Today's News

  • June 20, 2010: Obituaries

    Edna Earl Alexander

    Mrs. Edna Earl Alexander, 71, of Ekron, died Thursday, June 17, 2010, at her residence.  

    She was a member of Ekron Baptist Church; the Mary Catherine Women’s Missionary Group, the Nannie Stith Sunday School Group and was retired from the Fort Knox Post Beauty Salon with 38 years of service.  

  • Rays announce birth of son


  • Faces and Places: Views from the state tournament

    LEXINGTON — The Central Hardin Bruins traveled to Applebee’s Park in Lexington to take on Greenup County in the  reformatted Forcht Bank/

    KHSAA State Baseball Tournament. Photojournalist Neal Cardin recorded scenes from on the field and fans in the stands as the game progressed. Although the outcome was not in favor of the Bruins’, history was made as Central Hardin became the first 5th Region team to take part in the newly formatted tournament.

    Neal Cardin can be reached at (270) 505-1753.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Seven area athletes playing in All-Star games in Lexington this weekend (06/18)

    The News-Enterprise Seven area softball players will get another chance to suit up this weekend in Lexington during the Kentucky Softball Coaches’ Association All-State games at the University of Kentucky. LaRue County’s Lyndsay and Valerie Whitlock, Meade County’s Kristin Benton, Scarlett Powers, Erin Sireno and Mallory Wathen and North Hardin’s Jes

  • Expensive souvenir of carelessness

    I'm the proud owner of the key to a wonderful SUV.

    The black vehicle with tinted windows looks like something you'd see the team from television's "Criminal Minds" climbing into.

    For a guy who normally drives a Chevy Cobalt, to say it is big would not be adequate. It may be the largest vehicle that I've ever driven that did not have the word U-Haul painted on its side.

  • Davis welcomes sister

        Davis William Lutz of Elizabethtown announces the birth of a sister, Eden Claire Lutz, on March 2, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was 19 inches long.  Parents are Bill and Sarah Lutz of Elizabethtown.

  • Rineyville Optimist Scholarship Winners announced

    1 The Rineyville Optimsts Club recently awarded North Hardin graduate Amanda Dawson a $500 scholarship. Amanda plans to attend Bellarmine University this fall as a nursing student. Also pictured are Amanda’s family including from left to right, mom Roni, sister Samantha, nephew Ayden, Amanda, Bill Ball, sister Amelia, sister Megan Acre and Optimist Club President Rick Tharpe.

  •  Frances Foote Henderson, 83

    Alice Josephine (Jo) Shacklette, 98

    Bennie Green Hardin Warren, 87

      Frances Foote Henderson

    Frances Foote Henderson, 83, of Irvington, passed away Saturday, June 19, 2010.

    She was retired from Olin Corporation - Doe Run Plant in Brandenburg, and a member of the Bewleyville United Methodist Church.

  • June 13 Cecilia news


  • PREP OPINION: Girls' NEWSY Awards (06/18)

    Another school year has come and gone. And what a year it was, especially in terms of high school athletics. At the end of every year, people compile their top 10 lists for this or that. I’ve chosen to take a different angle. ESPN has the ESPY Awards. Now, The News-Enterprise has the NEWSY Awards, named after our beloved mascot. In Thursday’s edition, I looked a