Eva Jacqueline Longoria. She had taken Parker’s name when they married.
The filing also stated the couple had
a prenuptial agreement but no details
were provided.
Longoria asked the court to require
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Actress Brenda
each side pay its own attorney fees.
She also wants to receive spousal sup- Vaccaro is 71. Actress Linda Evans is 68.
Country singer Jacky Ward is 64. Actor
port from Parker but not pay any.
Jameson Parker is 63. Actress-singer
■ TV sitcom star Joel McHale is join- Andrea Marcovicci is 62. Rock musician
ing the independent-film community. Herman Rarebell is 61. Singer Graham
McHale, who stars in NBC’s “Com- Parker is 60. Actor Delroy Lindo is 58.
munity,” is scheduled
Comedian Kevin Nealon is 57. Actor
to host the Spirit
Oscar Nunez is 52. Actress Elizabeth
Awards that honor inPerkins is 50. Rock musician Kirk
die films on Feb. 26,
Hammett (Metallica) is 48. Rock singer
the day before the
Tim DeLaughter is 45. Actor Owen Wilson
Academy Awards.
is 42. Singer Duncan Sheik is 41. Actor
A relaxed and freeMike Epps is 40. Actress Peta Wilson is
wheeling party com40. Actress Chloe Sevigny is 36. Country
pared to many Hollysinger
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ings, the Spirit Awards will be present- is 31. Actor Nate Parker is 31. Rapper
ed in an afternoon ceremony in a tent Mike Jones is 30. Actor Damon Wayans
along the beach in Santa Monica.
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55 63 75 Always Good Full Flame (CC) Behind Scenes David Jeremiah Win.-Wisdom This/Your Day Praise the Lord (CC)
Seinfeld (CC)
“Legally Blonde” (2001, Comedy) Reese Witherspoon. (CC)
The Office (CC) The Office (CC) Conan (N)
Lopez Tonight
15 27 19 Seinfeld (CC)
Police Women of Dallas (CC)
Police Women of Dallas (N) (CC)
Pawn Queens Pawn Queens Police Women of Dallas (CC)
Pawn Queens
50 50 57 County Jail: Oakland (CC)
NBA Basketball Phoenix Suns at Orlando Magic. From Amway Arena in Orlando, Fla.
NBA Basketball Denver Nuggets at Portland Trail Blazers. (CC)
65 43 42 Bones (CC)
Johnny Test
Total Drama
Scooby-Doo
Adventure Time Regular Show King of the Hill King of the Hill Family Guy
Family Guy
Delocated
60 52 66 Scooby-Doo
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Carnivore
Man v. Food
Mysteries at the Museum (CC)
Extreme Pig Outs (CC)
Carnivore
76 62 56 Man v. Food
59 65 54 Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Roseanne (CC) Roseanne (CC) Roseanne (CC)
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Burn Notice “Hot Property” (N)
White Collar “By the Book” (CC)
Psych (CC)
28 33 41 Law & Order: SVU
Don’t Forget
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
One-Hit Wndrs
44 47 87 Don’t Forget
How I Met
How I Met
Just Shoot Me Just Shoot Me Scrubs (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
WWE Stars
14 20 18 Dharma & Greg Dharma & Greg WWE Superstars (N) (CC)
Industrial Light & Magic: Creating
“Paul Blart: Mall Cop” (2009) Kevin James.
(:35) “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo” (1999)
Alphabet Killer
150 77 291 (6:15) “Jumanji” (1995)
“The Box” (2009, Horror) Cameron Diaz. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
24/7 Pacquiao Bored to Death Cathouse: Menage a Trois (CC)
Wartorn 1861
301 17 201 (6:00) “Amelia” (2009) ‘PG’
In Treatment
“It’s Complicated” (2009) Meryl Streep, Steve Martin. (CC)
Boardwalk Empire (CC)
In Treatment
In Treatment
In Treatment
302 18 202 In Treatment
Real Time With Bill Maher (CC)
“Orphan” (2009) Vera Farmiga, Peter Sarsgaard. (CC)
21 Grams
303 76 203 “City Hall” (1996, Suspense) Al Pacino, John Cusack. (CC)
“Public Enemies” (2009, Crime Drama) Johnny Depp. ‘R’ (CC)
“Rush” (1991, Drama) Jason Patric, Sam Elliott. ‘R’ (CC)
Zane’s Sex
320 73 260 Bev. Hills Cop
(:15) “Bangkok Dangerous” (2008) Nicolas Cage. ‘R’ (CC)
Dexter “Take It” (iTV) (CC)
Stop, Charlie
Single
Kiss and Tail
340 16 221 (6:30) “Everybody’s Fine”
Weeds (CC)
The Big C (CC) Inside NASCAR
“The Killer Inside Me” (2010) Casey Affleck.
341 75 222 (:15) “Against the Current” (2009) Joseph Fiennes, Justin Kirk.
(:20) “Planet 51” (2009, Comedy) Jessica Biel
“About a Boy” (2002) Hugh Grant.
(:45) “The Men Who Stare at Goats” (2009) George Clooney.
281 78 281 Imaginarium
“Fanboys” (2008) Sam Huntington. ‘PG-13’
“High Life” (2009) Timothy Olyphant. ‘R’ (CC)
“Deep in the Valley” (2009) Chris Pratt. ‘R’ (CC)
350 74 241 (6:25) “The Vicious Kind” (2009)
MOVIES
SHOWTIME CINEMAS, Radcliff,
351-1519
“Unstoppable” (PG-13) 2,
4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Skyline” (PG-13) 1:30, 4,
6:30 and 9 p.m.
“For Colored Girls” (R) 2,
6:30 and 9:15 p.m.
“Due Date” (R) 2, 4:30, 7
and 9:30 p.m.
“Megamind” (PG) 1:30, 4,
6:30 and 9 p.m.
MOVIE PALACE, Elizabethtown,
769-1505
“Unstoppable” (PG-13) 2,
4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Skyline” (PG-13) 2, 4:30,
7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Morning Glory” (PG-13)
1:30, 4, 6:30 and 9
p.m.
“Megamind” 3-D (PG) 1:30,
2, 4, 4:30, 6:30, 7, 9
and 9:30 p.m.
“For Colored Girls” (R) 2,
6:30 and 9:15 p.m.
“Saw” 3-D (R) 2, 4:30, 7
and 9:30 p.m.
“Due Date” (R) 2, 4:30, 7
and 9:30 p.m.
“Red” (PG-13) 1:30, 4,
6:30 and 9 p.m.
“Paranormal Activity 2” (R)
2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30
p.m.
“Life As We Know It” (PG13) 1:30, 4 and 6:30
p.m.
“Secretariat” (PG) 1:30, 4
and 6:30 p.m.
“Jackass 3D” (R) 9 p.m.
“Hereafter” (PG-13) 9 p.m.
THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE
Marmaduke/Brad Anderson
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
IN THE STARS
Family Circus/Bil Keene
Ziggy/Tom Wilson
Free Range/Bill Whitehead
CLASSIFIEDS
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Social and networking
events are a must. An
imaginative outlook will
bring an interesting response from others and
some constructive ideas
for you to incorporate into
your plans. This is a time
to learn as well as to visualize what you want to
turn into a reality. Your
numbers are 3, 13, 15,
21, 26, 34, 40.
ARIES (March 21-April
19): You'll be emotional,
especially when it comes
to affairs of the heart.
Don't jump impulsively
into something that has
proven to be difficult in
the past. Find out if you
and the person you are
interested in are on the
same page. ✪✪✪
TAURUS (April 20-May
20): You cannot change
much personally or professionally right now, but
you can discover interesting ways to make life better. Change may not be
visible just yet but it is
heading your way, so
you'll want to be prepared
to take advantage. ✪✪✪
GEMINI (May 21-June
20): An opportunity is ap-
parent and you don't
want to miss out because someone forgot to
mention something important. You need to be
proactive. However, there
is no room for pushiness,
only direct response and
promptness. ✪✪✪✪
CANCER (June 21-July
22): You'll be taken advantage of if you are too
willing to do for others.
Draw the line or set a limit. Keep your finger on the
pulse at work or where
new positions are being
posted and you will make
successful gains. ✪✪
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):
Things are really cooking
around you, so don't
take time to rest when
you should be in the middle of all the excitement.
Getting together with
people who can offer you
interesting proposals or
bring greater clarity to
your plans will lead to a
brighter future. ✪✪✪✪✪
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
22): Spending unnecessarily will lead to worry
and stress. Budget wisely and put your money
into something that will
grow in value. Tag along
to a social event with
someone who has a formal invitation and you will
be invited directly to the
next function. ✪✪✪
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.
22): You'll feel burdened
by someone who doesn't
enjoy the same things
you do. Consider whether
or not you are wasting
your time and energy.
Greater interaction with
friends, neighbors or a
group you would like to
be a part of will lead to
social
opportunities.
✪✪✪
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov.
21): If you don't see any
options, you aren't looking hard enough. There is
plenty going on, so start
sharing your thoughts
and including people in
your plans. You will get
things going and start
moving in a positive, forward direction. ✪✪✪
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21): Your determination and progressive action will lead to controversy but also will help you
stand out and be counted. There will be ups and
downs as the day progresses. Separate your
Dilbert/Scott Adams
Garfield/Jim Davis
Peanuts/Charles Shultz
Baby Blues/Jerry Scott and Rick Kirkman
Beetle Bailey/Mort Walker
Zits/Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman
Hi & Lois/Brian and Greg Walker
Stone Soup/Jan Eliot
Funky Winkerbean/Tom Batiuk
Frank & Ernest/Bob Thaves
Hagar the Horrible/Dik Browne
Marvin/Tom Armstrong
Blondie/Dean Young and Denis Lebrun
Jeff MacNelly’s Shoe/Chris Cassatt and Gary Brookins
For Better or Worse/Lynn Johnston
personal and professional lives so you can keep
them
balanced.
✪✪✪✪✪
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19): You will have
some trouble emotionally. Expect people who
want something from you
to become impatient if
you aren't accommodating. Love is apparent but
may take you by surprise.
Make sure you aren't infringing on someone
else's territory. ✪✪
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
18): Remember your
dreams and goals and
try to incorporate them
into your current lifestyle
or situation. You will gain
greater perspective, making it easier to rework, revamp and reinstate what
you know and do best.
✪✪✪✪
PISCES (Feb. 19-March
20): You should allow
time for learning and applying what you have discovered. Someone will
be quick to complain or
criticize. Focus on something you can develop on
your own that shows potential to become a moneymaker. ✪✪✪
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THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE
NEW 2011 DOUBLEWIDE
3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,188
sq. ft., $800 per month. Pet
standards. If you don’t pay
your rent on time, please
don’t call. Mobile Home
Park, (502) 942-8120.
CHECK OUT OUR SPECIALS!!! 2 & 3 Bedroom
homes for sale. Low down
payment. Financing available. Call for details (270)
351-1376.
112 VIRGIL DR, RADCLIFF, 2 bedroom, 2.5
bath, enclosed garage,
front/back patio, washer &
dryer hookup. $725/month.
2935 S Wilson Rd, Radcliff,
2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, enclosed garage, back patio,
large backyard, washer &
dryer hookup, $725/month.
119 Raleigh Dr, E’town,
townhome, 2 bedroom, 1.5
bath, stainless steel appliances,
private
patio.
$750/month, $500 deposit.
Pet standards. View online
at www.rentwithgrace.com
or call 270-735-1940 for appointment.
ALL UTILITIES PAID Free Cable with HBO, $70
per week and up rents our
FURNISHED
MOTEL
ROOMS, $100 per week
and up rents our FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES
located in Etown, Small
D
e
posits,
NO LEASE REQUIRED.
(270) 769-6771
LET US BUY LAND &
DEED IT TO YOU WITH 2,
3, 4, OR 5 BEDROOM
NEW HOME. CALL (502)
933-2900
FAMILY CARE HOME has
vacancy for your loved one,
male or female welcome.
24 hour care. Over 29 years
experience. 502-348-6075
NEAR BRANDENBURG 3
bedroom. 2 bath. Nice mobile home on 2 acre lot.
New carpet & fresh paint.
Heat pump/AC, roof, vinyl &
appliances less than 3
years old. Asking $45,200.
Call to view 270-668-3942.
NEW LISTING - Super nice
doublewide with 2 acres on
1238 in Meade Co.,
$99,000. Owner financing
a v a i l a b l e .
www.ky-landco.com Office open 7 days a week,
sales agent available 24/7.
Call 1-866-865-5263.
108 POTOMAC STREETRadcliff. 3 bedroom, 1 1/2
bath, 1 car garage, fenced
in back yard, shed. $850
month/deposit. Pet standards. Call (270) 268-0825.
HERITAGE MANOR At
North Miles and Colonial
Dr. Duplex community. 2 &
3 bedroom w/1 & 2 baths.
Stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, laundry hookup.
Cathedral ceilings, skylights, fireplaces, ceiling
fan, walk in closets. Children welcome. Your own
private yard and driveway.
Call
270-765-3770
or
502-708-2550.
PINE CREST APARTMENTS is accepting applications for two and three
bedroom apartments. The
rent and security deposit is
based on the income for
those who qualify. We pay
for the gas heat, water, and
trash pickup. Maintenance
is provided. There is a laundry room on the complex.
Extremely low income applicants are encouraged to apply. Can apply for an apartment between 9:00AM 12Noon Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, and Friday at 504
Vista Drive, Elizabethtown,
KY. Closed Wednesday.
Call 270-769-5645 for more
information.
TTY#
1-800-648-6056,
Equal
Housing Opportunity.
$200
SECURITY
DEPOSIT!! 2 & 3 bedrooms
available. Pets welcome.
Call (270) 351-1376.
242 SOUTH AIRVIEW DR.,
3 bedroom, 1 bath, 1025 sq
ft., kitchen appliances,
vaulted ceiling, carpet & tile,
central heat/air, shed, dead
end st., pet restrictions, military welcome, have clause
& discount, 1 year lease
with references, rent & deposit $725. 270-769-8177.
565 CONGRESS DR., Radcliff, only 5 minutes from
post. Available immediately.
Beautiful, spacious 4 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath in quiet
neighborhood, sitting on 1/2
acre lot. This brick/vinyl
house has beautiful landscaping, neutral colors &
outside storage building. No
garage. $1,095 a month & 1
month deposit, $900. Minimum 1 yr. lease. Pet standards. Call (270) 723-0267.
2659 LAKE ROAD NORTH
Radcliff, located in Meadow
Lake Subdivision. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large den
area, fireplace, fenced in
backyard, deck, pet standards. $925 rent/deposit.
Call (270) 268-0825.
2/3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH
completely
remodeled
house on 2 acres located in
Larue Co. Dishwasher,
stove & refrigerator furnished. Windows, flooring,
paint, cabinets & countertops all new. Large 2 car
garage/workshop, fully insulated with heat & air. $585 a
month, $585 deposit. Garbage pickup included. Call
(270) 774-1064.
A LOVELY OLDER BRICK
home in Vine Grove. 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, hardwood
floors, gas fireplace, full
basement. Features a
brand new 90% efficient furnace. Large corner lot with
mature trees. Front porch &
large covered back deck.
$895 rent. (270) 234-1404
YOUR LAND OR FAMILY
LAND GETS YOU A NEW
HOME.
Call
(502)
933-2900
*AVOID
FRANCHISE
Scam: When it comes to
earnings and locations,
there are no guarantees.
For free information about
buying a biz op or franchise
without getting scammed,
write the Federal Trade
Commission at Washington,
D.C., 20580.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2010
HOUSE FOR RENT, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, in Shepherdsville, 35 minutes to
Fort Knox. $825 month.
Call (502) 249-0057.
$290 MONTHLY, 2 bedroom garage apartment.
City - close to hospital. Deposit and pet standards.
Call 270-304-1089.
2011 16x80 - 3 bedroom, 2
bath,
$29,995,
that’s
right...brand new 16x80 for
$29,995. Hurry limited time
offer. Call (270) 828-8834.
CLASSIFIEDS
*APARTMENTS*
ELIZABETHTOWN
2 bedroom,
Westport Rd, $475
FT KNOX/RADCLIFF
1 bedroom, $350,
2 bedroom, $500
270-272-1222 or
www.lsrentals.com
LOOK BEAUTIFUL 2 to 3
bedroom brick country cottage, old wood burning
stove, plus fireplace, 2 plus
acres, walkout basement, 2
full baths, washer & dryer
hook up, ceiling fans, large
detached garage. $895 plus
deposit, pet standards,
(270) 319-2622. Garrett Rd.
NEW
CONSTRUCTION
HOMES located Santa Fe
Subdivision, off Upper
Colesburg Road, 98 Roswell Drive. 4 bedroom, 3
baths, Jacuzzi tub, 2 car
garage, new appliances,
hardwood floors. $1,295
month/deposit. 136 Roswell Dr., 3 bedroom, 2
bath, Jacuzzi tub, 2 car garage, new appliances, hardwood
floors,
$1,195
rent/deposit. Call
(270)
268-0825.
NEW HOMES - Much less
than most monthly rent.
Add some land for $20 to
$30 a month. Call (502)
933-2900.
RADCLIFF 3 BEDROOM.
1-1/2 bath home. Nice
neighborhood just minutes
from Fort Knox. Close to
restaurants and stores. 2
car garage and fenced in
backyard. Call to view
270-668-3942
CLEAN, FRESHLY painted
2 bedroom apartment in
Radcliff. Quiet area close to
Ft. Knox. Rent $450 per
month, 1 yr. lease. Call
(270) 272-4025.
SMALL WAREHOUSE for
lease with office, $650
monthly.
Call
(270)
766-8263.
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WE
HAVE
SEVERAL
LAND & Home packages
available in the Ft. Knox
area with Financing Available
for
Everyone.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331
3+ BEDROOMS 2 baths.
Homes for under $110,000.
100% financing for qualified
buyers. Call Sonya @ (270)
300-2887 for your no obligation pre-qualification information. Century 21 Associated.
BEAUTIFUL
BUILDING
LOTS restricted to houses,
with a great view, on
Thompson Road in near
Rineyville. $29,900. Financing available for everyone.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331
4.6 ACRES - septic, electric, water meter, driveway,
near Fort Knox, Meade Co.
$37,900. Owner financing.
McGehee Humphrey & Davis Realty 1-800-422-4997
or (270) 877-6366.
5 ACRES - open and
wooded, paved road, electric
available,
Meade
County, $21,900. McGehee
Humphrey & Davis Realty
1-800-422-4997 or (270)
877-6366.
8.6 ACRES - wooded, septic, electric, cistern, driveway, Meade Co, owner financing, $24,900. McGehee Humphrey & Davis
Realty 1-800-422-4997 or
(270) 877-6366.
122 ACRES - gorgeous
open & wooded land,
ponds, barns, old homesite,
nice fishing, hunting & trail
riding property. Great locatition & private, Hardin-Breck
line, $1,900 per acre.
www.ky-landco.com Office open 7 days a week,
sales agent available 24/7.
Call 1-866-865-5263.
UPTON/SONORA AREA 3
bedroom. 1 bath. Home for
Rent border of Upton and
Sonora, farm setting some
appliances and furniture furnished. Pet Standards $550
plus utilities & security deposit Matt (270) 324-4069
[email protected]
CITY SCHOOLS
COME HOME FOR THE
HOLIDAYS 3 bedroom mobile home available in Flaherty, $425 month. Background check, deposit required. All new move ins
recieve holiday gift card.
For more information call
Heather, (270) 668-9713.
You need: A car, auto insurance
and a Kentucky Drivers License
to deliver newspapers in
neighborhoods during the early
morning hours.
1/2 ACRE off Joe Prather
Hwy., has a set up for mobile home or house with city
water, sewers, electric, off
Hwy. 313 and Rogersville
Road on Dwight Street.
$19,900. Owner Financing
Available. Call 351-4977 or
800-336-6331.
www.kentucky-land.com
SENIOR
COMMUNITY,
quiet neighborhood- 2 bedroom, 2 baths, large
living/dining room, kitchen
with Mouser cabinets. No
steps, back patio, one car
garage with double driveway. close to drug stores,
restaurants, hospitals, grocery stores. Non smoking
environment, pet policy.
Call (270) 765-7501.
PRIVATE, approximately 11
acres. Approximately 4000
square feet, fireplace, pool,
etc. 2 miles from Bardstown. 502-294-9697
1 and 2 ACRES BUILDING
LOTS available near Fort
Knox, restricted to houses,
only minutes from the Bullion Blvd Gate. Beautiful
wooded lots in Hunters Forest Estates. $29,900. Financing available for everyone.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331.
Elizabethtown
&
Brandenburg
VERY NICE BRICK HOME
nice shaded yard located in
Meade Co., 3 bedroom, 2
bath, carport, black top
drive,
$118,000.
www.ky-landco.com Office open 7 days a week,
sales agent available 24/7.
Call 1-866-865-5263.
500 PARK AVE. Willow
Creek Subdivision, 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, whirlpool tub, 3 car garage, partially finished basement, formal dining area. Pet standards. $1,495 rent/deposit. 1
year lease. Call (270)
268-0825.
ELIZABETHTOWN 3 BEDROOM. 1-1/2 bath. newly
remodeled with fenced in
back yard. Pet Standards
$950 per month. (270)
769-8649
1, 2 & 3 BEDROOM Apartments & mobile homes.
Available immediately, 1 1/2
bath, located in Muldraugh.
If you can’t pay your rent on
time, please do not call.
(502) 942-8120.
42 ACRE FARM west of
Elizabethtown near Custer.
2/3 pasture land 1/3 woods,
has a small barn. Located
off State Hwy 86 on Church
of God Road in Breckinridge County. $89,900.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331.
1 BEDROOM Townhouse,
kitchen appliances, + W/D,
patio. 609 Westport Road,
E’town. $450 mo, + dep.
Call (270) 358-3166 or after
5pm and weekends (270)
765-9542.
2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH Berm house, all kitchen appliances, sky lights, open
floor plan with loft & fireplace. Large garage. A
must tour! 30 minutes from
Ft. Knox. Call (270)
723-4240; (270) 300-2345.
3 BEDROOM BRICK newly
remodeled, kitchen with appliances, large lot. $695.00/
month + deposit, 105 Dana
Dr., Hodgenville. (270)
358-3166 or (270) 765-9542
after 5pm.
EXTRA NICE 2 bedroom, 2
bath apartment, 1200 sq ft,
all appliances provided,
$725 month. Newly remodeled, 2 bedroom, 2 bath
apartment, all utilities include in rent $625 month. 2
bedroom, 1 bath house,
with deck overlooking Ohio
River $625 month. Quiet
country setting in Brandenburg, only 10 miles from Ft
Knox, military clause as
well as military discount.
Call (270) 422-2160 or
(877) 422-2155.
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in this newspaper is
subject to the Fair
Housing Act which makes
it illegal to advertise “any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or
national origin or an
intention to make any
such preference, limitation
or
discrimination.”
Familial status includes
children under the age of
18 living with parents or
legal custodians, pregnant
women
and
people
securing
custody
of
children under 18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on
an equal opportunity basis.
To
complain
of
discrimination, call HUD
toll-free at 1-800-6699777. The toll free
telephone number for the
hearing impaired is 1-800927-9275.
2.4 ACRE LOTS near Fort
Knox set up for mobile
home or double wide with
new septic system, city
water, electric service, drive
way, located of U. S. Hwy
60 and Hobbs Reesor
Road. $27,900. Owner Financing Available for Everyone. www.kentucky-land.
com (270) 351-4977, (800)
336-6331
3 ACRES AND MORE on
Horn Road in Hardin
County, city water, paved
road. Starting @$18,900.
Financing Available for Ever
y
o
n
e
.
www.kentucky-land.com
351-4977 or 800-336-6331
LET
KY
LAND
OF
E’TOWN Help You Find the
Perfect Home or Lot. Many
Listings to Choose from in
Central Ky. We Will Buy or
Trade for Your Property.
Cash Paid. We Will Finance
Anyone. Call Ky Land at
737-2111
or
1-800-737-6030.
MOBILE HOME and Land
near Brandenburg and Fort
Knox. 16x80 home with 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, city
water, central heat and air,
all electric, freshly painted
and new carpet on one acre
of land. Located near
schools and shopping.
$54,900. Owner Financing
Available for everyone.
351-4977 or 800-336-6331
www.kentucky-land.com
LARGE BARN, Stalls,
120x50 riding arena on 3.7
acres located near Big
Springs, shared well & electric,
some
fencing.
www.ky-landco.com Office open 7 days a week,
sales agent available 24/7.
Call 1-866-865-5263.
MUST TOUR TO APPRECIATE! Two year old, 1400
sq. ft. ranch style Santa Fe
Springs, open floor plan, 3
bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage on a 1 acre lot at end
of cul-de-sac, 15 minutes
from Ft. Knox. Immaculate
condition. $168,900. Call
(270) 766-9533.
4 ACRES near Fort Knox
set up for house or doublewide with septic system,
city water, and electric. Located off US Hwy 60 and
Fort Ave in Farmington on
Evan
Road.
$39,900.
Owner Financing available.
351-4977or 800-336-6331
www.kentucky-land.com
6 ACRES west of Elizabethtown. Property lays excellent mostly woods and
some open land, city water
and electric available on
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The five faces of Cinderella
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Arts,food and entertainment in Central Kentucky
November 18-24,2010
Polly Shaw’s Sweet Potato Salad
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Cuisine..........................4
Calendar ......................6
Tunes.............................8
Movies ..........................9
Spare Time ................10
Television ....................11
TV listings ..................14
DENZEL WASHINGTON IS ‘UNSTOPPABLE.’ Solid film is sort of
based on real events. MOVIES,
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NOTHING ROCKS LIKE A VEGAN
WITH A BULLWHIP.
Local band is more than military.
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O B S E R VAT I O N
Finding the truth about toons
I
I’m not sure what caused me to
remember this, but I think there
was a mystery surrounding a ’60s
band.
No, I’m not talking about The
Beatles mystery. This goes way
beyond the assertion that the original
Paul McCartney died and was secretly
replaced, leaving only a trail of intricately-placed and cryptically-dispersed clues
as to what really happened.
No, this was much more serious.
This involved cartoons.
