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  • YOUTH BASEBALL: LaRue 8s roll to victory; Meade 12s win (07/08)

    The News-Enterprise Hayden Waddle went 3-for-3 with two doubles and a single, and five others collected two hits apiece as the LaRue County 8-year-old All-Stars rolled to an 18-5 win over Meade County in the Cal Ripken District 7 Tournament at University Drive Park. Daillis Cox had a double and triple, while Seth Russell had two doubles. Chase Baker and Chase Childress each had a sin

  • Corn crop to benefit from rain, cooler temps



    Heavy rain predicted for today should help Hardin County’s corn crop recover — at least somewhat — from recent hot, dry weather.

    “It will save the day if we get this,” local grower Richard Preston said.

    By that he doesn’t mean it’ll be the best crop ever — just typical for Kentucky.

    Depending on when the rows were planted, corn may be pollinating now. And rain is crucial at this stage.

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: EABC 12s, 9s and 7s win (07/07)

    The News-Enterprise Jaylen Cosme hit a solo home run in the third inning, sparking the 12-year-old Elizabethtown Area Baseball Commission All-Stars to an 11-1 win over Meade County White on Tuesday night in the Cal Ripken District 7 Tournament at Meade-Olin Park. Elizabethtown scored all of its runs in the third and fourth innings. “Jaylen ripped one and we scored si

  • July 8, 2010: Our readers write

    Not representative

    In a democracy, every eligible voter votes on every issue that comes before the government body. We live in a representative republic where eligible citizen voters elect representatives to represent them to vote on the issues that come before government.

    The representative form of government is a way of streamlining the voting process, and works well until the elected representatives do not vote as their electorate so desires.

  • Campbell wins Miss Hardin County Fair

    By KELLY R. CANTRALL kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com Kaleigh Campbell’s phone had been vibrating off and on for most of the day Tuesday. As Campbell silenced it yet again, she ruefully explained that it was likely not a call but a Facebook notification, letting her know another friend was congratulating her. “Facebook’s getting on my nerves today,” she said,

  • Bringing the 'old songs' to life

    IF YOU GO: A Night of Gospel Music featuring the Chuck Wagon Gang will be 6 p.m. Friday at New Horizon Baptist Fellowship, 804 W. Rhudes Creek Road in Glendale. The event is a fundraiser for the Madison Ann Cundiff Memorial Foundation Inc. To learn more call (270) 763-6723 or visit www.madisonanncundiff.org.

    The News-Enterprise

    Get ready for a night of old-time gospel singing as the third generation of The Chuck Wagon Gang takes the stage at New Horizon Baptist Fellowship on Friday night.

  • My Kitchen, Your Recipe: White Chocolate Creme Brulee

    By MARY ALICE HOLT Since this column is called “My Kitchen, Your Recipe,” it’s supposed to feature favorite recipes of readers. But I’m going to cheat this week and share one of my own favorite recipes – White Chocolate Crème Brulee. I actually featured this recipe in a food column more than 15 years ago, but then I lost the recipe.

  • Where They're Playing

    Concert may include admission even if not listed.


    July 9

    Douglas Lucas will perform at ear X-tacy at 1534 Bardstown Road, Louisville, 6 p.m.

  • New commandant will lead armor transition to Fort Benning



    As a scrawny, fresh-faced soldier, Col. Ted Martin never could have imagined his career would come full circle.

    The 27-year military veteran has retraced his steps to the area where his career as an armor commissioned officer was launched. Only this time he is in charge.

    Martin was named commandant Wednesday for the U.S. Army Armor School and will lead the final phases of armor’s transition to Fort Benning, Ga., as part of the Army’s Base Realignment and Closure initiative.

  • A Dash of Class: Kid-friendly recipes


    Bible schools and sports camps are ending in the near future, and there is a whole month left to entertain the kids before school resumes. As a former home economics/family and consumer science teacher who also taught foods classes the last several years before I retired, the obvious comes to mind: Let the kids cook.