Today's News

  • Tanner receives Star Young Student Award

    Five-year-old Tanner Skaggs was given the Star Young Student Award from The Music Studio of Terry Strange for his accomplishments on his music studies. Tanner is the youngest student enrolled at the studio and has worked extra hard on his music lessons. The award was given by instructor and owner Terry Strange.

  • Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System appreciates support

    As we enter this season of giving and gratitude, I want to take this opportunity to thank the very generous and kind supporters of Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System and United Way of Cen-tral Kentucky.

  • PREP WRESTLING ROUNDUP: Hawks win Raider Rumble; Central finishes second at KOB (12/11)





    UNION — Results from Saturday’s Raider Rumble at Ryle High School:


    LaRue County                                      273.0

  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: North sweeps wins at Cameron Irvin Classic (12/11)

    Junior Chanel Roberts posted a double-double to lead the North Hardin Lady Trojans to a 39-31 win over Louisville Central on Saturday in the first game of the Cameron Irvin Classic at North Hardin.

    Roberts had 14 points and 15 rebounds for North Hardin (4-1), while senior Brianna Woodson chipped in with 14 points and three steals.

    Sophomore Morgan Barrick pulled down 10 rebounds for the Lady Trojans, who outscored Central 16-5 in the third quarter.


  • Live Nativity spreads Christmas message

    Lexie Jones, a fifth-grader at G.C. Burkhead Elementary School in Elizabethtown, has been a shepherd in a parking lot on College Street in Elizabethtown for a couple days almost every year for the past six years because she thinks it’s fun.

    She took her turn Saturday in the parking lot across from Brown Funeral Home being dressed in a costume pulled from a pile in the back of a vehicle. She settled on a bale of hay surrounding the goat, sheep and donkey she enjoys petting each year.

  • Marching to Frankfort

    Two area marching bands are getting ready to be part of history.

    The John Hardin High School and LaRue County High School bands are preparing to play Tuesday at the inauguration ceremonies for Gov. Steve Beshear in Frankfort.

    Hardin County Schools was asked by the inaugural committee to send a group of students to perform. JHHS was chosen because of its third place finish in Class 4-A in the state marching band competition this fall.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: E'town tops Central for district win (12/11)

    The third quarter proved to be the charm for the Elizabethtown Panthers on Friday night.

    The Panthers outscored Central Hardin, 16-6 in the third quarter and then held on for a 55-46 victory after the Bruins cut the lead to two in a 17th District game on Central Hardin’s Terry Buckles Court.

    “We came out the third quarter playing harder,” said senior forward Jansen Flood, who had 17 points, seven rebounds and three assists. “We focused on defense and rebounding the ball. We pushed the ball when we had chances.”

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: Bardstown knocks off John Hardin (12/11)

    The Bardstown Tigers had a hard time Friday night in Radcliff with John Hardin’s new big Greene monster.

    The visiting Tigers countered with a big game from one of their smallest players.

  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Nelson topples Lady Panthers (12/09)

    The News-Enterprise

    The Nelson County Lady Cardinals ended 12 years of frustration Thursday night.

    Homestanding Nelson County took a six-point lead into the locker room and held on for a 46-44 win over the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers – the Lady Cardinals’ first win in the series since Jan. 7, 1999.

    Eighth-grader Erin Boley paced Elizabethtown (3-1) with 13 points and four rebounds, while junior Alexis Powell added 12 points, five rebounds and three steals.

    Senior Kaylyn Cecil chipped in with 10 points and four assists.

  • PREP BASKETBALL: District games highlight Friday slate (12/09)

    When the Central Hardin Bruins and Elizabethtown Panthers get together on the hardwood, one thing is always certain: the game is going to be intense.

    The Bruins and Panthers renew their rivalry tonight at 7:30 at Bruin Gym in the 17th District opener for both teams.

    “We’re ready. I don’t know what the outcome will be, but we’re ready to play,” Central Hardin coach J.C. Wright said Thursday evening. “It’ll be good to see where we’re at and work on things that will make us better.”