Today's News

  • Photo: November graze
  • LaRue gets new library director

    Landmark News Service

    The new LaRue County Library Director is no stranger to the community.

    Dana Jolly, who drove the bookmobile for nine years, is overseeing day-to-day operations and leading a staff of seven. Jolly was appointed interim director in September after the resignation of Niki Carter. She assumed her new title Nov. 1.

    One of her first duties was to hire and train a new bookmobile driver. Virginia Napier has taken over the route, delivering books and library programs to preschools, daycares and homes across the county.

  • Radcliff CLP Class donates turkeys

    Radcliff CLP Class of 99, “Radcliff Matters,” presents a turkey to three organizations in the community to show support during the holiday season. From left, President Karen McCord, Jerry Brown and Jeannette Stephens; second row, the turkey was presented to Dean Sears of St. Christopher Church, Antoine Smith of The Sign of the Dove Church and not pictured is David Dozer of North Hardin HOPE.

  • Elizabethtown Rotary Student Guests from JHHS

    Megan Kist and Andrew Shugan of John Hardin High School were student guests of the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on Nov. 16.

  • Foster review board seeks members

    The state is in search of volunteers needed to review foster care in Hardin County.
    The Kentucky General Assembly created the Citizen Foster Care Review Board, or CFCRB, in 1982 as a way to decrease the time Kentucky children spend in foster care.
    The role of the board, which operates within a division of the Administrative Office of the Courts, is to work with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services and local courts to find safe, permanent homes for children removed from their families because of abuse, dependency and neglect.

  • Members of chambers to vote on unification


    Members of the Heartland Chambers Alliance plan to take a pivotal step forward next month in the process of creating a unified Hardin County chamber of Commerce.

    All four chambers represented in the alliance — Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Vine Grove and West Point — will hold separate votes in December to determine if most members support a move toward unification.

  • BOYS' PREP GOLF: 2010 All-Area Team (11/22)

    North Hardin junior Anthony Irwin blossomed this season into the player many thought he could be.

    Irwin, who didn’t play last season, won the 5th Region Tournament in September with a 2-under-par 71 at Lincoln Trail Country Club. It was a memorable day for Irwin, who had a hole-in-one on the par-3, 188-yard second hole to spark his round.

    Irwin’s accomplishments earned him Area Player of the Year honors in the annual News-Enterprise/Coaches All-Area Boys’ Golf Team. It was something which caught him off guard.

  • GIRLS' PREP GOLF: 2010 All-Area Team (11/22)

    The Area Player of the Year award might need to be changed to Lydia Gumm Player of the Year.

    Gumm, the North Hardin sophomore, was named the Player of the Year for a fifth consecutive year in 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 five times.

    “It’s a huge honor,” Gumm said. “It was a really fun year. It was a memorable year.”

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  • State police in search of non-compliant sex offender


    Last week, law enforcement agencies from Hardin County released the names of 15 fugitives sought by city, county and state police agencies for a wide-range of alleged crimes, including one Kentucky sex offender registrant whose whereabouts have been unknown for a year.

    Together, the group constitutes the final 2010 installment of Hardin County’s Most Wanted.