Today's News

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  • Piloting the ship of accountability

    The state community college system is taking part in a project that has national implications.
    The Kentucky Community and Technical College System is piloting a new Voluntary Framework of Accountability along with 39 other two-year higher education institutions and systems. The VFA is designed to measure success in two-year colleges and their students.

  • Rineyville Community News


    Gail Pike, 737-2973

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include: Virginia Taylor, Larkin Taylor, Stefanie Pawley, Virgil Ray, Mark Pence, Dayna Parrett, James Stone, Caitlyn Schroeder, Phillip Pike, Dan Pawley, Bobby Thomas, Ciarra Adams, David Bell, Jacob Bell, Rita Goodwin, Bryce Meers, Jacob Bush, Ernestine Nall, Greg House, Matthew Brangers, Nancy Lowman, Jaron Cox, Tim Wiseman, Martha Wiseman, Patsy Blair, C.W. Williams, Brittney and Carter Geer.

  • Howevalley Community News


    Andrea Sherrard, 737-2194

    SNOW. Okay, enough already with the snow. We got a couple of inches on Jan. 20 causing schools to be closed two days. I’m ready for spring. I know, some enjoy the white stuff like my mom and sister. As I write this, they are predicting more.

    NO SCHOOL. Hardin County Schools will not be in session on Monday.

    CLUB NEWS. The Howevalley Vertrees Community Club met Jan. 24. The club is taking new memberships, $15 per person or $25 per family. Everyone is welcome.

  • South Hardin Community News

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    The weather has been cold this week and it seems illness has hit the county. Our house has been invaded with colds and pneumonia.

  • First Federal signs consent order

    First Federal Savings Bank has entered into a formal agreement with regulators to deal with problem loans resulting from the failure of housing developments in Jefferson and Oldham counties.

    Senior officers of the Elizabethtown-based bank emphasized the company’s overall financial stability and said the jobs of its 338 employees are secure.

    “The bank’s business is strong and our earnings have helped us to absorb the losses from these loans,” said B. Keith Johnson, chief executive officer of First Federal since 1997.

  • Readers say keep those cards and letters coming

    Joanna Sherrard sends cards, lots of cards, and Hardin County residents have shown they appreciate her efforts.
    Over the past three years Sherrard has sent more than 2,000 sympathy, get well, encouragement and birthday cards. After The News-Enterprise featured her in the Dec. 1 edition of Wednesday's Woman, readers answered with supplies to keep the the cards going.

  • Goldenrod Homemakers make hats

    The Goldenrod Homemakers met in November to make hats for cancer patients. Pictured are members showing off some of the donated hats.

  • Candidate addresses Hardin County GOP

    John T. Kemper III, Republican candidate for Kentucky State Auditor, spoke to members of the Hardin County Republican Party Executive Committee meeting Jan. 10 at the Nolin RECC conference room. Kemper, of Lexington, is a graduate of UK, played football at UK and has a career as small businessman running an educational supply company and later worked as a real estate contractor.

  • Mu Chapter has January meeting on stress

    Members of Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International shared an interactive discussion on “Stress and Stress Management” with Chaplain Mark Judd at its Jan. 8 meeting. Angela Isaacs, Professional Affairs chairperson, introduced Chaplain Judd who emphasized that many physical problems are related to stress.
    Other discussion related to the role of educators in helping students deal with stress in their lives. Chaplain Judd concluded by suggesting to members that the best stress management plan is to do everything possible to take care of them.