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Today's News

  • Editor's note regarding weather and delivery

    With the winter storm, it is likely home delivery service of The News-Enterprise will be delayed in many areas as road crews work to remove snow from city and county roadways.

    Please look to our website at www.thenewsenterprise.com for convenient and timely access to news and information in the meantime. We apologize in advance for these unavoidable delays.

  • DUI bill closer to becoming law

    A bill to strengthen penalties for habitual drunken drivers, known as the Bri­anna Taylor Act, is one step closer to becoming law.

    Senate Bill 34 would change what is known in legal circles as the “look-back period” to 10 years from five – meaning penalties for someone convicted of drunken driving multiple times in a 10-year period can be increased.

  • United Way announces staff promotion

    United Way of Central Kentucky announces that Dana Taylor-Garrett has been promoted to director of community engagement in recognition of her ability to connect the community for the common good.

  • Employer recognizes Powell for custodial work at Fort Knox

    Richard Scott Powell, a Fort Knox custodial worker, was named Employee of the Year by Gulf Coast Enterprises, a company founded to provide employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

  • Bevin vows to make cuts

     If elected governor, Matt Bevin said he has “the intestinal fortitude” to shrink the state government by 20 percent and to veto every bill that comes to his desk unless it’s “spearheaded” by one of his own ideas.

  • Trial date set for Radcliff man who led police in pursuit

    A Radcliff man indicted on 13 charges, including four different felonies after leading police on a high-speed pursuit that ended in a head-on crash, now has a trial date.

    In a Tuesday appearance in Hardin Circuit Court, a trial was scheduled for Maurice Cortez Green, 23, at 9 a.m. Aug. 31.

  • Property transfers

    The following property transfers are listed on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown. FMV means fair market value and typically is based upon assessed taxable value.

    Hardin County Homes LLC to Renzedryk and Denisha Coffer, Section 1, Lot 2, Winding Springs Subdivision, $150,000.

  • Building permits

    The following building permit information has been obtained from the Hardin County Planning and Development Commission and Elizabethtown Planning and Development office. The name of the applicant, applicant’s address and use of permit are listed.

    Vincent Dale Keplinger, 1701 Rock Creek Road, Big Clifty. Use: Detached accessory structure.

  • Boys' region tournament postponed

    Due to inclement weather concerns, games in tonight's Boys' 5th Region Basketball Tournament at Green County High School have been called off.

  • Home rule changes alcohol sales for E'town

    When Elizabethtown enacted a by-the-drink sales ordinance at Monday’s council meeting, it was to take advantage of more than $11,000 of license and regulatory fees, officials say.