Today's News

  • Holmes meets with Ebony Jones

    Radcliff Councilman Stan Holmes with hometown Reality TV Star and graduate of North Hardin High School Ebony Jones from the show “I Want to Work for P. Diddy.” The season’s last episode will air at 10 p.m. today on VH1. Also, in the picture, Tameka Williams and Candidate for District 1 for  Hardin County Magistrate Curtis Brunson. Jones was in town for the holidays.

  • Scouts Earn Historical Trails Medal

    Eagle Scout Matthew Sedlak (left) and Life Scout Caleb Sedlak (right), members of Troop 829 in Elizabethtown, earned the Carlisle Historical Trail Medal during a trip to Carlisle, Pa., earlier this summer.

    The eight mile trail covers historical points of interest from the Revolutionary War, the Carlisle Army Barracks, and the Confederate occupation of the old town. They have previously earned the Valley Forge Historical Trail Medal.

  • Stitchers Quilt Guild donates quilts to Warrior Transition Unit

    Stitchers Quilt Guild President Brenda Edwards, Warrior Transition BN Family Readiness Support Assistant Tonja Hillard and Stitcher member Becky Schoeder.

    Stitcher members twice a year donate patriotic quilts to the Warrior Transition Unit on Fort Knox to be handed out to soldiers in need of comfort. For Christmas this year 22 quilts were accepted on behalf of the Unit by Tonja Hillard.


  • Alpha Phi Alpha chooses Brother of the Year

    1 Carl Millsap, left, was chosen as the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Chapter Brother of the Year. He was chosen by his peers for his hard work and dedication in the Chapter.

    2 Members of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. celebrate 103 years since the fraternity was started.


  • Hornbacks celebrate 60th anniversary


        John and Iva Hornback will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a celebration from 2 to 5 p.m. Dec. 12, 2009, at Colvin Community Center in Radcliff. They were married Christmas Eve 1949. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. The couple requests no gifts.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Meade wins two, LaRue falls twice (01/17)

    The News-Enterprise The Meade County Lady Waves went 2-0 over the weekend, beating North Bullitt, 79-34 on Saturday and 11th District rival Cloverport Frederick Fraize, 80-17 on Friday. n Senior guard Caroline Wilson scored 18 points and had five rebounds, five steals and four assists as the Lady Waves (8-7 overall) rolled past North Bullitt in the Bullitt County Challenge.

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  • Hardin County GOP donates to Toys for Tots

    Toys were donated to the local Marine Corps Toys for Tots campaign by members of the Hardin County GOP Woman’s Club, Hardin County Republican Executive Committee, Hardin County GOP Senior Woman’s Club and others who attended the annual Hardin County GOP Christmas Party on Dec. 10 at the State Theater in Elizabethtown. Hardin County GOP Chairman Bill Betson is pictured delivering the toys to Cpl. Brian Crossan (in blues) with his fellow Marines who work at the Toys for Tots delivery station.


  • COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: Deaderick invited to NFL Combine (01/16)

    The News-Enterprise

    According to Sporting News, senior defensive end Brandon Deaderick is 1-of-8 Alabama platers who have been invited to the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, which runs from Feb. 24-March 2.

    Deaderick, a former Elizabethtown High School star, received an invitation to work out in front of NFL coaches and scouts at the combine.

    WOMEN’S COLLEGE SWIMMING. Former Central Hardin High School standout Ashley Lewis got Western Kentucky off to a strong start Saturday in a 120-107 home win over Evansville.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: Nichols, Squires lead Central Hardin by Fort Knox (01/17)