Today's News

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Todd resigns as E'town's coach (01/25)

    Brad Todd said changes have to be made for the Elizabethtown High School football program.

    Those changes will be made without Todd in charge of the Panthers.

    After meeting with principal Steve Smallwood and athletic director Doug Barnes, Todd informed the team in its Monday afternoon weightlifting session that he was resigning.

    “It’s kind of shocking, but I guess things happen for a reason,” said junior running back/linebacker Tyler Brandenburg.

  • PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Lady Panthers top Nelson County (01/25)

    Senior post Adelaide Luckett scored 13 points and six teammates scored six or more points as the homestanding Elizabethtown Lady Panthers knocked off 5th Region rival Nelson County, 59-48 on Monday night.

    Luckett recorded a double-double with 17 rebounds, while senior guard Hannah Hart had 10 points, two steals and one assist.

    Junior guard Kaylyn Cecil added eight points, while senior guard Natalie Greenwell, sophomore guard Anna Bowling, junior post Taylor Bridges and junior guard Tara Gilpin each scored six points.

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  • Sports park cost continues to rise

    Elizabethtown City Council approved four more Elizabethtown Sports Park contracts Monday that move the total amount approved for construction to about $16.5 million, according to Planning Director Ed Poppe.

  • Radcliff police warn of scam

    The Radcliff Fire Department is not seeking money through a fundraiser.

    Neither is any other Radcliff city department.

    City police recently have received numerous complaints from residents who said they were contacted to make contributions to a city cause.

    It is a scam, police spokesman Bryce Shumate said.

  • Laura LaRue dedicates time to politics

    An Elizabethtown woman has formed a company to handle campaign finance and compliance reports.

    Laura LaRue — who has resigned as executive officer of the Lincoln Trail Home Builders Association to dedicate more time to the endeavor — founded The LaRue Group after years of involvement with the dollars and cents of politics.

    “Although this was not planned, opportunity has landed in my lap,” she wrote in a recent LTHBA newsletter.

  • Bill would require count of hospital-acquired infections

    The issue: Healthcare-associated infections
    Our view: Requiring reporting is appropriate

  • Missing Radcliff man found unharmed

    The News-Enterprise

    Radcliff Police have found a man reported missing since late Monday morning.
    Radcliff Police spokesman Bryce Shumate said Kirby Paynter, 63, was found unharmed in a room at a Radcliff motel he had checked into. Paynter contacted family members and told them where he was. He was picked up and taken home by RPD around 5 p.m.

  • Radcliff chamber welcomes new leadership

    The Radcliff-Hardin County Chamber of Commerce bid an official goodbye to 2010 in style Monday at Colvin Community Center.

    The chamber welcomed the leadership that will march the chamber through the unification process into the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce while also honoring those who helped shape the past year during its annual awards and installation ceremony.

    Kendra Stewart, outgoing president of the Radcliff chamber, said she cautioned members it would be an adrenaline rush of a year.

  • Offering enduring support

    With only a few forms, a dash of commitment and a sense of duty, you can become a proud parent of 3,500 Fort Knox soldiers.

    As Fort Knox carries out its first large-scale combat deployment since 1942, area chambers of commerce and the post’s public affairs office offer the opportunity to “adopt a platoon.”