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Today's News

  • Arts and Entertainment Calendar

    Thursday
    BEGINNING MOUNTAIN DULCIMER CLASSES,
    7 p.m., Glendale United Methodist Church. Group will do basic simple songs and work together as the class progresses. Music reading not required; those participating will play by numbers. All participants need is a mountain (lap) dulcimer. Those who don’t have a dulcimer yet but are curious are welcome to come. POC: Kevin, 268-7744.

  • No excuse for locking up child services information

    ISSUE: Withholding information about DCBS cases

    OUR VIEW: Saving families comes first

  • New juvenile justice initiative launches

    For some juveniles who have stood eye-to-eye with a judge for past indiscretions, a new program has been created at the local level that will help them repay their debts.
    The Work Restitution Initiative, launched in Hardin County by the BRIDGES Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Council, will match juveniles in the justice system with local employers, creating a means to pay restitution to victims and cover court costs.

  • Cecilia Community News

    Cecilia

    Irene Dodson, 862-3808

  • Snow cools blood donation efforts

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com
    In addition to diminishing road crews’ stockpiles of salt, this winter’s weather is cutting into the region’s blood supply.
    The American Red Cross has announced it has the lowest January inventory in a decade. In the River Valley Region, which includes Hardin County, 399 blood and platelet donations were canceled because of severe weather, the organization says.
    “It is very serious,” said Sharon Thompson, director of the county’s Red Cross chapter.

  • Radcliff Rotary welcomes Emily Saul

    Recent guest speaker at Radcliff Rotary Club was Emily Saul, Branch Development, Big Brothers Big Sisters. Saul heads the local chapter, which covers Hardin and adjoining counties with more than 120 matches currently between “Bigs” and “Littles.” She reminded club members of the annual “Bowl for Kids Sake” fundraiser coming up at the end of March, bringing a friendly challenge from the Elizabethtown Noon Rotary.

  • Garden Club members spruce up Fort Knox

  • 2011 Elizabethtown SHRM board members installed

    The 2011 Elizabethtown SHRM board members were installed at the Jan. 21 meeting by National SHRM’s Field Services Director Shelly Trent. Bottom row from left, Rita Johnson, past president; Sherry Powers, legislative; Kimberly Perry, treasurer; Whitney Taylor, public relations; Beth Cox, webmaster; and Cindy Norfleet, president elect. Top row, Michael Bateman, diversity; Felicia Gossett, membership; Shelly Trent, Tina Desjourdy, secretary; Susan Simmons, best places to work; Jim Skees, workforce readiness; Kris Wood, 2011 president; and Mary Kay Jett, college relations.

  • Photo: High-flying hawk
  • White Mills Community News

    White Mills

    Kathleen Booker, 369-7101

    CHURCH NEWS. Today, Jan. 30, Center Point Baptist Church congregation will hold its 11 a.m. service at Upton Community Center. They still are undergoing remodeling at Center Point Baptist Church near White Mills.

    SCHOOL NEWS. There will be no school Monday for Hardin County students. It is a professional learning day for employees.

    SYMPATHY. Sympathy to the families of Virginia Gibson and Walton Shanks Jr.