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Today's News

  • Tea Party to host Jimmie Lee

    The News Enterprise

    The Central Kentucky Tea Party is hosting state Rep. Jimmie Lee, D-Elizabethtown, today at 7 p.m. during its meeting at Nolin RECC.

    Lee is expected to share information on issues facing the state and will answer questions in a session after his speech. Following Lee will be retired attorney Mike Malone, who also will speak about issues facing the state and nation, according to a news release issued by the group.

    Refreshments and a period of open discussion will follow the meeting.

  • Disabled man faces enhanced arson charge

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN – A Hardin County grand jury has upped the ante for a mentally disabled man accused of setting fire in May to an old pair of lakeside cabins known as the Lincoln Heritage House. After hearing evidence relating to the Freeman Lake Park blaze, a grand jury chose Tuesday to indict 34-year-old Kenneth Robert Earl Bennett on the Cla

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  • Lee speaks to Elizabethtown Rotary Club

    Harry Lee was the speaker at the Elizabethtown Rotary Club. His topic was "A Look at Baseball in Kentucky".

     

  • Spaldings announce birth of Braelyn

     

  • Grandparents announce birth of Annabelle Kay

     

  • Sedlak awarded Eagle Scout rank

    Matthew J. Sedlak, Troop 829, sponsored by First Presbyterian Church, was awarded the Eagle Scout rank by Scoutmaster Daryl Blohm. Requirements include earning at least 21 merit badges and demonstrating Scout spirit, service, and leadership. This includes an extensive service project that the Scout plans, organizes, leads, and manages. Matthew organized volunteers in the construction of a fence around the playground area to improve the safety for the children at the church. The project involved at least 15 volunteers and took over 150 hours to complete.

  • Hear Our Voice

    “We the People …” begins the line to the basic rights on which the United States of America was founded and formed. Our forefathers toiled, slaved and died to make sure each of us has a right to a certain way of life, to be able to live with dignity, respect and choices. It is the same principle of rights that applies to all people, from the very youngest to the oldest citizen.

  • Parents announce birth of Joshua

    Tara and Spc. James Sallee of Louisville announce the birth of a son, Joshua Patrick, on Aug. 3, 2009, at Ireland Army Community Hospital on Fort Knox. He weighed 5 pounds and 1 ounce.

    He has a brother, William Ray.

    Grandparents are Timothy and Maria Tyo, both of Vine Grove, and Betty and Wayne Snyder of Louisville.

     

  • Beautiful Day at Saunders Springs

    The clients at Atria Senior Living recently spent the afternoon taking in the scenery at Saunder's Spring while enjoying a picnic lunch.