Today's News

  • Guess Who opens for Grand Funk

     IF YOU GO: Grand Funk Railroad and The Guess Who will perform rain or shine 8 p.m. Saturday at Freeman Lake Park as part of the Elizabethtown Summer Concert series. No alcoholic beverages, glass containers, video cameras or pets are allowed. Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the gate and can be purchased at Pritchard Community Center, T.J. Rhoades State Farm Insurance, Wendy's restaurants, WQXE or www.Ticketmaster.com. VIP tickets, which allow seating near the stage and closer parking, are available for $35 at Pritchard Community Center only.

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  • Caught in the Web



    Comparing Web sites to automobiles, the Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau’s site might be considered an antique.

    In the ever-evolving network of technology, the latest innovation can be rendered obsolete within months by an emerging trend. So too can a Web site find itself irrelevant if change does not occur.

    ETCB Executive Director Sherry Murphy said the bureau recognized the need for an extensive upgrade and partnered with Net Tango of Louisville to rebuild the site from scratch.

  • Pair charged with child abuse

    The News-Enterprise EDMONSON COUNTY — A Kentucky State Police Post 3 investigation into an April report of child abuse resulted in an Edmonson County grand jury’s indictment of two Bee Springs residents. According to a KSP Post 3 news release, a tip two months ago accused David Petty, 49, and Sarah Price, 23, of keeping a small child in a dog kennel at their home. Prel

  • St. Clair resentencing date remains undecided

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com Judges Elise Spainhour and Rodney Burress of the 55th Circuit have recused from the anticipated, but still unscheduled, resentencing hearing of Michael Dale St. Clair. The convicted killer from Oklahoma was found guilty by a Bullitt County jury 12 years ago of murdering Bardstown resident Frank Brady near Lebanon Junction in 1991.

  • With BRAC, rental property in demand



    Thousands of new residents are moving to the Hardin County area with the Fort Knox post realignment, but they may have to take a number if they’re looking to rent.

    The Army post is hitting a population spike this year as the Human Resources Command moves in and before the Armor Center moves out.

  • Anonymous tip creates real damage

    I am writing regarding the article published Tuesday, July 22, concerning dismission of marijuana charges against Jody Bingham. I have known Jody all my life and I am troubled that someone could ruin someone's life so easily.

  • June 24, 2010: Obituaries

    Anna Leona Belt Anna Leona Belt, 90, of Elizabethtown, died Wednesday, June 23, 2010, at North Hardin Health and Rehabilitation Center in Radcliff. She was a native of New Haven and a member of Memorial United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold S. Belt Sr. She is survived by two sons, Harold S. (Peggy) Belt Jr. of Owensboro and James G. (

  • June 25, 2010: Our readers write

    Red for the troops

    Wearing red today will let our troops know the once “silent majority” is on their side more than ever, certainly more than the media lets on.

    We live in the land of the free, only because of the brave. Their blood runs red, so wear red. May God help America to become one nation, under God.

    B. J. Lucas


    Dangers of anonymous tips

  • June 24 editorial: Hall of Fame honors a pair of locals

    TOPIC: Morse, Stockton to Hall of Fame

    OUR VIEW: Recognition is well deserved

    Come April 16 of next year, Dick Morse and Joey Stockton will join a select group in Kentucky’s rich sports history. They will become Hall-of-Famers.