Today's News

  • Band weathers change, plans third album


  • July 1, 2010: Our readers write

    Ode to Obama and oil

    On the first week of the oil spill, Obama gave to me: Another speech on TV.

    On the second week of the oil spill, Obama gave to me: Two rounds of golf and another speech on TV.

    On the third week of the oil spill, Obama gave to me: Three EPA enforcers, two rounds of golf and another speech on TV.

    On the fourth week of the oil spill, Obama gave to me: Four Coast Guard cutters, three EPA enforcers, two rounds of golf and another speech on TV.

  • Ask the Expert: Taking care of you

      By Donny Gill     Women today are faced with a lot of expectations: Holding down a job, running a household, getting the children to and from events. The list goes on.

  • June 30, 2010: Obituaries

    Christine Hunt Clark


    Christine Hunt Clark, 95, of New Haven, died Monday, June 28, 2010, at Colonial Health and Rehab in Bardstown.

    Survivors include her husband, James R. Clark.

    The funeral is at 11 a.m. Thursday at Mattingly Funeral Home in Loretto with burial in Holy Cross Cemetery.

    Visitation is from 3 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.


    Gladys Irene Seaton

  • Contract postal unit opens in north E'town



    Faced with challenges such as e-mail and increasing delivery costs, the U.S. Postal Service is looking to save money.

    A way for it to do so — while expanding services — is to set up shop inside other businesses instead of building new post offices.

    One of the contract postal units recently opened on the north side of Elizabethtown in Borders Custom Framing and Fine Gifts.

    A grand opening and open house is planned for noon Wednesday.

  • Teacher to be reinstated after drug charges dismissed



    With misdemeanor charges against a former Valley High School teacher now dismissed, Jefferson County Public Schools officials plan to reinstate the Elizabethtown man, who was fired after being charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in Hardin County.

    Jody Bingham, 49, lost both his teaching position with JCPS and his tennis coaching position at Elizabethtown High School after the charges surfaced.

  • Three from Cecilia hurt in wreck

    The News-Enterprise

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Kentucky State Police say a wreck at 12:33 p.m.  Wednesday in the 14000 block of St John Road in Elizabethtown injured three Cecilia residents.

    A 1978 Ford pickup was traveling south on St. John Road when it ran off the right side of the road, over an embankment and then into a creek, according to police.

    The driver, Jonathon Hart, 20, of Cecilia, was flown to University Hospital in Louisville with serious injuries.

  • KY 1407 in Hardin County closed today for railroad repairs

    The News-Enterprise

    Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 4 is advising motorists to find an alternate route and detour today around Ky. 1407, known as Nolin Road, as railroad repairs will close the road to traffic.

    According to District 4 spokesman Mark Brown, Ky. 1407 will be shut down near Sonora.

    CSX workers will be making repairs to an intersecting railroad there.

  • A Dash of Class: July's 'finest cook' is Norma Horn


    Being the first of the month, it is the time to honor One of Hardin County’s Finest Cooks, and what a pleasure it is to honor someone I have known for some time.

    Nominated by her daughters, Amy Horn Meredith and Monica Horn Iler, this month’s honoree is Norma Goodman Horn of Howevalley. Not only did I have Norma and her husband in class at West Hardin High School, I also had her two daughters, Monica and Amy, at Central Hardin High School.

  • Recycling trailer looking for new home



    Hardin County's recycling trailer in Stephensburg may have vanished, but it is not a permanent disappearing act.

    The trailer — once at the corner of U.S. 62 and Eastview Road — was forced to relocate once the landowner sold the property, said Bob Hall, county solid waste coordinator.

    The previous owner allowed the county to place the trailer there because he was not using the corner, Hall continued, but the new owner has identified a use for the property.