Maybe you remember them: The
Archies. (Then again, maybe this was
way before your time, in which case you
should just nod your head and pretend
you know what I’m talking about).
In the ’60s a cartoon called “The
Archie Show,” based on the comic
books, hit the TV airwaves and included The Archies. The band hit the charts
with a couple of songs, namely “Sugar,
Sugar” and “Jingle Jangle.” (They believed in alliteration, didn’t they?)
Somewhere amongst the belongings
of one of my family members there’s a
45 (don’t ask if you don’t know what
that is, and it doesn’t involve firearms)
of “Sugar, Sugar” floating around.
This was also at a time when you
could get 45s on the backs of cereal
boxes.
That’s right.
The recordings were actually parts of
the boxes, and you had to cut them off.
They could be played on regular record
players. (Believe it or not, I still have a
cereal box 45 copy somewhere of “Love
Light” by The Archies.)
When the band hit the charts, I was
excited to hear they would perform live
on some television show (I don’t even
remember what it was).
I remember waiting for
what seemed forever
for them to get to the
segment with The
Archies.
You can imagine my
disappointment when
the announcement
came explaining The
Archies would not be
ROBERT
able to perform live but
VILLANUEVA
had sent a pre-recorded
video or tape.
It was the cartoon version of the song
they were supposed to sing.
I felt robbed. I wanted to shout
“Sugar!” (Or something like that. I was a
kid, after all.)
So I never did know what the band
members looked like.
And maybe that was the aim. Maybe
someone associated with the group’s
management started thinking “Hey, if
these guys perform live, the kids are going to expect them to look like their corresponding cartoon characters ... and
they don’t.”
Or maybe they decided it was just
better to leave it a mystery.
But today’s technology changes
things.
With a click of the mouse you can
find out all sorts of things. Recently, I
took advantage of that technology to
find some answers.
For instance, according to www.an
swers.com, the band was a compilation
of studio musicians. I had figured as
much, but I didn’t know anything about
them before I did the Internet search.
Ron Dante, aka Carmine Granito,
was the lead singer for the cartoon
band. Jeannie Thomas was the group’s
female vocalist and was later replaced
by Toni Wine, who sang on “Sugar,
Sugar” which went on to become
Billboard’s Song of the Year in 1969.
“The Archie Show” spawned
“Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies.” And
therein lies the source of another song I
liked.
The cartoon was like a kid’s version
of “Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In” and
featured classic horror film monsters.
One of the songs I remember from that
show was titled “Chick-A-Boom.”
Dick Monda, who wrote the song,
later re-recorded and released the song
as “Chick-A-Boom (Don’t Ya Jes’ Love
It)” under the pseudonym Daddy
Dewdrop.
Yeah, that’s another 45 I have.
(I apparently liked a lot of toon
tunes. We won’t even get into that
whole “Josie and the Pussy Cats” connection.)
So decades after I first watched those
toons and heard their tunes, I’ve uncovered the truth. OK, maybe they were
just mysteries to me.
And the more I think about it, the
more I think it was a good idea I never
saw the studio bands perform the toon
tunes.
As a kid, it probably would have taken away something from the cartoon to
see the live band counterparts. As an
adult, it doesn’t interfere much with that
memory, and that’s a good thing.
(Don’t Ya Jes’ Love It?)
Robert Villanueva can be reached
at [email protected]
or (270) 505-1743.
Brown-Pusey
House becomes
Santa’s Workshop
By ROBERT VILLANUEVA
[email protected]
Crafts, Christmas cards, candles, cookies and cider are all part of the annual
Santa’s Workshop event for children and
adults alike from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov.
20 at The Brown-Pusey House.
Elf and reindeer helpers will be on
hand to assist guests as each gets to make
a wooden spoon snowman, Santa ornament, beeswax candle and personalized
Christmas card. The cost is $3 per person,
and hot apple cider, punch and cookies
will be served.
Guests get one of each of the crafts
with each paid admission, said Twylane
Van Lahr, director of The Brown-Pusey
House.
Santa’s Workshop also includes a silent
auction, where bids for mini-trees will be
accepted starting at $25. Bids for the
themed trees will continue through 4 p.m.
Dec. 11 with the highest bids at that time
winning the trees.
The annual event is less to raise money
as it is to correspond with area holiday activities. Van Lahr said she would be
pleased to break even.
“We just do it for the community,” Van
Lahr said.
Van Lahr said adults and children alike
enjoy the event.
“It’s kind of a family activity,” she said.
In fact, she said, making the beeswax
candles seems to be a highlight for many.
“A lot of the adults get into that,” she
said.
Additional candles will be available for
$2 each.
Including the crafts, refreshments and
holiday spirit, the event is a bargain for its
guests, the director said.
“They’re really getting a lot for their
money,” Van Lahr said.
For more information call 765-2515.
Robert Villanueva can be
reached at (270) 505-1743.
On the cover ...
Five dancers wear costumes from different
parts of Allegro Dance Theatre’s “Cinderella.”
Photo by Jill Pickett.
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Focus on photographs
Jiminy
Cricket goes
a cappella
By ROBERT VILLANUEVA
[email protected]
By ROBERT VILLANUEVA
[email protected]
What do Fats Waller and Jiminy Cricket have in
common?
They both will be represented when Kentucky
Vocal Union performs in concert Friday night.
The “Prelude to the Holidays” concert is at 7:30
p.m. Friday at Hardin County Schools Performing
Arts Center at John Hardin High School.
Robb Heady, KVU member, said the contemporary barbershop chorus will perform selections
from a variety of sources. Among those represented
will be Jiminy Cricket from Walt Disney’s
“Pinocchio,” jazz musician Waller, and others, such
as Nat King Cole, John Michael Montgomery,
Simon and Garfunkel, Billy Gillham and Brian
Wilson.
“With that said, it will be a most entertaining
evening of top quality a cappella singing, as the
Kentucky Vocal Union is currently ranked as eighth
best chorus in the world by the Barbershop
Harmony Society,” Heady said.
More than 300 choruses were ranked in 2010, he
said.
Special guests for the concert are the John
Hardin Choir, Heartland Fillies and OC Times.
The Heartland Fillies is a local women’s barbershop chorus.
OC Times is the 2008 International Quartet
champions and the first international champion
quartet to perform in Elizabethtown.
“This young, charismatic quartet from Southern
California performs upbeat and entertaining selections from groups such as The Beach Boys,
Diamond Rio and many more,” Heady said.
“Prelude to the Holidays” will live up to its
name and then some, he said.
“The concert will be a family friendly event, as
we’ll also present a few holiday tunes, and will be a
rare treat for anyone who enjoys great singing and
innovative arrangements,” Heady said.
Tickets for the concert are $15 for adults and $5
for high school age or younger.
For tickets or more information call Heady at
(270) 872-6677. Tickets also may be purchased at
the door the night of the show.
Robert Villanueva can be reached at (270) 505-1743.
The focus will be on an
Elizabethtown photographer
Tuesday, when the First Federal
Gallery of Historic State Theater
complex hosts a booksigning.
David Toczko will unveil his
book, “Shaker Village of Pleasant
Hill, 50th Anniversary of the
Restoration,” at the event, which
will take place at the theater from
6 to 8 p.m. The book’s foreword
was written by actress Ashley
Judd.
Photography from the book
will be on display, and drinks and
hors d’oeuvres will be served.
Proceeds from the booksigning
will benefit the Hardin County
History Museum, which will hold
an open house during the event.
“It seemed like a nice way to
tie it in,” he said, referring to the
historic nature of his book’s subject and museum’s focus.
Toczko hopes area residents
will discover or re-discover the
Hardin County History Museum
because of the booksigning and
credited First Federal Savings
Bank for its sponsorship of the
event.
The book of photography includes more than 260 color images of Shaker Village at different
times of day and during different
seasons. Toczko visited Shaker
Submitted photo
“Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, 50th
Anniversary of the Restoration,” is a
book by Elizabethtown photographer
David Toczko. He will sign copies of
his book Tuesday at the Historic State
Theater.
Village as a youth and returned
when he had children because he
wanted them to see it, he said.
“I just fell in love with it all
over again,” he said.
The book represents four years
of photography at the historic site.
In that time Toczko accrued some
30,000 images of Shaker Village.
While many people have visited the location, Toczko said he
enjoys being able to look at the
same scenes from “slightly differ-
ent” perspectives. He cited a bowl
of lemons in the dining room of
one of the buildings as an example.
“Every time I visit I see something different,” he said.
Though Toczko has photographed Shaker Village for four
years, the idea for the book came
in the last two. He had never published a book of photography before.
“This is my first attempt at it,
but it certainly won’t be my last,”
he said, qualifying that statement
with the fact that he will wait
awhile before attempting another
book project.
The author also is featured at a
booksigning 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Dec. 4 at the Kentucky Artisan
Center at Berea.
Toczko’s photography has
graced national and international
magazines as well as been exhibited in galleries throughout Kentucky. His works also have been
selected to appear at the Kentucky
State Capitol Rotunda, the Senate
Offices of the Kentucky State
Capitol Annex and the Kentucky
First Lady’s Office.
The photographer considers
Shaker Village a place where he
can “decompress.”
“I do really enjoy going there,”
he said.
Robert Villanueva can be
reached at (270) 505-1743.
Looking for a few good ladies
And men,too
The News-Enterprise
Hardin County Playhouse is looking for a few
good ladies. And some men.
The actors are needed for HCP’s production of
“Leading Ladies,” a comedy by Ken Ludwig.
Needed are three women and four to five men.
All roles are for adults.
“Leading Ladies” is a comedy described by artistic director Bo Cecil as a broad farce.
Auditions are 6:30 p.m. Nov. 22 and Nov. 23 at
Plum Alley Theater in the Historic State Theater
complex in Elizabethtown.
Performances are Feb. 11-20. For more information call (270) 351-0577.
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COOKIE
QUESTIONS
Q: I have always
purchased one type
of butter for baking
cookies because
long ago someone
told me that other
brands have a fluctuating water content. Would I sacrifice consistency, or
especially taste, if I
should use a different or even generic
brand of butter? Is
there a hands-down
favorite for cookie
baking?
A: National
brands of unsalted
stick butter, those
two- or four-stick
boxes or wrapped
packages, generally
contain somewhere
between 12 and 15
percent water. Note
that the fat content
is between 77 and
80 percent and the
milk solids come in
between about 3
and 5 percent.
Those percentages are only working estimates, and
numbers may vary.
Many of the higherfat, so-called “premium” or “boutique” butters have
a higher percentage
of fat, and there is
a range within
those. The moisture content in the
higher-fat butters
creates beautifully
textured and full-flavored cookie
doughs, but you
must allow for this
minimal amount of
moisture in the
recipe; the challenge in using them
is that many cookie
doughs in the past
probably were devised with butter
that contains a
slightly higher percentage of moisture. Salt is added
to butter to extend
its shelf life somewhat (after all, salt
is a preservative),
but is also included
for flavor or to enhance flavor. There
are some sea-salt
premium butters on
the market that are
exceptional.
— Washington Post
Pulse
uisine
Polly Shaw’s Sweet Potato Salad
W
ell, I promised you another
Polly Shaw recipe
for Thanksgiving,
and I think you’re
going to like it.
I’m sure this Sweet
Potato Salad wasn’t intended
to be a Thanksgiving dish. It
would be just as perfect
My Kitchen,
served at any time of the year.
Your
But Thanksgiving is the one
Recipe
time that just about everyone
fixes sweet potatoes in some
Mary Alice Holt
form or another – whether
it’s baked sweet potatoes,
sweet potato casserole or
sweet potato pie. This is a
new and different way to
serve sweet potatoes, and
one that I had certainly never considered.
I happen to love sweet
SHAW
potatoes in any form, but
when I first read through the recipe, I
couldn’t imagine I would be too fond of
this. I was fine with pineapple in the
recipe, but I couldn’t imagine sweet potatoes with mayo, celery, mustard and red
bell peppers. However, because it came
from Polly Shaw, I knew it was worth trying and I’m so glad I did. This is very
good, and I definitely will make it again.
Mary Alice Holt can be reached at (270) 505-1751,
or at [email protected]
SWEET POTATO SALAD
4
1
1
4
small sweet potatoes
cup mayonnaise
tablespoon mustard
stalks celery, sliced ¼inch thick
1 small red bell pepper cut
into ¼-inch dice
1 cup diced fresh pineapple
2 scallions, finely chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
½ cup coarsely chopped
toasted pecans
Chopped fresh chives
3
3
2
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2
3
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Wrap each potato in foil
and bake for 1 hour. Unwrap; let cool. Peel, then cut into
¾-inch chunks.
Mix mayonnaise and mustard in a large bowl. Add
sweet potatoes, celery, red pepper, pineapple and scallions. Toss gently. Season with salt and pepper, cover and
refrigerate about one hour. Fold in pecans, sprinkle with
chives and serve.
The recipe didn’t say, but I think this would make
about six servings.
Photo by Jill Pickett
WE WANT YOUR RECIPES
SEND YOUR RECIPE TO: Best Recipe, The News-Enterprise, 408 W. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown, KY 42701; or email it to [email protected] com; or fax it to
Mary Alice Holt at 769-6965. Include your name, address and phone number and tell something about the
history of the recipe. If possible, include a photo of
yourself.
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A DASH OF CLASS
More Thanksgiving-style recipes
To continue with last week’s column, I
am going to give you
some healthy alternative
recipes for the traditional
Thanksgiving meal.
Remember, this is an
“event,” but you can easily prepare your favorite
foods so that at the end of
the day you are not feeling guilty and/or miserable.
Starting with your
turkey, buy a turkey
breast or even a whole turkey, but not
self basting, which has more fat. If you
want to eat healthy, take skin off before
slicing and remember to eat white meat
only. Dark meat has many more calories.
Salt (watch the amount that your sprinkle
on, or use Lite Salt) and pepper the
turkey and rub with lower calorie margarine instead of butter. In the cavity of
the turkey, you can place whole onion,
whole lemon and/or herbs. Use a cook-
NORA
SWEAT
ing bag to keep moisture in the turkey
and to avoid having to baste through the
cooking process. You might want to skip
the deep fry method this year, way too
unhealthy. The second food you think of
preparing is stuffing (or dressing as some
people call it), which is not a healthy
food, but it can be made healthier. The
recipe I have for you is from www.allrecipes.com and suggests adding more
celery, which has lots of fiber and makes
it healthier. Also, use fat free chicken
broth. It is much better to place your
stuffing in a greased casserole than to
stuff the turkey, which makes it absorb
more fat. The other recipes from the
Splenda website sound like good choices.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my readers, remember to be thankful. As for the
three of us, we will be at Cracker Barrel.
No dishes to wash, but yet no leftovers!
Nora Sweat is a native of Hardin County and a
retired home economics/family and consumer
science teacher. She can be reached at
[email protected] or by mail
at 408 W. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown, KY 42701
TWICE-BAKED SWEET POTATOES
3 baked sweet potatoes, (mediumlarge size)
3 tablespoons
Splenda
2 tablespoons butter, softened
2 ounces cream
cheese, softened
¼ teaspoon cinnamon
ginger
¼ teaspoon salt
black pepper
1 egg
¼ cup pecans, finely
chopped
Slice sweet potatoes in half lengthwise. Scoop
out flesh with a spoon, leaving the skins about
¼ inch thick. Set skins aside. Place potato
flesh in a medium size mixing bowl. Add remaining
ingredients and mix until well combined. Fill reserved skins equally with the filling. Bake for
25-35 minutes in a 375 degree oven.
CELERY STUFFING
2 cups diced celery,
with leaves
3 cups chicken broth
1/2 cups minced
onion
1/2 cups butter
4 quarts bread
cubes (whole
wheat bread and
white bread,
cubed and toasted)
3 eggs, beaten
1 tablespoon salt
1 teaspoon black
pepper
1/4 teaspoon sage
1 pinch thyme
Melt butter in saucepan. Sauté onion in melted butter until soft, but not brown. Add celery and
stir well. Add 2 cups chicken broth. Bring to a boil.
Cover and simmer for 10 minutes.
Place bread cubes into large mixing bowl. Add
eggs, salt, pepper, sage, and thyme. Add onion
and celery mixture. Combine thoroughly. If still too
dry, add more chicken broth. Makes enough stuffing to fill a 10 to 15 pound turkey.
CRUSTLESS PUMPKIN PIE
2/3 cup Calorie
Sweetener
3 tablespoons whole
wheat flour
3 eggs
2 cups canned
3 (8 ounce) packages
fat-free cream
cheese, warmed in
a microwave for 15
seconds
Splenda brown sugar
blend
3 large eggs
15 ounces can pumpkin
½ cup low-fat maple or
vanilla yogurt
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1½ teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon ginger
1 teaspoon imitation
maple or rum flavoring
1 teaspoon vanilla
extract
Coat the bottom and sides of a 9-inch spring
form pan with non-stick cooking spray. Using an
electric mixer, beat cream cheese and brown sugar until smooth. Beat in eggs one at a time. Blend
in pumpkin, yogurt, flour, cinnamon, ginger, flavoring and vanilla. Pour filling into prepared pan.
Bake until outer rim is puffy and center is slightly
wobbly, about 1 hour and 10 minutes. Remove
from oven and run a knife around the inner edge
but do not remove the pan side. Let stand at
room temperature 30 minutes. Refrigerate warm
cake, uncovered, until cold. Then cover with foil
and refrigerate at least 4 hours (or up to 3 days).
Remove 1 hour before serving. When ready to
serve, carefully remove side of pan. Cut into 12
wedges with wet knife wiped clean between cuts.
CRANBERRY ORANGE SAUCE
1 teaspoon corn½ cup water
starch
pumpkin
1 medium orange,
1 cup Splenda
3/4 cup fat-free
peeled, seeded
3
cups
fresh
cranberevaporated milk
and diced
ries
1 ½ teaspoon vanilla
¼ teaspoon cinnaCombine cornstarch, granulated sweetener
and water in a medium saucepan, stirring until
mon
In a mixing bowl, combine the sweetener and
flour. Add eggs; mix well. Stir in the pumpkin, milk,
vanilla and cinnamon; mix until well blended. Pour
into a greased 9-in. pie plate. Place pie plate in a
15-in. x 10-in. x 1-in. baking pan; add 1/2 in. of
hot water to pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 50-55
minutes or until a knife inserted near the center
comes out clean.
APPLE PIE
1 unbaked double
pie crust
7 cups Jonathan,
Gala, or Granny
Smith apples,
cored, peeled and
thinly sliced
PUMPKIN-MAPLE
CRUSTLESS CHEESECAKE
1 cup Splenda
3 tablespoons cornstarch
¾ teaspoon cinnamon
¼ teaspoon nutmeg
salt
Place one crust into a 9-inch pie pan. Place
sliced apples into a large mixing bowl and set
aside. Combine granulated sweetener, cornstarch,
cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt in a small bowl.
Sprinkle mixture over apples and toss. Spoon apple mixture into pie crust. Place the second crust
over the filling. Seal edges, trim, and flute. Make
small openings in the top crust. Bake in a preheated 425 degree oven for 40-50 minutes or until the top crust is golden.
sweetener and cornstarch dissolve. Stir in cranberries and diced orange. Bring mixture to a boil, stirring often, over medium-high heat; reduce heat,
and simmer, stirring often, 5 minutes or until cranberry skins begin to pop and mixture begins to
thicken. Set aside to cool. Cover and chill at least
3 hours. Serve cold or warm over your favorite
roasted meats.
PUZZLE ANSWERS
from Page 10
NEED INGREDIENTS?
Keep these strategic tips in mind
when you go the self-checkout route:
■ The fewer items the better, unless
the items in your cart have been prescanned with a hand-held device such
as Giant’s Scan It!
■ Too many heavy items on a conveyor belt will cause it to overload and
halt. Four 12-packs of soda are okay,
but five 50-pound bags of dog food can
cause a temporary crash.
■ Once something goes on the belt
or scale platform, don’t take it off until
you’ve paid.
■ Be careful not to plonk down a
purse, a wallet or even your car keys
near any part of the checkout that
weighs items. That can cause the system to calibrate incorrectly or halt.
■ Booze is a no-go. Buying beer or
wine requires age verification that, as
of now, might mean a store employee
must step in.
■ Packaged firewood and large pots
in plants are often too bulky or lack
UPC labels.
■ Information for seasonal or specialty items might not be loaded in the
system. You might be able to doublecheck before getting hung up in mid-order by finding a scanning station in the
store to check the item’s UPC.
■ And finally, no current system can
account for the differences in weight of
a bag made from cloth or recycled material, Glenn Gibson of Magruder’s
Supermarket says. So if you bring your
own bags from home, don’t try to fill
them until your receipt is in hand.
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Calendar
Pulse
TODAY
GAMER’S EDGE ‘WHERE GAMERS PLAY,’
3046 Dolphin Drive, Suite E, E’town.
POC: 505-4331.
HEART OF KENTUCKY MEN’S CHORUS, 79:30 p.m., Memorial United Methodist
Church choir room, 631 N. Miles St.,
E’town. Interested singers invited to
attend. POC: Woody Will, 766-9946 or
[email protected]
HEARTLAND FILLIES LADIES BARBERSHOP
CHORUS, 7 p.m., the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2950
Shepherdsville Road, E’town, one
block past Ring Road. New singers
welcome. POC: 877-2553.
KARATE CLASSES, 6-8 p.m. Tuesdays
and Thursdays, White Mills Christian
Church gym, for ages 7 and older.
POC: Bert Rosenbarker, 369-0328.
LINE DANCING WITH THE HIGHWAY 210
HILLBILLY STOMPERS, 7-8:30 p.m. at former Hardin County Skating Rink on Ky.
210. $2. POC: 737-2295.
MILD BILL’S COUNTRY KARAOKE SHOW, 6
-11 p.m., Las Chalupas Mexican
Restaurant, 1007 N. Mulberry St.,
E’town. POC: Mild Bill, 982-2244.
3-PUTT WILLIE’S, Pine Valley Golf
Resort, 850 Pine Valley Drive, E’town,
Ladies Night with karaoke and dance
music, 9 p.m.-midnight Thursdays.
POC: David, (502) 510-0320.
‘THE ROAD TO SANTIAGO’ PRESENTATION,
3 p.m., Room 212 in Regional
Postsecondary Education Center on
ECTC main campus; free, open to public. Beverly Furnival will speak about
her experience as a pilgrim on the
Camino de Santiago de Compostela
(the Way of St. James), the medieval
pilgrimage route in Northern Spain.
POC: 706-8881, or [email protected]
kctcs.edu.
FRIDAY
BINGO, 7 p.m., sponsored by Hardin
Post 113, at the American Legion,
1251 Ring Road, E’town, pull tab
sales and kitchen open 5:30 p.m.,
sponsored by Hardin Post 113, proceeds go to American Legion programs
in the community, POC: Jesse Hall,
737-9949.
‘PRELUDE TO THE HOLIDAYS’ CONCERT,
7:30 p.m., Hardin County Schools
Performing Arts Center at John Hardin
High School, presented by the
Kentucky Vocal Union. Special Guests:
Heartland Fillies, John Hardin Choir
and International Quartet Champion
“OC Times.” Tickets are $15 for
adults, $5 for high school age or under. POC: Robb, 872-6677.
3-PUTT WILLIE’S, Pine Valley Golf
Resort, 850 Pine Valley Drive, E’town,
Graffiti Layne, 8 p.m. Nov. 19 and 20.
POC: Sharon Smith, (502) 510-0320.
JAY’S COUNTRY MUSIC DANCE & SHOW,
1200 Old Ekron Road, Brandenburg,
with the County Ramblers and special
guests. Admission: $5 for adults; free
for kids 12 and under. Purchase tickets at the door. POC: 547-0734.
MILD BILL’S COUNTRY KARAOKE SHOW, 6
p.m.-midnight, Las Chalupas Mexican
Restaurant, 1007 N. Mulberry St.,
E’town. POC: Mild Bill, 982-2244.
VINE GROVE BLUEGRASS JAM, 6 p.m.,
Vine Grove City Hall. Play or listen. No
charge. No alcohol or amplifiers allowed. POC: Bobby Smith, 300-1316.
SATURDAY
ANIMAL COSTUME CONTEST, sponsored
by Sam Russell, 4 p.m., parking lot of
State Theater; after the contest, the
four-legged contestants and owners
will join the Christmas parade as it
passes by.
BEST DANCE CREW COMPETITION, 6
p.m., John Hardin High School gymnasium, 384 W.A. Jenkins Road, E’town.
Winning crew will get $500. POC:
Leslie McCurry, [email protected]
hardin.kyschools.us or 769-8906.
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA, 8-11 a.m.,
First Federal Gallery at Historic State
Theater, 209 W. Dixie Ave., E’town;
$5. Pictures with Santa are $3. Also,
Warner Brothers cartoons from 8:30
to 10 a.m. and from 11 a.m. to 12:30
p.m.; $1. POC: 234-8258.
CHRISTMAS – LIGHT UP DOWNTOWN, vendors will be selling arts, crafts, cookie
decorating, pictures with Santa, letters
to Santa and more, 1-8 p.m. in First
Federal Gallery of Historic State
Theater, 209 W. Dixie Ave., E’town.
POC: 234-8258.
ELIZABETHTOWN CHRISTMAS PARADE
(‘LIGHT UP DOWNTOWN), 5 p.m., beginning
at Rose’s Shopping Center and coming down to the courthouse. To participate, contact the Heritage Council office, 234-8258. The tree lighting ceremony at the courthouse follows the
parade. The mayor will read “‘Twas
the Night Before Christmas,” and the
Allegro group will sing.
JUNCTION JAMBOREE, 777 Ky. 434,
Lebanon Junction, 7-10:30 p.m. with
Hannah Ellis, Jacklyn Shields and
Harold Hutchins along with David
Whoberry, band manager, and Terry
Vincent, emcee. Admission, $8 for
adults, $4 for kids over 6, and kids 6
and younger attend for free. POC: 7652879 or (502) 833-0800.
KRICKET’S MUSIC RANCH, 7:30 p.m.,
407 South St., West Point; with Ron
Gattiis, Amber Sewell, Kenzi Lewis,
Emily Portman and Kricket & the
Country Cookin’ Band. $10, $5 for
children 6-12. POC: (502) 538-6186
or (502) 376-2095.
