Today's News

  • Aug. 10 Local History


  • Radcliff native assigned to Marshall County


    Radcliff native James Martin has been assigned to Kentucky State Police patrol in Marshall County.

    The 23-year-old Martin is a 2005 graduate of North Hardin High School and a 2009 graduate of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. 

  • Brushy Fork's first effort attracts D.C. hopefuls

    The festivities Friday started slowly but the inaugural Brushy Fork Debates found its pace and perhaps a permanent place in the local and state political seasons.

    Vine Grove Mayor Donovan Smith proposed the creation of a rollicking event styled after the famous Fancy Farm stump speeches that have been central to Kentucky’s political season for generations. That event grew up around the annual St. Jerome Picnic and Vine Grove’s gathering was tied to the popular Autumn Daze celebration.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: North Hardin Christian and Meade pick up wins (09/28)


    The News-Enterprise

    Junior middle hitter Olivia Smith had 14 kills and 15 digs to lead the North Hardin Christian Lady Falcons to 24-26, 25-12, 25-10 win over Glasgow Christian on Monday.

    Sophomore Missy Schneider chipped in with 11 kills, five digs and three aces, while junior middle hitter Lacey Lundy added eight kills and eight digs.

    Senior libero Haley Daniels had 14 assists, 12 digs, four kills and two aces.

    UP NEXT: North Hardin Christian plays at Hillview MICAH at 7 p.m. Thursday.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: North Hardin hopes to bounce back against Meade (09/28)


  • Sept. 20, 2010: Obituaries

    Laura Jane McClure Hudson

    Laura Jane McClure Hudson, 89, of Elizabethtown, passed away Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010, at Woodland Terrace Health Care Facility.

    A native of Grayson County, she was retired from civil service and was a lifetime member of the American Motorcycle Association.

  • Aug. 18 Local History

    30 years ago, the Hardin County School System sliced $59,000 more from its budget in a special meeting; the budget cuts were necessary because of cuts in the Kentucky Department of Education.

  • Sept. 20, 2010: Our readers write

    Kudos to E’townfor Andre’

    Andre’ Crutcher could not have written this letter. Oh, he is bright and talented, but he is young, only 18. He does not have the perspective that age and experience bring. Besides, right now he is totally immersed in the environment of Harvard University’s campus life, learning and activities.

  • Legaspi will not appear on ballot in E'town council race

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Dan Legaspi will not appear on the ballot this November in the Elizabethtown City Council race, Hardin County Clerk Kenny Tabb said Monday.

    Legaspi dropped out before the ballots were printed, lowering the number of candidates to 19.

    Tabb said his office is taking requests for paper absentee ballots.

    In-house absentee voting will start Oct. 11 at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office for voters who will be out of town on the Nov. 2 election day, Tabb said.


  • Sept. 22, 2010, editorial: Taking preparation for 'grant'ed

    It’s hard to think about what the approaching winter months may bring when the temperature outdoors remains unseasonably hot. In fact, some of us actually may be longing for the bite of a freezing February morning as we sweat out this week’s record-breaking 90-degree days. But as we look forward to turning off the air conditioning and opening our windows to more seasonably brisk autumn breezes, officials in both Hardin County and Elizabethtown governments are pursuing money to better prepare for response to the potential of another crippling ice storm or similar disaster.