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Today's News

  • The dark side of lighting up

    By MARTY FINLEY

    mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com

    RADCLIFF — Dozens in attendance Tuesday night at the first of two smoke-related forums scheduled at the Colvin Community Center were almost reverential in their response to the handful of medical professionals and health advocates making up the night’s panel, but this reverence didn’t restrain the reactions to the statistics and information provided.

  • Jury duty process adjusted

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN – Beginning Monday, terms for those serving jury duty in Hardin County will lengthen by an additional month as part of an effort to cut judicial costs. Ninth Circuit, Second Division Judge Ken Howard said the 100 or more people called for jury service from now on will serve two months instead of one, with Circuit and District cou

  • Utility truck lights reported stolen

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    ELIZABETHTOWN — Police are turning to the public in hopes of getting tips on recent thefts of utility vehicle emergency lights.

    According to EPD spokesman Virgil Willoughby, detectives have received reports of L.E.D. light-bars and other emergency lighting used on utility vehicles having been stolen from the tops of seven trucks this month.

    On July 19, EPD responded to the Department of Transportation’s garage on East Dixie Avenue after a report of the flashing lights being removed from four trucks there.

  • National Night Out events set

    STAFF REPORT

    HARDIN COUNTY — Two area events in the next few days will highlight the 26th annual National Night Out.

    National Night Out is held to help build better relationships between the public and public servants such as police and fire agencies.

    Knox Hills, the public/private military housing community at Fort Knox, and the Fort Knox Directorate of Emergency Services (DES) are teaming up for a Saturday event from 5 to 8 p.m. at Keyes Park on Fort Knox and is open to the general public.

  • PRO BASEBALL: Former North star Adcock changing MLB affiliations (07/30)

     

  • Abe on the move

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com

    While the celebration of Abraham Lincoln’s bicentennial birthday is winding down, the recent push to develop Abe-related sites could continue through two major initiatives.

  • Miller family to bury recently discovered remains

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    CLARKSON – The family of Edna “Rea” Miller, whose remains were found in April after she disappeared eight years ago, plans a funeral service for the much-adored woman this Saturday.

    Miller was 80 when she disappeared  Sept. 8, 2001, from her Big Clifty home.

    In late April, a hiker searching for mushrooms at the end of Coy Drane Road, in a rough gully near Rough Creek in Grayson County, found the 80-year-old’s remains.

  • Buying that first home

    By MARGIE HARPER

    Buying a first home is a big decision and understanding some of the process can take you over the threshold of thinking about it to actually doing it.

    Why buy, instead of renting, is a typical question. The answer is, a home is an investment. When rent is paid and the check is written the money is gone forever. Other benefits include accumulation of home equity, tax incentives and the pride of owning a home.

  • July 30, 2009: Our readers write

    Kids should learn healthy eating habits

    We need to teach children to make healthier choices when it comes to food. This is an important topic for the entire United States, especially Kentucky. Men’s Fitness magazine just named Louisville one of the top 10 most obese cities. School lunches contain too much fat and children do not get enough physical education during the school year. Obese children become obese adults and that becomes a burden on our national health system.

  • A grant to dance

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