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Today's News

  • Snow scenes
  • Foggy morning drive
  • The Pac tackles classical literature with 'Peer Gynt'

    “It’s really exciting,” Bart Lovins, director of the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center, said of the theater’s first attempt at a non-musical pro-am production.

    First time out they will tackle Henrik Ibsen’s “Peer Gynt.”

    Ibsen is mostly known for deep drama like “A Doll's House,” Lovins said.

    “The things we had to read in high school and college and hated,” he said.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club holds January meeting

    At the January meeting of the Radcliff Woman’s Club, Emma Day of Home Life gave a report of the City of Radcliff and Cardinal Health Wellness Expo held at Colvin Community Center on Jan. 8.

  • Hardin County Historical Society welcomes David Toczko

    The Hardin County Historical Society will meet Jan. 24 at the State Theater Gallery, 209 West Dixie Avenue, in Elizabethtown. The buffet dinner, catered by Back Home, will be served at 6:30 p.m. The price is $8.50 per person. Call Judy French at 735-9698 or e-mail jmfrench9@ windstream.net by today, Jan. 21, for dinner reservations; later reservations for the meal cannot be guaranteed.

  • FOP Lodge members appreciate support

    The members of the Fraternal Order of Police - Lodge No. 39 would like to thank all of the people and the businesses who supported this lodge with their donations to make this a special event for 81 children in Hardin County. We made their Christmas much brighter.

  • Rineyville Community News

    Rineyville

    Gail Pike, 737-2973

    APPRECIATION. Our family would like to thank everyone for all the kindness and generosity shown to us during Kenny’s battle with cancer and his Jan. 3 passing.

  • LaRue joins state's online warrant system

    Landmark News Service
    LaRue County law enforcement and court officials last week attended classes to learn about the new state electronic warrant system.
    The eWarrants, which are available online, “do away with all paper warrants that had to be mailed,” according to Acting Chief Steve Johnson of Hodgenville City Police.
    The network allows officers to electronically file complaints, which can be viewed and signed by judges. Officers can act immediately in making an arrest rather than waiting hours or days.

  • Hodgenville's Main Street funding halted until state contract signed

    Landmark News Service
    Hodgenville’s Main Street/Renaissance organization will be self-funded at least until its current contract with the state is renewed.
    Mayor Terry Cruse told members of Hodgenville City Council that he wants the volunteer group to “become more self-sufficient.” He said the city would not pay the agreed-upon amount of $1,250 monthly to Main Street until its recertification contract is signed.
    And that could take at least three months, according to Director Celia McDonald.

  • Parrett promotes bipartisanship during session

    mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com
    Tenth District Sen. Dennis Parrett, D-Elizabethtown, recognizes the challenges and pitfalls of his position in the Kentucky Senate.
    In addition to being a junior senator, Parrett must maneuver the channels as part of a minority party with Republicans holding the majority in the Senate.
    “I learned very quickly what it means to be in a minority party,” he said.
    Yet Parrett said he sees some advantages to having a split majority, with Democrats possessing power of the House.