Local News

  • Service praised during WWII barracks dedication

    From five soldiers outfitted in period uniforms to a stirring rendition of Kate Smith’s version of “God Bless America,” the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the restored World War II barracks at Fort Knox paid tribute to history and service.

    The post commander described community

    contributions and a local leader’s initiative and efforts. A former Miss America, who has become a voice for veterans, talked about life lessons that provide a model for future generations.

  • Drivers slip, slide through cold, wet, icy weather

    The first day of winter isn’t until Dec. 21, but this weekend’s snow and ice didn’t wait for a date on the calendar.

    Wintry weather wreaked havoc on holiday activities and motorists traveling home Friday as events were canceled and numerous drivers slid off roads and into each other.

  • Fort Knox holds tree-lighting ceremony

    Fort Knox held its annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony Thursday at the post gazebo.

    Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived by horse-drawn carriage and visited with children in attendance. Holiday music by the 113th Army Band and performances by local youth choral groups also were part of the night’s featured entertainment.

  • Radcliff branch of circuit clerk office closed Wednesday

    The Radcliff office of the Hardin Circuit Clerk will be closed for training Wednesday.

    Anyone needing to file papers or renew drivers licenses may do so at the Elizabethtown office in the Hardin County Justice Center.

  • Cause of Terry Court fire determined

    Elizabethtown Fire Department has determined what caused a fire Tuesday morning at a two-story duplex on Terry Court in Elizabethtown that displaced two mothers and nine children.

    But fire investigator Jeremy Goodman said Friday he could not yet release information on the origin of the fire because it may jeopardize their investigation.

    “(We) still are not releasing info due to pending interviews and further investigation,” Goodman said in a statement.

  • Meade falls in state final

    Scott County scored with less than a minute to play to beat Meade County, 21-14 in the Class 6-A state football championship game Saturday night in Bowling Green.

    The Green Wave trailed 14-6 at halftime.

    See Sunday's print edition for complete coverage in The News-Enterprise.

  • St. James sells former school building

    One of the former buildings of St. James Catholic Regional School has been sold.

    The former primary school building at 200 N. Miles St. in Elizabethtown was sold to DRM Living LLC.

    DRM Living previously was at 410 N. Mulberry St. in Elizabethtown. Representatives for the organization couldn’t be reached for comment.

    The school moved last year to a new building at 401 Robinbrooke Blvd. in Elizabethtown.

  • Radcliff land sells for almost $1 million

    The weather might have kept residents indoors over the weekend, but some were willing to face the chill for an opportunity to buy more than 250 acres in Radcliff.

    Three individuals in Hardin County purchased 262 acres in the city for almost $1 million Saturday at an auction of the property, which belonged to the Howey family.

  • E'town man indicted on assault charge after incident with KSP

    The News-Enterprise

    An Elizabethtown man was indicted on an assault charge after police say he attempted to injure a Kentucky State Police trooper.

    Gerald R. Scheppa, 53, was indicted on a third-degree assault charge after police said he threw a knife at KSP Trooper Charlie Miller. Miller shot Scheppa in the groin. Scheppa was taken to University Hospital in Louisville.

  • Glendale celebrates Christmas in the Country