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Today's News

  • Police seek suspect in ’87 murder

    The News-Enterprise Elizabethtown police are seeking the help of the public to help find the person who killed a local woman as well as two women in Indiana during a 25-month stretch. Vicki Heath, 38, of Hardin County was found dead behind trash bin at Super 8 Motel on Feb. 21, 1987. She worked the late shift as a desk clerk. Heath had been sodomized and shot twice in the head with a

  • April 2, 2010: Our readers write

    Thank you for healthy air The Hardin County Tobacco-Free Coalition would like to recognize the residents of Radcliff and welcome you to the growing number of cities, and counties across Kentucky and the United States who made the healthy choice to become smoke-free. As Elizabethtown and Hardin County proceed into their fourth year as smoke-free communities, we commend your c

  • Police: Soldier, girlfriend stockpiled child porn

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    A soldier assigned to the Army’s Recruiting Command at Fort Knox was jailed with his girlfriend Wednesday after allegedly being caught with 2,371 pornographic images depicting children on a personal computer.

    Elizabethtown police are investigating Vincent Michael Irvin, 36, and his girlfriend, Clara Lapasion Rickman, for obtaining images sometime on Jan. 8 while at their Glenview Drive apartment.

  • Methadone found at jail

    The News-Enterprise

    Deputy jailers claim a Lexington man serving weekends at the Hardin County Detention Center was caught March 19 smuggling enough methadone for eight addicted inmates doing weekend time.

    According to Hardin County Detention Center Deputy Ricky Routt’s criminal citation against Michael David Campbell, he tried to pass a booking officer with 17 methadone pills and $25 stashed in his boxer shorts’ waistband.

  • Photo: Volunteers honored
  • Holy Week: From solemnity to rejoicing

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com

    Because Easter is about more than chocolate bunnies, churches across the area this week are observing Holy Week in a variety of ways — from musical productions to solemn prayer to, yes, egg hunts.

    Events are planned today through Sunday to follow the story of what Christians believe to be Jesus’ Last Supper, Crucifixion and Resurrection,

    These were days that changed the world, said Dean Sears, parish administrator for St. Christopher Catholic Church in Radcliff.

  • Pantherpalooza

    By KELLY R. CANTRALL kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com After being inspired by artistic equine designs, Kristin Willett challenged her students to create equally artistic feline designs. Willett, an art teacher at Morningside Elementary School, created a “Pantherpalooza” competition among home rooms. Students were to reinterpret a famous work of art on a panther cut-out.

  • 'Let my people go'ee see 'The Ten Commandments' at the State Theater.

    The News-Enterprise

    Considered one of the biggest films of all time in scope and box office receipts, “The Ten Commandments” (1956) will find its way back to the big screen once again this weekend.

    The Historic State Theater will present “The Ten Commandments” 8 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday.

    The film is the winner of one Academy Award with six additional nominations and is more than three and a half hours long.

  • Radcliff on the cusp of smokeout

    Smoking Timeline: December 2006- Elizabethtown goes smoke-free April 2007- Hardin County smoking ban goes into effect July 2007- Radcliff City Council strikes down original smoke-free movement, 4-2 May 2009- Second push for a smoking ordinance in Radcliff ramps up. Smoke-free Radcliff launches surveys and public forums later in the year. December 2009- Radcliff City Coun

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