Today's News

  • Sept. 22, 2009: Obituaries

    Paul L.G. Auclair Paul L.G. Auclair, 76, of Vine Grove, passed away Saturday, Sept. 19, 2009. Mr. Auclair retired as a Captain from the United States Army and was a veteran of the Korean War. He worked in management at Brown & Williamson for 23 years, worked as a tour guide at the Patton Museum at Fort Knox and was active for many years in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts of Louisville.

  • Oct. 3 Local History


  • Sept. 7 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, Bill Logsdon cited "mostly personal reasons" in his letter of resignation as a member of the Hardin County School Board. "The headaches and ulcers" that he said had gone along with the board membership also brought about his decision. 20 years ago, information from a local man who suspected hazardous waste was being dumped in the Hardin County landfill prompted a federal investigation of the site. Hardin Fiscal Court authorized Judge-Executive R.R. Thomas to sign a letter allowing the U.S.

  • Sept. 18 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, Ray Vencill's surprise resignation as principal at Helmwood Heights Elementary School resurfaced when superintendent Nap DuFault attempted to re-assign the former head basketball coach to a coaching post already occupied in the city school system. 20 years ago, Radcliff resident Dave Voglund took to the sky with his one-seventh scale replica of a World War II fighter identified as a Curtis-40 Kittyhawk Mk. 1a.

  • Sept. 9 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, it was burley housing time in Hardin County and tobacco patches around the county were buzzing with activity. 20 years ago, federal funding was the key to beginning construction on the main phase of the proposed highway that would connect Radcliff to Interstate 65. 10 years ago, a judge was to decide this month in the case of an Elizabethtown couple who claimed a Radcliff bank committed fraud. One year ago, with property values increasing in Elizabethtown the city council was considering decreasing tax rate

  • Sept. 21 Local History

    In Hardin County: 30 years ago, the county schools took a close look at sales and solicitations involving students and the school board adopted  school-wide sales guidelines with principals monitoring club sales at their schools.

  • Fort Knox tests mettle during mock attack



    FORT KNOX — Plumes of black smoke formed an ashen cloud around building 298 while slivers of flame licked at the steel of three burned-out cars.

    Nearby, a toppled bus lay on its side, its weight and impact crushing the car and victims underneath it, while those within the bus screamed for help. Similar shrieks emitted from the building and its grounds as soldiers lay strewn on the pavement in various states of disrepair.

  • Walker up for Teacher of the Year



    ELIZABETHTOWN — Elizabethtown Independent Schools’ latest ExCEL winner is continuing to excel in other teaching awards.

    Holly Walker, a special education teacher at Elizabethtown High School, has received a 2010 Ashland Inc. Teacher Achievement Award, which makes her a finalist for the 2010 Teacher of the Year Award. Walker won the ExCEL award , which is sponsored by WHAS-11 and E.ON.US earlier this year.

  • Upton man charged with sex crimes in Louisville



    LOUISVILLE - An Upton man wanted on four felony counts brought against him by Louisville-Metro Police Department’s Sex Crimes Unit was arrested by state police on a warrant Sunday at an Upton-Talley Road residence.

  • Sip and see for a good cause

    The News-Enterprise

    SONORA -- Networking for Women in the Heartland will sponsor a Business Expo from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Claudia's Tea Room, 107 Broadway, in Sonora.

    Participants will have an opportunity to showcase their businesses while enjoying tea, finger foods and ambiance at Claudia's Tea Room. Proceeds from the event will go to Springhaven domestic violence shelter for women to help with remodeling costs.