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  • Hardin County Pet Protection's treasured president

     

  • April 30 Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

    Donald L. and Donna L. Borders to Tim L. and Teresa D. Aulbach, property in Sonora, $575,000.

    James R. White to Sylvester and Erica Cole, 228 College St., Elizabethtown, $1. FMV: $95,000.

    Terry Bryant to T. Carter Homes LLC, property on Canal Place, Elizabethtown, $28,500.

    Ky. Auctioneers Inc., to K&R Builders LLC, lot 35 Chavez Court, Elizabethtown, $27,500.

  • Rider defeats Malito, Hinson

    By MARTY FINLEY

    mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com

    If you want to test a man’s character, place him into a position of power.

    Al Rider expressed that thought after capturing the Democratic nomination for county judge-executive Tuesday night, pledging to pass the test if he captures the county’s top seat.

    “I’m gonna be the same guy you’ve known for 50 or 60 years,” he said.

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  • KSP searching for Guston teen

    The News-Enterprise

    Kentucky State Police at Post 4 in Elizabethtown are looking for information regarding the whereabouts of a Guston teen who was reported missing around 2 a.m. Tuesday.

    Fifteen-year-old Rebecca Jane Short, a white female with blond hair and brown eyes from Meade County, was last seen wearing Mountain Dew pajama pants and a t-shirt, according to police. A scar over Short's left eye was another descriptor police noted.

  • Pitts bests Ashlock in county attorney race

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    After so much walking and quite a lot of talking during the past few years, Democrat Jenny Pitts said she wasn’t shocked to see herself with a 2-to-1 lead over Democratic challenger Larry Ashlock by the time half of the vote was counted Tuesday night.

  • Bill Wiseman faces Ben LaRue in November’s 5th District tilt

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com

    For Hardin County’s District 5 magistrate race in November, a financial services firm owner will face a man retired from inside sales and warehouse management positions.

    Republican Ben LaRue of LaRue Financial Advisors, won his party’s primary Tuesday.

    Bill Wiseman was Democrat’s choice for the district.

    Neither candidate has held public office before. Both are from Elizabethtown.

  • Police search for missing teen

    The News-Enterprise

    GUSTON — Kentucky State Police at Post 4 in Elizabethtown are looking for information regarding the whereabouts of a Guston teen who was reported missing earlier this week.

    Fifteen-year-old Rebecca Jane Short, a Meade County girl with blond hair and brown eyes, was last seen wearing Mountain Dew pajama pants and a T-shirt, police said. A scar over Short's left eye is another descriptor police noted. According to a KSP Post 4 dispatcher, Short went missing about two days ago.

  • May 9 Divorces

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

    James Price, 37, Fort Knox, and Lyndsey Neidigh, 29, Greenville, Ind. Married two years.

    Timothy Joe Hudson Sr., 32, Hodgenville, and Melissa Dawn Mattingly, 32, Hardinsburg. Married four years.

    John Routh, 31, Tucson, and Melissa Herrin, 30, Elizabethtown. Married five years.

    Timothy Ramon Buckler, 46, Lebanon, and Gwendoline Elaine Sweatt, 39, Radcliff. Married 20 years.

  • EIS board:No salary raises for teachers

     By KELLY R. CANTRALL

    kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com

    City school staff will not receive an improvement in their salary schedule because of unknown budget cuts that could be ahead for the district.

    Elizabethtown Independent Schools approved a measure on Monday against raising staff salaries, but there will be step increases based on experience.

    Superintendent Gary French said the decision is a product of the economic times. The district is committed to keeping staff and programs, and makes decisions with that goal in mind, he said.