Today's News

  • Northern Hardin County Democratic Woman's Club highlights recent activities
  • Fitness Fridays offers students variety

    P.E. class is not your typical routine on Fitness Fridays at T.K. Stone Middle School in Elizabethtown.

    Instead of focusing on a single activity, Fitness Fridays consist of a number of different stations, including hurdles, push-ups, basketball, resistance bands and chair dips. Sometimes one of the stations is a fitness program like P90X, which uses DVDs that focus on developing specific parts of the body.

    “They get to choose,” said P.E. teacher Daniel Thorn.

  • Sexual abuse workshop opens path to healing

    The numbers are staggering: 1 of 6 women and 1 of 33 men in the U.S. have experienced an “attempted or completed rape” in their lifetime. About 1 in every 3 women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. On U.S. campuses, 1 in 4 women are sexually assaulted during their college experience. Almost 1 in 5 female high school students report being physically or sexually abused by a dating partner.

  • Hardin County Schools on one-hour delay

    County schools in the Hardin and Meade will operate on a one-hour delay for the district this morning.

    Buses will be running later and the schools will work on a reduced schedule because of the threat of hazardous weather.

  • Commonwealth's attorney responds to judge's order

    Several days after a Hardin Circuit Court judge delivered a written order in which he chided the Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, prosecutor Chris Shaw responded in the form of a letter to The News-Enterprise.

    “In determining whether to try cases a second (or third) time in this county, I take my cues from Hardin County juries as to what cases and laws they find important enough to convict on,” Shaw wrote in a letter dated Feb. 9.

  • Seventy years of marriage and still each other's Valentines

    Sinatra may have said it best as he crooned, “Fairy tales do come true, it can happen to you, if you’re young at heart.”

    Robert and Mary Duggins, who live in Elizabethtown, have been living that fairy tale for their nearly 70 years of marriage.

    It all began with Sunday afternoon rides in his father’s 1941 Ford.

    They went to the same school and on Sunday afternoons, Mary often hung out with her friends in downtown Sonora. A friend of Robert’s would take her for drives and he would tag along in the back seat.

  • Update: Sixth Hardin County church reports burglary

    Six local churches, three in the Eastview, two in Radcliff and one in Stephensburg, were broken into in the last two days, and church officials say the suspects lifted several pieces of electronic equipment, including PA systems, computers and a guitar.

    The Hardin County Sheriff's Office also investigated a break-in at Stephensburg Methodist Church Monday, the most recent of the burglaries. Sound equipment and computers were taken, police say.

  • Submissions due by Feb. 21 for ECTC art contest

    High school students can enter the 2012 Juried Art Contest at the local community college this year.

    The 2012 Juried Art Contest sponsored by the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s “The Heartland Review” is taking submissions.

    The contest will split into two categories, one for students and one for artists in general. Themes for the pieces are inspired by natural elements, and nature, environmentalism, natural materials, the body, urbanism, identity and responses to modernity are possible themes.

  • Berry offers numbers on Radcliff tax dollar concerns

    Hardin County Judge-Executive Harry Berry has responded to concerns from city officials regarding where Radcliff’s tax dollars go once they reach the county.

    Berry sent a letter last week to members of Radcliff City Council, Mayor J.J. Duvall and other city staff outlining where county tax dollars collected from Radcliff are spent. In the letter, he indicates more money is spent for Radcliff services than is taken in from Hardin County’s second-largest city on an annual basis.

  • BOYS' PREP BOWLING: Home, Home On The Lanes (02/14)

    Don’t get him wrong, Josh Proctor loves being a member of John Hardin High School’s inaugural boys’ bowling team.

    He likes the camaraderie of his teammates, being able to meet new people and the dedication it takes to improve.

    Still, the 17-year-old junior thinks if he is going to strike up a career with something he loves, it will more likely be as a musician than as a member of the Professional Bowlers Association.