Today's News

  • Spring is here but I have no time to play

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com As I peek around the side of my computer to see the fractional view of the window on the other side, I can see that spring has arrived. The weather is warm, but not too warm, and the sun seems to shine even brighter.

  • History with the South


  • PREP FOOTBALL: Central's Wallace commits to Louisville (4/29)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com The wait for Central Hardin junior John Wallace is finally over. Wallace, the standout kicker, received a scholarship offer from the University of Louisville when he attended the football program’s junior day the final weekend of March, and on Tuesday, Wallace called to inform first-year coa

  • Radcliff man arrested after pursuit

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com It took stop sticks, a crash and three loops around town Thursday morning before Elizabethtown police caught up to a drunken driver during rush hour. The pursuit began at 6:30 a.m. when Elizabethtown police were dispatched to Creekside Court in response to a criminal mischief report. EPD spokesman Tim Cleary said Radcliff resident

  • Making manga


  • Don't plan on this one

    “The Back-Up Plan”

    Rated PG-13 for sexual content including references, some crude material and language.

    Run time: 106 minutes

    Release date: April 23

    Rating: Two out of five take slates

  • Kentucky Christian Writers Conference


  • And they're off! Schools have a day at the races



    Michelle Buckley welcomed the crowd gathered in Parkway Elementary School’s gym.

    “Most days this place is called Parkway,” she said. “But not today. Today it’s called Churchill Downs.”

    Schools in Hardin County celebrated the upcoming Kentucky Derby on Thursday with races of their own — including a nine-class competition between preschoolers, at Parkway, and a race between kindergartners, at G. C. Burkhead Elementary School.

  • Public gives feedback on Vision Project



    The public on Thursday had a chance to weigh in on two dozen goals that may help shape Hardin County during the next decade and beyond.

    While some of the Hardin County Vision project proposals — such as allowing alcohol sales in urban areas and unifying the county’s school districts — could be contentious, those topics were not brought up by a handful of audience members who offered suggestions and asked questions.

    Comments instead tended to focus on development and governance.

  • Parent company sells KU, LG&E



    The company that owns two of Hardin County’s major utility providers plans to sell them to a Pennsylvania corporation.

    Kentucky Utilities and LG&E customers won’t see any changes in service or rates because of the sale, spokesman Chip Keeling said.

    “It should be seamless,” he said.

    His company, German-based E.ON, has agreed to sell its U.S. operation to PPL Corporation for $7.6 billion.