Today's News


    The News-Enterprise The LaRue County Hawks and John Hardin Bulldogs played to a 6-6 tie through two innings Saturday before rain forced the game to be called during the LaRue County Invitational. LaRue County coach Chris Price said the game most likely won’t be made up. n On Friday, junior Matt Meredith had a double, single and three RBIs to lead the Hawks (12-7) to

  • Goldenrod Homemakers learn about diabetes

    Goldenrod Homemakers met March 9 t the home of Elaine Conder. She taught the lesson on Diabetes Update to the group. She was also the hostess for the March meeting. The group shared a potluck meal and had lots of fellowship.


  • Faces and Places: Photography as worship

    By JILL PICKETT jpickett@thenewsenterprise.com Worship has gone outside the box and through the lens. Children at Valley Creek Baptist Church have been learning to use the camera as a tool for worship. “Photography as Worship” is one of the classes that offered to children through the church’s Worship and

  • April 18 Howevalley news


    Mona Holbert, 234-3298

    STUDENT SPOTLIGHT. Autumn Dodd,  a fourth-grade student in Mrs. Gibson’s classroom at Howevalley Elementary School, is the daughter of Christi and William Wright of Cecilia. Autumn is a great student and has been working very hard in the classroom.  Her favorite class is music.  Some of her hobbies include playing kickball, playing with her little sister and playing outside with her animals.  She also is a member of the Howevalley Girl Scout Troop.

  • Stover graduates from One Station Unit Training


    STOVER. Army Reserve Pvt. Markus Stover has graduated from One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Leonard Wood in Waynesville, Mo., which included basic military training and advanced individual training (AIT).

    Stover is the son of James and Linda Stover of Elizabethtown.

    The private is a 2008 graduate of Grayson County High School in Leitchfield.


  • Volunteers give back to the community

    Dana Taylor, a regular volunteer at Warm Blessings, and 11-year-old Bailey Farrell, her “Little Sister” through Big Brothers and Big Sisters, fold and straighten clothing donated to Warm Blessings. Several volunteers assist nightly cooking, serving and cleaning at the soup kitchen.

    Putting letters on a sign donated to Warm Blessings by Janet Team Realty Company are Jason Howlett and Josh Braden, volunteers for Warm Blessings. Sign Makers sign company recently donated time, labor and cost to insert permanent letters displaying the name and to mount the sign.

  • Parents announce birth of Addilyn


    Nicholas and Andrea Shrader announce the birth of a daughter, Addilyn Brooke Shrader, on Feb. 6, 2010. She weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces and was 20½ inches long.

    Grandparents are Timothy and Sharon Wilkerson and Jim and Marilyn Shrader.

    Great-grandmother is Lena Wooden.


  • North Hardin HOPE plans telethon
  • Allen-Hollon


    Pauline Haire of Eastview announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her stepdaughter, Earlene Allen, to Virgil L. Hollon of Louisville.

    The bride-to-be is a home health aide.

    The prospective groom is a truck driver for Anchor Oil Co. based in Louisville.

    The wedding is at 2 p.m. April 24, 2010, at Franklin Crossroads Baptist Church, 4695 Hardinsburg Road, Cecilia, with a reception to follow at the church.


  • Greenspace Representatives Visit Women’s Club Members

    The Elizabethtown Women’s Club held its monthly meeting April 2 at the Brown-Pusey House. By special invitation, Greenspace representative Judy Lay spoke about the 35-year-old organization and then led a trail hike on the Wintersmith Trail behind the Justice Center. Women’s club members who attended the hike were Maritza Johnson, Nora Sweat, Jeanne Smith and Japanese guests, Kumi Ito and Yoshiko Matsumoto. Greenspace representatives were Samantha Adams, Judy Lay, Judy Banks and Elanor Brawnor.