LINCOLN JAMBOREE, 7:30-10:30 p.m.,
Lincoln Farm Road, Hodgenville,
“Country Star Salute” with impersonations of the stars featuring Allen
Hilbert as George Jones, Mac
McDaniel as Charlie Pride, Heidi
Baldwin as Dolly Parton, Arnette
Stratton as Jim Reeves and Don
Williams, Ben Devers as Garth
Brooks, Betsy Perkins as Patsy Cline,
Allie Shae Hash as Tammy Wynette,
along with Joel Ray Sprowls and the
Lincoln Jamboree Gang. $8.50. POC
for reservations: 358-3545, or purchase tickets at the door on Saturday
night.
MILD BILL’S COUNTRY KARAOKE SHOW, 6
p.m.-midnight, Las Chalupas Mexican
Restaurant, 1007 N. Mulberry St.,
E’town. POC: Mild Bill, 982-2244.
SANTA’S WORKSHOP, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Brown-Pusey house, 128 N. Main St.,
E’town; children will make holiday
crafts, including a wooden spoon
snowman, Santa ornament, beeswax
candle and personalized Christmas
card; elf and reindeer helpers will assist in craft making. Additional candles
available for $2. Hot apple cider,
punch and cookies served. $3 per person. Those interested can also bid on
themed mini-trees at silent auction;
bids start at $25, and highest bid at 4
p.m. on Dec. 11 will take home the
tree. POC: 765-2515.
SENIOR CITIZENS MUSIC at 6:30 p.m.
every Saturday night at the Senior
Citizens Center, 112 N. Walters St.,
Hodgenville. Musicians and singers
are welcome. POC: 358-4311 or vio
[email protected]
SQUARE DANCING, 8-10 p.m., Hardin
County Fair Squares on Ky. 210, 1524
Hodgenville Road. POC: Charlotte,
735-6802, or Russ, 324-4305.
THE TRUE COUNTRY BAND, 7:30-11 p.m.,
Meade County VFW on the bypass in
Brandenburg; music by Maynard Brown,
Jerry Day, Jeremy Miller, Louie Sloan
and Randy Sloan. No membership required. No alcohol. $6. Tickets available
now for New Year’s Eve dance. POC:
422-5184.
SUNDAY
BINGO, sponsored by Fort Knox
Kentucky Ballers women’s softball
team, 7:30 p.m. Sundays and
Mondays at Southland Bingo Hall,
Radcliff. Pull tab sales begin at 5:30
p.m. POC: 352-4640.
BINGO, 2 p.m., sponsored by Hardin
Post 113, at the American Legion,
1251 Ring Road, E’town, pull tab
sales and kitchen open 12:30 p.m.;
proceeds go to American Legion programs in the community, POC: Jesse
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Hall, 737-9949.
CD RELEASE PARTY, 2-4 p.m., the
Nexus Building (home of the Bridge
Community) in Café, 6746 S. Wilson
Road, E’town, celebrating the release
of Matt and Joanna Black’s CD; party
food, singing, stories about the album,
songs from the album, and CD giveaways. CD also available for purchase.
POC: 681-0615.
NORTH POLE MUSICAL AND CINDERELLATHE BALLET, by Musical Theatre Ensemble and Allegro Dance Theatre
Ballet, 3 p.m. Nov. 21 and 9:30 a.m.
and 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 22 and 23,
Hardin County Schools Performing
Arts Center at John Hardin High
School. POC: Allegro Dance Theatre,
352-1333.
OPEN MIC, 6-10 p.m., 3-Putt Willie’s,
850 Pine Valley Drive, E’town, POC:
589-9140.
MONDAY
BINGO, 7 p.m., Mondays and
Wednesdays, the American Legion,
1251 Ring Road, E’town, pull tab
sales and kitchen open 5:30 p.m.,
sponsored by 40 & 8 Voiture 1387,
proceeds go to Voiture programs and
scholarships, POC: Bill Moser, 7379949.
HARDIN COUNTY PLAYHOUSE AUDITIONS
FOR ‘LEADING LADIES,’ Nov. 22-23 (performance will be Feb. 11-20), Historic
State Theater’s Plum Alley, 209 W.
Dixie Ave., E’town. POC: 351-0577.
ORPHAN CAR DISPLAY, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Saturday, Swope’s Cars of
Yesteryear Museum, 1100 N. Dixie
Ave., E’town: Packards, Pierce Arrows,
LaSalles and Hupmobiles. Conducted
tours available. Handicapped accessible, air conditioned, research library,
video and tour bus parking. Free. POC:
763-6175.
TUESDAY
BINGO, 7:30 p.m., Southland Bingo,
sponsored by Central Hardin Band
Boosters, organization number
ORG1666. Funds are used to support
the school’s band program. POC: Lisa
Britt, 369-6757.
HARDIN COUNTY HISTORY MUSEUM, 9
a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays, 201
W. Dixie Ave., E’town. Newest addition
on loan from Tyler Bowman: bell from
Lynnland College of Glendale; also,
the general store on loan from Gerald
Tamme. POC for guided tours: 7638339.
THE LINCOLN CLOGGERS meet
Tuesdays, LaRue County Parks &
Recreation Center, 200 City Park
Road, Hodgenville. POC: Bonita
Pendleton, 766-2398 or e-mail [email protected]
THE DEPOT TAVERN, karaoke, 6510
Flaherty Road, Vine Grove, POC: 2681611.
3-PUTT WILLIE’S, Pine Valley Golf
Resort, 850 Pine Valley Drive, E’town,
cornhole tournament each Tuesday.
POC: Andrea, 737-8300.
VINE GROVE DULCIMER JAM, 6:30
p.m., Vine Grove City Hall. Play or listen. No charge. POC: Donna
Broadway, 877-2422.
WEDNESDAY
BINGO, 7 p.m., Mondays and
Wednesdays, the American Legion,
1251 Ring Road, E’town, pull tab
sales and kitchen open 5:30 p.m.,
sponsored by 40 & 8 Voiture 1387,
proceeds go to Voiture programs
and scholarships, POC: Bill Moser,
737-9949.
CLASSICAL CHRISTIAN CHOIR OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY has rehearsals
Wednesday afternoons at Grace
Reformed Church, E’town. Groups
include Treble Choir (second-sixth
grades), Mixed Choir (seventh-12th
grades), and Girls Ensemble (seventh-12th grades). Each 12-week
session culminates in a concert of
traditional and sacred choral literature. POC: Leigh Ann Pierce, 2348507 or [email protected]
LINE DANCING WITH THE LIGHTFOOT
DANCERS, 7-8:30 p.m., Colvin
Community Center, Radcliff.
Beginner line dance lessons provided. POC: Gail Faubert, 723-0770.
MILD BILL’S COUNTRY KARAOKE SHOW,
6-11 p.m., Las Chalupas Mexican
Restaurant, 1007 N. Mulberry St.,
E’town. POC: Mild Bill, 982-2244.
3-PUTT WILLIE’S, Pine Valley Golf
Resort, 850 Pine Valley Drive,
E’town, Star Bound Karaoke, 9 p.m.midnight Wednesdays. POC: David,
(502) 510-0320.
THE DEPOT TAVERN, Karaoke, 6510
Flaherty Road, Vine Grove, POC:
268-1611.
ONGOING
CENTRAL KENTUCKY ART GUILD EX-
■ THE CALENDAR is not a paid advertisement. To submit an event for the entertainment calendar, e-mail [email protected], with “entertainment calendar” in the subject
line, or fax it to 769-6965, ATTN: ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR. Submissions may be edited. The deadline is midnight Sunday for Thursday’s “Pulse.” Telephone area codes are
listed only for those numbers outside the 270-area code area.
HIBITS:
■ Warner Sizemore’s artwork is on
display through Dec. 20 at Cobbler’s
Cafe, 125 E. Dixie Ave., E’town. POC:
982-2233.
■ Carole Powell’s artwork is on display through Dec. 20 at Radcliff
Tourist Center, 562 N. Dixie Highway,
Radcliff, POC: 352-1204.
■ The artwork of Wes Kendall and
Joyce Lupresto is on display through
Dec. 20 at The Granite Centre, 7024-A
N. Dixie Ave., E’town. POC: 765-4622.
■ Carl McKinley’s artwork is on display through Dec. 20 at The Cecilian
Bank, 1808 N. Dixie Ave., E’town.
POC: 737-1593.
■ CKAG members also are exhibited at Gallery on the second floor of
the Hardin County History Museum, on
the corner of U.S. 31W and Mulberry
Street, E’town; the works change from
time to time.
UPCOMING
3-PUTT WILLIE’S, Pine Valley Golf
Resort, 850 Pine Valley Drive, E’town,
KTO will play, 8 p.m. Nov. 26 and 27.
POC: Sharon Smith, (502) 510-0320.
2010 photo
by JILL PICKETT
UPCOMING MOVIES AT THE STATE
The Historic State Theater is at 209 W. Dixie Ave.,
Elizabethtown. All movie prices are $5 unless otherwise noted. POC: 982-3400 or www.historicstateth
eater.org.
■ “White Christmas,” 8 p.m.
Friday and 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Saturday.
■ “Christmas in Connecticut,” 8 p.m. Dec. 3 and
4, 2 p.m. Dec. 4.
■ “A Christmas Story,” 8
p.m. Dec. 17 and 18, 2 p.m.
Dec. 18
■ “Jail House Rock,” 8
p.m. Jan. 14 and 15, 2 p.m.
Jan. 15.
■ “Viva Las Vegas,” 8
p.m. Jan. 28 and 29, 2 p.m.
Jan. 29.
■ “It Happened One
Night,” 8 p.m. Feb. 4 and 5,
2 p.m. Feb. 5.
■ “Cat on a Hot Tin
Roof,” 8 p.m. Feb. 25 and
26, 2 p.m. Feb. 26.
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By MICHAEL McCALL
For The Associated Press
By CHUCK
CAMPBELL
Scripps Howard News Service
2010-11-12 10:38:00
If you need proof we’re living in
over-stimulated times, just check out
the state of popular music.
Compare N.E.R.D.’s new
“Nothing” to what seemed forceful
in its time — punk, grunge, heavy
metal, British Invasion, even 1990s
power pop — and all those old
movements sound quaint by comparison.
This isn’t unique to N.E.R.D.,
aka Pharrell Williams of the
Neptunes; even little Willow Smith
is blaring her way up the charts. But
“Nothing” ups the stakes with an
ongoing assault that Williams says is
“nothing like you’ve ever heard”
(hence the title).
It may be nothing like you’ve
ever heard, but it’s also nothing like
you’ll likely ever want to hear.
The heavily layered, genre-exploding production does work in his
favor periodically. For example, as
random as the aggression is on the
naughty “Party People,” featuring
T.I., the groove is undeniable and
the stuttering verse makes for a
clever hook. Also, the nasty “Hot-nFun,” featuring Nelly Furtado, benefits from a clicking, bumping,
N.E.R.D.’s album cover: “Nothing.”
rolling cadence. Williams is even successful in supersizing an homage to
Prince with “Hypnotize U,” employing a royal falsetto as an accomplice
to the sensual suffocation from booming, bendable bass.
Yet too often Williams seems addicted to gratuitous loops and effects,
piling them on until he buries an otherwise fine song.
“Nothing” is hodgepodge musical
theater — big band gone wild, jazz on
crack, rock in overdrive and electro
set to stun. Even would-be ballads and
love songs, including the charming
“Victory” and life-affirming “God
Bless Us All,” succumb to the stagy
destruction from gradually intensified
overproduction. You’ll be seduced until you’re conquered, and then you’ll
be driven over with a tank and left for
dead.
Williams’ approach is like whipped
cream on top of hot fudge on top of
ice cream on top of frosting on top of
cake. It may have been irresistible to
build, but it’s too much to digest.
Rating: ✪✪✪
Keith Urban boils his sixth studio
album down to the essentials of what
fans expect from him. Of the eight
songs, six explore relationships in relentlessly upbeat, guitar-driven
arrangements; the two ballads address
commitment and the joys of a strong,
ongoing bond, as his love songs often
do.
The new songs don’t delineate from
the star-making course Urban has
followed for the last decade. But
the new material does, concisely
and consistently, prove why that
formula works so well for him.
(Besides the discounted eight-song
album, a deluxe version sold at
Target stores adds three new studio
cuts and four live concert favorites).
The album’s first hit, “Put You
In A Song,” sets the positive tone
for his country rockers, all built on
catchy riffs and propulsive
rhythms that lean on Urban’s identifiable sound of modern looped
beats, earthy banjo notes and plenty of slashing electric guitar. Other
rockers, especially “You Gonna
Fly” and “Long Hot Summer,” find
fresh ways to capture cheerful snapshots of relationships in their formative phase.
That may sound rote, but Urban
manages to keep his work engaging
without straying beyond his comfort
zone.
CHECK OUT THIS TRACK: In “Georgia
Woods,” Urban displays how he can
build his established blend of modern
and traditional sounds into a funky,
fresh groove.
MARK HUMPHREY, AP
APPLE SAYS ITUNES WILL SELL MUSIC FROM BEATLES. Beatles for Sale” is finally for sale on
iTunes — along with the rest of the Fab Four’s albums, from “Please Please Me”
to “Revolver” to “Abbey Road.”
The Beatles had been the most prominent holdout from iTunes and other online music services. Apple Inc. said its iTunes store will start selling downloads of
songs and albums from the group, in an agreement with the Beatles’ recording label, EMI Group Ltd., and its management company, Apple Corps Ltd.
— AP
HOT FIVE
NEXT WEEK’S NEW MUSIC
1. ‘What’s My Name’ Rihanna feat. Drake
2. ‘Like a G6’ Far*East Movement Featuring
Cataracs & Dev
3. ‘Just the Way You Are,’ Bruno Mars
4. ‘Only Girl (in the world)’ Rihanna
5. ‘We R Who We R’ Ke$ha
ALBUMS *denotes tie
1. ‘Speak Now’ Taylor Swift
5. ‘My Kinda Party’ Jason Aldean
3. ‘The Incredible Machine’ Sugarland
4. ‘Merry Christmas II You’ Mariah Carey
5*. ‘Come Around Sundown’ Kings of Leon
5*. ‘I Am Not A Human Being’ Lil’ Wayne
(From Billboard magazine)
Akon, Akonic
The Alchemist, Gutter Water
Lloyd Banks, Hunger For More 2
Darkwater, Where Stories End
Kevin Eubanks, Zen Food
Ke$ha, Cannibal [EP]
Killing Joke, Absolute Dissent
Nicki Minaj, Pink Friday
My Chemical Romance, Danger Days: The
True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys
Ne-Yo, Libra Scale
Robyn, Body Talk
Royksopp, Senior
Kanye West, My Beautiful Dark Twisted
Fantasy
From News-Enterprise wire reports
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MOVIES
Two average Joes plus one doomfilled train equals one solid film
By BECCA OWSLEY
[email protected]
“Unstoppable” is the classic working man’s action movie. It’s about
two average and flawed Joes that
wind up in just the right place to
save the day.
Two hapless railroad employees
accidentally send a unoccupied train
barreling through rural Pennsylvania
— headed straight toward a populated city. Frank Barnes and Will
Colson, played by Denzel
Washington (“Book of Eli”) and
Chris Pine (“Star Trek”), are powering a train on the same track and
plan to help stop the train from
pending disaster.
The movie may seem like it has a
slow build, but it leads to a heroic
climax.
The chemistry between the two
main characters is superb. A tense
relationship in the beginning builds
as they choose to put their own lives
on the line to put others above self.
Washington and Pine shine as
everyday heroes in remarkable circumstances.
When promos say “inspired by
actual events” they mean that fairly
loosely. The inspiration for the film
came from a 2001 incident in Ohio
when an unnoccupied train traveling
at speeds close to 55 miles per hour
sped through the country side for
two hours with hazardous materials
onboard. It was stopped by a 31-year
railroad veteran who jumped on
board to stop the train after another
train had coupled to it to slow it
down.
The movie doesn’t happen exactly like that. It even takes place in another state. But the heroism of these
ordinary men is still honored in director Tony Scott’s (“The A-Team”)
action packed film.
The movie has humor, action and
two great actors that melded well together.
Somehow in the moments leading
up to the action they make two guys
TOP FIVE LAST WEEKEND
1. ‘Megamind,’ Paramount, $29,120,461, 3,949
locations, $7,374 average, $88,822,635, two
weeks.
2. ‘Unstoppable,’ Fox, $22,688,457, 3,207 locations, $7,075 average, $22,688,457, one week.
3. ‘Due Date,’ Warner Bros., $15,419,042, 3,365
locations, $4,582 average, $58,897,308, two
weeks.
4. ‘Skyline,’ Universal, $11,692,415, 2,880 locations, $4,060 average, $11,692,415, one week.
5. ‘Morning Glory,” Paramount, $9,203,266,
2,518 locations, $3,655 average, $11,809,321,
one week.
IN THEATERS Starting Friday
ROBERT ZUCKERMAN/ 20th Century Fox, AP
Denzel Washington is shown in a scene from “Unstoppable.”
‘Unstoppable’
Rated PG-13 for sequences of action
and peril, and some language
Release date: Nov. 12
Runtime: 99 minutes
Rating:
of five
sitting around in a locomotive intriguing.
Rosario Dawson (“Percy Jackson
and the Lightening Thief”) also
shines as the station controller trying
to stop the train on the ground while
the corporate decision makers make
mistakes from their boardrooms.
Another bright point is Lew
Temple (“Waitress”) who plays a humorous country boy and welder for
the railroad assisting in the chase to
stop the train.
There are only a few profanities,
one major one drowned out by the
sound of the train, and a few scenes
showing Frank’s daughters at work at
Hooters.
After seeing a few duds lately I
have to say I enjoyed this one. It
won’t win any awards but it was fun.
It’s only a little over an hour and a
half long but still worth the money to
see it on the big screen. Washington
rarely disappoints and he does well
with this one.
It’s hard to gauge how to rate
“Unstoppable.” While it wasn’t perfect it was a fun ride with two great
performances powering the engine.
The holiday movie season has officially begun.
I give it three and a half out of
five take slates because near the end,
I really was on the edge of my seat.
Becca Owsley can be
reached at (270) 505-1741.
MOVIE PALACE, Elizabethtown, 769-1505
“Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, Part I” (PG-13)
1:30, 2, 4:30, 6:30, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
“The Next Three Days” (PG-13) 1:30, 4, 6:30, 9 p.m.
“Megamind” 3D (PG) 1:30, 2, 4, 4:30, 6:30, 9 p.m.
“Saw” 3D (R) 7 and 9:30 p.m. —Last day Tuesday,
Nov. 23
“Unstoppable” (PG-13) 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Due Date” (R) 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Skyline” (PG-13) 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Paranormal Activity 2” (R) 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Red” (PG-13) 1:30, 4, 6:30 and 9 p.m. —Last day
Tuesday, Nov. 23
“Morning Glory” (PG-13) 1:30, 4, 6:30 and 9 p.m.
“Secretariat” (PG) 1:30, 4 and 6:30 p.m. —Last day
Tuesday, Nov. 23
“For Colored Girls” (R) 9 p.m. —Last day Tuesday,
Nov. 23
Starting Wednesday, Nov. 24
“Tangled” 3D (PG) 1:30, 4, 6:30 and 9 p.m.
“Faster” (R) 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Love and Other Drugs” (R) 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Burlesque” (PG-13) 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
SHOWTIME CINEMAS, Radcliff, 351-1519
“Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, Part I” (PG-13) 2,
6:30 and 9:30 p.m.
“Unstoppable” (PG-13) 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Skyline” (PG-13) 1:30, 4, 6:30 and 9 p.m.—Last day
Tuesday, Nov. 23
“Megaminds” (PG) 1:30, 4, 6:30 and 9 p.m.—Last
day Tuesday, Nov. 23
“For Colored Girls” (R) 2 and 6:30 p.m.—Last day
Tuesday, Nov. 23
“Due Date” (R) 9:30 p.m.—Last day Tuesday, Nov. 23
Starting Wednesday, Nov. 24
“Tangled” (PG) 1:30, 4, 6:30 and 9 p.m.
“Faster” (R) 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
“Burlesque” (PG-13) 1:30, 4, 6:30 and 9 p.m.
■ NEXT WEEK ON HOME VIDEO
The Expendables
The Disappearance of
Alice Creed
I’m Still Here
The Winning Season
Flipped
Tyler Perry on Blu-Ray:
Diary of a Mad Black
Woman, Why Did I
Get Married Too,
Madea Goes to Jail,
The Family That Preys
The Tudors (Series set)
Deadwood (Series set)
From News-Enterprise wire reports.
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S PA R E T I M E
Answers on Page 13
DID YOU KNOW ...
BRAIN SWEAT - CIVICS
How is it that a person born in Massachusetts, whose parents were both
born in Massachusetts, is not born a U.S. Citizen?
SCIENTISTS PROPOSE ONE-WAY TRIPS TO MARS. Invoking the spirit of “Star
Trek” in a scholarly article entitled “To Boldly Go,” two scientists contend
human travel to Mars could happen much more quickly and cheaply if the
missions are made one-way. They argue that it would be little different
from early settlers to North America, who left Europe with little expectation
of return.
“The main point is to get Mars exploration moving,” said Dirk SchulzeMakuch of Washington State University, who wrote the article in the latest
“Journal of Cosmology” with Paul Davies of Arizona State University. The
colleagues state — in one of 55 articles in the issue devoted to exploring
Mars — that humans must begin colonizing another planet as a hedge
against a catastrophe on Earth.
Mars is a six-month flight away, possesses surface gravity, an atmosphere, abundant water, carbon dioxide and essential minerals. They propose the missions start by sending two two-person teams, in separate
ships, to Mars. More colonists and regular supply ships would follow.
The technology already exists, or is within easy reach, they wrote.
An official for NASA said the space agency envisions missions to Mars
in the next decades, but that planning decidedly involves round trips.
BRAIN SWEAT ANSWER
If he was born before 1783, then Massachusetts would still be a British
colony.
President Obama informed NASA last April that he “‘believed by the mid2030s that we could send humans to orbit Mars and safely return them to
BESTSELLERS
The New York Times’ latest bestseller list
FICTION
1. ‘Towers of Midnight’ by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson. (Tor)
2. ‘The Confession’ by John Grisham (Doubleday)
3. ‘Indulgence in Death’ by J.D. Robb. (Putnam)
4. ‘The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest’ by Stieg Larsson (Knopf)
5. ‘American Assassin’ by Vince Flynn (Atria)
6. ‘Moonlight Mile’ by Dennis Lehane (Morrow/HarperCollins)
7. ‘Worth Dying For’ by Lee Child (Delacorte)
8. ‘Fall Of Giants’ by Ken Follett (Dutton)
9. ‘In the Company of Others’ by Jan Karon (Viking)
10. ‘Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk’ by David Sedaris (Little, Brown)
11. ‘Safe Haven’ by Nicholas Sparks (Grand Central)
12. ‘The Help’ by Kathryn Stockett (Amy Einhorn/Putnam)
13. ‘Side Jobs’ by Jim Butcher (Roc)
14. ‘Edge’ by Jeffery Deaver (Simon & Schuster, $26.99)
15. ‘Freedom’ by Jonathan Franzen (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
THOUGHT
‘Your way of
giving is more
important
than what you
give.’
— Vietnamese proverb.
By Dave Green
Sudoku is a numberplacing puzzle based
on a 9x9 grid with several given numbers.
The object is to place
the numbers 1 to 9 in
the empty squares so
that each row, each
column and each 3x3
box contains the same
number only once.
ANSWERS ON PAGE 5
NONFICTION
1. ‘Life’ by Keith Richards with James Fox (Little, Brown)
2. ‘Broke’ By Glenn Beck and Kevin Balfe (Threshold/Mercury Radio Arts)
3. ‘Unbearable Lightness’ by Portia de Rossi. (Atria)
4. ‘Earth (The Book)’ by Jon Stewart and others (Grand Central)
5. ‘Me’ by Ricky Martin (Celebra)
6. ‘They Call Me Baba Booey’ by Gary Dell’Abate with Chad Millman (Spiegel
& Grau)
7. ‘The Last Boy’ by Jane Leavy (Harper/HarperCollins)
8. ‘In Fifty Years We’ll All Be Chicks’ by Adam Carolla. (Crown Archetype)
9. ‘Autobiography of Mark Twain Vol. 1’ by Mark Twain (University of
California)
10. ‘Pinheads and Patriots’ by Bill O’Reilly (Morrow/Harper Collins)
11. ‘Cleopatra’ by Stacy Schiff. (Little, Brown)
12. ‘—— Finish First’ by Tucker Max (Gallery)
13. ‘Trickle Up Poverty’ by Michael Savage (Morrow/HarperCollins)
14. ‘—— My Dad Says’ by Justin Halpern (It Books/HarperCollins)
15. ‘At Home’ by Bill Bryson (Doubleday)
From News-Enterprise wire reports.
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TELEVISION
Sarah who? Alaska what?
‘Palin’s Alaska’is...
something,anyway
By HANK STUEVER
The Washington Post
Who is this woman, this fruit bat in
fleece and Gore-Tex, clenching the
side of rock face above a glacier,
screaming “Tahhd! Tahhd!” at her
husband, piercing the tranquillity of
the Alaskan paradise?
Isn’t this the kind of person whom
forest rangers usually despise? The
one whose loud command to heed
the bears actually startles the bears?
The hapless camper whom taxpayers
have to rescue at great expense after
she loses her Verizon signal and gets
hopelessly disoriented?
If it helps (and it may help a whole
bunch), imagine that you have no
earthly idea who Sarah Palin even is.
Cleanse your mind. You know
nothing.
You’re flipping channels and you
randomly land on “Sarah Palin’s
Alaska,” TLC’s new reality show that
debuts Sunday night, and you begin
to piece it together. It’s a show about
... hmmm.
About a busy mom with a sporty
husband. Their many offspring run
from a soldier son in his 20s down to
a mentally disabled adorable toddler
and an unexpected grandson with
curly blond hair. But quick enough it
seems to be a show about a woman
who fancies herself as something of a
nature enthusiast who wants to take
advantage of the short-but-sweet
Alaskan summer. So is it about the li’l
town where she lives? Is it about flowers and birdies and double rainbows?
