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  • T.K. Stone rallies around student hurt in accident


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    University of Louisville Hospital

    Tyler Dile

    c/o 8th West Wing

    530 S. Jackson Street

    Louisville, KY




    Whether it has been money collected for the family, a care basket, T-shirts made honoring their son or the many visits by T.K. Stone Middle School staff, Eddie Dile said the support his son and family have received “has been just incredible.’’

  • March 19, 2010: Obituaries

    Lizzie Compton Lizzie Compton, 98, of Elizabethtown, died Thursday, March 18, 2010, after a brief illness. A lifelong resident of Hardin County, she was preceded in death by her husband, Walter Compton, in 1994.  She is survived by two daughters, Marcella Morgan and Bernard and Alice L. Hager, all of Elizabethtown; three granddaughters, Lynn Hager Durnil and John of G

  • Habitat for Humanity ReStore is open

    The Hardin County Habitat for Humanity ReStore is located at 6746 S. Wilson Road (the old Roy’s Furniture Store) in Elizabethtown. They accept donations of serviceable furniture, tools, appliances, and building materials during those hours and then re-sell them at attractive prices. All proceeds from sales go to the construction of homes. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturday. There is limited pick up capability. Call 270-505-2448 to schedule a pick up or for more information.


  • Last day June 2 for HCS

    Save the date

    The Hardin  County Schools board approved graduation dates for its three high schools and its GED program.

    GED program, or Hardin County High School, graduation is at 7 p.m. May 27 at Central Hardin High School.

    North Hardin High School’s graduation is at 7 p.m. June 3 at the school.

    Graduation for John Hardin High School is at 7 p.m. June 4 at the school.

    Graduation for Central Hardin High School is at 4 p.m. June 5 at the school.



  • Fort Knox middle schoolers focus on bully prevention


    Turret Senior Staff Writer

    Childhood can be a  terrible time for some children, particularly if they fall victim to bullies.

    According to statistics from Family First Aid, about 30 percent of teenagers in the U.S. have been involved in bullying, either as a bully or as a victim of teenage bullying.

    Linda Haberman, principal of Fort Knox’s Scott Middle School, said students wanted to focus on awareness about bullying after conducting research and understanding the possible long-term effects of bullying.

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  • Speak Up for Family Caregivers

    By Monica Ruehling

    November begins the time of year when we will take a deep breath from our busy schedules to give thanks for the many blessings in our lives. It also begins the season when we often provide for the less fortunate and give tribute and appreciation to unsung heroes. With these thoughts in mind, it seems only fitting that the president once again has designated the month of November as National Family Caregivers Month.

  • Fort Knox sponsors first International Recruiting Summit

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — Representatives of nine countries are visiting Fort Knox this week for the first International Recruiting Summit. The program — which on Wednesday included a tour of the Elizabethtown Army Recruiting Station — is an opportunity for the United States and its allies to share information on enlisting

  • City hosting April cleanup

    VINE GROVE — Residents will have their own chance to do some spring cleaning in April. Like Elizabethtown and Radcliff, the city is holding its annual cleanup throughout the month. Mayor Donovan Smith said the city receives the service through Borders Disposal in Elizabethtown as part of its trash contact, and there is no extra cost. But residents will need to stay current on