Today's News

  • North's Campbell resigns as athletic director (4/27)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — North Hardin athletic director Alan Campbell spent the last eight years watching countless players come through the school’s various athletic programs. Now, he’s doing something for the three most important people in his life – his children.

  • April 27: Services


  • Swine flu avoiding Kentucky, so far


  • Shining a light on child abuse



    ELIZABETHTOWN — A student-oriented organization at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College has again organized its efforts as part of April’s Child Abuse Awareness Month this year to recognize and shine a light on the number of child abuse cases in Kentucky.

    In tribute to the abused, The Phoenix Club is hosting its third child abuse awareness vigil today in room 112 of the Administration Building.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: North goes 4-1 in Greenwood Battle Border (4/27)

    The News-Enterprise The North Hardin Trojans enjoyed another solid weekend. A week after finishing second in the Crusade for Children tournament at Fort Knox, the Trojans (17-3-1) went 4-1 in the Greenwood Border Battle to finish in the top eight of the 24-team tournament. n In an elimination game, Christian County, wh


    Hardin County History Museum spokeswoman Susan McCrobie watches Monday as Deanna "Deedie" Enoch Best Layman puts on her glasses to take in the poster designed to honor her father, Robert Enoch, in the gallery of the Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown. Enoch, who died in 1981, was longtime manager of the theater. The poster was presented by the Hardin County Historical Society and the museum. It will become part of the museum's permanent collection.


  • Glendale teen charged in thefts



    GLENDALE – A teen jailed Sunday on theft charges has police connecting him to a series of Glendale area burglaries under investigation in recent weeks.

    Jonah Robey, 18, of Glendale, was caught by a homeowner who’d been napping Saturday when Robey unlawfully entered the home, said Kentucky State Police Trooper Brian Mouser.

  • Extended school days end today

    HARDIN COUNTY — Today is the last of the 10 extended school days for Hardin County Schools. School days were extended by 36 minutes in the district as a way to make up for one of the days missed because of the ice storm at the beginning of the year. The 10 days began April 15.


  • RISING VOICES: Student editor for March

    Julienne Moore, 16, is this month's Rising Voices student editor.

    She is a junior with FAITH Home school Group and is involved in Bluegrass JOOI Club, Teen Court, choir, the youth group and worship team at Northside Baptist Church and MACCL Youth Orchestra. Her hobbies include playing piano, violin and guitar, art, creative writing and dance. She works at Gracefully Your's Tearoom and volunteers through JOOI Club and her church with organizations such as America's Second Harvest, nursing homes and others.

  • RISING VOICES: A ray of hope