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Today's News

  • Traditions are important, at least for this couple

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA  

    Recently I finished up a birthweek celebration for my girlfriend, Rebecca Ricks.

    Yeah, I said birthweek.

    You see, we don’t celebrate our birthdays with just one day of gifts; we start a week early and leave small gifts each day leading up to the birthday. I know, I know: that’s too sickly sweet for some. But, hey, that’s just how we roll.

  • CECILIA DAYS: Local musician draws from diverse musical background

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  • Calling all cars: Citizen on patrol

    POLICE PROGRAMS Three local agencies host a free Citizens Police Academy for people  interested in learning more about law enforcement. To find out more, contact Kentucky State Police, (270) 766-5078; Elizabethtown Police Department, (270) 765-4125 or Radcliff Police Department, (270) 351-4477.   Have you ever witnessed in real life an interesting or fun job and realized you were completely incapable of performing the most modest portions required? Well, you’re not alone.

  • Investigation ongoing in fatal wreck

    By JEFF D’ALESSIO

    jdalessio@thenewsenterprise.com

    Investigation continues into a fatal two-vehicle collision on the U.S. 31W Bypass last week as police await toxicology reports.

    Elizabethtown Police Department spokesman Virgil Willoughby said once the investigation ends, evidence could be presented to a Hardin County Grand Jury for potential charges in the case.

  • Knox park grand opening, Mangione concert Saturday

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com

    Accommodating the Fort Knox realignment has involved more than just extra buildings and roads.

    The expansion has created a need for more places to play, too.

    So Fort Knox on Saturday plans a grand opening and memorialization ceremony at the 8.5-acre Eastman Park. It will include a concert by jazz horn player Chuck Mangione.

  • Thumbing through a listing from our past

    By BEN SHEROAN

    bsheroan@thenewsenterprise.com

     

    Poking through the archives in the newspaper office turned up a discarded reference book that once held a prominent place on my desk.

    Thanks to Internet advances and search engines, today we think nothing of being a few clicks away from an address. It’s simple to acquire door-to-door directions and even glance at a satellite image or roadside view of the property from a handy laptop.

  • CECILIA DAYS: Because they sacrifice

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com Cecilia Days organizers want military families who have moved into their community to know they are welcome and appreciated. Because of that, this year’s Cecilia Days parade is a bit different than those of the past.

  • Pancakes here!

    The News-Enterprise

    The Cecilia Baptist Church Student Ministry will have a pancake breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday at the church, 416 E. Main St., Cecilia. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door or in advance at the church office. The breakfast includes pancakes, eggs and sausage along with milk, juice and coffee to drink. Proceeds go to the church's 2011 student ministry mission trip. To learn more, call (270) 862-4228.

  • Take a trip to Wonderland with Hardin County Playhouse

    'ALICE IN WONDERLAND' CAST LIST   Kimble Bewley — Knave of Hearts Emaleigh Board — Alice Gwen Brink — Fish-Footman/Gardener Carol C

  • Friday Nite Live series returns to Vine Grove

    The News-Enterprise Bring out the lawn chairs and blankets and prepare the coolers for an evening at the park as the Friday Nite Live performance series returns to Vine Grove this summer with a trio of concerts. The series opener is Friday and will be held indoors at the Vine Grove Community Center because of the heat. It features Paul Eve and His Triple Star Tribute.