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  • Aug. 15 Rineyville news


  • Wall against Hunger unveiled next week

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com Hardin County’s efforts to erect the largest can structure have spotlighted several acts of compassion, and the mammoth design is nearing its coming out party. The Building a Wall Against Hunger project will be publicly unveiled and officially dedicated Wednesday at Magnet Business Park on North Dixie Avenue in Elizabethtown. The ceremon

  • Finding time for fun balances life

    Occupying Seat 6 in Row D, I watched “The Stephen Foster Story” cast close the outdoor drama’s 52nd season Friday night in Bardstown.

    Despite a vicious week of stifling summer heat and humidity, the weather seemed only a minor matter in amphitheater. It’s perspective I suppose. Watching the cast members sing and dance across the stage in woolen 19th century costumes erased any personal thoughts of discomfort. If they could work so hard to entertain, who am I to complain about the heat?

  • Local man arrested in Indiana

    The News-Enterprise A 27-year-old carnival worker from Elizabethtown is in jail in Indiana after being charged earlier this month with raping a 16-year-old girl, according to the Princeton Daily Clarion in Princeton, Ind. Antonito Georgia is charged with the rape of a teenage girl from Oakland City, Ind. Police also are looking into a claim that he used a gun in the alleged attack. If a gun

  • GIRLS' PREP GOLF: Caldwell's Talley, Shelby County win titles at Lady Bruin Invitational (08/22)



    Because of an opportunity to play in an international tournament, Emma Talley won’t have a chance to qualify for the KHSAA state girls’ golf tournament in October in Bowling Green.

    That wasn’t going to stop the Caldwell County junior from letting some of the commonwealth’s other prep golfers know who reigns supreme at the Lady Bruin Invitational.

  • If nothing existed, how would we organize?

    When the Pilgrims settled at Plymouth in 1620, one of the first orders of business was to organize themselves “…into a civil body politick, for our better ordering and preservation … for the general good of the colony …” The Mayflower Compact was the first document of American democracy to establish “government of the people, by the people, for the

  • 3 charged in meth lab bust



    Three Radcliff residents were jailed Thursday after being charged with the Class B felony of manufacturing methamphetamine at their Oakridge Drive home.

    Court records and jail logs show Tammy Darlene Prindle, 37, who also is known as Tammy Scott; her husband, Douglass Allen Prindle, 34; and his brother, Darrin Lee Prindle, 32, were served arrest warrants Thursday by Hardin County Sheriff’s Department deputies.

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Thursday's results (08/20)

    GOLF BOYS’ PREP THURSDAY’S EVENTS MARION COUNTY 156, NORTH HARDIN 157, WASHINGTON COUNTY 171, NELSON COUNTY 195 BARDSTOWN — Results from Thursday’s quad match at Bardstown Country Club’s par-36 (front nine) Woodlawn Springs Course: North Hardin (157) Ryan Daniels              &nbsp

  • PREP FOOTBALL: North Hardin runs away from Dunbar (08/22)

    By GREG CREWS gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com Apparently a season opener at home following a 2-8 season wasn’t quite enough motivation for North Hardin. But one touchdown did the trick. After falling behind early in the second quarter, the Trojans unleashed their fury on the visiting Lexington Paul Dunbar Bulldogs, running away with a 35-14 victory Saturday in the Joe Jaggers Cl

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Elizabethtown cruises past North (08/20)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com After Elizabethtown’s starters worked hard the first set Thursday, Lady Panthers coach Tim Hinkle gave most of them a breather in the second. Behind the setting of Erin Burch and hard hitting of Denisha Nichols, Elizabethtown rolled in the first set cruised to a 24-10, 25-13 win at 17th District rival North Hardin. Nichols, a se