Is it like “Northern Exposure” meets
“An American Family?”
You still don’t know. Suddenly we
learn that she has her own television
studio set up in an outbuilding across
the driveway. Why? So she can more
easily make her frequent appearances
on Fox News’ “The O’Reilly Factor,”
with Lake Lucille shimmering out the
window behind her. And what’s this —
her neighbor is writing a nasty, mean
book about her?
BARBARA WALTERS TO INTERVIEW OBAMAS
AFTER THANKSGIVING. ABC’s Barbara
Walters will interview President Barack
Obama and first lady
Michelle Obama at the
White House for a network special to air the
day after Thanksgiving.
The veteran newswoman has interviewed
every president since
Richard Nixon. It will be
OBAMA
her second time sitting
down with the Obamas, not counting a
presidential visit to “The View.”
ABC said Tuesday that the interview
will be conducted at the White House on
the Tuesday before Thanksgiving and air
Friday at 10 p.m. Eastern.
The recent midterm election results
will be a big topic, as it was when Steve
Kroft of CBS’ “60 Minutes” talked to the
president two weeks ago.
For more on the daily goings-on of
the president, Walters and life in general,
visit www.facebook.com.
From The Associated Press
GILLES MINGASSON/Discovery Communications, AP
Sarah Palin waits by her husband’s boat before heading up river to see fish being
counted in Dillingham, Alaska.
So ... she’s in politics? She writes?
She makes cupcakes? Is it another
cupcake show? If so, beware, because
9-year-old Piper Palin — cast here as
the family sassafras, speaking truth to
power — has been licking batter off
every utensil in the kitchen. Maybe it
is a show about Piper’s hopeless cause
to get her mother to stop looking at
her BlackBerry. (“Sarah!” Piper yells,
after several attempts at “Mom!” It’s
the only way to get her to look up.)
No, wait, apparently this is indeed
a show that is first and foremost about
glaciers and wildlife and riding
around in and on things with loud
motors. The family is now boarding a
floatplane, off to fish for salmon and
look for grizzly bears. Next, they pile
into a monstrous RV fit for a country
music star to see more glaciers. So it’s
an adventure show, right?
Well, context is all. Restore everything you do know — or think you
know — about Sarah Palin, and the
show becomes even more confusing.
Strangely enough, the Sarah Palin
who stars in “Sarah Palin’s Alaska”
seems to want a fresh start here, too.
In this well-staged reboot, the less you
know about her — or the less you’ve
read or seen about her or, in some
cases, shuddered to think about her —
then the better the show gets.
It’s still pretty blah and rarely rises
above a relative’s chatty slide show of
vacation pictures. After huffing and
puffing her way up trails, Palin tends
to brag an awful lot about the view.
One would imagine that the presence
of a TV crew can zap the Thoreau
out of any sojourn, but one can also
watch Palin and imagine her counting
the seconds until she’s back at the
truck and has enough signal bars to
tweet about how pretty the sky is.
“Sarah Palin’s Alaska” makes Palin
about a thousand times more relatable
and likable than any previous effort,
which is, after all, the goal. It’s a huge
improvement over “Real American
Stories,” that bit of journalistic jingoism that Palin hosted on Fox last
spring — a concept that seemed to
vanish the instant it aired.
If Palin is going to attempt a 2012
presidential campaign, a warm and
fuzzy show about life in Alaska is just
another step in brand advancement.
Palin wants us to know that she is
uniquely, fiercely of the backcountry,
a Lenscrafted denizen of the farthest
and most genuine sort of America
you can find.
6GNGXKUKQP¶U VQR Ratings for the top 10 prime-time
shows, Nov. 1-7
NETWORK • SHARES • MILLIONS OF PEOPLE
1. Dancing With The Stars
ABC • 19 • 19.9
2. NBC Sunday Night Football
NBC • 19 • 19.4
3. Dancing with the Stars Results
ABC • 17 • 16.9
4. Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick
NBC • 15 • 16.0
5. 60 Minutes
CBS • 14 • 15.1
6. World Series Game 5(S)
FOX • 14 • 15.0
7. Criminal Minds
CBS • 14 • 14.6
8. The Mentalist
CBS • 16 • 14.4
9. The Big Bang Theory
CBS • 14 • 14.0
10. CSI
CBS • 14 • 14.0
One rating point represents 1% or
1,159,000 TV households.
1XGTCNN PGVYQTM TCVKPIU
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6.9
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SOURCE: Nielsen Media Research
5.2
AP
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Presenting the five faces of Cinderella
Five applicants for lead role were so talented,Allegro Dance Theatre snapped up all of them
By BECCA OWSLEY
[email protected]
If you see Allegro Dance Theatre’s “Cinderella”
more than once and think you’re eyes are playing
tricks on you, they’re not.
Five different dancers will play the part of
Cinderella, one in each performance.
“All five of the girls
were deserving of the
role,” director Carol
Zagar said. “All five are
technically strong and
had worked hard throughout the past year to be
given this honor
and challenge.”
Abi Elliot in a
visiting
princess
costume
The girls have had a fun time accepting that challenge.
Kaity Paschetto, 16, said the experience could be
summed up in one word, “stressful.”
They each not only play Cinderella but five other
parts. Each night they will play someone different; it’s
a lot to keep up with.
Each girl plays The Fairy Godmother, The Fairy of
the Night Sky and two visiting princesses. Along with
Kaity, Amber Siscoe, 15, Rachel Laws, 16, Abi Elliott,
15, and Mary Kate Elliott, 18, play the roles.
“It’s good that we’re all friends and get along really
well or otherwise someone may have some broken
shins,” Paschetto said.
As the dancers rehearse they often have to ask
themselves or others “who am I now,” Abi said.
It’s easier when they are in costume because the costumes are specific to
their parts.
Costuming itself has been
a challenge for the five
Cinderellas.
“It’s hard to fit five different
girls that are five different sizes
into one costume,” costume
designer and mother of
two of the
Cinderellas,
Marsha
Mary Kate Elliot in
The Fairy of the
Night Sky costume
Elliott, said.
The constant alterations have to be done for five
different costumes. Height, build and different torsos
create different sizes. The plate, or tutu, has to fit
tight on the hips and because they are all different
sizes that’s often difficult.
“It’s hard but we’ll make it work,” Elliott said.
Zagar echoes the costuming issue.
“From the costumer’s aspect, this has been a
nightmare,” Zagar said.
The studio had to buy
three additional tutus, costing $500 each, to fit each
of the girls, and the costumer is still having to
make alterations depending on which girl is
doing which part for
that show, Zagar said.
The hardest part for
Zagar is making sure each of
the girls has enough
time in all five of
the roles to be able
to do her best.
An additional
40 cast
mem-
Amber Siscoe in
The Fairy
Godmother
costume
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Marimba concert coming to ECTC
IF YOU GO
The public performance of “Cinderella” is 3 p.m. Sunday at the Hardin
County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.
Admission is free. The four school performances on Monday and Tuesday
are sold out. For more information contact Allegro Dance Theatre at
(270) 352-1333.
The News-Enterprise
A free concert to be held Friday at the Morrison Gallery at Elizabethtown
Community and Technical College features three performers.
“Marimba, Flute and Piano Concert” is at 12:30 p.m. at the gallery in the
administration building on the ECTC campus.
The musicians are music school graduates who individually have performed
around the world. Friday’s concert is a rare opportunity for them to perform in
concert together.
Izumi Kaneko is a pianist who has performed with the Warsaw
Philharmonic Orchestra.
Hisako Harada, who plays and teaches flute, has performed in ensemble
groups in Japan and the United States.
Chiharu Derber is a marimba player who has performed in church and
community events.
Selections for the concert includes Western and Japanese music.
For more information about the free concert contact
[email protected] or call (270) 706-8449.
Photos by Jill Pickett
bers also have to work with each girl
in her various roles.
“For the inexperienced new
dancers, that has been difficult, as
they look for the one person they
think will be in a spot and there is
someone else there,” Zagar said.
The girls’ biggest worry is the
short amount of time they have to
practice with the prince.
“Meeting him is really scary,”
Kaity said. “He’s a pro and we’re
not.”
The
prince, John
Cartwright,
dances professionally in Chicago.
He arrives from
Chicago a few days before
the first performance, and the
girls only have a short time to rehearse with him.
“He’ll need to know where each
one of the girls place their weight
when on pointe and how she
moves,” Zagar said. “He has never
met any of us, seen the ballet and
done the ballet before.”
But she has high confidence in
his abilities because he is a graduate of Butler University and a professional dancer.
“He has partnered hundreds of
girls before and will be fine with
my five young ladies,” Zagar
said.
He will have to learn
the pas de deux, the dance
Cinderella dances with the Prince,
and spend time with each of the
girls rehearsing it.
Other than some jitters about
forgetting who they are, not knowing where to be in the dance and
getting to know their prince in a
short time, these Cinderellas are
confident that when the curtain
goes up they’ll be ready to hit the
stage.
“Dancing on stage is the best
thing ever,” Rachel said.
Creating the illusion of believability is crucial.
“There’s no more fourth wall because you have to engage with the
audience,” Mary Kate said.
The children who come to see the
performance believe it’s real, and
when that happens the dancers
know they’ve done their job well,
Abi said.
They even remember seeing a little girl in the audience who dressed
up in princess dress and tiara one
year for the performance.
For Amber, such memories are
priceless.
H O L I D AY E V E N T S
Becca Owsley can be
reached at (270)
505-1741.
The News-Enterprise
With the holidays just around the corner, activities throughout Kentucky are set to mark the season. Here are several examples of special attractions with a few new twists to visit as you travel
around the state and welcome visitors to the
Bluegrass.
Rachel
Laws in the
Cinderella
costume
Kaity
Paschetto in a
visiting princess
costume
KaLightoscope at the Galt House
Louisville Nov. 18 to Jan. 3
KaLightoscope
KaLightoscope is a landscape of larger-than-life,
lighted holiday sculptures inspired by ancient
Chinese art. Made of sheer, painted fabrics, each
figure towers more than 20 feet high, enhanced
by light, color and an imaginative setting.
Santa’s Midnight Flight over the
World, Toyland and Nativity are
just some of the 12 areas designed
to awe and delight. www.kalightoscope.com, (800)
775-7777 or (502) 584-7777
Christmas in the Valley, Renfro Valley
Nov. 19 to Jan. 1
More than 10,000 twinkling lights await visitors
with one of the largest light displays in Kentucky,
www.renfrovalley.com, (800) 765-7464
Winter Wonderland, Owensboro
Nov. 26 to Jan. 2
Owensboro’s RiverPark Center comes alive for
the holidays with Winter Wonderland, with thousands of twinkling lights, ice skating, choirs and
other live musical entertainment, and a giant
screen showing classic holiday movies. www.river
parkcenter.org, (270) 687-2770
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HCEC-TV
Hardin County Educational Community Television, E’town, Radcliff, Hardin County
and Vine Grove, Comcast, Channel 2 and Insight, Channel 25
SUNDAY
NOV. 21, 2010
2 a.m.: 5th Region volleyball tournament, Marion County vs. Elizabethtown
3:30 p.m.: 5th Region volleyball
tournament, Central Hardin vs.
Bethlehem
5 a.m.: 5th Region boys’ soccer
tournament championship, Central
Hardin vs. Elizabethtown
7 a.m.: 2nd District Football, teams
to be announced
10 a.m.: Nov. 16 Hardin County
Fiscal Court meeting
Noon: Nov. 15 Elizabethtown City
Council meeting
1 p.m.: Calendar of Events
2 p.m.: Focus on Finance.
2:30 p.m.: Conference Cross Country highlights
3 p.m.: 5th Region volleyball tournament championship, Central Hardin
vs. Elizabethtown
5 p.m.: Sub-Sectional girls’ soccer,
Central Hardin vs. Louisville
Christian Academy
7 p.m.: 2nd District football, teams
to be announced
10 p.m.: HCS Chalk Talk featuring
Hardin County Schools
10:30 p.m.: Inside the Classroom.
An in-depth spotlight on HCS teachers showing their teaching styles,
classroom footage and interviews
11 p.m.: HCS News and Views featuring events at various Hardin
County Schools
11:30 p.m.: Issues and Insight:
Hardin County government
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY
NOV. 22, 24, 26
Midnight Monday: Hardin County
Veterans Day and ceremony honoring veterans
2 a.m.: HCS News and Views featuring events at various Hardin
County Schools
2:30 p.m.: Issues and Insight:
Hardin County government
3 a.m.: Diversity Making a
Difference in Our Community
3:30 p.m.: United Way Café
4 a.m.: Hardin County Crime
Stoppers
4:30 p.m.: Health in the Heartland
5 a.m.: Conference Cross Country
highlights
5:30 p.m.: John Hardin ChorusFoster Care Benefit Concert
7 a.m.: Radcliff City Council monthly meeting
8:30 p.m.: Hardin County Veterans
Day and eremony honoring veterans
10 a.m.: NAACP conference luncheon, Labor and Industry. Presiding:
Jesse Harris, Kentucky State Conference,
Labor
Chairman;
Presenter: Ron Crouch, director,
Work Force Development
11 a.m.: Nov. 15 Elizabethtown City
Council meeting
Noon: HCS News and Views
12:30 p.m.: Issues and Insight:
Hardin County government
1 p.m.: Monthly Marquee
1:30 p.m.: Hardin County Extension
Today featuring programs at the
Extension Office
2 p.m.: Focus on Finance
2:30 p.m.: Bridges Over Barriers
featuring Family and Youth
Resource Centers
3 p.m.: HCS Chalk Talk
3:30 p.m.: Inside the Classroom
4 p.m. Monday: Conference Cross
Country highlights
4 p.m. Wednesday: NAACP conference luncheon
4 p.m. Friday: John Hardin ChorusFoster Care Benefit Concert
4:30 p.m. Monday: Hardin County
Veterans Day and ceremony honoring veterans
5 p.m. Wednesday: Diversity
Making a Difference in Our
Community
5:30 p.m. Wednesday: United Way
Café
5:30 p.m. Friday: Hardin County
Veterans Day and ceremony honoring veterans
6 p.m. Monday: NAACP Conference
luncheon
6 p.m. Wednesday: Hardin County
Crime Stoppers
6:30 p.m. Wednesday: Health in
the Heartland
7 p.m. Monday: Radcliff City
Council monthly meeting
7 p.m. Wednesday: Nov. 15
Elizabethtown City Council meeting
7 p.m. Friday: Radcliff City Council
monthly meeting
8:30 p.m. Monday: Health in the
Heartland
8:30 p.m. Wednesday: Reel Talk
featuring student video packages
from Central, John and North
Hardin high schools.
8:30 p.m. Friday: Reel Talk
9 p.m. Monday: Nov. 15 Elizabethtown City Council meeting
9 p.m. Wednesday: Radcliff City
Council meeting
Monthly meeting
9 p.m. Friday: Diversity Making a
Difference in Our Community
9:30 p.m. Friday: United Way Café
10 p.m. Friday: Hardin County
Crime Stoppers
10:30 p.m. Monday: Reel Talk
10:30 p.m. Wednesday: John
Hardin Chorus Foster Care Benefit
Concert
10:30 p.m. Friday: Health in the
Heartland
11
p.m.
Monday:
NAACP
Conference luncheon
11 p.m. Friday: Nov. 15 Elizabethtown City Council meeting
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY
NOV. 23, 25, 27
12:30 p.m.: Hardin County
Veterans Day and ceremony honoring veterans
2 a.m.: Focus on Finance
2:30 a.m.: Conference Cross
Country highlights
3 a.m.: 5th Region volleyball tournament championship, Central Hardin
vs. Elizabethtown
5 a.m.: Sub-sectional girls’ soccer,
Central Hardin vs. Louisville
Christian Academy
7 a.m.: 2nd District football, teams
to be announced
10 a.m.: HCS Chalk Talk
10:30 p.m.: Inside the Classroom
11 a.m.: Nov. 23 Hardin County
Fiscal Court meeting
1 p.m.: From the Sidelines
1:30 p.m.: Reel Talk
2 p.m. Tuesday: 5th Region volleyball tournament championship,
Central Hardin vs. Elizabethtown
2 p.m. Thursday: 2nd District football, teams to be announced
2
p.m.
Saturday:
NAACP
Conference luncheon
3 p.m. Saturday: HCS Chalk Talk
3:30 p.m. Saturday: Inside the
Classroom
4 p.m. Tuesday: Sub-sectional girls’
soccer, Central Hardin vs. Louisville
Christian Academy
4 p.m. Saturday: HCS News and
Views
4:30 p.m. Saturday: Issues and
Insight: Hardin County government
5 p.m. Thursday: Conference Cross
Country Highlights featuring area
schools
5 p.m. Saturday: Nov. 23 Hardin
County Fiscal Court meeting
5:30 Thursday: John Hardin
Chorus-Foster Care Benefit Concert
6 p.m. Tuesday: 2nd District football, teams to be announced
7 p.m. Thursday: HCS Chalk Talk
7:30 p.m. Thursday: Inside the
Classroom
7:30 p.m. Saturday: Conference
Cross Country highlights
8 p.m. Thursday: HCS News and
Views
8 p.m. Saturday: 5th Region volleyball tournament championship,
Central Hardin vs. Elizabethtown
8:30 p.m. Thursday: Issues and
Insight: Hardin County government
9 p.m. Tuesday: HCS Chalk Talk
9 p.m. Thursday: Nov. 23 Hardin
County Fiscal Court meeting
9:30 p.m. Tuesday: Inside the
Classroom
10 p.m. Tuesday: HCS News and
Views
10 p.m. Saturday: Sub-sectional
girls’ soccer, Central Hardin vs.
Louisville Christian Academy
10:30 p.m. Tuesday: Issues and
Insight: Hardin County government
11 p.m. Tuesday: Nov. 23Hardin
County Fiscal Court meeting
11:30 p.m. Thursday: John Hardin
Chorus Foster Care Benefit Concert
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of Charlotte’s assault. (N)
(CC)
Kimmel Live (N)
Antiques Roadshow “Mobile, AL”
Doc Martin “Always on My Mind”
Secrets of the Dead (CC) (DVS)
World News
Kentucky Life
GED Connection
4 PBS NewsHour (N) (CC)
The Insider (N)
TMZ (N) (CC)
The Vampire Diaries Stefan faces a Nikita Nikita rescues a journalist trying WHAS 10pm
(:35) The Oprah Winfrey Show Fash- (:35) Inside Edi- Kentuckiana Mo17 (CC)
new danger in the woods. (CC)
to expose a conspiracy.
News on WBKI
ion adviser Carson Kressley.
tion (N) (CC)
torsports
Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! (N)
The Big Bang
(:31) $..! My Dad CSI: Crime Scene Investigation A
The Mentalist “Red Moon” A triple
27 Newsfirst (N) (:35) Late Show With David Letter7 (N) (CC)
(CC)
Theory (N) (CC) Says (N) (CC)
man falls to his death. (N)
homicide involving two cops.
(CC)
man Actor Jim Carrey. (N)
The First 48 “Straight Menace”
The First 48 (N) (CC)
The First 48 (N) (CC)
The First 48 “Marked for Death”
The First 48
79 The First 48 (CC)
“Hidalgo” (2004) Viggo Mortensen. A Westerner races a horse across the Arabian desert.
“Wild Wild West” (1999, Action) Will Smith. (CC)
46 (5:15) “Last of the Dogmen”
Blue Planet: Seas of Life (CC)
Blue Planet: Seas of Life “Deep”
Blue Planet: Seas of Life (CC)
Blue Planet: Seas of Life (CC)
Blue Planet
78 Almighty Amphibians (CC)
“Kingdom Come” (2001) LL Cool J, Jada Pinkett Smith. (CC)
The Game (CC) The Game (CC) The Mo’Nique Show (N) (CC)
Wendy Williams
80 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live
The Dukes of Hazzard
“The Whole Nine Yards” (2000, Comedy) Bruce Willis.
(:15) CMT Music Redneck Wed
Smarter
86 The Dukes of Hazzard
Swoosh! Inside Nike
Biography on CNBC
American Greed
Mad Money
Swoosh, Nike
27 The Kudlow Report (N)
Parker Spitzer (N)
Larry King Live (N) (CC)
Anderson Cooper 360 (N) (CC)
Larry King Live
24 John King, USA (N)
Colbert Report Ugly Americans Futurama (CC)
Futurama (CC)
Futurama (CC)
Ugly Americans South Park
Daily Show
Colbert Report Tosh.0 (CC)
50 Daily Show
Tonight From Washington
Capital News Today
81 (5:00) House of Representatives
Oddities (CC)
Oddities (N)
Double Life “Contract Killer”
Double Life “Operation Ivan”
Oddities (CC)
Oddities (CC)
Double Life
62 Weird or What? (CC)
“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (2005) Johnny Depp.
Suite/Deck
Suite/Deck
Phineas, Ferb
Phineas, Ferb
Han. Montana
67 Sonny-Chance Sonny-Chance
Soup Presents
Soup Presents
Kardashian
Married to Rock Married to Rock Chelsea Lately
E! News
49 E! News (N)
College Football UCLA at Washington. (Live)
SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
NFL Live (CC)
31 Audibles (Live)
College Basketball Coaches vs. Cancer -- Illinois vs. Texas. (Live)
E:60 (N)
32 College Basketball Coaches vs. Cancer -- Maryland vs. Pittsburgh.
“Mean Girls” (2004) Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams. (CC)
“Cheaper by the Dozen” (2003) Steve Martin. Premiere. (CC)
The 700 Club (CC)
My Wife & Kids
21
Good Eats (N)
Iron Chef America
Iron Chef America
Food Feuds (N) Meat- Potatoes Chopped Duck appetizers.
Iron Chef Amer.
73 Good Eats
Two/Half Men
Two/Half Men
Two/Half Men
Two/Half Men
Always Sunny
The League (N) Always Sunny
The League
Terriers
71 “You Don’t Mess”
The O’Reilly Factor (N) (CC)
Hannity (N)
On Record, Greta Van Susteren
The O’Reilly Factor
Hannity
26 FOX Report With Shepard Smith
Cavaliers, Paint Blue Jackets
Tennis Outback Champions Series: Arizona.
Profiles
Bearcats Sports College Basketball Virginia at Stanford. (Live)
Predators Live! College Basketball Virginia at Stanford. (Live)
36 Preds Snapshot NHL Hockey Nashville Predators at Montreal Canadiens. (Subject to Blackout) (Live)
Deal or No Deal Family Feud
Family Feud
Newlywed
Baggage (CC)
1 vs. 100 (CC)
Lingo (CC)
Deal or No Deal (CC)
Catch 21 (CC)
72 1 vs. 100 (CC)
“Karroll’s Christmas” (2004) Tom Everett Scott, Verne Troyer. (CC)
“Karroll’s Christmas” (2004) Tom Everett Scott, Verne Troyer. (CC)
Moonlight
48 (6:00) “Ebbie” (1995) (CC)
House Hunters My First Place
My First Place
House Crashers Property Virgins House Hunters Hunters Int’l
Hunters Int’l
House Hunters House Crashers
77 Hunters Int’l
UFO Files “Deep Sea UFOs”
Ancient Aliens (CC)
Ancient Aliens (N) (CC)
Apocalypse PA. Apocalypse PA. UFO Files (CC)
58 Marked Biker tattoos. (CC)
The Fairy Jobmother (N) (CC)
The Fairy Jobmother (CC)
How I Met
How I Met
Frasier (CC)
23 “Her Sister’s Keeper” (2006) Dahlia Salem, Meghan Ory. (CC)
Countdown With Keith Olbermann The Rachel Maddow Show (N)
The Last Word
Countdown With Keith Olbermann Rachel Maddow
28 Hardball With Chris Matthews
Pranked
Pranked
Pranked
Pranked
Pranked (N)
Megadrive (N)
Bully Beatdown The Ride
Fantasy Factory
88 16 and Pregnant (CC)
My Wife-Kids
My Wife-Kids
Hates Chris
Hates Chris
George Lopez
George Lopez
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
68 iCarly “iPsycho” (CC)
Gangland “Circle of Death” (CC)
TNA Wrestling (N) (CC)
TNA ReACTION (N)
Son of-Beach
85 Gangland “The Death Head”
Destination Truth (CC)
Destination Truth (CC)
Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files
Hollywd-Trsr
Hollywd-Trsr
Fact or Faked
70 Destination Truth (CC)
Full Flame (CC) Behind Scenes David Jeremiah Win.-Wisdom
This/Your Day
Praise the Lord (CC)
Behind Scenes
75 Always Good
Seinfeld (CC)
“Legally Blonde” (2001, Comedy) Reese Witherspoon. (CC)
The Office (CC) The Office (CC) Conan (N)
Lopez Tonight
19 Seinfeld (CC)
Police Women of Dallas (CC)
Police Women of Dallas (N) (CC)
Pawn Queens
Pawn Queens
Police Women of Dallas (CC)
Pawn Queens
57 County Jail: Oakland (CC)
NBA Basketball Phoenix Suns at Orlando Magic. From Amway Arena in Orlando, Fla.
NBA Basketball Denver Nuggets at Portland Trail Blazers. (CC)
42 Bones (CC)
Johnny Test
Total Drama
Scooby-Doo
Adventure Time Regular Show
King of the Hill King of the Hill Family Guy
Family Guy
Delocated
66 Scooby-Doo
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Carnivore
Man v. Food
Mysteries at the Museum (CC)
Extreme Pig Outs (CC)
Carnivore
56 Man v. Food
54 Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Roseanne (CC) Roseanne (CC) Roseanne (CC)
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Burn Notice “Hot Property” (N)
White Collar “By the Book” (CC)
Psych (CC)
41 Law & Order: SVU
Don’t Forget
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
One-Hit Wndrs
87 Don’t Forget
How I Met
How I Met
Just Shoot Me
Just Shoot Me
Scrubs (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
WWE Stars
18 Dharma & Greg Dharma & Greg WWE Superstars (N) (CC)
Industrial Light & Magic: Creating
“Paul Blart: Mall Cop” (2009) Kevin James.
