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Today's News

  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Eastern knocks off North; Knox girls pick up first win (09/24)

     

    The News-Enterprise

    Homestanding Louisville Eastern scored two second-half goals to rally past the North Hardin Trojans, 2-0 on Thursday.

    Eastern outshot North Hardin (6-7-3), 15-10. North Hardin sophomore keeper Tyler Malcolm made eight saves.

    UP NEXT: North Hardin hosts Louisville Butler at 11:30 Saturday morning.

    TIE: LARUE COUNTY 3, SOUTH WARREN 3. Homestanding South Warren scored with 10 seconds left to tie the Hawks (8-2-3).

  • Photo: Sunshine
  • A shot of Sour Whiskey

     

  • PREP GOLF ROUNDUP: Thursday's results (09/24)

     

    GOLF

    BOYS’ PREP

    THURSDAY’S EVENTS MEADE COUNTY 161, BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY 175

    HARNED — Results from Thursday’s nine-hole match on the front nine at Breckinridge County Country Club:

  • United Way plans competition to enhance Panther Place

    The News-Enterprise

    The United Way of Central Kentucky is hosting a competition to see which team can create the most impressive change to one room of Panther Place — a free after-school program for at-risk elementary students to receive academic assistance as well as exposure to the arts and athletics.

    Panther Place also serves students’ families to cultivate a community bond.

    There is an entrance fee of $500 per team, but that entry fee will be returned to teams as a gift card to fund renovations.

  • A Dash of Class: Apple recipes

    By NORA SWEAT

    The official beginning of fall is next week, and one fruit in particular is associated with the season: the apple.

    Here are some facts you might find interesting about the apple:

  • KCCT results show vast reading, math improvement

    By KELLY R. CANTRALL

    kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com

    Local school districts reported a mixed bag of improvements and declines in 2010 Kentucky Core Content Test results, which publicly were released today. Many schools saw improvements in reading and math, while science and social studies scores trended lower from 2009.

    The test is in transition, as the General Assembly has done away with the Commonwealth Accountability Testing System and a new system won’t fully be in place until the 2011-12 school year.

  • Upton woman wins state recipe contest

     

    The News-Enterprise

    Jayne Judd Adams of Upton won first place in the Fleischmann’s Yeast Bake for the Cure at the Kentucky State Fair for her Blueberry Bliss dessert dish.

    This is the second time Adams has won top honors in the contest. A 2007 win with her Orange Nirvana recipe resulted in her advancing to the nationals and winning the grand prize of $1,000.

  • Trucker admits DUI

    The News-Enterprise

    An Alabama trucker pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of prescription drugs Wednesday in Elizabethtown’s 9th District Court after serving 12 days in the county jail.

    Court records show District Judge Kim Shumate ordered William T. Dockery, 45, of Peterson, Ala., to pay standard fines, service fees and court costs totaling nearly $1,000 after he entered the plea. Dockery also was sentenced to 12 days in jail, which he served awaiting trial.

  • E'town artist named Yeiser Center Artist of the Month