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Today's News

  • Man arrested for animal shelter burglary

    By DEANNA LASLEY Landmark News Service After more than two months of investigation, Leitchfield detective Gary Troutman has arrested a man in connection with a burglary and animal cruelty case involving the Grayson County Animal Shelter. Aubrey Dewayne Russell, 27, of Leitchfield, was arrested Thursday on charges of first-degree cruelty to animals, third-degree burglary, theft by un

  • May 2 South Hardin

     

    South Hardin Daphne Turpin, 872-3223 Next Sunday is Mother’s Day, so I hope everyone has their shopping done. It’s time to make plans to spend time with those moms that mean so much. My mom’s birthday is on Monday so she gets double time this week.

  • Radcliff Rotary learns about 'SPARC'

    Rotarian Allan Francis had as his guest this week Sheila O’Mara of “Speakers With Spark.” O’Mara reviewed for the club a special program for young people she hopes to bring to the county called SPARC; Skills, Practices, Achieving, Real, Change. SPARC delivers tips, tricks, techniques and encouragement that offer real solutions to the many challenges students face in their daily lives. Included in the program are Health and Nutrition, Goal Setting, Stress Management, Communication/Listening Skills, Conflict Management, Problem Solving and much more.

  • Dance Centre has ‘Day of Dance’

    On March 13, several students from the Dance Centre of Elizabethtown attended the Celtic Crossroads Dance Workshop, sponsored in part by the PAC, held at the Kentucky Center for the Arts in Louisville.

    The dancers received a tour of the Louisville Ballet studio, attended a special forum on the dance profession with artistic director Bruce Simpson, and were invited to observe a special rehearsal of the company’s upcoming production of Swan Lake.

  • Habitat completes 39th home in Hardin County

     

    Hardin County Habitat for Humanity recently dedicated its 39th home in Hardin County.

    The home was completed and sold to the Kristen Jackson family in early April. Larry Mengel, executive director, officiated at the dedication along with Kristen Jackson’s family, friends, clergy, HCHFH Board of Directors and co-workers.

  • Photos: Spring Fling
  • Colesburg cleanup: Deja vu all over again

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    There’s one basin in Hardin County that’s due for a good wash.

    For the lowlands along the Rolling Fork basin, that cleanup is coming — one way or another.

    Several inches of rain May 1 and 2 caused Kentucky and Tennessee streams to burst from their banks and flood developed areas, agricultural fields, towns and anything else in the way. The receding water left a brown scum of dried sediment.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Freshmen lead Central past E'town, 9-5 (5/7)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com Central Hardin freshmen Drew Harrington and Troy Squires didn’t have good nights at the plate in a 5-3 loss to Elizabethtown on April 20. The duo more than made up for it in their second outing against the Panthers. Harrington and Squ

  • Chamber presents ABC Awards
  • April 25 Pets of the Week

    Pet of the Week This adult male Shih Tzu named “Rueben” and this deaf adult male Australian Shepherd mix named “Jasper” are in need of loving homes. If you are interested in adopting them contact the Hardin County Animal Control at (270) 769-3428 or visit them at 116 Nicholas St. in Elizabethtown. Visit www.hcky.org/animalcontrol.asp for more information. All d