Today's News

  • Commodities distribution locations changing

    Staff report

    HARDIN COUNTY — Starting next month, the distribution of government commodities to income-eligible households will change.

    No longer will commodities be distributed from churches, Helping Hand and North Hardin HOPE. Instead, distribution will be at a central location on the third Wednesday morning of each month from 9 a.m. until noon. The first such centralized distribution will be Oct. 21.

  • Wheelmen plan to put safety first during Saturday event

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — In the wake of bike-related vehicle crashes in Louisville and Radcliff, organizers are approaching Saturday’s Share the Road Tour with a reinvigorated focus. Carmen Coyle, Central Kentucky Wheelmen president, said the event will focus significantly on safety. “We want to educate people so that type of acc

  • Hearts in Africa




    ELIZABETHTOWN — “We are all part of the same family, no matter what country we live in,” Paula Cohn said. “What happens in Africa has influence in what’s going on in the United States.”

    Reflecting on her April 30 - May 18 trip to Zambia, Africa, Cohn of Elizabethtown believes that more than ever.

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  • E’town man feels ride calling


    You can read Mike Barrow's blog for his participation in Ride: Well Bike Tour, a cross-country tour from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C., at http://ridewelltour.ning.com/profile/MikeBarrow.



    ELIZABETHTOWN — Thirty pounds and three months ago, Mike Barrow was not a regular cyclist. He rode his bike maybe a couple of times a year.

  • Far From Home: A series about local travelers

    For research or relief work, education or enjoyment, area residents are packing their things this spring and summer , boarding  planes, trains, even bicycles, bound for interesting places and grand adventures. Check the list of headlines below frequently for the latest stories and guest blogs in this series about these people and their travels far from home.

  • Sept. 11 Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

    Renee L. Busse and Matthew Ryan Howell to Lee Don Jr. and Rosemarie Helms, lot 10 Winnington Place Subdivision, county, $165,000.

    Bank of England to Lonnie Allen, 712 Park Lane, Radcliff, $92,000.

    Accent Homes Inc. to Angela and Anthony Brinkley, 649 Wind Brook, Elizabethtown, $258,345.

    Twelve Baskets of Kentucky LLC to Edwin Omar and Katherin J. Bonet, 1092 South Woodland Drive, Radcliff, $80,000.

  • Cool autumn can warm the home

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com HARDIN COUNTY — This fall’s show doesn’t have to be confined to the trees. You can incorporate the colors — even the feel of autumn — in and around your home. Teran Ransom, a

  • Fall Home & Garden 2009

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  • 9-11 Religion Briefs