Today's News

  • PREP FOOTBALL: John Hardin's Elam leads area's All-State honorees (12/16)

    John Hardin sophomore defensive tackle Matt Elam was a big surprise to the Bulldog coaching staff this season and it had nothing to do with his size.

    The 6-foot-5, 323-pound Elam made a huge impact on the John Hardin defense. He was fourth on the team in tackles with 65, including 52 solo stops. Elam also had 19 tackles for a loss, four sacks and three fumble recoveries.

  • GIRLS' BASKETBALL: District showdowns in Radcliff, Cecilia (12/16)

    Tonight’s 17th District girls’ basketball game in Radcliff features two teams going one way, while another district game down the road in Cecilia features a pair of squads headed the opposite way.

    Nevertheless, all four teams have the same goals in mind as they tip off the last district games before the new year.

  • Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

    Jonathan L. and Brittney L. Carl to Donika R. and Walton White, lot 1 Greenbrier Estates subdivision, Vine Grove, $191,400.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Meade falls to Hancock (12/16)

    The News-Enterprise

    The visiting Meade County Lady Waves were held to eight points in the first three quarters en route to a 55-40 loss to 11th District rival Hancock County on Thursday night.

    Meade County (2-3 overall, 1-1 district) lost its second straight following a two-game winning streak.

    Freshman Morgan Turner paced the Lady Waves with 14 points and 10 rebounds, while sophomores Raley Johnson and Katelyn Cucino each scored eight.


  • PREP WRESTLING: Central hosts Bruin Duals on Saturday (12/16)

    Six wrestling teams will hit the mat Saturday morning as Central Hardin hosts its annual Bruin Duals.

    The field is highlighted by top-ranked LaRue County, which is coming off a dominating performance in the Ryle Raider Rumble in Union last weekend. Other teams are John Hardin, Meade County, Barren County and Lexington Lafayette.

    Duals begin at 9:30 and each team is scheduled to wrestle five times. Central Hardin coach Russ Pike said wrestling should be completed by 5 p.m.

  • Children's author holds story hour reading, book signing

    A Hardin County author is the featured guest during a special story hour and book signing for the release of his children’s book.

    Erin Bohannon, who published “Crabby and the Shoofly,” appears at Hardin County Public Library in Elizabethtown from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Saturday.

    Bohannon will read his book and be on hand afterward to sign copies.

    “Crabby and the Shoofly” tells the tale of a crab that becomes lost and gets help from a fly to find his way home.

  • Rambo speaks to Radcliff Rotary Club members

    Guest speaker at a recent Radcliff Rotary meeting was Kenny Rambo, vice president of Heartland Communications Consultants, an Elizabethtown-based marketing and communications firm. He has been working with numerous community development initiatives such as One Knox, a coordinating agency that helps the region respond to growth opportunities associated with Fort Knox.

  • Alpha Phi Alpha members help the community

    Members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Fort Knox chapter, deliver Thanksgiving baskets to families in the Hardin County School District. Members pictured are Chapter President George Hollins; Robert Barnes, principal at Brown Street Education Center; Robert King; Radcliff Councilman Stan Holmes; and Anthony McCormick.

  • Paintings of two former circuit court judges unveiled

    The portraits of former Hardin Circuit Court judges Janet P. Coleman and T. Steven Bland were unveiled Thursday afternoon at the Hardin County Justice Center.

    The portraits that hang upstairs at the justice center represent more than 120 years of circuit court judgeship in Hardin County, Judge Ken Howard said before unveiling the hand-painted portraits.

    To add portraits to the group is a “pretty unique occasion,” Howard said. He added it was a little odd to add Bland and Coleman to the portraits because “we’re all contemporary.”

  • A mother's grief

    Suicide Hotline: (270) 769-1304 or 1-888-182-8266

    Many times during the course of a day, life seems almost unbearable for Stayce Hazell.

    It could be a song she hears, walking by her son’s bedroom or simply gazing out the front window of her Radcliff home and watching a bus driver make a stop. Her son no longer gets off the school bus.

    For Hazell, life without 18-year-old Gage has been a two-month journey of overwhelming grief. She misses everything about her son.