Today's News

  • Glen Rice and Friends presents holiday concert

    The News-Enterprise

  • Holiday classics abound

    It’s time to dust off those Christmas movies — or flip to a cable channel playing them 24/7 — and get into the holiday spirit.
    Everyone tends to have a favorite this time of year. Here are a few of my suggestions.
    For the kids you can’t beat the classics.
    “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” (1964), “Frosty the Snowman” (1969) and “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town” (1970) can be caught on television this time of year.

  • Rockin' a capella

    The Heart of Kentucky Men’s Chorus will rock in the holidays with a performance of “A Rock ’n’ Roll Christmas” Friday at Severns Valley Baptist Church.
    The chorus was formed in 2003 by barbershop music enthusiasts in Hardin County. The group since has doubled in size numbering at least 30.
    Barbershop harmony is the group’s specialty and it has given 200 performances throughout Central Kentucky, including being featured in the Heartland Festival and other community events.

  • Doline Ard's Crockpot Candy

    Desserts for Warm Blessings

    Last Christmas several individuals, families and organizations prepared homemade desserts for patrons of Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen to enjoy on Christmas Day. Several people have contacted me and asked if we could do this again. So let’s try it!

  • Beech Bend expanding

     Despite delays caused by flooding last May, Beech Bend Park in Bowling Green is completing a multi-million dollar expansion that includes a new amphitheater, three new water park attractions and two new amusement rides that will open when the park begins its 2011 season in May.

  • A concert of kings

    IF YOU GO: Christian artists Mark Schultz, Downhere and Alli Rogers will perform in concert 7 p.m. Tuesday at Severns Valley Baptist Church. Tickets are $15 and are available at Severns Valley Baptist Church, 1100 Ring Road; Word of God Christian Bookstore, 514 W. Poplar Street; at www.wjie.org; and at Lifeway Christian Stores, 2120 S. Hurstbourne Parkway, Louisville.

  • Junell Street hosts album release party

    The News-Enterprise

  • Radcliff men indicted on arson, endangerment charges

    Grand jurors returned 38 felony indictments from cases reviewed in November, including an arson case stemming from a fire at Standard Register and a case against a Radcliff man who’s accused of letting his 3-year-old operate a mo-ped.
    Philip T. Hudson, 21, charged earlier this year with arson for a June 24 fire at Standard Register on South Dixie Boulevard in Radcliff, was among those indicted last week.

  • Paving the way for public input

    ISSUE: Radcliff City Council meetings 
    OUR VIEW: More public input will be positive

  • Deaf Christmas cantata to be performed Saturday

    Actors and actresses performing the Christmas cantata “A Child is Born” on Saturday won't speak a word.

    Scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday at Lincoln Trail Baptist Church east of Elizabethtown, all acting roles will be expressed in American Sign Language.

    Pastor Jeff Harris said Assistant Pastor Tim Miller coordinates a Christmas cantatas every year, but with hearing actors. This year, Harris suggested a “hybrid” performance for deaf and hearing audiences.