(:35) “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo” (1999)
Alphabet Killer
291 (6:15) “Jumanji” (1995)
“The Box” (2009, Horror) Cameron Diaz. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
24/7 Pacquiao
Bored to Death Cathouse: Menage a Trois (CC)
Wartorn 1861
201 (6:00) “Amelia” (2009) ‘PG’
In Treatment
“It’s Complicated” (2009) Meryl Streep, Steve Martin. (CC)
Boardwalk Empire (CC)
In Treatment
In Treatment
In Treatment
202 In Treatment
Real Time With Bill Maher (CC)
“Orphan” (2009) Vera Farmiga, Peter Sarsgaard. (CC)
21 Grams
203 “City Hall” (1996, Suspense) Al Pacino, John Cusack. (CC)
“Public Enemies” (2009, Crime Drama) Johnny Depp. ‘R’ (CC)
“Rush” (1991, Drama) Jason Patric, Sam Elliott. ‘R’ (CC)
Zane’s Sex
260 Bev. Hills Cop
(:15) “Bangkok Dangerous” (2008) Nicolas Cage. ‘R’ (CC)
Dexter “Take It” (iTV) (CC)
Stop, Charlie
Single
Kiss and Tail
221 (6:30) “Everybody’s Fine”
Weeds (CC)
The Big C (CC) Inside NASCAR
“The Killer Inside Me” (2010) Casey Affleck.
222 (:15) “Against the Current” (2009) Joseph Fiennes, Justin Kirk.
(:20) “Planet 51” (2009, Comedy) Jessica Biel
“About a Boy” (2002) Hugh Grant.
(:45) “The Men Who Stare at Goats” (2009) George Clooney.
281 Imaginarium
“Fanboys” (2008) Sam Huntington. ‘PG-13’
“High Life” (2009) Timothy Olyphant. ‘R’ (CC)
“Deep in the Valley” (2009) Chris Pratt. ‘R’ (CC)
241 (6:25) “The Vicious Kind” (2009)
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LIFE
MSNBC
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Diversity
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Crime Stoppers Health in the
Elizabethtown City Council Meeting
School Pride A school gets new ath- Dateline NBC Prince Charles discuss- Harmony Combating the environmen- WAVE 3 News at (:35) The Tonight Show With Jay
letic facilities. (N) (CC)
es his life. (N) (CC)
tal crisis. (N) (CC)
11 (N)
Leno Musician Garth Brooks. (N)
Entertainment To- Inside Edition (N) Supernanny Jo helps a couple with Primetime: What Would You Do? (N) 20/20 Cher; a mother accused of mur- High School Ga- (:35) Nightline (N) (12:06) Jimmy
11 night (N)
(CC)
unruly children. (N) (CC)
(CC)
der. (N) (CC)
metime
(CC)
Kimmel Live
Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! (N)
Medium Questioning the guilt of a sex CSI: NY “Justified” The CSIs uncover a Blue Bloods “Re-Do” A Reagan’s life WLKY High
(:35) Late Show With David Letter5 (N) (CC)
(CC)
offender. (N) (CC)
secret about Carver. (N)
is in danger. (N) (CC)
School
man (N) (CC)
Two and a Half
How I Met Your House “Office Politics” Cuddy forces The Good Guys Jack and Dan uncov- FOX News at Ten (:45) FOX 41
Two and a Half
The Office “The Friends (CC)
12 Men (CC)
Mother (CC)
House to hire a female.
er a major heist. (N) (CC)
(N)
Sports
Men (CC)
Banker” (CC)
Without a Trace “Gung-Ho” Team
Without a Trace “Legacy” Husband
Without a Trace “Doppelganger” Twin Criminal Minds “Amplification” Deadly Word Alive
Glenn Arekion
10 searches for a U.S. soldier.
vanishes after a quarrel.
brothers are suspects. (CC)
virus is released. (CC)
WealthTrack
Doc Martin “Always on My Mind”
“His Girl Friday” (1940) Cary Grant. (CC)
Art Sinsabaugh Charlie Rose (N) (CC)
Tavis Smiley (N)
14 Expeditions
King of the Hill Family Guy (CC) Monk “Mr. Monk Goes Back to School” Monk There may be a killer on Monk’s Seinfeld “The Pi- That ’70s Show My Name Is Earl How I Met Your Curb Your Enthu16 (CC)
A teacher’s death. (CC)
flight. (CC)
lot, Part II”
(CC)
(CC)
Mother (CC)
siasm (CC)
WBKO at 6 (N)
Wheel of Fortune Supernanny Jo helps a couple with Primetime: What Would You Do? (N) 20/20 Cher; a mother accused of mur- WBKO at 10 (N) (:35) Nightline (N) (12:06) Jimmy
13
(N) (CC)
unruly children. (N) (CC)
(CC)
der. (N) (CC)
(CC)
Kimmel Live
Comment Ky.
McLaughlin
Washington W’k BBC Newsnight Need to Know (N) (CC)
World News
Kentucky Life
Woodsongs
4 PBS NewsHour (N) (CC)
The Insider “John TMZ (N) (CC)
Smallville “Patriot” Oliver tries to pro- Supernatural Dean is abducted from WHAS 10pm
(:35) The Oprah Winfrey Show (CC) (:35) Inside Edi- Star Trek: The
17 Travolta”
tect the team. (N) (CC)
a crop circle. (N) (CC)
News on WBKI
tion (N) (CC)
Next Generation
Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! (N)
Medium Questioning the guilt of a sex CSI: NY “Justified” The CSIs uncover a Blue Bloods “Re-Do” A Reagan’s life 27 Newsfirst (N) (:35) Late Show With David Letter7 (N) (CC)
(CC)
offender. (N) (CC)
secret about Carver. (N)
is in danger. (N) (CC)
(CC)
man (N) (CC)
Criminal Minds “To Hell ...” (CC)
Criminal Minds “... And Back”
Criminal Minds “Zoe’s Reprise”
Criminal Minds (CC)
Criminal Minds
79 The First 48 Two homicide cases.
“Jeepers Creepers” (2001) Gina Philips, Justin Long. (CC)
The Walking Dead (CC)
“Jeepers Creepers” (2001) Gina Philips.
46 (6:00) “Tremors” (1990)
I Was Bitten (CC)
River Monsters: Unhooked (CC)
Fatal Attractions (CC)
River Monsters: Unhooked (CC)
Fatal Attraction
78 The Tiger Next Door (CC)
“National Security” (2003) Martin Lawrence, Steve Zahn. (CC)
“A Low Down Dirty Shame” (1994) Keenen Ivory Wayans. (CC)
Wendy Williams
80 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live
The Dukes of Hazzard
Chr
Bret Michaels
World’s Strictest Parents (N)
Chr
Chr
Smarter
86 The Dukes of Hazzard
The Apprentice (CC)
CNBC Titans “Donald Trump”
American Greed “Mob Money”
Mad Money
The Apprentice
27 The Kudlow Report (N)
Parker Spitzer (N)
Larry King Live (N) (CC)
Anderson Cooper 360 (N) (CC)
Larry King Live
24 John King, USA (N)
Colbert Report Loni Love: America’s Sister (CC)
Dave Chappelle: Killin
Dane Cook: ISolated INcident
Aaron Karo: The Rest is History
Interruption
50 Daily Show
Capital News Today
81 (6:30) Tonight From Washington
Swamp Loggers “Setbacks”
Swamp Loggers “Truck Wars”
Storm Chasers “Dedication” (CC)
Swamp Loggers “Setbacks”
Swamp Loggers
62 Swamp Loggers “Rainy Days”
“Hannah Montana: The Movie” (2009) Miley Cyrus. ‘G’
Shake it Up!
Shake it Up!
Wizards-Place
Wizards-Place
Fish Hooks
Fish Hooks
Fish Hooks
67
Married to Rock Married to Rock Kendra
Kendra
The Soup (N)
Fashion Police
Chelsea Lately
E! News
49 E! News (N)
NBA Basketball Chicago Bulls at Dallas Mavericks. (Subject to Blackout) (Live)
SportsCenter
31 NBA Basketball Oklahoma City Thunder at Boston Celtics. From TD Garden in Boston.
College Football Fresno State at Boise State. (Live)
32 College Basketball Coaches vs. Cancer, Final: Teams TBA. From New York. (Live)
My Wife & Kids
21 Melissa & Joey Melissa & Joey Melissa & Joey Melissa & Joey Melissa & Joey Melissa & Joey Melissa & Joey Melissa & Joey The 700 Club (CC)
Unwrapped
Chopped “Cornuchopia”
Diners, Drive
Diners, Drive
Outrage.- Food Best Thing Ate
Thanksgiving Unwrapped
Diners, Drive
73 Good Eats
Two/Half Men
“Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” (2001) Angelina Jolie, Jon Voight.
“My Super Ex-Girlfriend” (2006) Uma Thurman, Luke Wilson.
Sons, Anarchy
71 Two/Half Men
The O’Reilly Factor (N) (CC)
Hannity (N)
On Record, Greta Van Susteren
The O’Reilly Factor
Hannity
26 FOX Report With Shepard Smith
Cavaliers, Paint Cavaliers Live
NBA Basketball Cleveland Cavaliers at New Orleans Hornets. (Subject to Blackout)
Cavaliers Live
Boxing Carlos Molina vs. David Rodela. (Taped)
SEC Gridiron Live
Football Pr.
The Final Score ACC All-Access The Final Score NHL Hockey
36 College Basketball Radford at South Carolina. (Live)
Deal or No Deal Family Feud
Family Feud
Newlywed
Baggage (CC)
1 vs. 100 (CC)
Lingo (CC)
Deal or No Deal (CC)
Catch 21 (CC)
72 1 vs. 100 (CC)
“The Good Witch’s Gift” (2010) Catherine Bell, Chris Potter. (CC)
“The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” (2008) Henry Winkler. (CC)
Fallen Angel
48 (6:00) “Moonlight and Mistletoe”
House Hunters Property Virgins Property Virgins Hunters Int’l
Hunters Int’l
Hunters Int’l
Hunters Int’l
Hunters Int’l
Hunters Int’l
Hunters Int’l
77 Hunters Int’l
Modern Marvels (CC)
Modern Marvels (N) (CC)
Jobsite “Concrete Countdown”
Gangland “Assassins” (CC)
Modern Marvels
58 Modern Marvels (CC)
How I Met
Reba (CC)
Reba (CC)
Reba (CC)
Reba (CC)
Reba (CC)
Reba (CC)
The Fairy Jobmother (CC)
Reba (CC)
23 How I Met
Countdown With Keith Olbermann The Rachel Maddow Show (N)
Lockup: Raw “Harsh Reality”
Lockup “Inside Alaska”
San Quentin
28 Hardball With Chris Matthews
Pranked
Pranked
Pranked
Jackass (CC)
Jackass (CC)
“Dawn of the Dead” (2004) Sarah Polley, Ving Rhames.
Dawn-Dead
88 Pranked
iCarly (CC)
iCarly “iStart a Fan War” (N)
Big Time Rush
George Lopez
George Lopez
Glenn Martin
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
68 iCarly (CC)
Ways to Die
Ways to Die
Entourage (CC) Entourage (CC) Ways to Die
85 UFC 122: Marquardt vs. Okami
WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (N) (CC)
Sanctuary “Animus” (N) (CC)
Stargate Universe “Malice” (CC)
Sanctuary (CC)
70 (5:30) “Cold Creek Manor”
Behind Scenes Hal Lindsey
Joel Osteen
Frederick Price Praise the Lord (CC)
Life Focus (CC)
75 Live-Holy Land Supernatural
Seinfeld (CC)
The Grinch
“Shrek” (2001, Comedy) (PA) Voices of Mike Myers. (CC)
(:25) “Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat” (2003)
Glory Daze
19 Seinfeld (CC)
What Not to Wear “Hillary” (N)
Homemade Millionaire “Beauty”
What Not to Wear “Hillary” (CC)
Homemade
57 What the Sell?! What the Sell?! What Not to Wear “Alexandra”
“The Bucket List” (2007) Jack Nicholson. Premiere. (CC)
“The Bucket List” (2007, Comedy-Drama) Jack Nicholson. (CC)
Tombstone (CC)
42 Bones “The Woman in Limbo”
Sym-Bionic
Generator Rex
Star Wars
Sym-Bionic
King of the Hill King of the Hill Family Guy
Family Guy
American Dad
66 Batman: Brave Ben 10 Ult.
Man v. Food
Ghost Adventures (CC)
Ghost Adventures (N) (CC)
Ghost Adventures (CC)
Ghost Adventures (CC)
Ghost Adv.
56 Man v. Food
54 Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Roseanne (CC) (:31) Roseanne Roseanne (CC)
“National Treasure” (2004) Nicolas Cage. A man tries to steal the Declaration of Independence.
House “Office Politics” (CC)
Gold Compass
41 NCIS “Dead and Unburied” (CC)
Don’t Forget
Bret Michaels
40 Naughtiest Celebrity Scandals Stars’ actions dominate headlines.
Kid Rock: Born World Stage
2010 European Music Awards
87 Don’t Forget
Old Christine
Old Christine
Old Christine
How I Met
How I Met
Just Shoot Me
Just Shoot Me
Scrubs (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
South Park
18 Old Christine
“The Taking of Pelham 123” (2009) Denzel Washington.
(9:50) “Spy Game” (2001) Robert Redford, Brad Pitt. (CC)
Timecop
291 (6:05) “The Karate Kid Part II”
“Couples Retreat” (2009) Vince Vaughn. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
Dennis Miller: The Big Speech (N)
“Avatar” (2009) Sam Worthington. ‘PG-13’
201 (6:15) “Starsky & Hutch”
“Taken” (2008) Liam Neeson. (CC)
Bored to Death In Treatment
In Treatment
In Treatment
In Treatment
Boardwalk Em.
202 (6:00) “The Assignment”
“E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” (1982) Henry Thomas. (CC)
Boardwalk Empire (CC)
“Up in the Air” (2009) George Clooney. (CC)
Unfaithful
203
(:15) “The Fourth Kind” (2009) Milla Jovovich. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
“Fast & Furious” (2009, Action) Vin Diesel. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
(11:50) Lingerie
260 (6:35) “The Mod Squad” ‘R’
Weeds (iTV)
The Big C (iTV)
“Push” (2009) Chris Evans. iTV Premiere. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
Strikeforce Challenger Series
221 “How to Lose Friends”
“Cocaine Cowboys II: Hustlin’”
Dexter “Take It” (CC)
Inside the NFL (CC)
Stop, Charlie
Single
Look (CC)
222 Next Day Air
(:20)
“Up” (2009) Voices of Ed Asner.
“Legion” (2010) Paul Bettany, Lucas Black.
(:45)
“Signs” (2002, Suspense) Mel Gibson, Joaquin Phoenix.
281 About a Boy
“Scary Movie 2” (2001) Shawn Wayans. ‘R’
“Before I Self Destruct” (2009) 50 Cent. ‘R’ (CC)
“Green Street 2: Stand Your Ground” (2009) ‘NR’
Surveillance ‘R’
241 Irresistible ‘R’
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WMYO 16 10
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A&E
AMC
ANIM
BET
CMTV
CNBC
CNN
COMD
CSPAN
DISC
DISN
E!TV
ESPN
ESPN2
FAM
FOOD
FX
FXNWS
FXSO
FXSS
GSN
HALL
HGTV
HIST
LIFE
MSNBC
MTV
NICK
SPIKE
SYFY
TBN
TBS
TLC
TNT
TOON
TRAV
TVL
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VH1
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(7:00) Today Reports from
America Now (CC)
Turbo Dogs (EI)
Afghanistan; Sandra Lee. (N) (CC)
(CC)
Good Morning America (N) (CC)
Good Morning
The Strong Side That’s So Raven
Kentuckiana
(EI) (CC)
The Early Show (N) (CC)
Doodlebops
Rockin’ Road
The Young Icons Eco Company (N) Paid Program
Paid Program
Weekend Market(EI) (CC)
(EI) (CC)
place (CC)
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
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10:30
Classroom
Shelldon (EI)
(CC)
That’s So Raven
“Sister Act” (EI)
Doodlebops
Rockin’ Road
Weekend Marketplace (CC)
10 Minute Meals
11:00
11:30
Hardin County Fiscal Court Meeting
The Magic School Babar “Land of
Bus
Games” (CC)
Hannah Montana The Suite Life of
(EI) (CC)
Zack & Cody
Sabrina’s Secret Sabrina, the AniLife (CC)
mated Series
Weekend Market- Weekend Marketplace (CC)
place (CC)
Paid Program
Paid Program
12:00
12:30
1:00
The Sidelines
College Football Troy at South Carolina. (Live)
To Be Announced
Paid Program
Paid Program
College Basketball
Healing Foods
Awesome Adven“The Transporter” (2002, Action)
tures (CC)
Jason Statham, Shu Qi.
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Arthur (EI)
WordGirl (EI)
Electric Comp.
Garden Smart
Victory Garden Yankee Shop
Jack Hanna’s Into 9th Period (N) (EI) Paid Program
Paid Program
Da Show
Paid Program
Judge Joe Brown Judge Judy (CC) Stargate Atlantis A mysterious drone Stargate Universe
16 the Wild (N)
(CC)
(CC)
crashes into the city. (CC)
“Justice”
Good Morning America (N) (CC)
The Emperor’s
The ReplaceThat’s So Raven That’s So Raven Hannah Montana The Suite Life of College Football Troy at South Carolina. (Live)
13
New School
ments (CC)
(EI) (CC)
“Sister Act” (EI)
(EI) (CC)
Zack & Cody
Dinosaur Train
Thomas/Friends Angelina: Next
School-Fine Art Joy/Painting
Sew With Nancy Sewing Room
Quilting Arts
Knitting Daily
Katie Brown
4 Super Why!
Sonic X “Agent of Sonic X (CC)
Yu-Gi-Oh! (CC)
Sonic X “A Fear- Dragon Ball Z Kai Dragon Ball Z Kai Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s
Kentuckiana Mo- The Real Estate Animal Atlas (N)
17 Mischief”
less Friend”
(N) (CC)
(N) (CC)
(N) (CC)
(N) (CC)
torsports
Show
(CC)
Sabrina’s Secret Sabrina, the Ani- The Early Show (N) (CC)
Kentucky News- Scholastic Ball College Football Troy at South Carolina. (Live)
7 Life (CC)
mated Series
makers
Report
Flip This House (CC)
Parking Wars
79 Sell This House! Sell This House! Sell This House! Sell This House! Fix This Kitchen Sell This House! Flip This House (CC)
Paid Program
“The Wild and the Innocent” (1959) Audie Murphy. (CC)
“The War Wagon” (1967, Western) John Wayne, Kirk Douglas. (CC)
46 Paid Program
Funny Animals Funny Animals It’s Me or the Dog (CC)
Pit Boss “Show Me the Money”
Pit Boss Shorty helps Jordan.
Killer Crocs
78 Dog Championships
Black/Beautiful Hates Chris
Hates Chris
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
80 Lens on Talent
Top 20 Countdown
86 (6:00) CMT Music
TRIALaser
Paid Program
Paid Program
Sexy Faces
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
27 New Math
Newsroom
Newsroom
Newsroom
Your Money
24 CNN Saturday Morning
“The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!” (1988)
“National Lampoon’s European Vacation” (1985) Chevy Chase.
Scrubs (CC)
50 Mike Birbiglia: What I Should
C-SPAN Weekend
81 (7:00) Washington Journal
Storm Chasers “Perfect Storm”
Swamp Loggers “Money Pit”
Dirty Jobs Insulation technicians.
Nazi UFO Conspiracy (CC)
Jack the Ripper
62 Patient Ed: Future Family
Mickey Mouse
Phineas, Ferb
Phineas, Ferb
Phineas, Ferb
Fish Hooks
Suite/Deck
Suite/Deck
Wizards-Place
Wizards-Place
Good-Charlie
67 Mickey Mouse
E! News (N)
Fashion Police
The Soup
Married to Rock Married to Rock Celebrity Plastic Surgery Stories
49 Cutest Child Stars
SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
College GameDay (Live) (CC)
College Football Wisconsin at Michigan. (Live)
31 SportsCenter (CC)
SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
College Football Pittsburgh at South Florida. (Live)
32 English Premier League Soccer Arsenal vs. Tottenham Hotspur.
“Back to the Future” (1985, Comedy) Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd. (CC)
“Back to the Future Part II” (1989) (CC)
21 (7:00) “Miss Congeniality” (2000, Comedy)
Sandra Lee
Mexican-Easy
Guy’s Big Bite Thanksgiving (N)
Down Home
Paula’s Best
30-Minute Meal Secrets-Chef
Giada at Home
73 5 Ingredient Fix Thanksgiving (N)
“Kingdom of Heaven” (2005) Orlando Bloom.
“The Transporter” (2002, Action) Jason Statham, Shu Qi.
“Man on Fire” (2004) Denzel Washington.
71 (7:00)
Bulls and Bears On Business
Forbes on FOX Cashin’ In (CC) America’s News HQ
26 (7:00) FOX and Friends Saturday
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Dual Saw
Healing Foods
Game Time With Jim Tressel
College Football Oklahoma State at Kansas. (Live)
Outdoors
Ins the Huddle
David Cutcliffe
Ship Shape TV
Outdoors
SEC Gridiron Live
College Football Oklahoma State at Kansas. (Live)
36 Paid Program
Paid Program
Hollywood Sq.
Whammy!/Press Chain Reaction Family Feud
Newlywed
Catch 21 (CC)
1 vs. 100 A mob of 100 children.
Deal or No Deal
72 Paid Program
“Fallen Angel” (2003, Drama) Gary Sinise, Joely Richardson. (CC)
“The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” (2008)
48 “The National Tree” (2009) Andrew McCarthy, Kari Matchett. (CC)
Holmes on Homes (CC)
Disaster DIY (N) Disaster DIY
House Crashers Income Prop.
Designed/Sell
Designed-Sell
The Unsellables
77 Bathtastic! (CC) Sweat Equity
Last Days on Earth (CC)
God vs. Satan (CC)
Apocalypse PA.
58 Decoding the Past (CC)
Sexy Faces
Paid Program
Forget Diets!
Paid Program
Paid Program
“A Memory in My Heart” (1999, Drama) Jane Seymour. (CC)
When Andrew
23 Paid Program
MSNBC News Live (N)
MSNBC News Live (N)
MSNBC News Live (N)
Coroner: Deceased: Unknown
Taking the Bait
28 MSNBC News Live (N)
16 and Pregnant (CC)
Seven Weekend When I Was 17
When I Was 17
10 on Top (N)
16 and Pregnant “Lori” (CC)
16-Pregnant
88 16 and Pregnant “Kailyn” (CC)
OddParents
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
The Penguins
Fanboy-Chum
Planet Sheen
T.U.F.F. Puppy
iCarly (CC)
True Jackson
Big Time Rush
68 OddParents
Baby Can Read Practical Tac.
Lives Depend
What If? (CC)
Conceal-School Xtreme 4x4 (N)
Horsepower TV Trucks! (N)
MuscleCar (CC) Gangland (CC)
85 Best Cooking
Paid Program
“Solar Attack” (2006) Louis Gossett Jr., Mark Dacascos. (CC)
“2012: Supernova” (2009) Brian Krause, Heather McComb.
Supernova (CC)
70 Paid Program
Sing Along
Dooley & Pals
Dr. Wonder
Adventures
Auto B. Good
Mary-Hopkins
God Rocks!
Friends Heroes Ishine Knect (EI)
75 BJs Teddy Bear Miss Charity
(:25) “Vegas Vacation” (1997, Comedy) Chevy Chase. (CC)
(:25) “RV” (2006) Robin Williams, Jeff Daniels. Premiere. (CC)
19 (7:25) “Dead Man on Campus” (1998) (PA)
Paid Program
Home Made Simple (N) (CC)
Property Ladder (CC)
Property Ladder (CC)
Property Ladder (CC)
Dateline: Real
57 Paid Program
Rizzoli & Isles (CC)
Southland “Sally in the Ally” (CC)
The Closer “War Zone” (CC)
Law & Order “The Family Hour”
Tombstone (CC)
42 Law & Order “Admissions”
Sym-Bionic
Generator Rex
Star Wars
Bakugan: Gun
Hot Wheels
Hole in the Wall Scooby-Doo
Garfield Show
Garfield Show
Tom and Jerry
66 Pokemon: DP
World’s Best Places to Pig Out
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Carnivore
101 Chowdown Countdown (CC)
101 Chowdown
56 Tastiest Places Food Wars
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
Dream-Jeannie Dream-Jeannie Dream-Jeannie
54 The Nanny
Best Cooking
Psych “In Plain Fright” (CC)
Burn Notice “Hot Property” (CC)
“The Golden Compass” (2007) Nicole Kidman, Dakota Blue Richards. (CC)
41 Paid Program
Top 20 Countdown
“Dirty Dancing” (1987) Jennifer Grey, Patrick Swayze.
87 (6:00) Jump Start
Paid Program
In the Heat of the Night (CC)
In the Heat of the Night (CC)
Walker, Texas Ranger (CC)
Walker, Texas Ranger “Angel”
Law Order: CI
18 Paid Program
“Race to Witch Mountain” (2009) (CC)
(:45)
“Fried Green Tomatoes” (1991) Kathy Bates, Jessica Tandy. (CC)
Timecop
291 (7:30) “Honey, I Blew Up the Kid”
What to Watch
“Invictus” (2009, Drama) Morgan Freeman, Matt Damon. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
(:15) Avatar (CC)
201 “Amelia” (2009, Biography) Hilary Swank. ‘PG’ (CC)
Boxing (CC)
“The Muse” (1999) Albert Brooks. (CC)
(:15)
“The Blind Side” (2009) (CC)
202 (7:45) “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs”
(:45) “Joe Somebody” (2001) Tim Allen, Julie Bowen. (CC)
“Love Happens” (2009, Romance) Aaron Eckhart. (CC)
In Treatment
In Treatment
203 Riding in Cars
(:45) “The Last Legion” (2007) Colin Firth. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
“Role Models” (2008) Seann William Scott.
(:15) “Ricochet” (1991) Denzel Washington.
