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  • As flood water recedes, families stay where they can

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com

    Several families have spent much of this week camped on an entrance ramp to Ky. 313 — on high enough ground to keep themselves, their pets and possessions out of the coffee colored water that coveresmuch of the surrounding countryside.

  • FISHING: Radcliff resident reels in big catfish (05/06)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com David Rogers knows one good way to spend a rainy day: Out on the banks of a lake. On a rainy Saturday afternoon in late April, Rogers was fishing with Adrian Stewart and members of his family at Mike & Diane’s Pay Lake in Flaherty. His haul included one of the biggest fish he’s ever caught in his 30-plus years on the w

  • Radcliff festival showcases women's art

    By KELLY R. CANTRALL kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com A Radcliff festival will highlight women’s artistry this weekend. The Every Woman’s Arts and Crafts Spring Festival is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Colvin Community Center. The event will feature a variety of items, including jewelry, photography, pottery and baskets, all made by women. The festival is free and

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    Every year there are 300 to 400 abused and neglected children in Hardin County Family Court. They are in court through no fault of their own, but because their parents or caregivers cannot or will not care for them. Substance abuse, domestic violence, mental health issues, poverty, and generational patterns of abuse all contribute to child maltreatment in Hardin County.

  • April 25 Services

    There are no additional pending services.

  • Photos: Napping in a nest
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  • May 7, 2010: Our readers write

    Go ahead and show your papers

    Do you have papers? If you are stopped by a police officer while driving, are you asked for your license? If you apply for a passport are you asked to show a birth certificate? Job application? Social Security card. Yes to all. Many Americans are asked for ID for all manner of things. Maybe a license or birth certificate or Social Security card could be called ... papers? I have to prove who I am in many legal situations, why not those who might have entered our country illegally?

  • Troopers recognized for work

    The News-Enterprise FRANKFORT —  Kentucky State Police posts across the bluegrass recognized the outstanding work of troopers and detectives throughout the agency in Frankfort on Wednesday as part of an annual celebration. Stamping Ground resident Kenneth B. Russell, a trooper with KSP Post 12 in Frankfort, was named Trooper of the Year for the state. The 27-year veteran logged ne

  • Quilters blanket wounded soldiers with thanks

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com A group of appreciative quilters from up north rolled into Fort Knox on Wednesday with an escort of American Legion motorcycle riders. Their mission: Distribute 611 quilts to wounded soldiers. The busload of Quilts of Valor Foundation members distributed the blankets, which they made, under a courtyard pavilion at the Warrior Trans