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Today's News

  • The Best: Sourdough bread and zucchini sticks

  • Four arrested at police checkpoint

    Several Hardin County law enforcement agencies participated in drunken driving checkpoint Saturday night that yielded four DUI arrests.

    West Point, Radcliff and Elizabethtown police departments participated, as did Kentucky State Police, Hardin County Sheriff’s Office and Hardin County Detention Center, West Point Chief Butch Curl said.

    The checkpoint was set up on Dixie Highway in West Point and officers were out there from midnight until 4 a.m., Curl said.

  • Aspiring super hero raises money for hospital after 65 surgeries

    Jennifer Aberl gaped in horror at her 8-year-old son when he said he hopes to make it to 100 surgeries.

    Shawn Aberl II, a third-grader at New Highland Elementary School, already has experienced more than 60 surgeries.

    His parents aren’t sure exactly how many there have been, but the boy counts 65. He thinks 100 is a good number.

    Jennifer and her husband, Shawn, both sergeants first class with the U.S. Army Human Resource Command, did not know until their son’s birth that anything was wrong.

  • Richardson: 'Heartland Festival needs boost'

    Brad Richardson believes the Kentucky Heartland Festival needs a “boost” as the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce starts conversations with Elizabethtown city and tourism officials about the festival’s uncertain future.  
     

    Richardson, executive director of the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce, said many questions are in limbo as the chamber backs the creation of a festival commission to start managing community events and festivals so it can shift focus to small business initiatives and economic development.

  • NAACP promotes unified front at Freedom Fund Banquet

    The Hardin County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People celebrated a milestone this weekend by calling for unity to tackle social injustices and local needs.

    The Hardin County NAACP hosted its 20th annual Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday at Fort Knox’s Leader’s Club, in which members renewed its purpose in fighting for equality while recognizing with awards those who have played an integral role in its mission.

  • Senior life: Listen to caregivers

    You meet someone in passing, at a store or on the street, and ask how he or she is doing. But instead of waiting and really listening for the reply, you keep walking, not giving their reply the full thought or attention it deserves.
    Were you really interested in how the individual actually was or were you just using social manners? What would the response had been if you had actually stopped and given full attention to the other person’s situation?

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Meade pounds former district foe (8/29)

    Max Cundiff and his Meade County teammates had one glaring fact burned into their minds during practice last week: Entering Saturday, the Green Wave had not beaten the Greenwood Gators.

    Behind the left arm and legs of senior quarterback Thomas Wilson and the continued maturation of their offensive line, the Green Wave rolled to a 45-14 win over the Gators in the nightcap of the Joe Jaggers Bowl at North Hardin’s Ray Story Stadium.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: John Hardin passes early road test (8/29)

    LEXINGTON — The Golden Rule is do to others as you would have them do to you and that is exactly what the John Hardin Bulldogs did to the Lexington Catholic Knights on Saturday night.

    Lexington Catholic has a deep-rooted tradition of putting up impressive passing numbers and this year is no different, while the Bulldogs are just the opposite, renowned for producing great running backs and piling up staggering rushing numbers.

  • Kamer Speaks At E-Shrm Meeting

    Mauritia Kamer, attorney for Stites & Harbison, left, with Elizabethtown Society of Human Resources Management E-SHRM president Kris Wood, spoke at the August meeting on skills for performing an effective investigation. The next E-SHRM meeting is at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 16, at Elizabethtown Community & Technical College. Visit  http://elizabethtown.shrm.org for information.

  • Radcliff man arrested on assault, custodial interference charges

    The News-Enterprise
    A Radcliff man was arrested Sunday evening on assault and custodial intervention charges after he took his 6-month-old child from the mother’s home at 251 Shelby Ave., Radcliff spokesman Bryce Shumate said.
    Sherrod R. Moore is charged with fourth-degree assault fourth-degree, custodial interference and violation of a domestic violence order, Shumate said.