Today's News

  • New year means new growth for Radcliff



    RADCLIFF — Next year likely will be an eventful one for this military town.

    Officials and developers expect 2010 to be a banner year for growth because of the Fort Knox Army post realignment, which will include the arrival of the Human Resources Command.

    The resulting population increase — along with new high-paying civilian jobs on post — is expected to bring both benefits and challenges.

  • Music, faith and love

    BOX: To learn more about Matt and Joanna Black and their music go to www.mattandjoannablack.com or view their Facebook page at www.facebook.com\mattandjoannablack. You also can follow them on Twitter: @Matt_Black and @joanna_black.

  • Knit one, fret two


  • Dec. 30, 2009: Services

    Naomi Lucille Skaggs Bailey, 84, of Magnolia, died Monday, Dec. 28, 2009. The funeral is at 2 p.m. EST today at Three Forks Bacon Creek Baptist Church in Hart County with burial in Friendship No. 1 Church Cemetery in Hart County. Visitation continues at 10 a.m. EST today at the church. Dixon-Rogers Funeral Home in Magnolia is in charge of arrangements.

  • Man shot, killed by police

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — Police shot and killed a Tennessee man outside John Hardin High School late Christmas night when, after a chase, he brandished what to officers appeared to be a pistol. Earlier in the night, Thomas Everett of Elizabethton, Tenn., and his girlfriend allegedly left the Rainbow Tavern in Meade County without pa

  • 12-23 Lending a Hand


  • OPINION: Bulldogs pay fitting tribute to Irvin (12/29)

    A few thoughts on the world of sports after enjoying a Christmas break with family. I hope all of you had a good holiday and here’s wishing you a happy New Year. So much is made of rivalries in sports and there’s probably not one bigger in the area than John Hardin versus North Hardin. You wear red and black. Or you wear blue and white. You’re a Bulldog.

  • Photo: A ghost of Christmas past
  • Rising Voices: What YOU said

    The following are responses to a Facebook discussion question asking local teens: What did you do for Halloween and did you dress up?

    I went around downtown for a late-birthday thing. The only "Halloween" thing I did was carving pumpkins: one zombie, one dead, and one throwing up. They're adorable. :D — Mary Kate Elliott

    I helped at a trunk or treat and then took my dog Duke trick or treating in his skunk costume — Becca Owsley

  • Rising Voices: Point/Counterpoint


    Cell phones are amazing technology. You can get on the Internet, update your Facebook and text your friends all at the same time. But does this really need to go on during school?

    Most of us have at least once been irritated by a classmate with a nonstop vibrating phone who is texting through the whole class.

    It really is very distracting. Not to mention it could cause future issues. If you can't pay attention in class, you may end up failing. Then guess what. You get to take the class again.