Today's News

  • Elizabethtown Tourism Commission donates to Heartland Festival

    Chris Flanagan, chairman of the Elizabethtown Tourism Commission, presents the Elizabethtown-Hardin County Chamber Chairman Ronnie Pence with a check for $2,000. The funds were used to assist in promoting the 2009 Heartland Festival.

  • Jan. 3 Cecilia news


  • Faces and Places: Ready, set, snow
  • Key wins decorating contest

    Barbara Key was the winner of the Glendale Decorating Contest. She was presented $100 in “Glendale Bucks” by George Dawson, chairman of the decorating contest project. The contest was sponsored by the Glendale Merchants Association.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: LaRue County's Brown playing beyond her years



    HODGENVILLE — At 5-foot-10, Ivy Brown doesn’t look much like an eighth-grader.

    She doesn’t play like one either.

  • PREP SPORTS: Weather causes havoc with area schedule (01/08)

    The News-Enterprise

    The Central Hardin and Elizabethtown High School girls’ basketball teams will play each other again this season.

    Just when that will be is still to be decided.

    The teams were scheduled to meet at 7:30 Thursday night at Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium, but that was before snow blanketed the area and cancelled or postponed several contests.

  • Mu Chapter honors deceased member at meeting

    “I am firm in my belief that a teacher lives on and on through his students. Good teaching is forever and the teacher is immortal.”

    This quote from Jesse Stuart was the theme of a ceremony of remembrance for Frances Gibson, deceased 49-year member of Mu Chapter, as society sisters gathered for a recent meeting. The ceremony was planned and conducted by Beth Nickell.

    Pascal Bailey, first vice-president, presided in the absence of Nora Sweat. Shelia Wilkerson emphasized optimism and urged members to become encouragers.

  • Ruehling: The tight grip of depression

    As the long, wintry days continue, the cold conditions make it sometimes unbearable to venture outside or to go about our normal routines. It makes most of us want to curl up inside and wait for the first signs of spring.

    During the winter season, it’s normal to get the “blues” and to feel as if the weight of the world is closing in all around. Part of the “blues” stem from a lack of routine or exercise, little or not enough light, and less interaction with others.

  • Johnson-Disselkamp


    David and Barbara Johnson of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Erin Michelle, to Daniel James Disselkamp, son of Leo and Doris Disselkamp of Cecilia.

    The bride-to-be is a 2005 graduate of Elizabethtown High School. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in dental hygiene from Western Kentucky University in May 2009 and is employed as a dental hygienist at Generations Family Dentistry in Radcliff.

  • Clem celebrates 90th birthday


    Emma Wiseman Clem will celebrate her 90th birthday from 1 to 3 p.m., Dec. 19, 2009, at Pritchard Community Center with a party hosted by her children.

    She was born Dec. 25, 1919, in Estill County and was married to the late Cecil Clem.

    She has three children, David Clem, Wayne Clem and Dorothy Fox.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

    No gifts, please.