Today's News

  • Club members go to Ireland

    Four ladies of The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown returned in late October after a 13-day trip to the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland. Jackie Ball, Jean Davis, Regina Lancaster and Joan Noel started their trip in Dublin. A few spots of interest in Dublin were St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Anglican, rebuilt in stone in 1190 and Trinity College, where the “Book of Kells” is preserved, which is an 8th century manuscript of the four gospels. The ladies were in Dublin on Arthur Guinness Day.

  • A Dash of Class: Betty Brangers is this month's Finest Cook


    Today I want to introduce to you a remarkable lady as One of Hardin County’s Finest Cooks. She was nominated some time ago by Carolyn Smallwood Lynch and I am just now getting it all pulled together. She was most recently nominated by her three nieces, Sharon Smith Thomas, Sandy Smith Root and Donna Jo Smith. They have done such a nice job with the narrative that I am going to let them tell it in their words. Congratulations to the Cake Lady, Betty Brangers.

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER: Daviess County’s road similar to Central Hardin’s (11/03)


  • PREP FOOTBALL: John Hardin special teams just that ee" special

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com John Hardin senior Landon Savoy and junior Jeremy Harness turn everything into a friendly competition.

  • Volunteer Fair slated for tonight

    By JEFF D'ALESSIO jdalessio@thenewsenterprise.com What started as a conversation piece will become a full-fledged gathering tonight of organizations with attracting volunteers in mind. A Volunteer Fair, hosted by Helmwood Healthcare Center and the Ombudsman Program, is today from 5-8 p.m. at the Hardin County Industries (Communicare) building at 320 Ring Road, across from Flint Ink. Cynthia

  • Art auction to raise funds for Kids' Cafe



    Artistic creations, typically thought to nourish the soul, will help physically nourish children through a weekend fundraiser.

    The Surgical Center of Elizabethtown is hosting a fundraiser for the Kids’ Café of Hardin County program with the help of Nolin River Art Studio in Glendale.

  • 'Scam' letter surfaces in Radcliff

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    Radcliff officials on Tuesday issued a warning about an apparent prize-drawing scam.

    According to Radcliff spokesman Bryce Shumate, letters surfaced in the Radcliff area notifying recipients of a “Consumer Promotion Draw” cash prize.

    One letter police received from a would-be victim contained a fraudulent $900 check with “Northrop Grumman Federal Credit Union” listed as the payer.

    The letter claims the check is meant to cover the recipient’s tax responsibility for the bogus win.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Johnson helps spur Panthers' turnaround (11/02)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com A strong summer had Thomas Johnson thinking the Elizabethtown Panthers were destined for big things this season. The Panthers won a couple passing league tournaments, won both scrimmages and had what Johnson said was a solid training program at The Players Dugout. There was even talk of an undefeated season and perhaps playing for the Class 3-

  • E'town burn ban lifted


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    A burn ban was lifted by Elizabethtown Fire Chief Mike Hulsey as of noon Wednesday. However, guidelines for open burning remain in effect, according to information from the Elizabethtown Fire Department.

    Garden waste and brush such as branches and limbs can be burned, but lumber, paper, leaves and trash  cannot. Also, those wanting to burn allowed items must request a burn permit so the material can be checked by a fire department officer. There is no cost for the permit, according to the fire department.

  • NAACP presents President's Award

    Hortensia Morgan, right, presents Clarence Duggins with the NAACP 2010 President Award in appreciation for his untiring distinguished service and his many contributions to the Hardin county community over the past 40 years.