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  • MOVE to end Alzheimer’s disease


    Senior Living Columnist

  • Rubbing elbows with history




    ELIZABETHTOWN — Those on hand Saturday at the Hardin County History Museum were transplanted into a bygone era.

    While the museum is known as a touchstone to county roots, members of the Historic Downtown Costumed Walking Tour were present, conjuring up an interactive twist on the history the museum weaves. It was all part of a A Day at the Museum, designed to foster more interest in the museum by making its content more tangible.

  • E’town enacts nuisance ordinance to curb early morning trash pickup

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — City officials on Monday enacted an ordinance that will put restraints on the hours waste haulers pick up commercial trash within city limits. The Elizabethtown City Council voted, 4-2, to amend its solid waste franchise ordinance to prohibit commercial trash pickup from midnight to 5 a.m. with a fine attached. Councilmen L

  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Norton gets hat trick as Central beats Ballard (09/20)

    The News-Enterprise Sophomore Lauren Norton scored three goals, including the game-winner with 12 minutes to go, to lift the Central Hardin Lady Bruins to a 4-3 win over Louisville Ballard on Saturday in their final game of the Lady Bulldog Cup at Louisville Male. Norton scored her first two goals on assists from senior Jamie Donahue, who scored Central Hardin’s third goal. Fr

  • Tuesday brings equinox and balance


    Stories from the Heartland

    HARDIN COUNTY — If things these days seem out of balance — oh, like the economy or civility — then take a breath: Tuesday is the autumnal equinox.

    The whole world at 5:18 p.m. will cease to be cockeyed, at least in relation to the sun. The amount of daylight will be the same as that of night.

    You even can balance an egg on end. (OK, you can do that on days other than an equinox, but what fun is that?)

  • Sept. 10, 2009: Obituaries

    Barbara Ann Brock

    Barbara Ann Brock, 80, of Radcliff, died Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2009, at North Hardin Health and Rehabilitation Center in Radcliff.

    She was an original associate at Wal-Mart in Radcliff where she worked for 21 years in the fabric/sewing department and as a door greeter. Barbara enjoyed spending time with her family, bowling, sewing, crafts, cooking, being outdoors, loving cats, decorating for Christmas and dressing up for Halloween. She also was a past member of the Officers Wives Club.

  • Fiscal Court vets consider additional terms



    HARDIN COUNTY — Registration for the magistrate’s race does not open until November, but the election has been on the minds of local commissioners and residents alike since the county presented an overwhelming vote to end the commissioner form of government.

    And most of the commissioners say they’re leaning toward running for another term, though outlying factors could change their minds in the coming months.

  • Alleged shooter sent to prison for parole violation



    ELIZABETHTOWN — A man Elizabethtown police charged this summer with attempted murder and robbery was transferred to prison Friday after allegedly violating parole by getting into recent trouble.

    Nathaniel Terron Barbour, 34, was jailed July 11 on charges of attempted murder and robbery for what EPD Detective Pete Chytla describes as an attack against a man on Skyline Drive.

  • Swine flu widespread in Kentucky

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com HARDIN COUNTY — The Kentucky Department for Public Health last week upgraded Kentucky’s swine flu level from regional to widespread. The virus, also known as H1N1, has made Hardin County residents sick. But without confirmatory testing here, Wendy Keown, a spokeswoman for the Lincoln Trail District Heath Department, said she cou

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