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Today's News

  • South Hardin Community News

    South Hardin

    872-3223

    I am so thankful for the snow. It wasn’t much, but it was very beautiful. I am ready for the next snowfall and hoping for a white Christmas.

  • Student jailed for 'profanity,' disobedience

    VINE GROVE — An Elizabethtown teen was jailed Tuesday morning after Vine Grove police charged the Brown Street Education Center student with three misdemeanors.
    According to jail and court records, 18-year-old Netra Summer Lewis was arrested for “using profanity” toward police officers and a teacher, and refusing “to follow the direction of school officials.”

  • Alvey graduates from Special Forces Candidate One-Station Unit Training

    ALVEY. Army Pfc. Brandon M. Alvey has graduated from the Special Forces Candidate One-Station Unit Training at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga. After completing basic infantry training, the soldier will complete airborne school with a subsequent assignment to Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, N.C., to prepare for and attend the Special Forces Qualification Course as a weapons sergeant or engineer sergeant. Alvey is a 2006 graduate of Central High School in Cecilia.

  • Berry Proclaims November National American Indian Heritage Month

  • Rineyville teen dies after being shot during break-in

    A Rineyville man died Wednesday from a gunshot wound received during what police describe as an attempted invasion of a Sun & Fun mobile home park residence Tuesday night.
    Kentucky State Police at Elizabethtown’s Post 4 say 18-year-old Kevin Scott Puckett was crawling through a window at the home of Loretta Hawkins at 180 Tomahawk Trail. Hawkins fired a handgun at Puckett at about 7 p.m. Tuesday.

  • RISING VOICES: December Student Editor

    Caleb Sedlak is this month's student editor.

    Caleb is a 15-year-old freshman who is home schooled with FAITH Home School Group. He plays basketball and soccer and is involved in Boy Scouts. His hobbies include playing X-Box 360.

    He volunteers at Warm Blessings and is interested in a future career as an aerospace engineer.

    As student editor, Caleb led discussion at the planning meeting and assigned stories.

  • In pursuit of her killer, Reba Jean Jeter’s children are forever vigilant

    To prevent a cold case from becoming a forgotten one, family members of a Radcliff woman killed in 1978 continue to spread word about the unsolved murder and an enhanced reward.
    Wednesday afternoon, descendent of the late Reba Jean Jeter gathered at Elizabethtown Cemetery to launch 32 balloons.
    Each balloon represents one year that has passed since the 40-year-old mother of eight disappeared following a New Year’s Eve party in Elizabethtown on Dec. 31, 1978.

  • Rineyville teen dies after being shot

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    A Rineyville teenager has died at University Hospital in Louisville after being shot Tuesday night during what police describe as an attempted home invasion in the Sun & Fun mobile home park.
    According to a Kentucky State Police Post 4 news release, Kevin Scott Puckett, 18, was shot by a woman at 180 Tomahawk Trail while climbing through a kitchen window he’d broken around 7 p.m. after threatening her life.

  • Women's Empowerment Conference set for Jan. 15

    The News-Enterprise

    Demery & Associates will have its third annual Women's Empowerment Conference Jan. 15 at Colvin Community Center in Radcliff. The early registration deadline is Dec. 20.

    The one-day conference, themed "A Celebration of Extraordinary Women," will feature Jennifer Pitts Oldham and Brig. Gen. Robin Akin as speakers. The emphasis will be on empowering and equipping women of Kentucky with the tools needed to achieve personal, professional and family goals.

  • State police aim to cram a cruiser

    HARDIN COUNTY — State officials are challenging Kentucky State Police troopers, detectives and dispatchers to outdo their peers in at other posts in collecting food for shelters, churches and other groups serving less fortunate people.
    Dubbed “Cram the Cruiser,” the friendly competition pits each of KSP’s 16 posts against one another in collecting non-perishable food items.