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Today's News

  • YOUTH BASKETBALL: Area trio headed to AAU nationals (6/28)

    By GREG CREWS gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com Most basketball players go their whole career without getting the opportunity three Elizabethtown youths will have today. Soon-to-be T.K.

  • Diapering dilemma

    The News-Enterprise

    A new study sponsored by Huggies reveals one-third of American mothers and one in five Canadian mothers struggle to provide diapers for their babies. The study was conducted among mothers with babies in diapers ages 0 to 4 years old.

    The issue has been largely unrecognized until now but is serious in its ramifications, according to Dr. Cybele Raver, a New York University professor and lead researcher in this study.

  • Ohio River swimmer stops in E'town

     

    For more information about the Central Asia Institute, visit www.ikat.org. Or go to www.womenacrosstheworld.com, which is documenting Mimi Hughes’ Ohio River journey.  

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com

     

  • June 29, 2010: Obituaries

    Phyllis Ann Kampe Atteberry

    Phyllis Ann Kampe Atteberry, 63, of Bonnieville, died Sunday, June 27, 2010.

    Survivors include her mother, Mary Hambright Kampe; her husband, Willard Atteberry; and two sons, Willard Thomas Atteberry Jr. and Timothy Lee Atteberry.

    The funeral is at 11 a.m. CDT Thursday at Brooks Funeral Home in Munfordville with burial in Weldon Cemetery in Bonnieville.

  • Grand jury reports May primary fraud free

    The News-Enterprise

    HARDIN COUNTY —  A Hardin County grand jury reported to Circuit Judge Ken Howard Tuesday morning its finding that May's primary elections were free from fraud and corruption.

    Review of election proceedings by grand juries is common practice practice throughout Kentucky counties. Part of the review consists of a report to grand jurors by Board of Election officials.

  • OPINION: World Cup fever is gone after U.S. loss (6/28)

    I have to admit I caught the World Cup fever. I caught myself watching matches even when the United States wasn’t playing, but my interest was piqued because of how well our country was playing. I’m not what you would call an avid soccer fan. I played soccer – indoor and out – for a few years when I was much younger. I enjoy watching high school matches.

  • OPINION NOTEBOOK: Actually, Sireno was Meade's first non-pitcher Player of the Year (06/29)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN

    nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com

    Random notes and thoughts on area sports typed in while looking for oil-resistant swim trunks prior to my annual excursion to the Gulf Coast next month:

    In hindsight, I should have checked the non-existent record book.

    Back in 1997, lanky pitcher Carissa McCoy led the Meade County Lady Waves to a fourth-place finish in the softball state tournament. For her efforts, she was named Area Sophomore of the Year as well as Area Player of the Year on the annual All-Area Softball Team.

  • Pellmans celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

    Wesley and Jewell Monin Pellman celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 18, 2010.

    They were married on June 18, 1960.

    They have one son, Kenny Pellman.

     

  • Former Wildcat shooter to admit guilt

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    Former University of Kentucky basketball player Derrick G. Millar is set to enter a guilty plea in Elizabethtown’s 9th Circuit Court today in response to felony theft charges brought against him last year.

    The charges, brought against Millar by Elizabethtown police in September, allege the 1986-90 record-setting shooter sold tickets to Wildcat fans, but never delivered them, causing fans in Hardin County to lose more than $1,000.

  • Retired Army officer indicted on felony charge

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    A retired U.S. Army officer charged with vandalizing a Cherry Wood Drive resident’s pickup was indicted Tuesday morning by a Hardin County grand jury on one felony count of first-degree criminal mischief.