Today's News

  • April 30, 2010: Obituaries

    Debbie Lynn Hertz Debbie Lynn Hertz, 57, of Radcliff, passed away Tuesday, April 27, 2010, at Norton Hospital in Louisville. Mrs. Hertz was a homemaker and attended Valley View Baptist Church in Vine Grove. She was a member of VFW Post No. 10281. She was preceded in death by her father, Charles J. Beaird; her mother, Barbara A. McMillion; a nephew, Jeremy C. Childers; and a special

  • History museum sheds light on Hardin County Confederates with new exhibit



    The Hardin County History Museum unveiled its newest exhibit Saturday, which deals with Hardin County ties to the Confederacy during the Civil War. A portion of the exhibit will become a permanent part of the museum’s displays.

    The exhibit features a panel of information discussing Hardin County soldiers in the Orphan Brigade, the nickname of the First Kentucky Brigade in the Confederate Army.

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  • History Museum to open Confederacy exhibit

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  • J=E candidates call for open, frugal government



    All three Democratic candidates campaigning for their party’s nomination in Hardin County’s judge-executive race say they will provide open access to the county’s business, improving community relations as a result.

    Local businessmen Al Rider and Perry Malito are on the ballot with Tim Hinson, a Sonora resident and former health inspector. The top vote-getter on May 18 will face two-term Republican incumbent Harry Berry in the November general election.

  • Tutor service sets out to help military families

    By KELLY R. CANTRALL kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com Late nights of frustrating attempts to finish homework or study for a test can become a thing of the past for the military community. Tutor.com opened special services to the Department of Defense in January and demonstrated its services Tuesday at Fort Knox, Tutor.com provides free, live, individual tutoring services t

  • May 2, 2010: Our readers write

    Wear a helmet

    Sunny skies and warm days bring adult and child alike out to play. Let’s make this a safe year by putting on helmets when we bike, skateboard and drive scooters or ATV’s.

    Children need to have helmets even when they are on tricycles. Children will not resist wearing helmets if adults set a good example by wearing helmets themselves.

    Most serious and fatal head injuries could be prevented if parents would just spend $15 to $20 for a helmet.

  • District 1 candidates ready to lead



    Democrats vying for the 1st District magisterial seat are a mix of political newcomers and seasoned veterans. They all feel their experience would translate well to Hardin Fiscal Court.

    Jerry Brown, a Radcliff city councilman and small business owner, said his 10 years of service in the city have prepared him well for the magistrate’s seat because he has had to deal with budgets and weigh the needs of residents

  • May 2 South Hardin news


    South Hardin Daphne Turpin, 872-3223 Next Sunday is Mother’s Day, so I hope everyone has their shopping done. It’s time to make plans to spend time with those moms that mean so much. My mom’s birthday is Monday so she gets double time this week.

  • Motel caning spurs murder charge



    The cane beating that left an elderly motel resident gravely injured has resulted in his death and the woman accused of assailing him now is charged with murder.

    Police in Elizabethtown responded to E’town Motel at 616 E. Dixie Ave. around 7 p.m. April 7 after receiving word that a man later identified as James Carson, 65, was in a pool of blood in front of room 324.