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Today's News

  • PREP SOFTBALL-BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Lady Bruins hit three homers in win (05/12)

    Eighth-grader Kelsey McGuffin homered in the third inning Wednesday before sophomore Baylee Sullivan and senior Kristina Krupinski hit back-to-back homers in the fifth as the 12th-ranked Central Hardin Lady Bruins held off homestanding Glasgow, 7-6.

    Senior Ashley Hughes went 2-for-5 with one stolen base and one run scored, while Krupinski and McGuffin also singled.

  • PREP BASEBALL: E'town pounds North, 15-3 (05/12)

    Coming off a one-hit shutout loss to 10th-ranked Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park two days earlier, Elizabethtown coach Don Pitts was worried how his team would respond Wednesday evening against 17th District rival North Hardin.

    Just fine, thank you very much.

    The Panthers pounded out 17 hits, including four for extra bases, en route to a 15-3 win in five innings at Panther Baseball Park.

  • PREP TRACK & FIELD: Holloway hitting her stride again (05/12)

    After missing a month because of an injury, Halie Holloway is finally starting to hit her stride again.

    A groin injury suffered at the Heart of the Bluegrass on April 16 nearly derailed Holloway’s season. But the John Hardin senior has returned to the track with a vengeance and with the goal of defending her Class 3-A state championship in the triple jump.

  • Fort Knox soldier killed in Afghanistan


    The Fort Knox Public Affairs Office reports a Fort Knox soldier died Tuesday of wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his unit using an improvised explosive device in Khowst Provice, Afghanistan.

    First Lt. Demetrius M. Frison, 26, of Lancaster, Pa., was an infantry officer assigned to Company A, 1st Battalion, 26th Infrantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Divsion, Task Force Duke.

    Frison began his military service in April 2009 and arrived at Fort Knox in October. It was his first deployment.

  • Motorcycle safety is everyone’s business

    By PAUL CIBOLSKI
    For The News-Enterprise

    Spring has arrived. After a long winter and with the presence of warm and pleasant weather comes the motorcycle riding season.

    The motorcycle population in Kentucky has increased by 311 percent in the past 12 years. In the past year alone, registrations increased by 2,000.

    In 1998 prior to the helmet laws change, there were 36,000 registered bikes. Today that has grown to 112,084.

    In Hardin County, in the past 10 years motorcycle registrations increased from 1,500 to 3,349 in 2010.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Central cruises past John Hardin (5/12)

    After a disappointing loss Tuesday night, the Central Hardin Bruins didn’t let it bother them for long.

    Playing less than 24 hours after a 9-7 loss to 10th-ranked Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park, when Central Hardin let a two-run lead in the final inning slip away, the fourth-ranked Bruins jumped out front early and never looked back on their way to a six-inning 14-3 pounding of the homestanding John Hardin Bulldogs in a 17th District game Wednesday evening.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Big first inning sends North Hardin by John Hardin (05/11)

    Andrea Whelan has never lacked confidence on the softball field and although later than she would have liked, Brittanie Mahanna and the rest of the North Hardin Trojans appear to be playing with that same flair and aggression.

    Mahanna was one of several Trojans with multiple hits and North Hardin used a disastrous first half-inning from John Hardin defensively as it cruised to a 4-0 win Wednesday against the homestanding Lady Bulldogs.

  • Long, lonesome highway ... for a turtle
  • Martin inducted into Hardin County AM Rotary

    David Martin, center, was inducted into membership of the Hardin County AM Rotary on May 6. He is pictured with his sponsor, Bob Wade, on the left and club President Jim Sullivan on the right.

  • RPD officer charged with Internet crimes

    A 15-year veteran of the Radcliff Police Department resigned Tuesday after he was suspended without pay following his arrest on five counts of computer solicitation of a minor.

    Lt. David Eugene Williams, 37, was arrested at the police station on Freedoms Way in Radcliff at 10 p.m. Monday. An undercover operation that started in September with police in Brevard County in Florida ended with his arrest.