Today's News

  • Knox Hills homes earn gold rating for energy efficiency

      The News-Enterprise

    Forty-six new homes in Knox Hills, a military housing community on Fort Knox, recently earned a gold rating for outstanding energy and water conservation and overall performance in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Homes program.

    The LEED-H program evaluates energy efficiency in water use and overall performance. The gold rating is the second-highest rating available in the LEED-H process.

  • Cornelius


    Lauren Nicole Thompson and Michael Brandon Cornelius, both of Eastview, were married June 12, 2010 in Eastview

    The bride is the daughter of Lynn and Doug Henderson of Elizabethtown.

    The groom is the son of Rudolph and Nancy Cornelius.

    Maid of honor was Amanda Triplett and flower girl was Lily Clark.

    Best man was David Cornelius and ring bearers were Jayden Cornelius and Isaiah Thompson.

    The couple resides in Eastview.


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  • OPINION NOTEBOOK: Football coaching staffs long on experience (07/25)

    Area high school football staffs have to be some of the most experienced in the state. Of the seven KHSAA programs in the tri-county area, at least four have assistants on staff who have also been head coaches. At Central Hardin, head coach Mike Lawson is assisted by Paul Gray and Tom Jaco. Gray is a former coach at Elizabethtown and Jaco is a former coach at Fort Knox. At

  • Senior Republican Women’s Forum has June meeting

    The Hardin County Senior Republican Women's Forum met June 17 at Gondolier Restaurant in Elizabethtown.  After the meal, a short business meeting was held. 

    The speaker for the evening was Carl Lay, candidate for State Representative of Kentucky's 15th District. 

    The next meeting is at 6 p.m. today, July 15 at Golden Corral Restaurant in Elizabethtown.

    For information, call Alice Pelkey at 769-1464. 

  • Lions Club presents donation to benefit the Hardin County Library


      Elizabethtown Lions Club President Travis Langdon, right, presents a donation from the club to Hardin County Library Director Rene Hutcheson. The donation will be used for large print books.

  • Parents welcome Life Titus


    Tony L. Cloyd and Diana McClellan announce the birth of a son, Life Titus Cloyd, on June 3, 2010. He weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces and was 19 inches long.

    Siblings are Kirk and Tristen.

    Grandparents are Raymond and Linda Cloyd and Mark and Anna Riser, all of Elizabethtown.


  • Radcliff Rotary holds gala and installs new club president

    At a recent gala banquet, the Radcliff Rotary installed a new president for the 2010-11 Rotary year, Neil Atcher. Outgoing President Bill Dennison, left, passes the gavel to Atcher during the ceremonies.

    Officers for the new administration are sworn in by Rotarian Danny Hutcherson, Hardin County property valuation administrator and the only elected official in the house. From left, Danny Hutcherson, Neil Atcher, Bill Dennison, Fran Rolwing, Jeff Peden, Charlie Fraley Derrick Staton, Gail Demery, Burt Boudinot and Dr. Bill Perks.

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  • July 18 South Hardin news

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    The time is running out quickly for the school age children.  Summer is close to the end.  School supplies are filling area store shelves.  I hope everyone spends the next few weeks enjoying their kids.