Today's News

  • Bank in Glendale robbed at gunpoint

    A man armed with a handgun held up a bank Tuesday afternoon four blocks from the railroad tracks in historic Glendale.

    Described as a white man between 5-foot-6 and 5-foot-10, the man entered the West Point Bank branch in Glendale around 2:45 p.m. He was wearing a black ski mask, green hoodie, blue jeans and black tennis shoes, according to Kentucky State Police.

  • Couple creates winter wonderland with Christmas lights, decorations

    While many are starting their Christmas shopping on the Friday following Thanksgiving each year, Tommy Ryan begins putting up thousands of Christmas lights and decorations inside and outside of his home. The festive decorations create what he and his wife, Suzanne, like to call a winter wonderland.

  • County government to consider right-to-work ordinance

    Members of Hardin Fiscal Court championed the virtues of a right-to-work ordinance and joined a movement among Kentucky counties to step in where the state legislature has not by regulating union dues.

  • Habitat for Humanity receives sizable donation

    A local organization received an early Christmas present that will alleviate some storage issues.

    Hardin County Habitat for Humanity now has a permanent location to store supplies for builds and its ReStore retail store.

  • Three Radcliff churches vandalized

    Radcliff police are investigating vandalization of three church buildings.

    Officers took the report for damage to New Life Baptist Church on Logan Street and New Jerusalem Seventh-Day Adventist and Morning Star Missionary Baptist churches, which are on South Wilson Road.

  • Radcliff man dead, two injured in Sunday morning crash in Texas

    MORRIS COUNTY, Texas — A Radcliff resident died and two others were hurt Sunday after an early-morning, single-vehicle crash in Morris County, Texas, near Texarkana.

    Juan Rosales-Garcia, 56, died after being ejected from a vehicle that crashed on Interstate 30, according to The Mount Pleasant Daily Tribune.

  • Vine Grove police search for theft suspects

    Vine Grove police are trying to identify two suspects wanted in connection to 10 thefts that happened over the weekend.

    The suspects, who are believed to be three teens, were caught on camera late Saturday at a home on the corner of South Hillcrest and Bennel drives removing items from an unlocked vehicle, Police Chief Kenny Mattingly said.

  • Post Office pauses from holiday pace for story time

    Mary Cardoza-Lane, postmaster of Vine Grove, sat on the floor next to a homemade fireplace Tuesday morning as she read a story to children no older than 4.

    The book “Letters to Santa” by Deborah Halverson, and illustrated by Pauline Siewert was chosen for the post office’s first Christmas story time.

  • Ward elected to state sheriff's board

    John Ward recently was elected to the Kentucky Sheriff’s Association board of directors at the 85th annual conference in Bowling Green earlier this month.

    Ward, who served 28 years with the Kentucky State Police and nine years as captain of KSP Post 4, was the only newly elected sheriff on the board.

  • Feeding America receives Walmart grant

    The News-Enterprise

    Employees from the Elizabethtown Walmart recently presented a check for $60,000 to Feeding America, Kentucky’s HeartlandThe agency was one of 50 non-profit organizations from around the country to finish in the top 50 in online voting in November.