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    Husband: Mike

    Children: 6

    Pets: Three dogs

    Hobbies: Taking care of family, gardening and yard work

    Book recently read: “Finger Lickin’ Fifteen” by Janet Evanovich (“I read strictly for entertainment.”)

  • Dollars and Sense: Don't let a loan ruin a relationship

    Now that banks have tightened their lending standards, it is more difficult to borrow money — even for those with strong credit histories. So what do you do if you need a loan? Many people are turning to friends and family to borrow funds. The Kentucky Society of CPAs warns that some smart steps are needed to prevent the loan from damaging a good relationship.


  • Child ID solicitor alarms police

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — Radcliff police say a man offering a free child identifier registry service to Meadow View Elementary-area families is falsely saying he’s sanctioned by city police when he’s not. Radcliff police grew concerned with the situation last week after a city resident called with questions about the man, the “free servic

  • Radcliff teacher set to exhibit ‘Freedom to Dream’



    RADCLIFF — A local teacher showed some love to the city known for  brotherly love by sharing her artwork after being inspired by art that was already there.

    Brenda Del Rosario, a special education teacher at Parkway Elementary School, recently finished a mural in Philadelphia, which will be displayed on a building in the city’s downtown area in September. A ceremony to unveil it is Sept. 27.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: North Hardin Christian loses opener, 12-0 (08/23)

    The News-Enterprise SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. — Evan Boardman caught two touchdown passes to lead homestanding South Haven to a 12-0 win over North Hardin Christian on Saturday. The loss was the Falcons’ first under first-year coach Jeremy Thompson. “We weren’t able to come out and control the line of scrimmage like we had hoped,” Thompson said. The Falcons (

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bruins pound Logan County (8/23)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com RUSSELLVILLE — The Central Hardin Bruins unveiled a new look and a new attitude. The Bruins, playing for the first time with white helmets with a bear decal on each side, fell behind early in the first quarter, but instead of hanging their heads, they responded by scoring on their next si

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Newberry powers LaRue County by Campbellsville (08/23)



    CAMPBELLSVILLE — A good night for Drew Newberry equated to a great opener for his LaRue County Hawks.

    Newberry, a 6-foot, 228-pound sophomore fullback, had game highs in rushing yards (122), receiving yards (95), carries (19) and receptions (four) as the Hawks wore down the Campbellsville Eagles, 30-12 in Saturday night’s opening game of the Forcht Bank Bowl at Dave Fryrear Field.

  • BOYS'/GIRLS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Panthers roll to big win over Knox, 10-0 (08/23)

    The News-Enterprise A big second-half barrage led the Elizabethtown Panthers to a big win Saturday. The visiting Panthers scored four goals in 6 minutes en route to a 10-0 win over 10th District rival Fort Knox in their season opener. “I changed a few things at halftime, and we came out and did well,” Elizabethtown coach Jon Parsons said. Senior Jack Goblirsch scored tw

  • Aug. 21 Building Permits

    The following building permit information has been obtained from Hardin County Planning and Development Commission and the City of Elizabethtown Planning and Development offices. The name of the applicant, applicant’s address and use of permit are listed.

    Philip T. Stone, 236 Berkshire Ave., Rineyville. Use: basement remodel.

    James and Donna Hand, 2890 Lower Colesburg Road, Elizabethtown. Use: pole barn.

    Sharon Richardson, 37 Sulky Court, Elizabethtown. Use: covered deck.

    William and Kittie Metcalf, 1144 Hutcherson Lane, Elizabethtown. Use: sunroom.

  • Aug. 14, 2009: Our readers write


    If the shoe fits

    We now see town hall meetings and rallies all across this country. Many Americans are upset about health care reforms President Barack Obama and his cronies are trying to force on us. The one overriding problem is that none of the liberal Democrats who support  Obama have read the bill.