Today's News

  • Hardin Memorial Hospital Volunteers Recognized

    Hardin Memorial Hospital’s volunteers were recognized by the Auxiliary at the annual banquet in May.

    Recognized for 2,000 hours of service were from left, Larry Fulkerson, Donald Jones, Jo Nall, Betty Vance and Belva Priddy.

    Recognized for 3,000 hours of service were from left, Dan Dantzler, Shelly Dantzler, Martha Baughman, Keith Baughman, Joan Palmer, Mary Vick, Margaret Carr, Janie Waggoner and Jean Walters.


  • YOUTH ALL-STAR BASEBALL: West State Cal Ripken pairings released (07/13)

    The News-Enterprise A slew of Cal Ripken West State baseball tournament brackets were released Monday, allowing All-Star squads from Elizabethtown, LaRue County and Meade County to learn when they’ll play next. 12-YEAR-OLDs. Elizabethtown and Meade County are in the eight-team, double-elimination tournament at Germantown Park. Meade County plays Barren County at 8 p.

  • Jan. 27 Local History

    30 years ago, officials of the state hazardous waste division of the natural resources were testing samples of the type of sludge that would be brought to Eastview if the plans of the Metropolitan Sewer District were to go through to build a facility in Eastview to hold Jefferson County sludge. 20 years ago, 10 Hardin County agencies found they would divide $240,500 from Metro United Way; two of the service organizations – Lincoln Trail Domestic Violence and North Hardin HOPE

  • Jadelyn competes in America’s Cover Miss Pageant

    Jadelyn Mae Peters competed in the America’s Cover Miss Tri-State beauty pageant in April where she won Queen in her age division. She also won most photogenic, second runner-up in fashion and overall red, white and blue wear in the 0 to three age division.

    She is the 21-month-old daughter of Chris and Ashley Peters of Cecilia. She is sponsored by Spencer’s Value Mart, Nail Concepts and family and friends.


  • United we all grow

    The issue: Chambers of commerce to merge
    Our view: Unity will create stronger voice for business opportunity

    The recent announcement of the goal to merge the four area chambers of commerce is good news for their members, the cities in which they’re located and for all of Hardin County.

  • Garden Club Gets Tips For Competition
  • Jan. 29 Local History

    30 years ago, an overnight snow closed area schools and made driving unsafe in the Hardin County area. 20 years ago, community leaders acknowledged that they would probably have to accept troop cuts at Fort Knox but said they would find ways to fill the resulting economic void; President Bush’s proposed budget for the 1991 fiscal year, if approved by Congress, would result in 3,010 troops being cut from the 194th Armored Brigade.

  • Waddell-Gibson

    Larry and Rhondalyn Waddell of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lara Brianne Waddell, to David Colby Gibson, son of David and Cindy Gibson of Glendale.

    The bride-to-be is a 2004 graduate of Union County High School and a 2010 graduate of Western Kentucky University. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and elementary education.

    The prospective groom is a 2004 graduate of Central Hardin High School. He is employed with Flint Group.

  • Theft case against former Wildcat continues



    Former University of Kentucky basketball player Derrick Millar appeared in Elizabethtown’s 9th Circuit Court Tuesday for what was scheduled to be a disposition hearing in a case accusing him of multiple felony thefts.

    The charges stem from Millar’s alleged sales of basketball tickets to Hardin County fans. He is accused of failing to deliver. Millar has been accused of like charges in about a dozen Kentucky counties, including a few where cases have ended in plea deals in exchange for guilty pleas.

  • Amphitheater in limbo



    The status of grant money to support the construction of an amphitheater at City Park North in Radcliff is still unknown, but the city could have other options.

    Mayor Sheila Enyart on Tuesday said the project is in limbo because the city has not yet secured the grant, but it may ask local businesses to sponsor construction of the amphitheater should the grant fall through.

    City officials first considered applying for the grant in November when a resolution was brought before Radcliff City Council.