Today's News

  • Thank you from NHYFL

    On behalf of the North Hardin Youth Football League, Inc., I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Board for its contribution to the success of our 2010 football season. They are: Conrad Garcia, vice president-16th year; Kim Shepherd, secretary/treasurer-fourth year plus three years as Flag and Tackle commissioner; Rhonda Smith, North Hardin Youth Cheerleader president/coach-11th year, and her coaches and cheerleaders. Also, to Dough Triplett, Fort Knox Youth Sports and Fitness.

  • Christmas in the Park begins its 20th year

    When vehicles begin to flow into Freeman Lake Park Wednesday night, one of Hardin County’s longest holiday traditions will celebrate its 20th anniversary.

    Christmas in the Park has come a long way since 1991.

    Pat Durbin, Elizabethtown's mayor at the time, saw a holiday display in Ashland while attending her son Derek’s basketball tournament with Elizabethtown High School.

    A few years later, Christmas in the Park kicked off with a modest showcase of fewer than 25 displays.

  • Cardin is guest speaker at AM Rotary meeting

    From left, Dr. Allison Cardin and club President Christy Childers.

  • Nov. 21, 2010 Editorial: Community owes Don Williams

    ISSUE: Governor's military adviser steps down
    OUR VIEW: Retired Col. Don Williams is a visionary

    The Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs’s activities and involvement has been well documented over the last couple of years. We all know that the commission led the state’s successful effort during the 2005 BRAC when every major state military installation not only survived, but actually gained missions.

  • DUI conference postponed for county constable

    This week’s pretrial conference in a drunken driving case against recently re-elected Hardin County Constable Randy Morris was postponed to December.
    The constable for Hardin County’s 4th District was charged  in September with driving under the influence, after an Elizabethtown police officer stopped him on Pine Valley Drive.
    EPD Officer James Richardson noted in a citation that Morris, 74, was driving 17 mph when he went into a grassy shoulder around midnight.

  • Vine Grove approves repairs to backup water source

    mfinley@ thenewsenterprise.com
    Vine Grove has found itself without a backup water source after unforeseen internal damage within its water tower delayed renovations and left it drained of water.
    But Vine Grove City Council voted unanimously this week to approve a bid from Louisville-based Caldwell Tanks to make the repairs at a cost of $134,500.
    City Clerk Cary Broussard said the city expects the work to be finished and the tower resupplied with water by Dec. 15. The tower will be painted in the spring, she said.

  • Cub Scouts participate in flag ceremony

  • Grace Lutheran received into membership of English District LCMS

    Grace Lutheran Church in Vine Grove has been notified that it has been received into membership as a congregation of the English District of The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod has more than 6,100 congregations and a membership of 2.3 million.
    Dr. David Stecholz, president of the English District LCMS will be coming to tour the area, meet members and attend a special dinner on Dec. 8. On Dec. 9, he will join the congregation in worship for its Mid-Week Advent Service at 7 p.m. and present the members with their Charter.

  • Holidays hit E'town

    The Christmas season kicks off in large fashion this weekend in Elizabethtown.
    The Elizabethtown Heritage Council is hosting a number of holiday staples Saturday and the Brown-Pusey House welcomes parents and children alike to make crafts and enjoy some apple cider as they ring in the holiday season.
    The morning kicks off with Breakfast with Santa from 8 to 11 a.m. at the First Federal Gallery inside the Historic State Theater. Admission is $5.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Two prolific offenses, one region title (11/19)

    The scoreboard operator at Anderson County’s Warford Stadium might be the busiest man tonight when the Bearcats host the John Hardin Bulldogs.

    John Hardin and Anderson County have two of the most prolific offenses in Class 5-A. The Bulldogs average a staggering 43.8 points a game, a state best in their class, while Anderson County is three spots behind at 38.2 a game.