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Today's News

  • BOYS' ALL-AREA GOLF: Irwin wins Player of the Year honors again (11/24)

    North Hardin senior Anthony Irwin started the season with a bang, and now he’s ending it the same way.

    Irwin won his first two tournaments of the season. He admits he cooled off, but he finished the season strong, placing second at the Boys’ 5th Region Tournament and making the Leachman Buick-GMC-Cadillac/KHSAA Boys’ State Championship for the second consecutive year.

    Following the season, Irwin earned a spot on the 10-member All-State team and was named the Kentucky Golf Coaches’ Association 5th Region Player of the Year.

  • GIRLS' ALL-AREA GOLF: Make it six in a row for Gumm (11/24)

    This is becoming an annual event for North Hardin junior Lydia Gumm.

    Not that she’d have it any other way.

    Gumm was named the Area Player of the Year for the sixth consecutive year on the annual News-Enterprise/Coaches All-Area Girls’ Golf Team. Since The News-Enterprise began doing postseason awards for all sports, no one has won the top honor six times.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs brace for Bowling Green's offense (11/24)

    The John Hardin Bulldogs have caused opposing offenses a lot of headaches this season. Now it’s the other way around for once.

    The Bulldogs are preparing to face one of the most explosive offenses in the state Friday night when they play at Bowling Green in the Class 5-A state semifinals. Game time is set for 8 at El Donaldson Stadium. Bowling Green’s offense has put up mind-boggling statistics this season and no defense has really had an answer for what the Purples do.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club donates to Veterans Tribute

    The speaker for the Nov. 14 Radcliff Woman’s Club meeting was Rik Hawkins who spoke about the Veterans Tribute being built in Elizabethtown. Sheila Enyart presented him with $250 for an engraved brick that would be part of the circular walkway to be built surrounding the tribute. Besides the donation for the brick, individual gifts were given were given to Hawkins as well as to Gary Broadway and Donna Broadway, board members of the Veterans Tribute committee.

  • Feeding America gives Flaherty preschoolers a lesson

  • Zonta members head to district conference in Ohio

    Three members of the Zonta Club of Elizabethtown attended the Zonta International District 5 Conference in Sandusky, Ohio on Lake Huron in October. Members attending were: President Ramona Jeffries, Vice President Ruth Ellen Stanley, and Secretary Lois Pierce. Zonta International District 5 is comprised of 17 Zonta Clubs from Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia with more than 90 Zontians present at the conference.

  • Radcliff Optimist Club proclaims Youth Appreciation Week

    The Optimist Club of Radcliff proclaimed Youth Appreciation Week to be November 7-13. The program began on Nov. 9, with a Youth Recognition Ceremony at Colvin Community Center where 22 students from local schools were chosen by their principals as exemplary students, excelling in either the arts, athletics, academics or community service work.

    On Nov. 12, there was a free skating party at the Hardin County Roller Rink where 238 kids came out to skate making it a record breaking attendance.

  • Stitchers Quilt Guild makes quilt for Churchill Downs fundraiser

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Harness, Brown bring firepower back to offense (11/23)

    The firepower in John Hardin’s offense should be back this week. For how long, that’s anyone’s guess.

    Senior halfbacks Jeremy Harness and Quensie Brown will play Friday night at Bowling Green in the Class 5-A state semifinals at El Donaldson Stadium. Harness and Brown, who are John Hardin’s top rushers, both have been bothered by sprained ankles.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Holtsclaw, Ray bring attitude to John Hardin's defense (11/23)

    If it weren’t for the numbers on John Hardin’s jerseys, it would be hard to tell juniors Wade Holtsclaw and Garrett Ray apart. The duo is not only similar in stature, but how they perform as well.

    Holtsclaw and Ray both bring a fiery attitude that spreads to their teammates. They play with reckless abandon, having no regard for themselves or anyone in their path. Most of all, the duo are two reasons why the Bulldogs have one of the top defenses in the state.