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  • May 17 Local History


  • April 4 Local History

    30 years ago, Hardin County television viewers who loved TV’s “Dallas” were debating the shooting of J.R. Ewing, and the big question everyone was asking was “Who Shot J.R.?” The News-Enterprise Assistant Managing Editor Jim Henahan even wrote a column about it, inviting newspaper readers to write him with their ideas of who shot J.R.

  • April 19 Local History

    30 years ago, Howevalley Elementary School students teamed up with artist Rich Griendling for an unusual National Book Week project: each of the 400 students illustrated 13 feet of paper which was all put together to make one long scroll; the bookworm drawing reportedly beat the old Guinness world record by 280 feet. 20 years ago, Radcliff City Council took action to improve the city sewer system, declaring an emergency so standard bidding procedures could be bypassed and a sewage l

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Hawks wanting to put together four quarters (09/16)


    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com

    LaRue County has become the heart-attack Hawks the past two weeks, rallying to win back-to-back games despite trailing Green County with less than 8 minutes remaining in the third quarter last week and trailing Shelby County with less than 4 minutes left in the third quarter the week before.

  • June 4 Local History

    30 years ago, at the Hardin County Schools’ annual Science Fair, Greg Yates, a high school senior, won Best of Show. 20 years ago, Hardin Memorial Hospital had a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Obstetrical Care Clinic on the hospital’s third floor; the facility featured a comprehensive prenatal care program that would care for patients through pregnancy, delivery and postpartum recover.

  • The Dance Centre holds summer dance intensive

    Front row from left, Noelle Hodapp, Madison Case, modern teacher Theresa Bautista, Victoria Hundley and Jesseca Dale; middle row, John Langley, Emma Skaggs, Becky Kiefer, Caroline Cabezas and Joel Zinn; and back row, Olivia Ercalano, Leela Rothenberg, Callie Ethington, Kelli Ralston and Laura Ballard.

  • May 5 Local History


  • Zonta holds August meeting

    From left, Zontian Loretta Crady, Lisa Sanford and Zontian Beti Turner.

  • June 17 Local History

    30 years ago, an eight-member teacher committee sat down with Elizabethtown school administrators and a school board member to hash out whether the district could afford more than an average 6.3 percent increase for teachers’ salaries for the coming year; a concern of the teachers was that about $8,000 less local money was scheduled to go into the salary schedule for the coming year (which Superintendent Nap DuFault said was because of an increase in utility bills). 20 years a

  • June 29 Local History