Today's News

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Fort Campbell adds to Army Bowl rivalry (09/09)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com A little package from Fort Campbell has riled the Fort Knox Eagles prior to Friday’s Army Bowl game at McAdams Field. It wasn’t your typical care package, either. The package, which didn’t have a name but had the Fort Campbell logo on it, arrived Wednesday and contained a letter and a box of Band-Aids. &l

  • Sept. 9, 2010: Obituaries

    Teddy E. Chenault

    Teddy E. Chenault, 74, of Shepherdsville, passed away Sunday, Sept. 5, 2010, at Jewish South Hospital.

    He was a native of Sonora, a retired firefighter from Louisville Fire Department and a Kentucky Colonel.

    He was preceded in death by his parents, Thomas E. and Corene Chenault.

  • Burke's pre-arrest interviews won't be allowed



    Jurors hearing the double murder case against Brent Burke will not be allowed to hear interviews police conducted with the defendant just after two Rineyville women were fatally shot in 2007.

    Thursday, Senior Judge Janet Coleman ordered the taped interviews be suppressed.

    Coleman ruled the interviews a form of “custodial interrogation” inadmissible as evidence.

  • Sept. 9, 2010: Services

    Raford ‘Dan’ Dandridge, 69, of Radcliff, died Sunday, Sept. 5, 2010. The funeral is at 12:30 p.m. Friday at Radcliff First Assembly of God with burial in Kentucky Veterans Cemetery-Central in Radcliff with military honors. Visitation is from 5 to 9 p.m. today at Nelson-Edelen-Bennett Funeral Home in Radcliff and continues at 11 a.m. Friday at the church.

  • Western Hardin County Days covers three days, two weekends



    Western Hardin County Days is growing and that’s fine with its  organizers.

    The event this year spans three days, covering parts of two weekends.

    One of the event organizers said the popularity of many of the pageants prompted the move.

  • Reflections on 9/11



    The majority of today’s high school seniors were in third grade on Sept. 11, 2001, when terrorists flew airplanes into the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon and took another commercial flight down.

    While most Americans alive at the time will never forget the day, seniors’ memories range from vivid to vague, and they have the unique perspective of learning a history lesson that they have lived through.

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  • Recycling trailer coming to Sonora



    On the heels of landing a replacement site at the Hardin County Farmers Market for the recycling trailer once located in Stephensburg, Hardin County officals on Wednesday announced the opening of a fifth recycling trailer for residents on the county's south end.

  • Questions surround woman’s death on I-65

    Landmark News Service

    On the evening of Aug. 26, Marian Dickerson attemped to walk across the southbound lanes of Interstate 65 just south of the Bullitt/ Hardin County line.

    But why the 36-year-old Brooks woman was wandering around a busy highway at that time of night is one of many questions the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Department is trying to answer.

  • Honors degree student lands scholarship to fund film festival



    A local college student’s recent scholarship will help make his honors project a reality.

    Austin Brown of Elizabethtown, a junior at Northern Kentucky University, was awarded a fellowship for the capstone project of his honors degree program. The fellowship gives Brown $2,500 to help finance his project, which is a film festival and research project aimed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.