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Today's News

  • Patriotism and a little rock 'n' roll

    The News-Enterprise   ELIZABETHTOWNThe 113th Army Band, The Dragoons, will present a free concert at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Freeman Lake Park. The Dragoons are the second-oldest Army Band in active duty, dating back to 1840, and performed in President Lincoln’s second inaugural parade. Currently it serves the United States Armor Center and Fort Knox.

  • Dog Gone Wild Chapter 1

    My golden opportunity! My chance to shine! My time to show my family that I’m a warrior, a champion, a real sportsman, uh, sportsdog! I’m sorry, I should introduce myself. I’m Mr. Dogwood, but my friends and family call me Woody. (Sometimes I’ll hear “Dogwood” if I’ve made a knucklehead decision or if my parents are trying to get my attention.) Anyway, I’m a black and tan miniature wiener dog who lives in the great state where I was born – Kentucky.

  • Sept. 16, 2009: Obituaries

    Bob Coffman

    Bob Coffman, 87, of Liberty, originally from Jacktown Community in Casey County, died Monday, Sept. 14, 2009, at Liberty Care Center.

    He was born May 25, 1922 in Casey County. He was retired from the Kentucky Highway Department. He was a member of Poplar Grove Church and was an Air Force veteran of World War II.

    He was preceded in death by his parents, Otis Coffman and Nettie Smith Coffman; four brothers, Jim, Bradley, John and Kenneth Coffman; and a sister, Joyce Reed.

  • Dash of Class: Apple recipes

    By NORA SWEAT

    When thinking of fall and its harvest, apples quickly come to mind. If you look in the classifieds under “Good Things to Eat,” you probably would see ads promoting apples. For that reason, I chose to give you some apple recipes in this column to have for fall or anytime.

    The first recipe is my mom’s recipe for apple cake; she made it for so many gatherings and people always asked for the recipe.

  • 9-9 Lending a Hand

     

  • No foul play involved in man's injuries

    The News-Enterprise

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Elizabethtown police reported this week that no foul play was involved in the Sept. 9 injuries of a Renaissance Court resident.

    Paul C. Estes, 56, was found unconscious and in a pool of blood at his home when a strolling couple noticing opened doors and stacks of newspapers in Estes’ driveway. The couple reported the suspicious scene to police.

  • A day at the museum

    The News-Enterprise 

  • Sept. 16, 2009: Services

     

  • Breaking News EIS superintendent applies for job in Fla.

     

  • Not your mother's multitasking

    By SUZANNE DARLAND

    The driver in front of you has a cell phone next to his ear. And if you really want to be outraged, he is eating a burger, too.

    Your dining companion of a certain age demographic is texting or tweeting while you wait for your food, perhaps sending a cell phone pic to one friend or updating another friend about where she is.

    Teens are instant messaging their friends or playing an online multi-player game while they do their homework.