Today's News

  • Cecilia


    Irene Dodson, 862-3808

    I simply am overwhelmed at this weather, so many trees in full blossom that don’t normally bloom until late April or May. They are so beautiful.  We have a lilac bush that already has buds on it. Red Buds in full bloom and Dogwood blossoms beginning to open. Oh, so very beautiful.

  • Screenings draw visitors to HMH health expo

    Brandon Hall, an eighth-grader at East Hardin Middle School, ended up at the Hardin Memorial Health Expo 2012 Saturday because his mother made him go.

    He thought the expo was “OK” and returned to the booth where his mother was reviewing the results of various screenings he had taken as he meandered around the perimeter of the hospital auditorium where the event took place.

  • Round two of Coke memorabilia auction under way

    Another large portion of the Schmidt family’s Coca-Cola collection is being auctioned this weekend to collectors, including the Coca-Cola Co.

    The Schmidt Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia continues its second auction of the iconic soft drink-themed items today, after starting Saturday at the museum. The Schmidt family is looking to sell 700 items with an estimated value of more than $1 million.

  • Mild winter triggers spring suffering

    Debbie Veirs of Elizabethtown was dismayed when she began sneezing and getting watery eyes as the weather warmed this month.

    She knew what that meant for her allergies to mold and pollen.

    “It’s going to be a rough season and a long one,” she said. “There’s nothing really you can do. You just have to go out there and tough it out.”

  • Focus on Finance: Tips for selling or keeping long-held stocks

    Question: My wife and I purchased stock more than 20 years ago. What’s the best way to get the most money from long-held stock?

    Answer: Many individuals own stock they bought decades ago—but they’re reluctant to sell it because of the capital gains taxes that will be due. What’s the best way to get the most money from long-held stock?

  • Heartland Festival 2012 decision looms

    Although faced with two July events on the immediate horizon, one of the first decisions facing Elizabethtown’s newly named events coordinator deals with the Heartland Festival.

    Will the event occur on its traditional date on the fourth weekend in August or will Elizabethtown’s signature event skip 2012?

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Jaggers resigns as North Hardin coach (03/25)

    North Hardin High School football coach Crad Jaggers didn’t want to make a snap decision after last season, so he did some soul searching for months whether to return to the sidelines this year.

    It wasn’t until assistant coach Brent Thompson handed him a wristband with the slogan All In – the same one Auburn University during its national championship season two years ago – on it that he realized what he needed to do.

  • PREP SOFTBALL/BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Central finishes second in TSOA (03/25)

    The News-Enterprise

    Fourth-ranked Louisville Mercy limited Central Hardin to just four singles as the Jaguars, coached by Central Hardin graduate Josh Bloomer, shut out the eighth-ranked Lady Bruins, 6-0 on Saturday in the TSOA Tournament final at Meade County.

    Wesley Edwards led Central Hardin (5-2) with two hits, while Abbi Goedde and Brianna Blair each had one hit.

    April Pence (4-1) took the loss, striking out five, walking two and allowing nine hits.

  • PREP TENNIS ROUNDUP: Weekend Results (03/25)



  • Divorces

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

    Craig Michael Richard Muckle, 38, and April Ann Muckle, 27, both of Fort Knox. Married three years.

    David E. Clark Sr., 29, and Tammy Bigler, 28, both of Elizabethtown. Married seven years.

    Roger Lee Easton, 71, and Barbara Jean Skaggs, 70, both of Radcliff. Married 52 years.

    Matthew Paul Chandler, 23, Radcliff, and Betty Cazares, 24, Fort Knox. Married three years.