Today's News

  • Next time it might not be a drill
  • North Hardin HS girl missing


    Radcliff police are searching for an autistic North Hardin High School student thought to have walked away from the school Friday.

    Sharon Kiely, 15, was last seen in a restroom at the school at around noon Friday, according to Radcliff spokesman Bryce Shumate.

    A complete search of the school was finished at 2 p.m., according to Shumate.

    Police continue to search the area around the campus in hopes of finding her.

    Shumate said the girl refuses to communicate verbally and has a history of hiding inside the school.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: John Hardin beats Knox (09/04)

    The News-Enterprise Sophomore Meaghan Warsaw had a match-high seven kills and five aces to lead the homestanding John Hardin Lady Bulldogs to a 26-24, 25-14 win over 15th District rival Fort Knox on Thursday. Senior Alyssa Gatlin chipped in with six kills, while sophomore Taylor Cecil had 17 assists, five digs and one ace and senior Laura Howard had three blocks and two kills. John

  • Focus on Finance: Determining labor-employee-contractor status


  • Farmers Market grows up ... and over



    ELIZABETHTOWN — After a long delay, a pavilion that will house the Hardin County Farmers Market is nearly finished.

    The steel structure — which could be ready for fall sales of pumpkins and gourds — is expected at least to be complete by the time the market opens again next spring.

  • 8-28 Religion Briefs


  • FBI raid leads to child porn charges

    The News-Enterprise

    RADCLIFF — Details emerged Thursday in a police department-supported Federal Bureau of Investigation raid of a Radcliff home.

    FBI agents arrested 47-year-old Michael Hall of Radcliff on Wednesday morning on charges of interstate transportation and shipment of child pornography, according to an FBI news release. Hall was arrested when agents executed a search warrant at his 641 Cottonwood Drive home in a scene neighbors said was like “something on TV.”

  • Woman charged with breaking toddler's arm



    RADCLIFF – A Radcliff woman whose infant son was killed in a 2005 Elizabethtown house fire has been jailed on charges of abusing another  child.  

    According to an arrest warrant, Angel Folmar, a 25-year-old Woodcreek Drive resident, broke her child’s right arm, caused carpet burns by pressing the toddler’s face to the floor and caused serious bruising to one of the child’s thighs.

  • Giving muscular dystrophy the boot

    For more info

    Fire departments interested in participating in a boot drive should contact MDA at (502) 456-1440

    Proposed boot drive sites: 

    Elizabethtown: Red light/Wal-Mart off Dixie

    Glendale: Front of Glendale fire house

    Radcliff: Northside of 31W

    Rineyville: Front of Rineyville fire house

    Valley Creek: U.S. 62 and Ring Road

    Vine Grove: Downtown Vine Grove



  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: E'town, Central both fall (09/03)

    The News-Enterprise The Louisville Assumption Rockets scored with 1 minute left to record their first win of the season in a 2-1 victory over 13th-ranked Elizabethtown on Wednesday. Senior Kayla Laisy scored off an assist from senior Tara Gilpin for the Lady Panthers (5-3-1), but the No. 12 Rockets (1-2-2) were able to get one past Elizabethtown sophomore Audrey Duke with time runnin