Today's Features

  • The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

    Ann McCoy Rogers to Old Cedar Point Farm LLC, property in Hardin County, $375,000.

    Vista Development Inc. to JFox Family LP, property in Hardin County, $1,150,000.

    Vista Development Inc. to JFox Family LP, property in Hardin County, $1. FMV: $2,000,000.

    AltonStillwell to W. Douglas and Donna K. Reed, 970 Franklin Crossroads, Cecilia, $27,000.

  • The News-Enterprise

    The New Opportunity School for Women is accepting applications for its summer residential program in Berea. The program aims to improve women's lives by building self-esteem and teaching skills including computer basics, job searching and leadership.

    During the free program, set for June 5-25, women will attend classes, complete internships and participate in cultural activities, said Debbie King, of NOSW. They will also have access to health screenings.

  • The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America MOAA held its monthly meeting March 16 at the new MOAA Clubhouse in Building 2377 on Fort Knox. The evening centered on a St. Patrick’s Day theme to include the host, Kelly. 

  • I would like to thank the Steen, Gonzalez and Cote families for hosting exchange students this year through EF Foundation for Foreign Study.
    Our students never will forget their American families and friends who have graciously opened their hearts and homes to them. Thanks to their generosity, these students have had an unforgettable year in our community. They were given the opportunity to explore the world and immerse themselves in our culture.

  • Leaders and scouts from Boy Scout Troop 24, chartered by Longview United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown, recently attended the Order of the Arrow, the Honor Society of the Boy Scouts of America. The weekend-long Ordeal/Brotherhood was at the Brotherhood Lodge at Camp Crooked Creek, Frazier Scout Reservation. In addition to ceremonies recognizing members, participants also spent the weekend cleaning and preparing the camp for the upcoming Southern Region - Section 6 Conclave, which will host about 1,000 Order of the Arrow members.

  • Those who always have wanted to ride a motorcycle but need some additional training don’t have to look any further than Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.
    Workforce Solutions at ECTC offers a three-day motorcycle course designed to introduce new riders to motorcycling and provide insight into basic riding skills. The class also helps develop street riding techniques. On-cycle experience is aimed at developing riding skills, safety and confidence, and the course also provides classroom instruction.

  • I am a stay-at-home mom. It still seems strange to say that. I honestly haven’t had too much time to reflect on it, what with the two children constantly hanging off of me. But the transition cannot be called a smooth one. I look at other moms who stay home, and most of them seem to have everything under control. I've felt like a failure on more than one occasion. Heck, just my 6-month-old daughter refusing to take a morning nap can bring me to my knees on the right – or wrong – day.

  • Eighteen members of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown either attended or decorated a table for the Hosparus Tea on March 19.
    Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown members, Betty McQuown, Cora Ellen McKinley Hall and Betty Sue French decorated a table for some of the Woman’s Club members. Joining the three ladies are members, Marie Deaton and Jeanne Smith. Member, Nora Sweat also sat at the table.

  • Carol Zagar’s life is all about movement. Among other roles, Zagar is a dance instructor, choreographer and physical therapist.

    “I started dance when I was 5,” Zagar recalled.

    At the time, her family was living in a suburb of Cincinnati.

    When the PTA of her school brought in dance teacher Jack Louiso to provide instruction after school, Zagar’s parents agreed to allow her and her two siblings to take lessons, she said.

    “That was an activity that they could afford all three of us (to) do,” she said.

  • By Savanna Bolin

    How do I even begin to describe Justin Bieber?

    He’s the charming boy who smiles down at me from the posters covering every inch of my wall; the boy who makes my heart beat unnaturally fast with every flip of his hair; the boy whose catchy, uplifting tunes create the soundtrack to my life.