260 Who Framed
(:45)
“You Kill Me” (2007, Comedy) Ben Kingsley. iTV. ‘R’
(:25) “Spin” (2007) iTV. ‘R’
(:45) “Vanilla Sky” (2001) ‘R’
221 (7:30) “W.” (2008) Josh Brolin. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
“Tootsie” (1982)
Inside NASCAR (:45) “Mercy” (2009) Scott Caan. Premiere.
(:15)
“Big Fan” (2009) Patton Oswalt.
(:45) “Transporter 3” (2008)
222 (7:00)
(9:50) “Legion” (2010, Horror) Paul Bettany.
(:35) “K-PAX” (2001, Drama) Kevin Spacey, Jeff Bridges.
281 “The Proposal” (2009) Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds.
“Medicine for Melancholy” (2008) ‘NR’ (CC)
“Ruthless People” (1986) Danny DeVito. ‘R’
241 (:05) “Seven Years in Tibet” (1997, Drama) Brad Pitt, David Thewlis. ‘PG-13’
PULSE | The News-Enterprise | NOVEMBER 18-NOVEMBER 24, 2010
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HCEC
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KET2
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WMYO 16 10 16
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WBKI
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WKYT
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A&E
AMC
ANIM
BET
CMTV
CNBC
CNN
COMD
CSPAN
DISC
DISN
E!TV
ESPN
ESPN2
FAM
FOOD
FX
FXNWS
FXSO
FXSS
GSN
HALL
HGTV
HIST
LIFE
MSNBC
MTV
NICK
SPIKE
SYFY
TBN
TBS
TLC
TNT
TOON
TRAV
TVL
USA
VH1
WGN-A
ENC
HBO
HBOP
HBOS
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ECTC Hall of Distinguished
(12:00) College Football Troy at South Carolina. (Live)
Cable Key: E-E’town/Hardin/Vine Grove/LaRue R/B-Radcliff/Fort Knox/Muldraugh/Brandenburg
3:30
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
HCS Chalk Talk
Classroom
News/Views
Issues
Hardin County Veteran Farmers
The American
“Life Stinks” (1991, Comedy) Mel Brooks, Lesley Ann Warren. A rich man Wave 3 News at 6 NBC Nightly
Athlete (CC)
spends a month in an impoverished neighborhood.
(N)
News (N) (CC)
(:00) College Basketball Jackson State at Louisville.
College Football College Football Teams To Be Announced. (Live)
(Live)
Countdown
The NFL’s Man in the Hat: Tom
College Football College Football College Football Mississippi at LSU. (Live) (CC)
Landry (N) (CC)
Special (N)
Today (CC)
(12:30) “The Transporter” (2002)
“The Pledge” (2001, Drama) Jack Nicholson, Robin Wright Penn, Aaron Eckhart. A detective NUMB3RS “Traffic” A father is gunned House “97 Seconds” The final 10 felJason Statham, Shu Qi.
promises to find a young girl’s murderer.
down on the freeway.
lowship candidates. (CC)
Profit In Your
Forget Diets!
Paid Program
Paid Program
Forget Diets!
Paid Program
Paid Program
Ellery Queen Mystery writer deciphers Paid Program
“Pay It ForTown
clues.
ward” (2000)
This Old House This Old House Hometime (N)
Woodsmith
Woodwright
Barbecue Amrc Primal Grill
MotorWeek (N)
Desert Speaks
Nature (CC) (DVS)
(:00) Stargate
That ’70s Show That ’70s Show
“The Avengers” (1998, Adventure) Ralph Fiennes, Uma Thurman, Sean
New Adv./Old
New Adv./Old
“The Day After Tomorrow”
Universe (CC)
(CC)
(CC)
Connery. Two British spies attempt to bring down an aristocrat.
Christine
Christine
(2004, Action) Dennis Quaid.
(12:00) College Football Troy at South Carolina. (Live)
College Football College Football Teams To Be Announced. (Live)
Countdown
Garden Home
Wolf: Travels
Steves’ Europe Lidia’s Italy
Everyday Food Test Kitchen
Taste of History Antiques Roadshow “Mobile, AL”
The Lawrence Welk Show
Mad About... (CC)
“13 Going on 30” (2004, Romance-Comedy) Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruf- Paid Program
Paid Program
TMZ (N) (CC)
Paid Program
The Real Estate
falo. An uncool girl magically becomes a successful adult.
Show
(12:00) College Football Troy at South Carolina. (Live)
College Football Mississippi at LSU. (Live) (CC)
Parking Wars
Parking Wars
Parking Wars
Parking Wars
Parking Wars
Parking Wars
Parking Wars
Exterminator
Exterminator
Exterminator
Exterminator
“Chisum” (1970, Western) John Wayne, Forrest Tucker. (CC)
“Broken Trail” (2006) Robert Duvall. A cowboy and his nephew save five girls from prostitution.
Killer Crocs
Piranhas (CC)
Hillbilly Hand Fishin’ (CC)
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Pit Bulls and Parolees (CC)
Pit Bulls and Parolees (CC)
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill
College Hill (CC)
“A Low Down Dirty Shame”
Kid Rock: Born The Dukes of Hazzard
The Dukes of Hazzard
The Dukes of Hazzard
The Dukes of Hazzard
40 Greatest Songs of the Decade
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Sexy Faces
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Your Money
Newsroom
Newsroom
Newsroom
Newsroom
Situation Room
Scrubs (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
“Idiocracy” (2006, Comedy) Luke Wilson, Maya Rudolph. (CC)
“Mr. Woodcock” (2007, Comedy) Billy Bob Thornton. (CC)
CSPAN Wknd
C-SPAN Weekend
Pres. Address
Communicators
Jack the Ripper Exorcists: The True Story (CC)
Death Metal Music (CC)
Lizzie Borden Had an Axe (CC)
Cook County Jail “Boiling Point”
Cook County Jail (CC)
Shake it Up!
Han. Montana
Han. Montana
Hannah Forever Hannah Forever Hannah Forever Hannah Forever Wizards-Place
“Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure” (2009) ‘G’
Plastic Surgery What’s Eating You
Kendra
Kendra
Soup Presents
Soup Presents
Kardashian
Kardashian
Kardashian
(12:00) College Football Wisconsin at Michigan.
College Football College Football Teams To Be Announced. (Live)
College Football
(12:00) College Football Pittsburgh at South Florida.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Happy Hour
Countdown
NASCAR Racing Nationwide Series: Ford 300. (Live)
“Back to the Future Part II” (CC)
“Back to the Future Part III” (1990) Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd. (CC)
“Cheaper by the Dozen” (2003, Comedy) Steve Martin. (CC)
B’foot Contessa The Next Iron Chef “Seduction”
Chopped “Cornuchopia”
Thanksgiving Favorites Unw.
Diners, Drive
Best Thing Ate
Challenge
(12:00)
“Man on Fire” (2004, Crime Drama)
“Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” (2001) Angelina Jolie, Jon Voight.
“My Super Ex-Girlfriend” (2006) Uma Thurman, Luke Wilson.
America’s-HQ
Jrnl Edit. Rpt
News Watch
Glenn Beck
America’s News HQ
America’s News HQ
(12:00) College Football Oklahoma State at Kansas. (Live)
College Football Stanford at California. (Live)
College Football Stanford at California. (Live)
36 (12:00) College Football Oklahoma State at Kansas. (Live)
Family Feud
Family Feud
Newlywed
Baggage (CC)
Family Feud
Catch 21 (CC)
Family Feud
Family Feud
72 Deal or No Deal Deal or No Deal (CC)
“A Season for Miracles” (1999, Drama) Carla Gugino. (CC)
“Santa Jr.” (2002) Lauren Holly.
48 Most Wonderful “The Good Witch’s Gift” (2010) Catherine Bell, Chris Potter. (CC)
Curb/Block
Design/Dime
Confidential
Bang, Buck
Divine Design
Sarah’s House
Dear Genevieve Color Splash:
Designed/Sell
Designed-Sell
77 Get It Sold
Swamp People (CC)
Swamp People “Troy’s Gamble”
Swamp People “Cannibal Gator”
Swamp People (CC)
58 Apocalypse PA. Swamp People (CC)
“When Secrets Kill” (1997) Gregory Harrison, Roxanne Hart. (CC)
“Wicked” (1998) Julia Stiles, William R. Moses. (CC)
23 (:00) “When Andrew Came Home” (2000) (CC)
Dead Men Talking: Homicide
To Love & To Kill
The Gangster Chronicles Two boys take very different paths in life.
28 Taking the Bait Vegas Homicide
16 and Pregnant (CC)
16 and Pregnant (CC)
That ’70s Show That ’70s Show That ’70s Show That ’70s Show 16 and Pregnant “Brooke” (CC)
88 16-Pregnant
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
The Penguins
The Penguins
Fanboy-Chum
Fanboy-Chum
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
68 Victorious (CC) SpongeBob
Gangland “Hunt and Kill” (CC)
Gangland “American Gangster”
Gangland “Basic Training” (CC)
UFC 123 Countdown
85 (:00) Gangland Gangland “Evil Breed” (CC)
“Meteor Apocalypse” (2010) Joe Lando, Claudia Christian. (CC)
70 (:00) “Supernova” (2005) Peter Fonda, Luke Perry. A scientist discovers that the sun will explode in a week. (CC)
C. Caterpillar
Nest Family
Paws & Tales
Storykeepers
Christian World Praise the Lord (CC)
75 Hermie-Friends D’s Kids Club
“Fun With Dick & Jane” (2005) Jim Carrey, Téa Leoni. (CC)
According-Jim
Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond King of Queens King of Queens
19
Dateline: Real Life Mysteries
Dateline: Real Life Mysteries
Dateline: Real Life Mysteries
Dateline: Real Life Mysteries
Dateline: Real Life Mysteries
57 Dateline: Real
“Tombstone” (1993) Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer. (CC)
“Something to Talk About” (1995) Julia Roberts. (CC)
“The Family Man” (2000) Nicolas Cage. (CC)
42 (:00)
Courage-Dog
Courage-Dog
Billy & Mandy
Billy & Mandy
Johnny Test
Johnny Test
Johnny Test
Adventure Time Total Drama
66 Tom and Jerry: Blast Off to Mars
101 Chowdown Countdown (CC)
101 Chowdown Countdown (CC)
Barbecue Wars (CC)
Pizza Wars: NY vs. Chicago
56 101 Chowdown 101 Chowdown Countdown (CC)
Bewitched
Bewitched
Bewitched
Andy Griffith
Andy Griffith
Andy Griffith
Andy Griffith
(:14) The Andy Griffith Show (CC)
54 Dream-Jeannie Bewitched
“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” (2006) Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom. (CC)
(:25)
“Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” (2007) Johnny Depp. (CC)
41 (:25)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Saturday Night Live (CC)
Entourage (CC) (:35) Entourage
87 Dirty Dancing
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
The Unit “Eating the Young”
18 Law Order: CI
“Timecop” (1994)
(:40)
“Murder at 1600” (1997) Wesley Snipes. (CC)
“The Taking of Pelham 123” (2009) Denzel Washington.
Witch Mount
291 (:00)
“Avatar” (2009, Science Fiction) Sam Worthington. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
“Amelia” (2009, Biography) Hilary Swank. ‘PG’ (CC)
“12 Rounds” (2009) ‘PG-13’
201 (:15)
“The Blind Side”
Bored to Death Boardwalk Empire (CC)
Boardwalk Empire (CC)
Dark: Blind
“The Lovely Bones” (2009) Mark Wahlberg.
202 (12:15)
In Treatment
“Away We Go” (2009) John Krasinski.
(:15)
“State of Play” (2009, Crime Drama) Russell Crowe, Ben Affleck. (CC)
Boardwalk Em.
203 In Treatment
“Standing Still” (2005) James Van Der Beek.
“Juwanna Mann” (2002) Miguel A. Núñez. Jr.
“Four Christmases” (2008) Vince Vaughn. (CC)
Death Becomes
260 (12:15) Ricochet
Weeds (iTV)
The Big C (iTV) Dexter “Take It” (iTV) (CC)
“Quantum of Solace” (2008) Daniel Craig. iTV. ‘PG-13’
221 (12:45) “Vanilla Sky” (2001) Tom Cruise. ‘R’
“The Others” (2001) Nicole Kidman. (CC)
(:15) “Against the Current” (2009) Joseph Fiennes, Justin Kirk.
“Elegy” (2008) (CC)
222 (12:45) “Transporter 3”
“Ransom” (1996, Suspense) Mel Gibson, Rene Russo.
(:45)
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(:25) “Legion” (2010, Horror) Paul Bettany.
281 (:40)
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“Open Range” (2003, Western) Robert Duvall. Cattle herdsmen battle a ruthless rancher in 1882.
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46 (4:00) “Broken Trail” (CC)
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80 “A Low Down Dirty Shame”
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Ron White: Call Me Tater Salad
86 40 Greatest Songs of the Decade
American Greed
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Til Debt-Part
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67 “Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue” (2010)
“Coyote Ugly” (2000) Piper Perabo, Adam Garcia, Maria Bello.
Soup Presents
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Chelsea Lately
Fashion Police
49 Married to Rock Married to Rock
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Football Final
31 College Football Arkansas at Mississippi State. (Live)
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“Ratatouille” (2007, Comedy) Voices of Patton Oswalt, Ian Holm. (CC)
“Ratatouille” (2007, Comedy) Voices of Patton Oswalt, Ian Holm. (CC)
Billy Madison
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Challenge Thanksgiving traditions.
Iron Chef America “Thanksgiving Showdown”
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73 Throwdown Thanksgiving Feast
Two/Half Men
Two/Half Men
Two/Half Men
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Always Sunny
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71 “What Happens in Vegas” (2008) Cameron Diaz, Rob Corddry.
Huckabee
Campaign ’08: Fight to the Finish
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26 FOX Report
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NBA Basketball Cleveland Cavaliers at San Antonio Spurs. (Subject to Blackout) (Live)
Cavaliers Live
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36 College Football Missouri at Iowa State. (Live)
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72 Deal or No Deal (CC)
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Night Before
48 (6:00) “Santa Jr.” (2002) (CC)
House Hunters Urban Oasis
Color Splash
Dear Genevieve Curb/Block
House Hunters House Hunters Hunters Int’l
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Swamp People “Swamp Wars”
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Swamp People “The Last Battle”
Swamp People
58 Swamp People “Family Feuds”
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Wife Swap (CC)
23 “Reviving Ophelia” (2010) Jane Kaczmarek, Kim Dickens. (CC)
Lockup: New Mexico
Lockup: Raw “Harsh Reality”
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Lockup: New Mexico
Lockup: N.M.
28 Nightmare on 31st Street
Kid Rock: Born Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory Fantasy Factory 16 and Pregnant “Brooke” (CC)
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Big Time Rush
Victorious (CC) George Lopez
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George Lopez
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UFC 123: Preliminaries (Live)
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Glory Daze
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Dateline on ID Justice demanded.
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Dateline on ID
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(:15) “The Holiday” (2006, Romance-Comedy) Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet. (CC)
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Scooby-Doo
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King of the Hill King of the Hill American Dad
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Carnivore
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Ghost Stories
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World
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Andy Griffith
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(:20) Entourage Entourage (CC) “Tenacious D: Pick of Destiny”
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America’s Funniest Home Videos
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How I Met
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South Park
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“Sweet Home Alabama” (2002) Reese Witherspoon. (CC)
(9:50) “Murder at 1600” (1997) (CC)
(:40)
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291 (6:20) “Race to Witch Mountain”
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Preview, 24/7
201 (6:00) “12 Rounds” (2009) (CC)
In Treatment
In Treatment
In Treatment
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Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue
True Blood “Night on the Sun”
Observe-Rep
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“Love Happens” (2009, Romance) Aaron Eckhart. (CC)
“Funny People” (2009) Adam Sandler.
203 Boardwalk Em.
(:15) “Miss March” (2009) Zach Cregger. ‘R’ (CC)
“Crazy Heart” (2009) Jeff Bridges. Premiere. ‘R’ (CC)
(11:50) Lingerie
260 (6:30) “Death Becomes Her” (CC)
The Big C (iTV) Weeds (iTV)
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“Halloween II” (2009) Malcolm McDowell. ‘R’
221 Inside the NFL (iTV) (CC)
“Elegy” (2008)
“Push” (2009) Chris Evans, Dakota Fanning. Premiere. (CC)
“Transporter 3” (2008) Jason Statham.
Kiss and Tail: Hollywood
222 (6:00)
“Alice in Wonderland” (2010) Johnny Depp. Premiere.
“Step Brothers” (2008, Comedy) Will Ferrell.
281 (:10) “The Proposal” (2009) Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds.
“The Hurt Locker” (2008) Jeremy Renner. ‘R’ (CC)
“Stan Helsing” (2009) Steve Howey. ‘R’ (CC)
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Stan Helsing ‘R’
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79 Biography “Janis Joplin” (CC)
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46 Three Stooges Three Stooges Three Stooges
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78 Funny Animals Funny Animals Me or the Dog
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Lift Every Voice Celebration of Gospel 2010 Performances from gospel music artists.
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50 Comedy Central Comedy Central
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81 (7:00) Washington Journal
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62 Joel Osteen
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31 SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
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2010 Poker
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“Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” (1968) Dick Van Dyke.
“The Christmas Wish” (1998, Drama) Neil Patrick Harris. (CC)
“Unlikely Angel” (1996) Dolly Parton. (CC)
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Nigella Kitchen Alex’s Day Off
B’foot Contessa Boy Meets Grill Guy’s Big Bite
Money Saving
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73 Guy’s Big Bite Thanksgiving
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“Fantastic Four” (2005, Action) Ioan Gruffudd.
71 (7:00) “Vantage Point” (2008)
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72 Paid Program
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77 Bathtastic! (CC) Sweat Equity
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85 Baby Can Read Paid Program
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18 Key of David
(:35) “Sweet Home Alabama” (2002) Reese Witherspoon.
“A River Runs Through It” (1992) Craig Sheffer. (CC)
(:40)
“The Missing” (2003)
291 Next Karate
“Whip It” (2009, Comedy-Drama) Ellen Page. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
Boxing Sergio Martinez vs. Paul Williams, Middleweights. (CC)
Preview, 24/7
“Pootie Tang” (2001) ‘PG-13’
201
(:45) “Land of the Lost” (2009) Will Ferrell, Anna Friel. (CC)
In Treatment
In Treatment
In Treatment
In Treatment
“Clear and Present Danger”
202 Bury My Heart
“Sunshine State” (2002, Drama) Edie Falco, Angela Bassett. (CC)
“The Box” (2009) Cameron Diaz, James Marsden. (CC)
“Backdraft” (1991) (CC)
203
“The Women” (2008) Meg Ryan, Eva Mendes. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
“Crazy Heart” (2009, Drama) Jeff Bridges. ‘R’ (CC)
260 (7:45) “Hotel for Dogs” (2009) Emma Roberts.
Inside NASCAR (:45) “W.” (2008, Docudrama) Josh Brolin, Ellen Burstyn. iTV. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
“Black and Blue: Legends of the Hip-Hop Cop” ‘R’
221 Inside the NFL (iTV) (CC)
“Igor” (2008) Voices of John Cusack. (CC)
“Hardball” (2001, Drama) Keanu Reeves, Diane Lane.
This Is England
222 (7:45) “Double Identity” (2010) Val Kilmer.
“Alice in Wonderland” (2010) Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska.
“Donnie Brasco” (1997) Al Pacino.
281 (6:45) Planet 51 (:25) “Fly Me to the Moon” (2008) Kelly Ripa
“The Brothers Bloom” (2008) Rachel Weisz. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
“Avenging Angelo” (2002) Sylvester Stallone. ‘R’
(:15) Maneater
241 (7:55) “Quarter Life Crisis” (2006) Lisa Ray. ‘NR’
GED Connection
First Gethsemane WHADDYADO (EI)
(CC)
Good Morning America (N) (CC)
WMYO 16 10 16 Church
WKYT
Paid Program
The Coral Ridge New Birth Church IFCJ
KET
10:00
Elizabethtown Chamber
Hardin County Fiscal Court Meeting
Today Amanda Knox’s appeal trial. (N) Meet the Press (N) (CC)
Paid Program
3 (CC)
Good Morning America (N) (CC)
This Week With Christiane AmanLouisville’s Best
11
pour (N) (CC)
New Homes
WLKY News at 8:00AM
CBS News Sunday Morning (N) (CC)
2
WBKI
9:30
2 Hardin
HCEC
WBKO 13
Cable Key: E-E’town/Hardin/Vine Grove/LaRue R/B-Radcliff/Fort Knox/Muldraugh/Brandenburg
PULSE | The News-Enterprise |
SUNDAY AFTERNOON November 21, 2010
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WMYO 16 10
WBKO 13
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WKYT
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A&E
AMC
ANIM
BET
CMTV
CNBC
CNN
COMD
CSPAN
DISC
DISN
E!TV
ESPN
ESPN2
FAM
FOOD
FX
FXNWS
FXSO
FXSS
GSN
HALL
HGTV
HIST
LIFE
MSNBC
MTV
NICK
SPIKE
SYFY
TBN
TBS
TLC
TNT
TOON
TRAV
TVL
USA
VH1
WGN-A
ENC
HBO
HBOP
HBOS
MAX
SHOW
SHOW2
STARZ
TMC
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NOVEMBER 18-NOVEMBER 24, 2010
Cable Key: E-E’town/Hardin/Vine Grove/LaRue R/B-Radcliff/Fort Knox/Muldraugh/Brandenburg
3:00
3:30
4:00
(:00) Action
High School Volleyball
High School Volleyball
Figure Skating ISU Grand Prix: Cup of Russia. From Moscow. (Taped) (CC) Improv-Ice (N) (CC)
Inside Edition
Paid Program
4:30
5:00
5:30
6:00
6:30
High School Football
Wave 3 News at 6 NBC Nightly
(N)
News (N) (CC)
Paid Program
Paid Program
Embracing Aging: Families Facing ABC World News WHAS-11 Sunday
Change (CC)
Sunday
News
NFL Football Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots. From Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. (Live) (CC)
Millionaire’s Se- MyDestination.TV Latin Lifestyles
crets
(CC)
(CC)
(:00) NFL Football Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals. From Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
5 (Live) (CC)
(:00) NFL Football Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings. From Mall of America Field in Min- Fox NFL
PokerStars.net Million Dollar Chal- Paid Program
Seinfeld “The
Seinfeld (CC)
12 neapolis. (Live) (CC)
Postgame (CC) lenge (Taped) (CC)
Mango” (CC)
Free Money Now Paid Program
Paid Program
Music Ministry of Poor Boys Out- Secrets of Blue- Secrets of
“When Harry Met Sally...” (1989) Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan. Two romanti10
Gospel
doors
grass Chefs
Louisville Chefs cally bruised New Yorkers become close friends.
Time Goes By
Keeping Up
Doc Martin “Always on My Mind”
Gov Awards in the Arts
The Everlasting Stream (CC)
NOVA “Secrets of Stonehenge”
14 Last of Wine
“Naked Gun 33
“My Dog Skip” (2000, Drama) Frankie Muniz, Diane Lane. The gift of a Ugly Betty “Punch Out” Daniel reverts Brothers & Sisters Nora overcompen- Without a Trace “Lone Star” (CC)
16 1/3”
puppy gives a lonely boy a new leash on life.
to his old ways. (CC)
sates over the holidays. (CC)
Kentucky: Behind Visions & Values
MyDestination.TV Inside Music Row
“The Day After Tomorrow” (2004, Action) Dennis Quaid, Jake GyllenPaid Program
ABC World News
13 the Blue
(CC)
(CC)
haal. Global warming leads to worldwide natural disasters.
Sunday
Nature (CC) (DVS)
Kentucky Afield Kentucky Life
The This Old House Hour (N)
Yankee Shop
Victory Garden
4 Connect., Shaw The Everlasting Stream (CC)
Made in Holly“The Kid” (2010, Drama) Natascha McElhone, Ioan Gruffudd, Rupert Friend. Urban Lifestylez The Real Estate Paid Program
Paid Program
Smash Cuts (CC) Smash Cuts (CC)
17 wood: Teen
Kevin Lewis makes a better life for himself.
Max Maxwell.
Show
(:00) NFL Football Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals. From Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
NFL Football Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots. From Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. (Live) (CC)
7 (Live) (CC)
Psychic Kids: Paranormal
Psychic Kids: Paranormal
Psychic Kids: Paranormal
Paranormal
Paranormal
Paranormal State “I Am Six”
79 Psychic Kids
“Aliens” (1986) Sigourney Weaver.
“Alien 3” (1992, Science Fiction) Sigourney Weaver, Charles S. Dutton. (CC)
“Constantine” (2005) Keanu Reeves. (CC)
46 (12:00)
The Haunted “Demon Attack”
The Haunted (CC)
The Haunted (CC)
The Haunted (CC)
The Haunted
78 The Haunted
“The Josephine Baker Story” (1991, Biography) Lynn Whitfield, Ruben Blades, David Dukes. (CC)
“Cinderella” (1997, Musical) Whitney Houston, Brandy. (CC)
Lights Go Out
80
To Be Announced
40 Greatest Songs of the Decade Successful and influential songs.
(:15)
“Swing Vote” (2008) Kevin Costner, Madeline Carroll.
86 Top 20 Count.
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
27 Paid Program
Your Money
Newsroom
Newsroom
Newsroom
24 Fareed Zakaria Newsroom
Scrubs (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
“Mr. Woodcock” (2007, Comedy) Billy Bob Thornton. (CC)
“Superhero Movie” (2008, Comedy) Drake Bell, Sara Paxton. (CC)
50 Scrubs (CC)
Newsmakers
American Pol.
81 (:00) C-SPAN Weekend
Dirty Jobs “Mannequin Factory”
Dirty Jobs “Gourd Maker” (CC)
Dirty Jobs “Glass Maker” (CC)
Dirty Jobs “Rocky Reach Dam”
62 (:00) Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs “Buoy Cleaner” (CC)
Han. Montana
Han. Montana
Fish Hooks
Fish Hooks
Fish Hooks
Good-Charlie
Wizards-Place
Wizards-Place
Sonny-Chance
Sonny-Chance
67 Shake it Up!
“Coyote Ugly” (2000) Piper Perabo, Adam Garcia, Maria Bello.
