Today's News

  • Aug. 29 Cecilia news


  • Vine Grove Woman’s Club welcomes back Potts


    The Vine Grove Woman’s Club welcomed back Sallie Potts after a six-month recuperation from a car accident. She was hit by a drunk driver and suffered multiple injuries. She stepped down after serving the Club for 10 years as president, but will continue as program chair.

    New officers for 2010-11 are: President Donna Betson, Vice President Betty Rose Jones, Treasurer Marty Greenlee, Corresponding Secretary Donna Broadway and Ways and Means Barb Lewis.

  • Hawkins speaks on “Need of the American Railroad” at ATHS meeting


    At the August meeting of Ancestral Trails Historical Society, Charles Hawkins spoke on “The Need of the American Railroad,” pointing out how the railroad helped America, especially during war times. He also discussed how the railroad has changed to accommodate more recent times.

    The next meeting of ATHS will be Sept. 3 when John Lay will speak on “The Hamilton House” which was located on the Rolling Fork River and was used by the army during the Civil War.


  • Vine Grove Town Hall meeting has special singer

    The Ladies of Liberty performed at the Vine Grove Community Center for the Vine Grove Town Hall Meeting on Aug. 12. Bobby Sheroan tried to help them sing.


  • PREP FOOTBALL: Central hangs on against E'town, 28-26 (09/04)

    By GREG CREWS gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com They are called extra points, but for Central Hardin, they were some of the most important points of the game Friday. The Elizabethtown Panthers found the end zone just as many times as the Bruins, but without their senior kicker, the Panthers missed a point-after try and two conversion tries, while Central Hardin went 4-for-4 on

  • Wolverines Charity game raises money

    The Kentucky Wolverines Charity Classic IV, played at LaRue County High School, raised $2,500 for Feeding America’s BackPack Program. Accepting the donation from Wolverines co-owners, Charlie Hopkins No. 51 and Kendrick Johnson No. 10 are Milissa French, Programs coordinator with Feeding America, Faith Miller and Stephanie Wood with LaRue County Community Action, the sponsoring agency for LaRue County’s BackPack Program.


  • Actus Community Fund donates to Make-A-Wish Foundation

    Knox Hills Project Director Matt Wilbourn recently presented a $5,000 donation to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Greater Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, Kentucky Region. The money was donated through the Actus Community Fund from Actus Lend Lease, the private partner of the US Army under the Military Privatized Housing Initiative (MPHI). Knox Hills is the privatized housing community at Fort Knox.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: John Hardin, LaRue notch wins (09/03)

    The News-Enterprise Senior Aunna Howard had 14 kills and one ace to lead the visiting John Hardin Lady Bulldogs to a 23-25, 25-22, 25-17 win over 17th District rival Fort Knox on Thursday. Junior setter Taylor Cecil chipped in with six aces and four kills, while senior middle hitter Allison Anderson had five kills, three blocks, two aces and one assist. Sophomore middle hi

  • Local hero: Bus driver found toddler wandering on Blackjack Road



    Early Friday morning, as Hardin County Schools bus No. 159 followed its normal pick-up route, driver LuAnn Merideth saw something she couldn’t believe.

    “Is that a baby?” she thought, stopping the bus.

    A child, who appeared to be about 15 months old, had wandered into Blackjack Road in Radcliff at about 8 a.m.

  • Student bodies expand



    Area school systems are enrolling new students almost daily, but officials say so far they’ve been able to handle the population boom.

    Hardin County Schools, Elizabethtown Independent Schools and Fort Knox Community Schools all have seen a large influx of students for the past few years, thanks in part to the BRAC transition at Fort Knox.