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Today's News

  • Sept. 5 Divorces

    The following marriage dissolutions have been granted in Hardin Circuit Court in Elizabethtown.

    Jeffrey Bellin, 45, Elizabethtown, and Shianne Dawn Sallee, 35, Upton. Married 13 years.

    Timothy P. Donovan, 39, and Dawn Scott, 40, both of Elizabethtown. Married six years.

    Deryk Scott Simmons, 29, and Kristie Leigh Heefner, 28, both of Fort Knox. Married eight years.

    Jason Edward James, 29, and Rhonda Jo Bohall, 48, both of Radcliff. Married six years.

    Jonathan Wayne Thomas, 43, and Sherry Frances Dillard, 43, both of Elizabethtown. Married 21 years.

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER: ELizabethtown holds off North Hardin, 1-0 (09/15)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com Beau Bouthilette and the visiting Elizabethtown Panthers locked down North Hardin on Tuesday night in order to nearly lock up a postseason bye. The senior forward scored his second straight game-winning goal and senior goalkeeper Danny Rothwell held off the hard-charging Trojans, 1-0 to close in on the No. 1 seed for next month’s

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: LaRue County spikes North Hardin (09/14)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com Ben Schell insisted his LaRue County volleyball team would have a more diverse attacking unit this year and at the expense of their coach’s alma mater, the surging Lady Hawks proved it Monday night. Senior outside hitter Brea Huhn’s five kills led five Lady Hawks with multiple kills and home-loving LaRue County swept the st

  • Indy man dies from I-65 wreck

    SONORA

    An Indianapolis man died Monday after the motorcycle he was driving crashed into the back of a sport utility vehicle.

    Kentucky State Police Trooper Chris Berry said he was on the scene of a minor crash late Monday afternoon on Interstate 65 at the Sonora exit when he saw a motorcycle approaching traffic stopped by the wreck.

    Berry said Greely D. Evans, 66, of Indianapolis, suffered serious injuries when his motorcycle ran into the back of an SUV.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: No time to celebrate for John Hardin (9/15)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com The natural reaction after an emotional rivalry victory is to relax and that’s what has John Hardin coach Mark Brown concerned heading into this Friday’s game against the Nelson County Cardinals. The Bulldogs, who are ranked fourth in the latest Associated Press Class 5-A poll, are

  • Overturned tanker truck closes northbound I-65

     The News-Enterprise

    An overturned tanker truck on Tuesday forced the closure of northbound Interstate 65 near the 83-mile marker, in Hardin County.

    Northbound motorists were detoured via exit 81 at Sonora and follow U.S. 31W north to Glendale and re-enter I-65 at exit 86.

    The road reopened around nine p.m.

  • Burke jury begins deliberations

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    Commonwealth’s Attorney Chris Shaw aimed his closing argument in the double-murder case against Army Sgt. Brent Burke directly at the hearts of jurors.

  • No debating this: Daze will have plenty for all

    Guthrie to attend

    Congressman Brett Guthrie will appear for the Brushy Fork debates Friday. He will debate challenger Ed Marksberry at 7:30 p.m. Guthrie originally had a scheduling conflict for the debate.

    By JEFF D’ALESSIO

    jdalessio@thenewsenterprise.com

    This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of community festivals in Vine Grove.

    It may be hard to find a year that has been this power-packed, officials said.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Before North Hardin, Elizabethtown focusing on fundamentals (09/14)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com At the end of Monday afternoon’s film session, Elizabethtown coach Brad Todd looked toward the back of the weight room and asked Panthers defensive coordinator Jimmy Noblin if he had anything to add. “Just two words,” Noblin said, pausing for dramatic effect as the Panthers turned around to look at him. “North H

  • Life or something like it: My amazing mom

    By SUZANNE DARLAND

    My 82-year-old mother amazes me.

    Her days begin about 7 a.m. with half a bagel topped with homemade prune butter and a mug of hot tea. And they don’t end until late at night, 10:30 or 11 p.m., when she falls asleep in bed reading a Danielle Steel novel. In between she might spend the day working on her newest painting. Or organizing fabric scraps for a quilted wall hanging. Hitting the pool for an hour of water walking. Visiting friends. Going to a Wednesday morning Bible study.