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  • History on display

    The News-Enterprise 

  • Speleofest resurfaces to offer family-oriented fun

    The News-Enterprise    BONNIEVILLE — Cavers, campers and kayakers should mark the upcoming Memorial Day weekend on their calendars. The 38th Annual Speleofest will resurface Friday through Sunday. Located on the 67-acre Lone Star Preserve near Bonnieville in Hart County, Speleofes

  • PREP BASEBALL OPINION: E'town's Greenwell in pursuit of milestone (5/19)

    ELIZABETHTOWN — How an athlete performs in any sport is measured by some sort of statistic. Football is all about how many yards an athlete throws for or rushes for. In basketball, points, rebounds and assists are often thrown around. Every sport has some way to determine how well an athlete does. Baseball is no exception.

  • Advertising Team

    Advertising Leadership Team


    Advertising Director

    Larry Jobe (Oct. 1)

    Retail Sales Manager

    Scott Moore


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    Classified Advertising/Call Center Manager

    Michelle McGuffin


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    Sales Consultants

    Bill Anderson

  • Local student earns rare certification




    BOWLING GREEN — A local student has earned a certification that only a few dozen in the state have obtained.

    Lisa Heartsill of Vine Grove in April became certified in floodplain management. There are 54 certified floodplain managers in the state, up from seven in 2004.

    Heartsill became certified after completing the floodplain management minor at Western Kentucky University, which is the only such program in the country.

  • Dollars and Sense

    Many people have lost their jobs in the last few months as the economy has turned sour. Scam artists are still fully employed, however, in good times and bad. In fact, the Kentucky Society of CPAs warns that the threat of being defrauded by a con artist probably rises during a recession, as money becomes tight and thieves work overtime to get their hands on yours.

  • Columnist reveals herbicidal tendencies


  • Cats, dogs and a princess ...

    IF YOU GO: Free performances of “The Little Princess” and “All That Jazz” will be performed by Allegro Dance Theatre 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center. A free performance of “Disney’s Cats and Dogs, Special Edition” will be offered 1 p.m. Saturday the PAC.

  • May 15 Civil Suits

    The following civil suits are filed in Hardin County Circuit Court in Elizabethtown. Et al is a Latin abbreviation meaning “and others.” Lawsuits give only one side of a disagreement and do not reflect any counterclaims and/or settlements that may have occurred since the initial suit was filed.

    Midland Funding LLC v. Delbert E. Peak, Rineyville Big Springs Road, Rineyville. Claims breach of contract. Seeks judgment in the sum of $8,215.62 plus interest.

  • A Dash of Class


    We seem to take Memorial Day for granted. Our thoughts are that it is the time for the pools to open, for vacations to begin. It is the unofficial start to summer and a day for grilling hamburgers and hot dogs, with potato salad and baked beans and some sweet concoction for dessert.

    Memorial Day (at one time called Decoration Day) started in 1868, when graves of those lost in the Union and Confederate Armies of the Civil War were decorated at Arlington National Cemetery.