Local News

  • White Mills Days brings community residents home

    The News-Enterprise

    For 39 Julys, White Mills had conducted its very own community homecoming celebration.

    The two-day festival, which began as a fundraiser for the White Mills Fire Department, concluded Saturday with a 5K run, a parade, a tractor show, car show and various games and booths.

  • Brice Taylor dies from ATV injuries

    Brice Taylor, who suffered a serious head injury after striking a deer while on an ATV early Monday morning, has succumbed to his injuries at University Hospital in Louisville.

  • Friends remember late Severns Valley pastor Cobble

    During the 14 years J. Howard Cobble served as pastor of Severns Val­ley Bap­tist Church in Elizabeth­town, he made a great impact on the people of the church and community.

    Cobble, 78, died Fri­­day in Carollton, Georgia.

  • Founders' Day makes memories for families

    When Steve Graham arrived at Founders’ Day at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown, he didn’t have any intentions of entering the pie-eating contest but his son, Adam, was set on it.

    But when Adam entered, so did three of his four siblings. Then Steve noticed adults entered, so he entered too.

  • Fireworks capture community's facination

    It’s not hard to find a crowd on the Fourth of July, just go where the fireworks are.

    As part of the holiday, Amer­icans have formed a fascination with the gun-powdered explosives bordering on obsession. From setting fireworks off at home to attending a professional show, young and old alike seem to enjoy the experience.

  • UPDATE: Third wreck occurs at Deckard and Patriot Parkway

    Kentucky State Police responded to an injury accident around 5:15 p.m. Friday on Patriot Parkway at the intersection of Deckard School Road. 

    Larri C. Turner, 17, of Vine Grove was travelling south on Deckard School Road in a silver passenger car when she ran a stop sign at Patriot Parkway, according to KSP Post 4 spokesman Jeff Gregory.

  • Hilton arraigned on murder, DUI charges

    After making an appearance Wednesday in Hardin District Court only to have it continued for lack of rep­resentation, Michael Todd Hilton was arraigned Thursday.

    Hilton, 34, of Irvington, is charged with murder and first-offense aggravated driving under the influence for involvement in a June 22 fatal crash at the intersection of Deckard School Road and Patriot Parkway that killed Elizabethtown teenager Bri­anna Taylor.

  • One dead after wreck at Deckard and South Wilson

    A man was killed Thursday afternoon and two other people were injured when a red Mustang struck a motorcycle at the intersection of Deckard School Road and South Wilson Road in Radcliff.

    Richard Charles Lawler, 38, was pronounced dead at the scene by Har­din County Chief Depu­ty Cor­oner Kenneth Spangen­berger and Deputy Coroner Shayna Norton.

    The wreck occurred around 4:30 p.m., according to Kentucky State Police.

  • UPDATE: Fatal crash occurred Thursday on South Wilson

    A man was killed and two other people were injured after a car struck a motorcycle on South Wilson Road near the interscection of Deckard School Road behind John Hardin High School.

    Richard Charles Lawler, 37, of Easteview was dead at the scene according Har­din County Chief Depu­ty Cor­oner Kenneth Spangen­berger and Deputy Coroner Shayna Norton.

  • Photos: One injured in I-65 crash

    A Tennessee woman was injured Thurday afternoon in a one-vehicle crash near Upton on Interstate 65.

    Breanna Clark, 21, of Cordova, Tennessee, was driving the car at the right when it overturned and she was ejected. Clark was airlifted by emergency medical helicopter to University Hospital in Louisville after being treated by Hardin County EMS.

    The crash occurred around 1:40 p.m. Thursday near mile marker 78. No other vehicles were involved, according to Kentucky State Police.