Today's News

  • 3-21 Howevalley News

    By Mona Holbert 234-3298

  • 3-21 White Mills News

    White Mills Community news By Kathleen Booker 369-7101. HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Happy belated birthday on March 11 to Lena Wooden.

  • Community leaders attend Black history month event

    The recent Black History event “Past, Present and Future” the following community leaders were present. From left, Douglas H. Goodman, Karen V. McCord portraying Harriet Tubman, Stan Holmes portraying President Obama, Sharon McDowell, Larry D. Ashlock, J.J. Duvall and Curtis Brunson.


  • PREP SOFTBALL: Meade County's TSOA Tournament features solid field (03/26)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com Suffice it to say Mike Harreld has learned his lesson. After seeing numerous Meade County TSOA Tournaments interfered by rain, the Lady Waves’ coach is determined to make sure the weather has minimal impact for this year’s 16-team tournament, which is slated to feature 12 games tonight and 19 Saturday on three fie

  • Lincoln Trail psychiatric hospital expanding



    A local psychiatric hospital that is treating an increasing number of soldiers with combat stress and substance abuse problems is set for its second expansion in the past three years.

    Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System plans to add 24 beds to its Radcliff facility. “The new unit will include larger rooms, spacious classrooms and an activity therapy center,” according to a news release.

  • Panthers on the prowl for Pennies for Peace



    Loose change was spread across the table, as five middle-schoolers divided it into piles, counting it and spilling even more out of plastic jugs. Seventh-grader Marisa Pinkham summed up the point of all of those coins when she said, “some kids don’t get the same privileges as us.”

  • Billboard bill hits wall in Senate

    FRANKFORT — A bill exempting non-commercial billboards from the authority of the state’s permitting process ran into a wall Friday in the Senate, as the bill will not be called up from committee, the Louisville Courier-Journal reported.

    Senate leaders said they killed the bill because it could interfere with millions of dollars in federal beautification funding if passed, which would come from penalties placed on the state for not controlling outdoor advertising devices, according to the Courier-Journal.

  • March 28, 2010: Obituaries

    Grady W. Chandler

    Grady W. Chandler, 82, of Brandenburg, died Thursday, March 25, 2010, in Louisville.

    Survivors include his wife, Maurine L. Chandler; and one daughter, Gena Young.

    The funeral is at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Brandenburg United Methodist Church. Burial will follow at a later date in Eastlawn Cemetery.

    Visitation is from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at Bruington-Jenkins-Sturgeon Funeral Home in Brandenburg and from noon until 2 p.m. Tuesday at the church.

  • Water district approves county sewer plan



    Hardin County Water District No. 2 board members have approved a preliminary plan for a county sewer system that could impact all of Rineyville.

    The project, expected to cost $14.5 million, would provide municipal wastewater access to county residents, though a timeline for construction is not set.

  • COLLEGE DODGEBALL: Louisville to face WKU tonight at E'town (03/26)

    The News-Enterprise The American Dodgeball Association of America says it’s five Ds of dodgeball are dodge, dip, duck, dive and dodge. The Western Kentucky Hilltoppers insist a sixth D, drill, should be added to the list. Now in their third season of competitive collegiate dodgeball, the Hilltoppers, who play by the motto “where the rubber meets your face”