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  • Feb. 16: Our Readers Write

    Honor students deserve celebration I enjoyed the article and photos in The News-Enterprise on Sunday, Feb. 7, regarding the honor roll celebration at North Hardin (“Applauding honor roll students”). Thanks for covering this great event. What a wonderful idea from the Commitment Committee at North Hardin High School. The idea to promote excellent grades was evident at the

  • PREP TRACK: North wins boys' Mason-Dixon Games (03/11)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — The North Hardin boys’ track team better enjoy the ride at the top while it lasts. After Saturday’s Mason-Dixon Indoor Games in Louisville, Derby City powers Butler, Male and St. Xavier have the Trojans in their sights. North Hardin won the 32-team Class 3-A event by one point over Male at Broad

  • Budget provides funding for local sewer and water projects



    FRANKFORT — The Kentucky House of Representatives has passed a budget bill that includes $38 million for sewer and water upgrades as part of the Fort Knox Base Realignment and Closure Initiative.

    The money for infrastructure joins about $112 million in transportation funding passed separately by the House for roads to accommodate the growth expected by the transformation of the Army post, which is shedding its mantle as the home of armor.

  • Feb. 25, 2010 editorial: CASA with fries

    Sponsoring restaurants include:

    Chick-Fil-A – 1840 N. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown

    Huddle House – S. Dixie Blvd., Radcliff

    McDonald’s – 517 W. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown

    McDonald’s – 900 N. Mulberry St., Elizabethtown

    McDonald’s – 1700 N. Dixie Ave., Towne Mall, Elizabethtown

    McDonald’s – Leitchfield Road, Cecilia

    McDonald’s – Glendale

    McDonald’s – 110 S. Dixie Blvd., Radcliff

    McDonald’s – 3120 S. Dixie Blvd., Radcliff

  • March 10 Obituaries

    Freddie L. Dowell

    Freddie L. Dowell, 60, died Tuesday, March 2, 2010.

    He worked at OK Tires until graduating from North Hardin High School, and after graduation he enlisted in the U.S. Army. After training, he was sent to Vietnam, where he served four years and was awarded several medals for his service. After returning from the Army, he worked at Gates Rubber plant. He later went to Cleveland to work for Ford Motor Co. and worked there for 28 years until he became disabled.

  • Photo: Being a good neighbor
  • March 10, 2010: Services
  • Juvenile prisoner suffers seizure during transport

    ELIZABETHTOWN — While en route from the Bullitt County courthouse to the Lincoln Village juvenile detention center in Hardin County, a young female detainee suffered a seizure, resulting in a delay in transport of several others and her hospitalization.

    First reports of the seizure were made about 3 p.m. Thursday.

  • Feb. 24 : Our Readers Write

    Combining chambers might not be beneficial I am writing in response to the recent articles regarding the combining of the Hardin County Chambers of Commerce. As a Radcliff resident, I believe that this is not in the best interest for businesses in Radcliff. There are several questions that need to be answered before any action is taken on this matter. What re the benefits for Radclif

  • Feb. 22: Our readers write

    Obama’s failings

    About a year ago I wrote that leaders of the Vatican, Europe, and Middle East accused our president of being arrogant. I referenced the 5th Fleet leaving to go pirate hunting, and asked about a Plan B when he declared he was going to close Guantanimo Bay.