Today's News

  • BOYS' 17TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: E'town's inside game takes care of North Hardin (02/25)

    Elizabethtown assured there will be a new 17th District Boys’ Basketball Tournament champion.

    The Panthers took advantage of the Trojans’ porous interior defense – and ate them up in the post throughout the first half.

  • BOYS' 17TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: John Hardin uses late surge to top Central (2/25)

    The John Hardin Bulldogs relied on their youngest starter to carry them early on Thursday evening, but once their lead was in jeopardy, the seniors finished off the job.

    Sophomore Brandon Price scored a game-high 21 points and seniors Malcolm Foster and Jeff Richard sparked a 16-0 run to lead the Bulldogs to a 67-48 victory in the Boys’ 17th District Basketball Tournament semifinals at Bruin Gym.

  • Faces & Places: A Day in the Life of State Rep. Jimmie Lee
  • I-65 project could lead to delays

    Drivers on Interstate 65 between Elizabethtown and Munfordville can expect lane reductions and delays in coming months.

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is completing right-of-way tree trimming and clearing from the 90.5 mile point near Elizabethtown to the 64.1 mile point south near Munfordville, which should be complete by the end of March, according to a news release.

    Landscape work is part of a large project to continue most of the year as the state rehabilitates asphalt on I-65’s north and southbound lanes

  • Smoke leads to meth arrests

    Radcliff police arrested two men Wednesday and uncovered an active portable methamphetamine lab in a suitcase at what neighbors originally thought was a shed fire.
    RDP spokesman Bryce Shumate said a resident called the Radcliff Fire Department because smoke could be seen coming from a shed at 1170 Waterfield St.
    It initially appeared to firefighters that the smoke was coming from a wood-burning stove in the shed, Shumate said. But once on scene, firefighters smelled chemicals and called police to investigate.

  • Nice day for wet walking
  • Toczko’s book wins an ADDY

    The News-Enterprise

    Elizabethtown photographer David Toczko’s book of photography won a prestigious advertising award.

    The American Advertising Federation Tri-State Advertising and Marketing Professionals distribute the regional ADDY Awards. Toczko’s book, “Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill: 50th Anniversary of the Restoration,” received a Bronze ADDY for Collateral Material.

  • Club gathers for first meeting of the year

    The Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club held its first meeting of the year Feb. 7 at the Nolin RECC building. President Debbie Donnelly called the meeting to order. The following dignitaries were recognized: Hardin County Clerk Kenny Tabb, Hardin County Attorney Jenny Oldham, Hardin County Jailer Danny Allen, Hardin County Magistrate Bill Wiseman, Constable Sylvester Bennett, Capt. John Ward, Former Hardin County Judge-Executive Glen Dalton, Former Sheriff Martha Thomas, Former PVA Teri Bennett and former State Policeman Corby Powers.

  • Williams, Farmer looking to end status quo

    As the 2011 gubernatorial race heats up, Senate President David Williams and Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer have proclaimed their partnership as the ticket of change for a state falling behind its peers.

    The tandem made a stop at the Brown-Pusey House in Elizabethtown on Wednesday night, where they stressed the need for tax reform, rigorous standards for education and a private sector approach to reinventing the state pension program.

  • GIRLS' PREP SWIMMING: Sampaio three hoping for big day at State (02/24)

    LOUISVILLE Mavi Sampaio loved coaching swimming in college, but the punishing cold of North Dakota began to wear on him and his two daughters, Manuela and Mariana. Keep in mind Mavi spent most of his life in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, and his daughters lived there until Manuela was four and Mariana was two.