Today's News

  • Patton Museum extending hours Monday

    The Patton Museum, which is next to Keyes Park off U.S. 31W at Fort Knox, will extend its hours from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday.

    The museum also will host a Hollywood Goes to War film series featuring three World War II movies – “30 Seconds Over Tokyo” from 9 to 11:30 a.m., “Back to Bataan” from 12:30 to 2:15 p.m. and “The Best Years of Our Lives” from 2:45 to 5 p.m. – in the museum’s Abrams Auditorium. Discussions will follow each film.

  • North Hardin Project Graduation a huge success

  • Thanks to the community from Elizabethtown Tennis Commission

  • Buggeland ruled fit to stand trial

    Judge Ken Howard determined Erik Buggeland fit to stand trial Wednesday in a written ruling filed in Hardin Circuit Court.

    “The court further finds by preponderance of the evidence that the defendant’s non-communication, non-cooperation with defense counsel and his moderately bizarre courtroom behavior is not due to a mental illness but the defendant’s choice in an attempt to disrupt the current legal proceedings,” Howard wrote.

  • Redmond graduates from basic training

    REDMOND. Air Force Airman Christopher M. Redmond graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.

    He is the son of Michele Redmond of Radcliff and Christopher Redmond of Las Vegas.

    Redmond graduated in 2010 from Arbor View High School, Las Vegas.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club presents scholarship

    Suzie Broadwater of Education introduced Camille A. Turner, Radcliff Woman’s Club scholarship recipient at the June 13 meeting. Turner is a graduate of North Hardin High School and Gatton Academy and plans to attend University of Alabama in Birmingham as a junior as a result of credits received at Gatton. She plans to major in organic research and is from a family of doctors.

  • Boy Scout Troop 24 heads to camp

    Scouts and leaders from Boy Scout Troop 24, chartered by Longview United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown, recently spent the week at Lincoln Heritage Council’s Summer Camp at Camp Crooked Creek which is situated on the Harry S. Frazier Scout Reservation. During the week, scouts participated in water activities, shooting sports and outdoor skills. The boys were able to earn merit badges and work towards rank advancement. Leaders also took advantage of their time by attending training courses held throughout the week.

  • Youth Theatre has special guest

  • Judge: Buggeland can stand trial

    Erik Buggeland, charged in the murder of his parents in their Elizabethtown home last year, has been ruled competent to stand trial by a local judge.

    Judge Ken Howard ruled Wednesday that Buggeland is fit to stand trial. Howard said Buggeland's  behavior during recent court hearings "is a deliberate act to disrupt judicial proceedings.''

    Buggeland is scheduled to be in court Tuesday.

    See Sunday's edition of The News-Enterprise for more details on the ruling.

  • Lions Club Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters Mission

    Emily Saul-Reder, right, branch development director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentucky accepts a check from Elizabethtown Lions Club President Brian Dennis. The club supports Big Brothers Big Sisters mission to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that changes their lives for the better.