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Today's News

  • Photo: Journal of a professional fencer
  • Pepsi machine on South Maple shot three times

    A man walking a dog fired three shots at a Pepsi machine Monday night outside The News-Enterprise on South Maple Street.

    According to an Elizabethtown Police Department news release, a newspaper employee told police the man fired the gun after the machine, located next to the building’s loading dock, failed to dispense a soda.

    Police responded at 11:47 p.m., but the man left on foot headed in an unknown direction, according to the release.

    The investigation is ongoing, police said.

  • BOYS' PREP GOLF: Elizabethtown's Jury only area player to make cut at State (10/05)

    The Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA Boys’ State Golf Championship began with such promise.

    Elizabethtown freshman Kyle Jury, who teed off in the first group of the day on the first hole, settled down after a shaky front nine to fire a 6-over-par 78 on Tuesday at Bowling Green Country Club.

    “This year I was not as nervous as I was last year,” said Jury, who was making in his second consecutive appearance at State. “I still had some butterflies in my stomach.”

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: Central falls to Apollo, John Hardin knocks off Taylor (10/05)

    The 13th-ranked Owensboro Apollo E-Gals avenged a loss last week to Central Hardin with a 25-13, 25-22 road win Tuesday night against the No. 14 Lady Bruins.

    Central Hardin fell to 26-5, while Apollo moved to 20-11. Central Hardin beat Apollo, 25-22, 27-25 on Saturday in the Jefferson County Invitational Tournament at the Ohio Valley Volleyball Center in Louisville.

    No statistics were available.

    UP NEXT: Central Hardin hosts No. 15 Lexington Tates Creek at 11 a.m. and Owensboro Catholic at 1:30 p.m. in a tri-match Saturday.

  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: John Hardin rolls by Grayson (10/05)

    Senior Russ Mott notched a hat trick to lead the host John Hardin Bulldogs to a 6-0 win over Grayson County on Tuesday.

    Senior Chris Wilk chipped in with a goal and three assists, while junior Alex Higdon had a goal and two assists. Senior Colt Trimble also scored for the Bulldogs (12-7-1), who won for the third time in four games.

    Senior keeper Dylan Smith didn’t have to make a save as John Hardin outshot Grayson County, 34-0.

    UP NEXT: John Hardin hosts Bourbon County at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: North hopes to fix things against Iroquois (10/05)

    Crad Jaggers had one of the longest, most disappointing weekends of his life.

    After Friday’s 33-13 loss to Class 5-A, District 3 rival Jeffersontown, the North Hardin football coach was bummed out.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Lady Panthers roll by LaRue (10/05)

    Elizabethtown volleyball coach Tim Hinkle was relaxed throughout the Lady Panthers’ senior night.

    Even with his daughter, Rebecca, competing in her second to last home match, he stayed composed.

  • Radcliff gains full access to legal alcohol

    Radcliff joined Elizabethtown and Vine Grove in welcoming expanded alcohol sales Tuesday, making it the only city in Hardin County to obtain full wet status.

    The measure to expand alcohol sales in the county’s second-largest city passed with roughly 60.5 percent of the vote as 1,567 people voted to expand alcohol sales while 1,025 voted against expanded availability. All Radcliff precincts voted in favor of expanded alcohol sales, according to the Hardin County Clerk’s Office.

  • Voter turnout underwhelms

    Though three cities voted in favor of expanded alcohol sales in Tuesday’s special election, Hardin County Clerk Kenny Tabb said voter turnout was low compared to previous wet-dry elections.

    In the past, wet-dry elections have drawn at least a 50 percent voter turnout, Tabb said, but Tuesday’s numbers were “really down” from wet-dry votes of the past.

    According to the county clerk’s cumulative report, 5,072 votes were cast in Elizabethtown, which is 28.22 percent of registered voters, he said.

  • Alcohol licenses won’t be issued for at least 90 days

    Even though residents in Elizabethtown, Radcliff and Vine Grove voted Tuesday in favor of expanded alcohol sales, residents won’t be able to reap the benefits of the vote for a minimum of 90 days.

    Steve Humphress, general counsel for the Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, said it will be 60 days after the election is certified before a city becomes wet, during which license quotas will be issued. No business or person will be allowed to apply for a license under the expanded laws before the 60-day period elapses.