Today's News

  • May 31, 2010: Our readers write

    We owe respect on Memorial Day

    Memorial Day is today. It is our day for honoring and remembering those who served our country. It is a day initially reserved to honor those who died serving in uniform during wartime, but over time has been expanded to include honoring and remembering all veterans who have died, and civilians who gave their lives in battle. Honoring and remembering our nation’s defenders —- friends, relatives, neighbors, fellow Americans who were brought together in service to our country.

  • Mind games and a life well lived

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com The mind. Throughout our life we count on it for reason, knowledge, memory and everyday bodily control. The mind can help people sort out problems, learn new things, remember critical life events and keep us moving on a daily basis.

  • Elizabethtown woman dies in Valley Creek crash



    An Elizabethtown woman died at University Hospital in Louisville where she was taken Wednesday by emergency helicopter after a one-car wreck Wednesday evening on Valley Creek Road.

    A former competitive swimmer and young mother, 21-year-old Brittany L. Ringenary was described by her mother as a “happy-go-lucky kind of girl.”

  • Where they're playing

     Concert may include admission even if not listed.

  • May 13, 2010: Our readers write

    Scott in District 7







  • May 14, 2010: Our readers write

    Brunson’s ready to go in District 1

    I have known Curtis Brunson for a few years and have found him to be a man who strives to work hard as a business owner in Hardin County.  That tells me that he believes in economic development in Radcliff by doing and being an active citizen.

  • May 14, 2010, editorial: A big hooray for our heroes

    Hooray for Heroes in Radcliff started out simply enough for Randy Acton and Will Stolz.

    They wanted to show those who serve or have served our country that Hardin County appreciates their commitment to the United States and the sacrifices they have made in their lives.

    A “thank you,’’ we have learned, can go a long way.

  • Groups aim to build world's largest canned food wall


  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL OPINION: Ditto makes her return for Elizabethtown (06/09)

    It’s been roughly a year since we last saw Darian Ditto on the basketball court, but that wasn’t her choice. The heir apparent in the post to former Elizabethtown High School and current Eastern Kentucky University star Alex Jones, Ditto was off to a solid summer in 2009 before a full ACL tear and partial meniscus tear in her right leg cut her season short before it ever b

  • May 12, 2010 editorial: Community combats cancer

    Maybe you have had cancer?

    Or maybe you have had a family member battle the disease?

    Maybe you know a loved one who has seen someone close to them succumb to cancer?

    Or maybe you know somebody who went eye-to-eye with it and beat it?

    Cancer is one of those words that is numbing because we all know overcoming it is not easy.

    This weekend at Central Hardin High School, hundreds of attendees will celebrate life and celebrate surviving cancer, while not giving up the battle against it for those who lost their lives to the disease.