Married to Rock Married to Rock Kendra
Kendra
Kardashian
Kardashian
49 Soup Presents
SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
BCS Countdown (Live)
31 (:00) NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup: Ford 400. From Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Fla. (Live)
2010 World Series of Poker
2010 World Series of Poker
2010 World Series of Poker
College Basketball
32 2010 World Series of Poker
“Once Upon a Christmas” (2000) John Dye, Kathy Ireland. (CC)
“Twice Upon a Christmas” (2001) Kathy Ireland, John Dye. (CC)
“Santa Baby” (2006) (CC)
21 Unlikely Angel
The Next Iron Chef “Innovation”
The Next Iron Chef
The Next Iron Chef
The Next Iron Chef “Respect”
73 The Next Iron Chef “Ingenuity”
“13 Going on 30” (2004) Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo.
“What Happens in Vegas” (2008) Cameron Diaz, Rob Corddry.
“Forgetting Sarah Marshall”
71 Fantastic Four
Fox News Sunday
Campaign 2010: Fight to Finish
America’s News HQ
Fox News Sunday
26 America’s-HQ
ACC Basketball Women’s College Basketball Robert Morris at Cincinnati. (Live)
College Football The Game 365
Auto Racing
Air Racing From Perth, Australia.
Duke Basket.
College Basketball Morehead State at Florida. (Live)
Profiles
Replay
36 Women’s College Basketball
Family Feud
Family Feud
Newlywed
Baggage (CC)
Family Feud
Catch 21 (CC)
Family Feud
Family Feud
72 Deal or No Deal Deal or No Deal (CC)
“Naughty or Nice” (2004, Drama) George Lopez, Lisa Vidal. (CC)
“Call Me Claus” (2001) (CC)
48 (12:00) Santa Jr. “Mr. St. Nick” (2002) Kelsey Grammer, Charles Durning. (CC)
Real Estate
Selling New
Bang, Buck
Get It Sold
House Hunters Hunters Int’l
For Rent (CC)
The Unsellables Designed/Sell
Designed-Sell
77 My First Place
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
58 Pawn Stars
“Sleeping With the Enemy” (1991)
“The Interrogation of Michael Crowe” (2002) Ally Sheedy. (CC)
“A Decent Proposal” (2007) Jessica Tuck, Andrew Airlie. (CC)
23 (:00)
Meet the Press (CC)
Missing or Murdered?
The Desperate Hours Husband was kidnapped by men in masks.
Caught on Camera
28 Conviction
16 and Pregnant (CC)
The Challenge: Cutthroat
True Life
True Life
True Life
88 16-Pregnant
OddParents
Fanboy-Chum
Fanboy-Chum
The Penguins
The Penguins
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
True Jackson
Big Time Rush
68 “Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale”
CSI: NY “Turbulence” (CC)
CSI: NY “Sex, Lies and Silicone”
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
85 Auction Hunters Auction Hunters Auction Hunters CSI: NY “Page Turner” (CC)
“Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead” (2008, Suspense) Nicki Aycox. (CC)
“Wrong Turn 2: Dead End” (2007, Horror) Erica Leerhsen. (CC)
70 (:00) “Dracula III: Legacy” (2005) Jason Scott Lee.
Bayless Conley From His Heart King Is Coming Franklin
John Hagee Today (CC)
Rod Parsley
Gregory Dickow Bishop Jakes
Joyce Meyer
75 It Is Written
“Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby” (2006) (CC)
“The School of Rock” (2003, Comedy) Jack Black, Joan Cusack. (CC)
19 (12:00) “Meet the Fockers”
48 Hours: Hard Evidence (CC)
48 Hours: Hard Evidence (CC)
48 Hours: Hard Evidence (CC)
48 Hours: Hard Evidence (CC)
48 Hours: Hard Evidence (CC)
57 Homemade
“The Holiday” (2006) Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet. (CC)
“Last Holiday” (2006) Queen Latifah, Gérard Depardieu. (CC)
“What Women Want” (2000) Mel Gibson.
42 (:00)
Chowder
Johnny Test
Johnny Test
Total Drama
Total Drama
Adventure Time Adventure Time Scooby-Doo
66 Codename: Kids Codename: Kids Chowder
Ribs Paradise (CC)
Steak Paradise, Second Helping
Pizza Paradise Creative pizzerias.
Hot Dog Paradise (CC)
Breakfast Paradise (CC)
56 BBQ Paradise
Bewitched
Bewitched
Bewitched
Andy Griffith
Andy Griffith
Andy Griffith
Andy Griffith
Andy Griffith
Andy Griffith
54 Dream-Jeannie Bewitched
“Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” (2007) Johnny Depp. (CC)
“The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” (2008) Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes. (CC)
41 (12:03)
100 Greatest Hip Hop Songs
100 Greatest Hip Hop Songs
Behind the Music “50 Cent”
Behind the Music “Lil Wayne”
87 Hip Hop Songs 100 Greatest Hip Hop Songs
“Gone in Sixty Seconds” (2000, Action) Nicolas Cage. (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
Just Shoot Me
Just Shoot Me
18 (:00) “The Avengers” (1998) Ralph Fiennes.
“The Missing” (2003) (CC)
“40 Days and 40 Nights” (2002) Josh Hartnett.
(:40) “Sweet Home Alabama” (2002) Reese Witherspoon.
Big Fat Liar
291 (12:40)
(:15)
“Spider-Man” (2002) Tobey Maguire. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
(:15)
“Whip It” (2009) Ellen Page. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
“Harry Potter-Prince”
201 Pootie Tang
“Clear and Present Danger” (1994)
Boardwalk Empire “Home” (CC)
Boardwalk Empire (CC)
Boardwalk Empire (CC)
Boxing
202 (12:30)
“Backdraft” (1991) Kurt Russell.
“Moulin Rouge” (2001, Musical) Nicole Kidman. (CC)
(:15)
“(500) Days of Summer” (2009) Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
203 (12:30)
“Army of Darkness” (1992) Bruce Campbell.
“I Spy” (2002) Eddie Murphy. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
(:40) “The Time Traveler’s Wife” (2009) Rachel McAdams. (CC)
Sniper 2
260
“Bandslam” (2009) Aly Michalka. iTV. ‘PG’ (CC)
(4:55)
“Finding Amanda” (2008) ‘R’ (CC)
Next Day Air ‘R’
221 “B-Girl” (2009, Drama) Julie Urich. iTV. ‘PG-13’
Dexter “Take It” (CC)
The Big C (CC) Weeds (CC)
“Puccini for Beginners” (2006) (CC)
Against-Cur
222 (:00) “This Is England” (2006) Thomas Turgoose.
(:45)
“The Crazies” (2010) Timothy Olyphant, Radha Mitchell.
“Planet 51” (2009) Voices of Dwayne Johnson.
281 Donnie Brasco (:15) “The Haunting of Molly Hartley” (2008)
“The Missing Person” (2009) ‘NR’ (CC)
(:45) “A Quiet Little Marriage” (2008) Mary Elizabeth Ellis. ‘NR’
World’s Gr
241 (:15) “Maneater” (2009) Sarah Chalke. ‘NR’ (CC)
11 Weekend (CC)
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PULSE | The News-Enterprise | NOVEMBER 18-NOVEMBER 24, 2010
SUNDAY EVENING November 21, 2010
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HCEC
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WAVE
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WHAS 11
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11 turkey catches fire in the oven.
WLKY
5
5
WDRB 12
9
WBNA
6
21
KET2
8
15
WMYO 16 10
WBKO 13
KET
9
13
WBKI
7
7
WKYT
18
A&E
AMC
ANIM
BET
CMTV
CNBC
CNN
COMD
CSPAN
DISC
DISN
E!TV
ESPN
ESPN2
FAM
FOOD
FX
FXNWS
FXSO
FXSS
GSN
HALL
HGTV
HIST
LIFE
MSNBC
MTV
NICK
SPIKE
SYFY
TBN
TBS
TLC
TNT
TOON
TRAV
TVL
USA
VH1
WGN-A
ENC
HBO
HBOP
HBOS
MAX
SHOW
SHOW2
STARZ
TMC
52
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Football Night in America (Live)
Cable Key: E-E’town/Hardin/Vine Grove/LaRue R/B-Radcliff/Fort Knox/Muldraugh/Brandenburg
8:30
9:00
9:30
America’s Funniest Home Videos A 2010 American Music Awards Musical acts are honored. (Live) (CC)
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
News/Views
Issues
Hardin
WAVE 3 News at (12:05) America
11 (N)
Now (CC)
WHAS11 News 11 (:35) Criminal Minds Psychopathic
at 11 (N)
killer. (CC)
CSI: Miami “On the Hook” A fisherman WLKY News at
Sports Sunday Face the Nation
narrowly escapes death.
11:00PM
(N) (CC)
FOX News at Ten (N)
Joker Phillips
The Office “Frame The Office (CC)
Show
Toby”
Jack Benny Hour Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
Paid Program
The Amazing Race 17 “There’s a Lot Undercover Boss (N) (CC)
of Nuts and Bullets” (N) (CC)
The Cleveland
The Simpsons
The Simpsons (N) The Cleveland
Family Guy (N) American Dad
12 Show (CC)
“Loan-a-Lisa”
(CC) (DVS)
Show (N) (CC)
(PA) (CC)
“White Rice” (N)
“In Her Shoes” (2005, Comedy-Drama) Cameron Diaz, Toni Collette, Shirley MacLaine. A sexy partyer clashes
10 with her serious-minded sister.
Nature “Revealing the Leopard”
Circus Scouting new talent in Monte Carlo. (CC) (DVS)
Globe Trekker Berlin Wall.
Horse Farms
14 Steves’ Europe Kentucky Life
The Unit Team seeks surface-to-air
NUMB3RS “Toxin” Medication tamper- House “Guardian Angels” A massive Bones “Yanks in the U.K.” The murder “Beverly Hills Ninja” (1997) Chris Farley. An ungainly
16 missiles. (CC)
ing. (CC)
seizure and hallucinations.
of a young British heiress.
martial artist follows a counterfeiter’s trail.
America’s Funniest Home Videos A 2010 American Music Awards Musical acts are honored. (Live) (CC)
WBKO at 10 (N) (:35) Sports Con- 6 Week Body
13 turkey catches fire in the oven.
nection
Makeover
Last of Wine
Time Goes By
Waiting for God Masterpiece Contemporary “Lennon Naked” (N)
Beatles Rocked the Kremlin
This Is America Religion/Ethics
4 Keeping Up
Family Ties (CC)
“Hannibal” (2001, Suspense) Anthony Hopkins, Julianne Moore, Gary Oldman. A disfigured
WBKI News at 10 (:35) The Insider Show Acne Who’s Paid Program
Coach (CC)
17
victim of cannibalistic Dr. Lecter seeks revenge.
(N) (CC)
(CC)
Boss
60 Minutes (N) (CC)
The Amazing Race 17 “There’s a Lot Undercover Boss (N) (CC)
CSI: Miami “On the Hook” A fisherman 27 Newsfirst (N) (:35) Courtesy on Jack Van Impe
7
of Nuts and Bullets” (N) (CC)
narrowly escapes death.
(CC)
Wheels
Presents (N)
Paranormal
Paranormal
Paranormal
Paranormal
Paranormal
Psychic Kids: Paranormal
Psychic Kids: Paranormal
Paranormal
79 Paranormal
“From Dusk Till Dawn” (1996) Harvey Keitel, George Clooney.
The Walking Dead “Vatos” (N)
The Walking Dead “Vatos” (CC)
Breaking Bad
46 (5:30) “Constantine” (CC)
I Shouldn’t Be Alive
Fatal Attractions (CC)
The Haunted “Dead in the Water”
I Shouldn’t Be Alive
Fatal Attraction
78 I Shouldn’t Be Alive (CC)
“Down in the Delta” (1998, Drama) Alfre Woodard. (CC)
W.- Ed Gordon
Lens on Talent
Peter Popoff
80 (6:30) When the Lights Go Out (Premiere) (CC)
“The Whole Nine Yards” (2000, Comedy) Bruce Willis, Matthew Perry.
“The Whole Nine Yards” (2000, Comedy) Bruce Willis.
86 (5:15) “Swing Vote” (2008)
Wall St. Journal New Age of Wal-Mart
CNBC Titans “Donald Trump”
The Entrepreneurs
Porn: Business of Pleasure
American Greed
27 Diabetes Life
State of the Union
Larry King Live
Newsroom
State of the Union
Larry King Live
24 Newsroom
South Park
Futurama (N)
Futurama (CC)
Futurama (CC)
50 Futurama (CC) Futurama (CC) Futurama (CC) Futurama (CC) Futurama (CC) Futurama (CC) Futurama (N)
Q&A
Programming
American Politics
Q&A
Programming
81 (6:30) American Politics
Dirty Jobs: The Nitty Gritty (N)
Dirty Jobs (N) (CC)
Brew Masters “Bitches Brew”
Dirty Jobs: The Nitty Gritty (CC)
Nitty Gritty
62 Dirty Jobs (CC)
Shake it Up! (N) Sonny-Chance
Fish Hooks
Wizards-Place
Wizards-Place
Sonny-Chance
Sonny-Chance
Han. Montana
67 Sonny-Chance Sonny-Chance Good-Charlie
Kardashian
Kardashian
Kardashian
The E! True Hollywood Story (N)
Kendra (N)
Married to Rock Fashion Police
Chelsea Lately
Kendra
49 Kardashian
BCS Countdown MLS Soccer MLS Cup: Teams TBA. From BMO Field in Toronto. (Live)
SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
31 SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
College Basketball Puerto Rico Tournament, Final: Teams TBA. (Live)
NASCAR Now (N) (CC)
2010 World Series of Poker
32 Basketball
“Holiday in Handcuffs” (2007) Melissa Joan Hart, Mario Lopez. (CC)
“Snowglobe” (2007, Fantasy) Christina Milian, Lorraine Bracco.
Joel Osteen
21 (6:00) “Santa Baby” (2006) (CC)
The Next Iron Chef “Seduction”
The Next Iron Chef “Honor”
Iron Chef America (N)
Throwdown Thanksgiving Feast
Next Iron Chef
73 The Next Iron Chef “Inspiration”
“Forgetting Sarah Marshall” (2008)
“You Don’t Mess With the Zohan” (2008, Comedy) Adam Sandler, John Turturro.
Sons of Anarchy “Bainne”
Vantage Point
71 (6:00)
Huckabee
Campaign ’08: Fight to the Finish
Geraldo at Large (CC)
Huckabee
Campaign 2010
26 FOX Report
World Poker Tour: Season 8
World Poker Tour: Season 8
Replay
Blue Jackets
The Final Score College Football College Football
ACC Basketball Season Preview
ACC Basketball Season Preview
Duke Basket.
The Final Score College Football The Final Score Basketball
36 Fishing
1 vs. 100 (CC)
Newlywed
Baggage (CC)
High Stakes Poker (CC)
High Stakes Poker (CC)
High Stakes
72 Deal or No Deal (CC)
“The Night Before the Night Before Christmas” (2010, Fantasy) (CC)
“Finding John Christmas” (2003, Drama) Valerie Bertinelli. (CC)
When Angels
48 (6:00) “Call Me Claus” (2001)
House Hunters Holmes on Homes “Hullaba-loo”
Holmes on Homes (CC)
House Hunters Hunters Int’l
Income Prop.
Income Prop.
Holmes/Homes
77 Hunters Int’l
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
IRT Deadliest Roads (N) (CC)
Top Gear “Cobra Attack” (CC)
Top Gear “Cobra Attack” (N)
Pawn Stars
58 Pawn Stars
“One Angry Juror” (2010) Jessica Capshaw, Jeremy Ratchford. (CC)
“Sleeping With the Enemy” (1991) (CC)
23 “The Devil’s Teardrop” (2010) Natasha Henstridge. Premiere. (CC)
Caught on Camera “Trapped”
Why Planes Crash: Human Error
The Toy Box: Where Evil Lurks
The Longest Night Austrian
Predator Raw
28 Caught on Camera Niagara Falls.
16 and Pregnant “Kailyn” (CC)
16 and Pregnant (CC)
Pranked
Pranked
World of Jenks World of Jenks The Buried Life
88 True Life
My Wife-Kids
My Wife-Kids
Hates Chris
Hates Chris
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
68 iCarly “iStart a Fan War” (CC)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
CSI: Cri. Scene
85 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
“Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers” (1995) Premiere.
“House of the Dead 2” (2005) Ed Quinn (CC)
70 “The Grudge 3” (2009, Horror) Matthew Knight, Shawnee Smith. (CC)
Jack Hayford
Joel Osteen
Taking Authority K. Copeland
Changing-World
“The Bible” (1966, Drama) Michael Parks, George C. Scott, Richard Harris.
75 Leading Way
“Shrek” (2001) Voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy. (CC)
(:25)
“Shrek 2” (2004, Comedy) Voices of Mike Myers. (CC)
(:20)
“The School of Rock”
19 The Grinch
19 Kids and Counting (N) (CC)
Sarah Palin’s Alaska (N) (CC)
Sister Wives (N) (CC)
Sarah Palin’s Alaska (CC)
Sister Wives
57 Sarah Palin’s Alaska (CC)
“The Bucket List” (2007, Comedy-Drama) Jack Nicholson. (CC)
“The Bucket List” (2007, Comedy-Drama) Jack Nicholson. (CC)
Last Holiday
42 (5:30) “What Women Want” (CC)
“Star Wars: The Clone Wars” (2008) Voices of Matt Lanter.
Sym-Bionic
Star Wars
Delocated
Family Guy
Family Guy
The Venture Brothers (N)
66
Hamburger Paradise (CC)
Deep Fried Paradise Crispy fare.
Steak Paradise (CC)
Hot Dog Paradise (CC)
Deep Fried
56 Sandwich Paradise (CC)
Andy Griffith
M*A*S*H (CC)
M*A*S*H (CC)
M*A*S*H (CC)
M*A*S*H (CC)
Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond
54 Andy Griffith
“Elf” (2003, Comedy) Will Ferrell, James Caan. (CC)
“Elf” (2003, Comedy) Will Ferrell, James Caan. (CC)
“The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian”
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Behind the Music “Fantasia”
Fantasia, Real
Football Wives
Fantasia, Real
Football Wives
I Love Money (CC)
Fantasia, Real
87 Behind the Music “T.I.” T.I. (CC)
Old Christine
How I Met
How I Met
How I Met
How I Met
News at Nine
Instant Replay
Monk Monk falls under a spell.
Monk (CC)
18 Old Christine
“Monsters, Inc.” (2001) Billy Crystal (CC)
(:35)
“The Missing” (2003, Western) Tommy Lee Jones, Cate Blanchett. (CC)
Air America
291 (6:30) “Big Fat Liar” (2002)
“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” (2009) ‘PG’
Boardwalk Empire (N) (CC)
Big Love “Free at Last” (CC)
Boardwalk Empire (CC)
It’s Complicated
201 (6:15)
Bored to Death
“Avatar” (2009) Sam Worthington, Voice of Zoe Saldana. (CC)
(:45) “Land of the Lost”
202 Boxing
“The Box” (2009) Cameron Diaz, James Marsden. (CC)
“21 Grams” (2003) Sean Penn. (CC)
203 “Couples Retreat” (2009, Comedy) Vince Vaughn. (CC)
“Crazy Heart” (2009, Drama) Jeff Bridges. ‘R’ (CC)
“A Perfect Getaway” (2009) Steve Zahn. ‘R’
(:45) “Secret Lives” (1994) ‘NR’
260 (6:30) “Sniper 2” (2002) ‘R’
Dexter “Take It” (iTV) (CC)
Dexter “Teenage Wasteland”
Weeds (iTV)
The Big C (iTV) Dexter “Teenage Wasteland”
Look (iTV) (N)
221 (6:30) “Next Day Air” (2009)
“The Messenger” (2009) Ben Foster. Premiere. (CC)
“Transsiberian” (2008) Woody Harrelson, Emily Mortimer.
Double Identity
222 (6:20) “Against the Current”
“The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” (2001, Fantasy) Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler.
281 (:05) “Alice in Wonderland” (2010, Fantasy) Johnny Depp.
“High Life” (2009) Timothy Olyphant. ‘R’ (CC)
“The Brothers Bloom” (2008) Rachel Weisz. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
(:25) “Not Forgotten” ‘R’
241 (6:20) “World’s Greatest Dad” ‘R’
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60 Minutes (N) (CC)
10:00
Woodland 4th & 5th Grade Career Talk
United Way
Crime Stoppers Health in the
(:15) NFL Football New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles. From Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. (Live) (CC)
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NOVEMBER 18-NOVEMBER 24, 2010
2 Radcliff City Council Meeting
Cable Key: E-E’town/Hardin/Vine Grove/LaRue R/B-Radcliff/Fort Knox/Muldraugh/Brandenburg
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Health in the
Elizabethtown City Council Meeting
Reel Talk
Hardin County Schools Board Meeting
Chuck “Chuck Versus Phase Three” The Event “Your World to Take” Sophia Chase “Crazy Love” A man flees with WAVE 3 News at (:35) The Tonight Show With Jay
Deciphering a secret. (N)
sets a trap. (N) (CC)
his girlfriend. (N) (CC)
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Leno (N) (CC)
Entertainment To- Inside Edition (N) Dancing With the Stars (Live) (CC) (:11) Skating With the Stars (Series Premiere) (Live) (CC)
WHAS11 News 11 (:35) Nightline (N) (12:06) Jimmy
11 night (N)
(CC)
at 11 (N)
(CC)
Kimmel Live (N)
Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! (N)
How I Met Your Rules of Engage- Two and a Half
(:31) Mike & Molly Hawaii Five-0 “Hao Kanaka” Thieves WLKY News at
(:35) Late Show With David Letter5 (N) (CC)
(CC)
Mother (N) (CC) ment (N)
Men (N) (CC)
(N) (CC)
rob an armored car. (N)
11:00PM
man (N) (CC)
Two and a Half
How I Met Your House “Small Sacrifices” A patient re- Lie to Me “Veronica” Helping a woman FOX News at Ten (:45) FOX 41
Two and a Half
The Office “The Friends (CC)
12 Men (CC)
Mother (CC)
enacted the Crucifixion.
with Alzheimer’s. (N) (CC)
(N)
Sports
Men (CC)
Cover-Up” (CC)
Without a Trace “The Season” (CC) Without a Trace “Lost and Found”
Criminal Minds “Haunted” Murders at Criminal Minds “Reckoner” A case in Word Alive
The Hour of Heal10
(CC)
a pharmacy. (CC)
Rossi’s hometown. (CC)
ing
Kentucky Health Antiques Roadshow (N) (CC)
Cincinnati’s Abandoned Subway
Miller Center Forums (CC)
Charlie Rose (N) (CC)
Tavis Smiley (N)
14 Equitrekking
King of the Hill Family Guy (CC) Law & Order: Criminal Intent The
Law & Order: Criminal Intent “Lone- Seinfeld “The
That ’70s Show My Name Is Earl How I Met Your Curb Your Enthu16 (CC)
death of a budding novelist. (CC)
lyville” Strangulation. (CC)
Bris” (CC)
(CC)
(CC)
Mother (CC)
siasm (CC)
WBKO at 6 (N)
Wheel of Fortune Dancing With the Stars (Live) (CC) (:11) Skating With the Stars (Series Premiere) (Live) (CC)
WBKO at 10 (N) (:35) Nightline (N) (12:06) Jimmy
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(N) (CC)
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Kimmel Live (N)
Kentucky Tonight (CC)
American Masters “Lennon NYC” John Lennon’s life in New York.
World News
Kentucky Life
Workplce-Skills
4 PBS NewsHour (N) (CC)
The Insider (N)
TMZ (N) (CC)
90210 Naomi discovers she can ac- Gossip Girl Lily asks Serena to help WHAS 10pm
(:35) The Oprah Winfrey Show (CC) (:35) Inside Edi- Star Trek: The
17 (CC)
cess money in her trust fund.
her find Chuck. (CC)
News on WBKI
tion (N) (CC)
Next Generation
Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! (N)
How I Met Your Rules of Engage- Two and a Half
(:31) Mike & Molly Hawaii Five-0 “Hao Kanaka” Thieves 27 Newsfirst (N) (:35) Late Show With David Letter7 (N) (CC)
(CC)
Mother (N) (CC) ment (N)
Men (N) (CC)
(N) (CC)
rob an armored car. (N)
(CC)
man (N) (CC)
Intervention “Shane” (CC)
Hoarders (CC)
Hoarders “Tami; George” (CC)
Intervention “Robby” (CC)
Intervention
79 The First 48 (CC)
“Troy” (2004, Adventure) Brad Pitt, Eric Bana, Orlando Bloom. Achilles leads Greek forces in the Trojan War. (CC)
“A Few Good Men”
46 (5:00) “Million Dollar Baby” (2004)
Pit Bulls and Parolees
I Shouldn’t Be Alive (CC)
I Shouldn’t Be Alive (CC)
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Be Alive
78 Pit Bulls and Parolees (CC)
“Soul Food” (1997) Vanessa L. Williams, Vivica A. Fox.
Family Crews
Family Crews
The Mo’Nique Show (CC)
Wendy Williams
80 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live
The Dukes of Hazzard
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Smarter
86 The Dukes of Hazzard
Executive Vision: Leadership in
Inside American Airlines: A Week in the Life
Mad Money
Executive Vis.
27 The Kudlow Report (N)
Parker Spitzer (N)
Larry King Live (N) (CC)
Anderson Cooper 360 (CC)
Larry King Live
24 John King, USA (N)
“Accepted” (2006, Comedy) Justin Long, Jonah Hill. (CC)
South Park
South Park
South Park
South Park
Daily Show
Colbert Report Ugly Americans
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Tonight From Washington
Capital News Today
81 (5:00) House of Representatives
Secrets of the Secret Service
The Kennedy Detail The men of JFK’s Secret Service detail. (N) (CC)
Secrets of the Secret Service
Kennedy Detail
62 JFK: Inside the Target Car (CC)
“Tinker Bell” (2008) Mae Whitman. ‘G’
Wizards-Place
Suite/Deck
Suite/Deck
Good-Charlie
Good-Charlie
Fish Hooks
Fish Hooks
Han. Montana
67
“Bruce Almighty” (2003, Comedy) Jim Carrey. Premiere.
