Today's News

  • Did you order a Code Red?

    Code Red is a hip hop/reggae group earning a lot of attention in Louisville and around the country, and a couple of the group’s members have roots at Fort Knox.

  • Charlie Nunn's Frosty Pumpkin Pie

    Charlie Nunn of Hodgenville always has such interesting recipes. I would have thought I would have tasted every variation of pumpkin pie that there could possibly be, but Charlie’s recipe for Frosty Pumpkin Pie is new to me.

  • A Dash of Class: Make healthier choices this holiday season

    Well, they’re here.
    November and December, despite the wonderful family times associated with those two months, also are a time when a lot of Americans put on an average of 15 pounds.
    With obesity being one of America’s top health concerns, it is time to stop putting on that weight, only to find yourself making New Year’s resolutions in January.
    How can we keep from it?
    It can be done, but it takes will power — something I run short of sometimes, especially where desserts are concerned.

  • Hardin County Playhouse wins big


    The Hardin County Playhouse took home five out of six awards at the Kentucky Theater Association competition last weekend in Danville.

    The Kentucky State Theater Festival invites all community theater from around the state to participate.

  • Ra, ra, ooh ra ra, Gaga gag me


    Can anyone tell me what in the world has happened to the musical taste of the young today?
    Why do people today like musicians with poor lyrical standards who cover up their lack of talent by over-the-top stunts and crazy performances? Yes, I am referring to the bad romance herself, Lady Gaga.
    And please, Usher, do you really have a song called “OMG?” What has happened? And a bigger question is why have the youth of today and, even worse, the music industry bought into it.

  • This one might leave you blue



    Unfortunately, “Megamind” can be chalked up to the waste of time category.

    All the blue villain’s dastardly plans couldn’t save this film.

    In fact, of the three kids in the theater when I saw it, none seemed impressed.

  • Glen Rice family and friends wraps concert series Friday

    The News-Enterprise

    Glen Rice and his family and friends will be back at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School for their third and last concert of the year.

    This is the fifth season for the Glen Rice Family and Friends concert series.

    Rice will perform with his family and many old and new friends.

  • Signing history


    Author Ron Elliott of Nelson County will be in Elizabethtown for a book signing at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Hardin County Public Library, 100 Jim Owen Drive.

    His book “From Hilltop to Mountaintop: The Life and Legacy of One Iwo Jima Flag Raiser,” chronicles the life of Kentucky native Franklin Sousley, who was in the famous flag-raising photograph.

    The idea for the book came from a trip several years ago when Elliott was in a military cemetery on a bluff overlooking Omaha Beach.

  • Christmas in November

    “Holiday Inn”

    Runtime: 100 minutes

    Released in 1943

    Black and White

    November 12-13


    “White Christmas”

    Runtime: 120 minutes

    Released in 1954

    November 19-20




    The Historic State Theater gets ready for Christmas this month by offering two classic holiday movies.

  • The Crossroads UPC to have youth rally today

    The Rev. Robbie Knox

    The Crossroads UPC invites the community to a “Don’t be afraid, Stand Up” youth rally at 8 p.m. today. The Rev. Robbie Knox will preach with the Indiana Bible College Praise Team leading the worship.

    All area youth are invited to the rally for a night of spiritual enlightenment. For information call the church office, 351-6060, or Miguel Rivera, 307-5517. The church is located at 182 W. Vine Street in Radcliff. Pastor of The Crossroads is the Rev. A.J. Dummitt.