Today's News

  • Dec. 14, 2009: Our readers write

    Tasty success

    The exceptional work put forth by Ms. Kinkade’s culinary class at North Hardin High School helped make the Taste of  Radcliff a great success. The students showed professionalism while they were handing out food, helping people carry their food, cleaning up and even working crowd control. It was a pleasure to see such a great group of well behaved, talented and fantastic students.

    John Flanagan


    Time to take a stand

  • Club enjoys ‘Simply Festive’ meeting

    The Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club met in November at the home of Caroline Moses-Legaspi in Elizabethtown. She and co-hosts Martha Mengel and Annette Peter provided brunch treats and beverages for the members and guests.  

  • DuPlessis Orthodontics wins first place in design category

    From left, Andrea Watt, Lisa Hinton, Damon Stinnett, Christy Stinnett, Denise Miller, Corbin Bagshaw, Dr. John DuPlessis, Audrey Stinnett, Julia DuPlessis, Ashley Bagshaw, Sherri Stepp and Andrew Wyatt.

    The DuPlessis Orthodontics Casket Entry with the theme of “The Perfect Bite” won first place in Design of the Heritage Council “Dead Men Rolling” coffin race.


  • Knights of Columbus celebrate 100 years

    By KELLY R. CANTRALL kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — A local Catholic organization commemorated a centennial milestone this weekend. Members of the Elizabethtown Knights of Columbus Council No. 1455 celebrated its 100th year of existence Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of the Archdiocese of Louisville spoke at the banquet about the impo

  • Dec. 14: Services


  • Zonta supports Bowl For Kids Sake

    Lois Pierce and Barb Jones present Bob Belknap, Branch Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters with $1,200 to sponsor Bowl for Kids Sake.

    Bowl for Kids Sake is a fundraiser in March that supports the 255 matches between children and mentors in Hardin and Larue Counties.

  • Court Appointed Special Advocates sworn in

    On Nov. 25, Elaine Wallace was sworn in as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) by the Honorable Judge Pamela Addington. CASA of the Heartland volunteers are appointed by Hardin County Family Court Judges to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the court system. For information on how to become a CASA volunteer, call the CASA of the Heartland office at 982-2272.

  • Dec. 6 Rineyville news

    Rineyville Gail Pike, 737-2973 BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include: Carolyn Meals, Martha Thomas, Pam Baxter, Debbie Ray, Tony Brangers, Frank Brangers, Patrick Ray, Stella Burnett, Shannon Eklund, Hunter Chapman, Carmel Pike, Mary Ellen Williams, Cody Farmer, Deloise Priddy, Mike Fohl, Olivia Chapman, Pauline Brangers, Chuck Campbell, Jocelyn Crutcher, Nolan Thomas, Waylo

  • Radcliff Optimist Club holds Youth Recognition Ceremony
  • Boyle graduates from ROTC course

    BOYLE. Benjamin D. Boyle has graduated from the Army ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) Leader Development and Assessment Course, also known as “Operation Warrior Forge,” at Fort Lewis in Tacoma, Wash.

    Boyle is the son of James P. and Virginia M. Boyle of Fort Knox.