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Today's News

  • NAACP hold Freedom Fund Banquet

    The 19th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet with NAACP National President and CEO, Benjamin T. Jealous, Senator Elizabeth Tori, and NAACP Hardin County Branch President, Allan Francis was held recently.

     

  • Sept. 20 Rineyville news

     

  • Annual Heartland Senior Q held

     

    On Aug. 17, Elizabethtown Mayor David Willmoth Jr. signed a proclamation setting aside Aug. 22 as Senior Q Day in Elizabethtown. Members of the city council were present and Alan Winkenhofer of Wink’s Smokehouse addressed the group on Senior Q activities to date.

    On Aug. 21 and 22, men of First Presbyterian Church and Wink’s Smokehouse teamed up again at Helmwood Healthcare facility in Elizabethtown for the annual Heartland Senior Q. This year, Allegro Community Assisted Liv-ing attended with an additional 100 persons.

  • Morningside friends spend time together

    A group of Morningside Senior Center friends enjoyed some time together recently. From left, Della Horn, Mary Hillard, Alberta Nelson, Gene Vance, Kathleen Fox and Pauline Cornett.

  • Homecoming court named at Central Hardin

     

    Central Hardin High School will have its football homecoming game on Sept. 11 against the Ohio County Eagles. The following students have been selected to represent their classes in the homecoming court: front row from left, Briana Slaughter, Ciara Bagley, Kevena Larkins, Shelby Erickson, Rachel Priddy, Madeline Lewis and Tara Straight; back row from left, Savannah Haberman, Autumn Lafollette, Morgan Fulkerson, Hannah Cox, Emily Churchman, Chelsea Alvey, Emily Milby, Lauren Brammer and Kaylyn Bowen.

  • Sept. 20 Howevalley news

     

    Howevalley Mona Holbert, 234-3298

  • Area representatives attend American Legion Auxiliary National Convention

    The American Legion Auxiliary National Convention was held in Louisville this year and Kentucky was well represented. Pictured are the pages and convention chairman from Kentucky and the Hardin County area: from left, Patty Heath, Ladeen Booker, PDP Pam Rice, Bonita Robey, Jenny Nall, Barbara Burkhart and Donna Thurman. Not pictured but attending, Jerilynn Kabel.

  • Teen takes ‘trip of a lifetime’

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — Elephants, tigers and bugs made up the trip of a lifetime for a Central Hardin High School sophomore this summer. Kaitlyn Thompson, 15, spent 17 days in Thailand learning about the culture and how to be a mahout — or elephant trainer — through a group called Rustic Pathways.  The first part of the trip wa

  • Cardinal Health initiative is 'Essential to Community'

    By JEFF D’ALESSIO

    jdalessio@thenewsenterprise.com

    RADCLIFF — The red T-shirts Cardinal Health employees wore could be seen clearly Friday morning through a thick early morning fog that blanketed Radcliff.

    And so could the lights from vehicles cutting through the fog in front of North Hardin HOPE.

    That’s where those who need help were met by a smile and box of food to carry them over for a few days.

  • Sept. 27, 2009: Obituaries

    James Thomas Carter James Thomas Carter, 97, of Magnolia, died Saturday, Sept. 26, 2009, at his daughter’s residence in Magnolia. Arrangements are incomplete at Dixon-Rogers Funeral Home in Magnolia.   Catherene ‘Miss Dottie’ Singleton Escue Clark Catherene “Miss Dottie” Singleton Escue Clark, 81, of Battletown, died Friday, Sept. 25, 2