Today's News

  • Memory Walk to take place Saturday



    The area chapter for the Alzheimer’s Association hopes to increase its revenue at this year’s Memory Walk.

    The annual Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk is at 9 a.m. Saturday at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown. The memory walk raises money for the Greater Kentucky and Southern Indiana Chapter of the association.

  • Farm Bureau passes resolutions, hands out awards



    The Hardin County Farm Bureau recently adopted a resolution commending county officials for developing a sewage treatment plan for densely populated areas.

    During its annual meeting in Elizabethtown, the organization voiced its opinion on this and other matters — and handed out awards.

    The Farm Bureau had asked the county to work on a sewage treatment plan, President Ray Allan Mackey said. It will help protect water quality, he said.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs ready for Doss (09/22)


    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com

    The John Hardin Bulldogs try to use the same approach for each game, and so far, it’s hard to argue with the results.

    The Bulldogs have gone on the road and won in places like Marion County and Meade County. They completely overwhelmed rival North Hardin and then knocked Nelson County from the ranks of the unbeatens.

  • Sept. 2, 2010: Our readers write

    Pride of place

    We, the neighbors of Helmwood Heights subdivision, would like to thank Mr. Thompson and Mr. Huggins for keeping the grass cut and trimmed at the corner of Clifford and Greenwood, the vacant lot joining the school.

    It sure looked nice this summer.

    With a big thank you from the neighbors.

    Reva Patterson


    Paul at the polls

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER: Central downs John Hardin, 3-1 (09/22)


    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com

    Lorenzo Mengoli and the Central Hardin Bruins have no trouble falling behind. It’s keeping them down that’s been a problem for their 10th District rivals.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Injuries hit Knox (09/21)


    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com

    The injury bug has bitten the Fort Knox Eagles pretty hard in the last few weeks.

    Already without senior wingback Frank Richardson and junior offensive lineman/linebacker Carlos Brown, the Eagles lost two more players to injuries in last Thursday’s win over Kentucky Country Day.

  • Changing the future of Alzheimer’s Disease

    Baby boomers and Gen Xers whose parents or grandparents have been ravaged by Alzheimer’s Disease would surely welcome a cure — a breakthrough that would restore the precious memories and personality traits loved ones have lost and enable them to perform simple, everyday functions such as smiling, speaking and recognizing a family member.

    A cure to one of America’s most feared and costly disease is the ultimate goal of the Alzheimer’s Association.

  • Magistrate candidates tee off on landfill, wet vote



    Talk shifted between lighthearted and introspective Monday night as candidates for two northern Hardin County magisterial districts met at Colvin Community Center to debate issues ranging from fiscal restraint to the possibility of a wet vote in Hardin County.

  • Photo: Cones on a hot day
  • Escapees caught near E'town



    An Elizabethtown man and woman who walked away from Louisville halfway houses in June were captured in Hardin County and charged with escape Thursday.

    Matthew Lee Buckles, 30, and Martel Selig, 25, were caught near Elizabethtown, on east U.S. 62, Thursday by Kentucky State Police.

    Both had fled the Louisville halfway houses where Kentucky Department of Corrections had placed them in May to serve time leading up to parole board hearings.