Chelsea’s Big Interview Special 2
Chelsea Lately
E! News
49 E! News (N)
NFL Football Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers. From Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. (Live)
SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
31 Monday Night Countdown (Live) (CC)
College Basketball: O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic
College Basketball O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic -- Gonzaga vs. Kansas State.
Basketball
32 Basketball
“Holiday in Handcuffs” (2007) Melissa Joan Hart, Mario Lopez.
The 700 Club (CC)
My Wife & Kids
21 “A Carol Christmas” (2003) Tori Spelling, William Shatner. (CC)
Unwrapped
Unwrapped
Best Thing Ate
Best Thing Ate
Diners, Drive
Diners, Drive
Good Eats
Good Eats
Best Thing Ate
73 Guy’s Big Bite Thanksgiving
Two/Half Men
“The Devil Wears Prada” (2006, Comedy) Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Adrian Grenier.
“Mr. 3000” (2004, Comedy) Bernie Mac.
71 Two/Half Men
The O’Reilly Factor (N) (CC)
Hannity (N)
On Record, Greta Van Susteren
The O’Reilly Factor
Hannity
26 FOX Report With Shepard Smith
NHL Hockey Nashville Predators at Columbus Blue Jackets. (Subject to Blackout) (Live)
Blue Jackets
Blue Jackets
The Final Score Profiles (N)
The Final Score After-Jay Glazer
Predators Live! Basketball
The Final Score Profiles (N)
The Final Score NHL Hockey
36 NHL Hockey Nashville Predators at Columbus Blue Jackets. (Subject to Blackout) (Live)
Deal or No Deal Family Feud
Family Feud
Newlywed
Baggage (CC)
1 vs. 100 (CC)
Lingo (CC)
Deal or No Deal (CC)
Catch 21 (CC)
72 1 vs. 100 (CC)
“Finding John Christmas” (2003, Drama) Valerie Bertinelli. (CC)
“When Angels Come to Town” (2004) Peter Falk, Katey Sagal. (CC)
One-Christmas
48 (6:00) “The Christmas Choir”
House Hunters Property Virgins Property Virgins House Hunters Hunters Int’l
House Hunters Hunters Int’l
My First Place
My First Place
House Hunters
77 Hunters Int’l
Pawn Stars
The Real Story of Thanksgiving
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
American Pickers (CC)
Pawn Stars
58 Apocalypse PA. Apocalypse PA. Pawn Stars
How I Met
Reba (CC)
Reba (CC)
“Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal” (2008) Jenna Dewan.
How I Met
How I Met
Frasier (CC)
23 How I Met
Countdown With Keith Olbermann The Rachel Maddow Show (N)
The Last Word
Countdown With Keith Olbermann Rachel Maddow
28 Hardball With Chris Matthews
True Life
True Life
World of Jenks
(:01) World of Jenks
16-Pregnant
88 True Life
SpongeBob
My Wife-Kids
My Wife-Kids
Hates Chris
Hates Chris
George Lopez
George Lopez
The Nanny
The Nanny
The Nanny
68 iCarly (CC)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
“National Security” (2003) Martin Lawrence. Premiere.
“Bad Santa” (2003) Billy Bob Thornton.
85 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
“Fight Club” (1999) Brad Pitt. Men vent their rage by beating each other in a secret arena. (CC)
Gundam (CC)
Gundam (CC)
Tokko (CC)
70 (6:00) “The Reaping” (2007)
Live-Holy Land Behind Scenes Mark Chironna
Franklin
Jesse Duplantis
“Solomon and Sheba” (1995) Halle Berry, Jimmy Smits.
Joel Osteen
75 Kirk Cameron
Seinfeld (CC)
Family Guy
Family Guy
Family Guy
Family Guy
Family Guy
Family Guy
Conan (N)
Lopez Tonight
19 Seinfeld (CC)
Little People
Little People
Little People
Cake Boss (N)
Cake Boss
Fabulous Cakes (CC)
Little People
Little People
Cake Boss
57 Little People
Bones (CC)
Bones “The Boy in the Shroud”
The Closer (CC)
Men of a Certain Age (CC)
Glory Daze
42 Bones “Titan on the Tracks”
Johnny Test
Adventure Time MAD (N)
Total Drama
Scooby-Doo
King of the Hill King of the Hill Family Guy
Family Guy
Robot Chicken
66 Scooby-Doo
Man v. Food
Bizarre Foods/Zimmern
Bizarre Foods/Zimmern
Bourdain: No Reservations
Bourdain: No Reservations
Bizarre Foods
56 Man v. Food
“Roxanne” (1987, Romance-Comedy) Steve Martin, Daryl Hannah.
Roseanne (CC) Roseanne (CC)
54 Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son
NCIS “Once a Hero” (CC)
WWE Monday Night RAW (Live) (CC)
(:05) “Street Kings” (2008) Keanu Reeves.
41 NCIS “Sandblast” (CC)
Don’t Forget
My Big Friggin’ Wedding
My Big Friggin’ Wedding (N)
Mario Lopez
Bret Michaels
Mario Lopez
Bret Michaels
My-Wedding
87 Don’t Forget
Old Christine
America’s Funniest Home Videos
WGN News at Nine (N) (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
South Park
18 Dharma & Greg Dharma & Greg Old Christine
“The Ugly Truth” (2009) Katherine Heigl.
(:40) “2 Fast 2 Furious” (2003) Paul Walker, Tyrese. (CC)
“Christine” (1983) (CC)
291 (5:50) “The Rookie” (1990)
(:45) Wartorn 1861-2010 (CC)
In Treatment (N) In Treatment (N) Public Speaking (N) (CC)
Boxing
201 (5:30) The Box
Boardwalk Empire (CC)
Dennis Miller: The Big Speech
“The Lovely Bones” (2009, Drama) Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz. (CC)
202 (6:00) “Red Dawn” (1984)
“Leaving Normal” (1992) Christine Lahti, Meg Tilly. (CC)
“Post Grad” (2009) Alexis Bledel. (CC)
“The Soloist” (2009) Jamie Foxx, Robert Downey Jr. (CC)
203
“The Uninvited” (2009) Elizabeth Banks. (CC)
“Crazy Heart” (2009, Drama) Jeff Bridges. ‘R’ (CC)
Alien Sex Files
260 “Half Baked” (1998) Dave Chappelle. ‘R’ (CC)
Dexter “Teenage Wasteland”
“The Killer Inside Me” (2010) Casey Affleck. iTV Premiere. ‘R’
Dexter (iTV)
221 “Push” (2009, Suspense) Chris Evans. iTV. ‘PG-13’ (CC)
(:45) “Enemy at the Gates” (2001, War) Joseph Fiennes, Jude Law.
Fight Camp
Strikeforce Challenger Series
Kevin Pollak
222 Hard Cash
“The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring”
“Zombieland” (2009) Woody Harrelson.
“Blow” (2001, Drama) Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz.
281 (5:50)
“Looking for Eric” (2009) Steve Evets.
“Scary Movie 2” (2001) Shawn Wayans. ‘R’
“Life Is Hot in Cracktown” (2009) ‘R’ (CC)
“A Good Day”
241 (6:30)
WAVE 3 News at Extra (N) (CC)
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CNBC
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DISN
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ESPN
ESPN2
FAM
FOOD
FX
FXNWS
FXSO
FXSS
GSN
HALL
HGTV
HIST
LIFE
MSNBC
MTV
NICK
SPIKE
SYFY
TBN
TBS
TLC
TNT
TOON
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VH1
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2 (6:00) High School Football
Cable Key: E-E’town/Hardin/Vine Grove/LaRue R/B-Radcliff/Fort Knox/Muldraugh/Brandenburg
8:30
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9:30
HCS Chalk Talk Classroom
The Biggest Loser The contestants receive makeovers. (N) (CC)
10:00
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11:00
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12:00
News/Views
Issues
Hardin County Fiscal Court Meeting
WAVE 3 News at Extra (N) (CC)
Parenthood Adam receives surprising WAVE 3 News at (:35) The Tonight Show With Jay
3 7 (N) (CC)
news. (N) (CC)
11 (N)
Leno Actor Dwayne Johnson. (N)
Entertainment To- Inside Edition (N) No Ordinary Family Jim suddenly los- Dancing With the Stars (Season Finale) (Live) (CC)
WHAS11 News 11 (:35) Nightline (N) (12:06) Jimmy
11 night (N)
(CC)
es his powers. (N) (CC)
at 11 (N)
(CC)
Kimmel Live (N)
Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! (N)
NCIS “Enemies Domestic” A member NCIS: Los Angeles “Deliverance” The The Good Wife “On Tap” (N) (CC)
WLKY News at
(:35) Late Show With David Letter5 (N) (CC)
(CC)
of the team reminisces.
search for an elusive book.
11:00PM
man (N) (CC)
Two and a Half
How I Met Your Glee “Furt” Sue’s mother comes to
(:01) Raising
Raising Hope
FOX News at Ten (:45) FOX 41
Two and a Half
The Office “The Friends (CC)
12 Men (CC)
Mother (CC)
town. (N) (CC)
Hope (N) (CC)
“Dead Tooth”
(N)
Sports
Men (CC)
Chump” (CC)
Without a Trace “In the Dark” (CC) Without a Trace The team searches Criminal Minds The team suspects a Criminal Minds “Outfoxed” Several
Word Alive
The Hour of Heal10
for a missing woman.
rock star of murder. (CC)
families are murdered. (CC)
ing
Home for Christy Rost
Frontline “Facing Death” (N)
Independent Lens “Deep Down”
Charlie Rose (N) (CC)
Tavis Smiley (N)
14 OpenRoad (CC) One to One
King of the Hill Family Guy (CC) Are You Smarter? Are You Smarter? Don’t Forget the Don’t Forget the Seinfeld “The Lip That ’70s Show My Name Is Earl How I Met Your Curb Your Enthu16 (CC)
Lyrics! (N) (CC) Lyrics! (N) (CC) Reader”
(CC)
(CC)
Mother (CC)
siasm (CC)
WBKO at 6 (N)
Wheel of Fortune No Ordinary Family Jim suddenly los- Dancing With the Stars (Season Finale) (Live) (CC)
WBKO at 10 (N) (:35) Nightline (N) (12:06) Jimmy
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(N) (CC)
es his powers. (N) (CC)
(CC)
Kimmel Live (N)
NOVA (N) (CC) (DVS)
Coal in Kentucky (CC)
Globe Trekker (CC) (DVS)
World News
Kentucky Life
GED Connection
4 PBS NewsHour (N) (CC)
The Insider (N)
TMZ (N) (CC)
One Tree Hill Millicent and Victoria de- Life Unexpected Cate meets a
WHAS 10pm
(:35) The Oprah Winfrey Show (CC) (:35) Inside Edi- Star Trek: The
17 (CC)
vise a plan. (CC)
woman with a similar past. (CC)
News on WBKI
tion (N) (CC)
Next Generation
Wheel of Fortune Jeopardy! (N)
NCIS “Enemies Domestic” A member NCIS: Los Angeles “Deliverance” The The Good Wife “On Tap” (N) (CC)
27 Newsfirst (N) (:35) Late Show With David Letter7 (N) (CC)
(CC)
of the team reminisces.
search for an elusive book.
(CC)
man (N) (CC)
Exterminator
Exterminator
Exterminator
Exterminator
Parking Wars
Parking Wars
Parking Wars
Parking Wars
Exterminator
79 The First 48 “10 Pounds” (CC)
“Top Gun” (1986, Adventure) Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis, Anthony Edwards.
“The Terminator” (1984) Arnold Schwarzenegger. (CC)
46 (5:00) “A Few Good Men” (1992)
Weird, True
Weird, True
Encounters
Lost Tapes
Lost Tapes
Encounters
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Lost Tapes
Lost Tapes
Encounters
78 Weird, True
“Love & Basketball” (2000, Romance) Sanaa Lathan, Omar Epps.
Terry Kennedy
The Mo’Nique Show (CC)
Wendy Williams
80 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live
The Dukes of Hazzard
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
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86 The Dukes of Hazzard
Ford: Rebuilding
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Colbert Report Tosh.0 (CC)
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Daily Show
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“Ratatouille” (2007) Voices of Patton Oswalt. ‘G’ (CC)
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E! News
49 E! News (N)
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SportsCenter (Live) (CC)
31 College Basketball EA Sports Maui Invitational, First Semifinal: Teams TBA. (Live)
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32 College Football Temple at Miami (Ohio). (Live)
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America’s Funniest Home Videos
The 700 Club (CC)
My Wife & Kids
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Unwrapped
Paula’s Southern Thanksgiving
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Chopped
Ace of Cakes
Ace of Cakes
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73 Good Eats
Two/Half Men
“What Happens in Vegas” (2008) Cameron Diaz, Rob Corddry.
Sons of Anarchy “June Wedding”
Sons of Anarchy “June Wedding”
Terriers
71 Two/Half Men
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NBA Basketball Cleveland Cavaliers at Indiana Pacers. (Subject to Blackout) (Live)
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Behind Scenes Joyce Meyer
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75 The Cross (CC) Life at Summit
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66 (6:30)
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54 Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Love-Raymond Love-Raymond (:12) Everybody Loves Raymond
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18 Dharma & Greg Dharma & Greg Old Christine
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(:35) “The Taking of Pelham 123” (2009) Denzel Washington.
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201 (6:00) “Amelia” (2009) ‘PG’
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222 (6:30) “Nobel Son” (2007) Alan Rickman.
(:25) “G-Force” (2009, Action) Bill Nighy.
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281 Cadillac Rec
“Disturbing Behavior” (1998) James Marsden.
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Criminal Minds Hotch has a hard time The Defenders “Nevada v. Carter”
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Without a Trace “Upstairs Downstairs” Without a Trace “American Goddess” Without a Trace A single mother dis- Criminal Minds Series of teen suiWord Alive
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27 Newsfirst (N) (:35) Late Show With David Letter7 (N) (CC)
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79 Bounty Hunter Bounty Hunter Dog the Bounty Hunter (CC)
“Maverick” (1994)
“Open Range” (2003, Western) Robert Duvall. Cattle herdsmen battle a ruthless rancher in 1882.
“Open Range” (2003) Robert Duvall.
46 (5:00)
I’m Alive A bull shark. (CC)
I Shouldn’t Be Alive
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I Shouldn’t Be Alive
Be Alive
78 Hippo Hell (N)
“The Perfect Holiday” (2007) Gabrielle Union, Morris Chestnut.
American Gangster (CC)
The Mo’Nique Show (CC)
Wendy Williams
80 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live
The Dukes of Hazzard
CMA Awards 2010 Performances include Dierks Bentley. (N)
Smarter
86 The Dukes of Hazzard
New Age of Wal-Mart
Tom Brokaw Reports: Boomer$!
Mad Money
New Wal-Mart
27 The Kudlow Report (N)
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24 John King, USA (N)
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50 Daily Show
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Hannah Forever Suite/Deck
Suite/Deck
Good-Charlie
Good-Charlie
Fish Hooks
Fish Hooks
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67
Keeping Up With the Kardashians Khloé gets married.
The E! True Hollywood Story
Chelsea Lately
E! News
49 E! News (N)
College Basketball EA Sports Maui Invitational, Final: Teams TBA.
SportsCenter
31 NBA Countdown NBA Basketball Miami Heat at Orlando Magic. From Amway Arena in Orlando, Fla.
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“Aladdin” (1992)
“Beauty and the Beast” (1991) Voices of Paige O’Hara.
America’s Funniest Home Videos
The 700 Club (CC)
My Wife & Kids
21 (6:00)
Unwrapped
The Next Iron Chef “Honor”
Bobby Flay
Bobby Flay
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
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Bobby Flay
73 Good Eats
Two/Half Men
“Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer” (2007) Ioan Gruffudd.
Terriers “Quid Pro Quo” (N)
Terriers “Quid Pro Quo”
Two/Half Men
71 Two/Half Men
The O’Reilly Factor (N) (CC)
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On Record, Greta Van Susteren
The O’Reilly Factor
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26 FOX Report With Shepard Smith
NBA Basketball Milwaukee Bucks at Cleveland Cavaliers. (Subject to Blackout) (Live)
Cavaliers Live
Cavaliers, Paint The Final Score Football Pr.
The Final Score Basketball
SEC Gridiron Live (Live)
Football Pr.
The Final Score NHL Hockey
36 College Football Stanford at California. (Taped)
Deal or No Deal Family Feud
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Newlywed
Baggage (CC)
1 vs. 100 (CC)
Lingo (CC)
Deal or No Deal (CC)
Catch 21 (CC)
72 1 vs. 100 (CC)
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One Christmas
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House Hunters Property Virgins Property Virgins Income Prop.
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Property Virgins Property Virgins Income Prop.
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Declassified Beatle John Lennon.
The Real Story
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How I Met
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How I Met
Notting Hill (CC)
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Countdown With Keith Olbermann The Assassination of Dr. Tiller
The Last Word
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True Life
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My Wife-Kids
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Hates Chris
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George Lopez
George Lopez
George Lopez
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DEA High-grade marijuana.
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MANswers
MANswers
MANswers
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Easter Exper.
75 (5:00) “The Ten Commandments”
Seinfeld (CC)
House of Payne House of Payne Meet, Browns
Meet, Browns
Meet, Browns
Meet, Browns
Conan (N)
Lopez Tonight
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Untold Stories of the E.R. (N)
Born Schizophrenic: January
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Schizophrenic
57 Sister Wives Special (CC)
Bones Investigating an explosion.
Bones “The Shallow in the Deep”
Bones “The Man in the Cell”
CSI: NY “Grounds for Deception”
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42 Bones “The Girl With the Curl”
Robotomy
Adventure Time Regular Show
King of the Hill King of the Hill Family Guy
Family Guy
Robot Chicken
66 “Firebreather” (2010) Voices of Jesse Head.
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Carnivore
Man v. Food
Bacon Paradise (N) (CC)
Man-Carnivore
Carnivore
Carnivore
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54 Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Sanford & Son Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Roseanne (CC) (:31) Roseanne Roseanne (CC)
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NCIS A Navy diver is murdered.
Psych (CC)
Royal Pains
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Don’t Forget
Dance Cam
Mario Lopez
I Love Money (CC)
I Love Money (N) (CC)
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Entourage (CC)
87 Don’t Forget
Old Christine
How I Met
How I Met
News at Nine
Just Shoot Me
Scrubs (CC)
Scrubs (CC)
South Park
18 Dharma & Greg Dharma & Greg Old Christine
“Bedtime Stories” (2008) Adam Sandler.
(:45)
“The Missing” (2003, Western) Tommy Lee Jones, Cate Blanchett. (CC)
(12:05) Frantic
291 (6:00) “Jaws 2” (1978)
“Edge of Darkness” (2010) Mel Gibson. ‘R’ (CC)
Boardwalk Empire (CC)
Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue
In Treatment
201 (6:00) “12 Rounds” (2009) (CC)
Wartorn 1861-2010 (CC)
Unstoppable
REAL Sports With Bryant Gumbel
“Fighting” (2009) Channing Tatum, Terrence Howard. (CC)
202 “Bury My Heart at Wounded”
“Gran Torino” (2008, Drama) Clint Eastwood. (CC)
In Treatment
In Treatment
In Treatment
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“Crazy Heart” (2009, Drama) Jeff Bridges. ‘R’ (CC)
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Inside NASCAR (N)
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Dexter “Teenage Wasteland”
Inside the NFL (CC)
Inside NASCAR
Fight Camp
222 “Push” (2009, Suspense) Chris Evans, Dakota Fanning. (CC)
“About a Boy” (2002) Hugh Grant.
(:45) “The Stepfather” (2009) Dylan Walsh, Sela Ward.
281 (:10) “Maid in Manhattan” (2002) Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Fiennes.
Battle of the High School Musicals: Guys ’n’ Divas
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PULSE | The News-Enterprise | NOVEMBER 18-24, 2010
28
Nothing rocks quite like A Vegan
With A Bullwhip
Where they’re
playing
Concert may include admission fee even
if not listed.
Nov. 19
GRAFFITI LAYNE @ 3-Putt Willie’s, 850 Pine
Valley Drive, Elizabethtown, 8 p.m. (502)
510-7433.
MAMAKITTY SOUTHWOOD @ Gondolier Italian
Restaurant, 2414 Ring Road # 100,
Elizabethtown, 8 p.m. (270) 982-3060.
SALSA RHYTHMS @ Ernesto’s Mexican
Restaurant, 1921 Bishop Lane, Louisville,
at 10:30 p.m.; $5 cover; (502) 456-5737.
CHAORDICA will play at the Sellersburg Fire
Department, 601 Hamburg Way Ste. 5,
Sellersburg, 6 p.m. $5, (270) 734-2232.
Nov. 20
GRAFFITI LAYNE @ 3-Putt Willie’s, 850 Pine
Valley Drive, Elizabethtown, 8 p.m. (502)
510-7433.
SOUR WHISKEY @ Clark’s Tavern, 8440
Rhodelia Road, Payneville, 7:30 p.m. (270)
496-9600.
CHAORDICA will play at Boonedocks Grill at
the Farm, 3850 Beechgrove Road,
Shepherdsville, 7 p.m., $5, (270) 7342232.
Where They’re
Playing is a listing
of local bands and
their upcoming
FIT 4 A KING @ Otter
gigs. Whether you
Creek Tavern, 6860
play rock,
Flaherty Road, Vine
country, hip-hop,
Grove, 8 p.m. – midjazz or another
night. (270) 828-9555.
music genre, if
your band has a
performance — no
matter where —
and you want to
HURT CIRCLE @
get the word out,
Phoenix Hill Tavern, 644 e-mail the date,
Baxter Ave., Louisville,
time, venue,
7:30 p.m., $10,
address and
www.myspace.com/hurtcontact
circle
information with
cost of admission
KTO @ 3-Putt
to
Willie’s, 850 Pine
[email protected]
Valley Drive,
wsenterprise.com.
Elizabethtown, 8
This calendar
p.m.. (270) 737listing is provided
7772.
as an information
service.
Nov. 25
Nov. 26
By ROBERT VILLANUEVA
[email protected]
A headline about a contestant on a TV reality
show featuring modern-day
super hero wannabes might
seem an unlikely source of
inspiration. But that’s how
the Hardin County band A
Vegan With a Bullwhip formulated its name.
Guitarist Randall Nalls
said the name reflects the
band’s sense of humor. A
Vegan With a Bullwhip is a
progressive rock band
made up of a group of military guys stationed at Fort
Knox.
“We actually met in basic training,” said vocalist
Charles Reeves, explaining
the genesis of the band
when he met Nalls.
The two were stationed
at Fort Hood in 2007 and
became friends, discovering their shared musical interest. After being stationed
at Fort Knox they met the
other members, and the
band began to come together.
“We were all in the
same company,” said
Stephen Suitor, the band’s
technician and engineer.
At first Suitor played
guitar with the group, but
time constraints prompted
him to switch roles.
“And Randall doesn’t
need any help,” Suitor said.
Suitor had been “in and
out of bands” in the early
to late ’90s, he said. He
had a recording studio in
Tulsa, Okla., but his background in music stretches
back to his tween years.
“As soon as I bought my
first Sex Pistols album, I
think, I bought my guitar
the next day,” Suitor said.
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more about
Hardin County progressive rock
band A
Vegan With
A Bullwhip,
visit www.re
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.com/#!/vegan
withabullwhip or find the
group on Facebook.
Members of Hardin County progressive rock band A Vegan With
a Bullwhip are Ryan Comacho, Charles Reeves, Dan Mayberry
and Randall Nalls.
Nalls said he began
playing guitar when he was
13 or 14 and lived in
Fayetteville, N.C.
Bassist Ryan Comacho,
from Orange County,
Calif., began playing at the
age of 15 and already had
played a handful of bands.
“That’s the main reason
I play bass: everyone needs
a bass player,” Comacho
said.
Percussionist Dan
Mayberry, from Ogden,
Utah, began playing drums
when he was about 12, he
said. He took his first classes in junior high school
“I just figured ‘Why
not?’” said Mayberry, who
played in “a few bands” in
high school.
Reeves, from Wichita
Falls, Texas, also had been
part of a band before becoming part of A Vegan
With a Bullwhip, but that
band split up. He has been
singing “for a while.”
“That’s easy,” he said. “I
didn’t have to pick up an
instrument.”
A Vegan With a Bullwhip officially formed in
January, but most of the
members had been playing
together for three months
prior to that. The band al-
ready is making its mark.
In September, Vegan
won the Fort Knox arm of
an Army-wide band competition and progressed to
the finals.
“We placed second
Army-wide,” Reeves said.
“Everybody else played
covers.”
Suitor praised the band,
saying it is a great band in
general, not limiting the
designation to the military.
Though A Vegan With a
Bullwhip also performs
covers, band members
carefully pick and choose
those songs, Comacho said.
Vegan is in the process
of recording an EP of original music. Suitor said the
product will be ready by
Christmas.
Band members believe
the recent competition had
some advantages.
“It just meant we were
doing the right thing,”
Comacho said.
“We put in a lot of hard
work, and it paid off,”
Reeves said.
The competition seems
to be indicative of the
band’s feedback.
“Every time we’ve
played live we’ve gotten a
business card,” Mayberry
said.
Submitted photo
Local gigs are on the
way, too. Suitor said the
band should be appreciated “without stigmas or preconceived notions.”
Nalls hopes the public
will become more aware of
great music that’s out there.
Unfortunately, Reeves
said, modern technology
makes it too easy for any
group to record and present its musical offerings.
“It opened the floodgates for sub-par musicians,” Reeves said.
Members of A Vegan
With a Bullwhip prefer to
put in hard work when it
comes to their music.
Likewise, their performances are high energy.
“If I’m not breaking a
sweat by the first 10 seconds of the first song, I’m
doing something wrong,”
Comacho said.
“We’re going to change
the work,” Nalls said, referring to when the band produces its first album.
“We put a lot into it,”
Reeves said. “And we want
to give people an opportunity to enjoy it.”
Robert Villanueva can be
reached at (270) 505-1743.
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