Today's News

  • Body identified from dental records

    A man found in a residence on Sunrise Lane last week has been positively identified through dental records as Stephen Moore.

    Hardin County Coroner Dr. William Lee said Wednesday afternoon that records with local dentist Dr. Russ Van Zant identified Moore, 53.

    Police found the body of a man last week. Lee said Moore had died in November at the home from a heart attack.

    Lee said earlier this week that circumstantial evidence pointed to the man as Moore, but he he wanted scientific proof before deciding who was found.

  • Traffic checkpoints out in E'town

    During the “Click It or Ticket” campaign that runs through June 5, the Elizabethtown Police Department will conduct traffic safety checkpoints.

    The No. 1 priority during the safety checks, an EPD news release said, is to reduce the number of impaired drivers on local roadways. In addition, police want to see an increase in the usage of seatbelts and child passenger seats.

  • History Channel films in Elizabethtown
  • Car catches fire on Dixie Avenue
  • Railroads still make commerce go

    The issue: Grants for railroad improvements
    Our view: State government addresses need

    Railroads transformed America by providing consistent, reliable means to move across this vast land.

    No longer relying solely upon waterways to connect the nations producers and consumers, the rails created millionaires and moguls. Towns blossomed along the rails in Hardin County and across the nation.

  • Speakers with Spark: Perspective during adversity

    By Sheila O'Mara

  • The List: Protecting kids from deadly hot vehicles

    The News-Enterprise

    The Kentucky Department for Public Health recently unveiled the elements of a national awareness campaign to help reduce child vehicular deaths caused by heat stroke. The unveiling came shortly after an incident in Louisville in which a 2-year-old died after being left in a hot car.

    Last year, the worst year on record, 49 children in the United States died from heat stroke while unattended in vehicles.

  • Crossroads UPC to hold Memorial Day celebration

    Did you know the Human Resources Complex recently built on Fort Knox is named after the senior service member who perished during the attack? This Sunday, the Crossroads UPC, 182 W. Vine St., Radcliff, invites the community — especially veterans, military personnel and their families — for a Memorial Day celebration.

  • Calvary Assembly of God welcomes new youth pastors

    Pastor Jeff Schexneider joins the congregation in welcoming Charles and Summer Crowder as the new youth pastors of Calvary Assembly of God. Charles Crowder is from Henderson and Summer Crowder is from Bernie, Mo. Charles Crowder is pursuing a degree in church leadership and Summer Crowder’s degree will be in evangelism and discipleship. They both graduate from Central Bible College, (Assemblies of God) in December 2011.

  • Severns Valley to offer WinShape camp

    WinShape Camps began with one man’s dream to shape tomorrow’s leaders.

    S. Truett Cathy of Chick-fil-A put his dream into motion by creating a camp experience focused on challenging young people physically and spiritually. Now, more than 20 years and 30,000 campers later, that dream continues to shape young people through summer camps that prove to be mile-marker experiences.