Today's News

  • Elizabethtown Woman’s Club donate to Alzheimer’s research

  • Target Masters On Target At The 2011 State Competition

    In a little more than 20 years, Kentucky’s 4-H Shooting Sports Education Program has grown to involve thousands of youth and adult volunteers statewide. Just recently more than 1013 4-H members participated in the state contest on Sept. 17 at the Bluegrass Sportsman’s Club in Wilmore with trap on Sept. 18 held at the Kentucky Wildlife Management Center in Berea. This event would not have been possible without the help of over 350 volunteers along with coaches and parents who supported the youth in their efforts.

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown hosts Harvest Breakfast

    The annual Harvest Breakfast sponsored by The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown was held Oct. 15. There was a large crowd that came and supported the club’s efforts to raise funds to give to community organizations. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keith of Elizabethtown were the first to go through the food line and community citizens followed until the last slice of country ham, scrambled eggs, grits, apples, and biscuits were served at 11 a.m. Melanie Hibbard was chair of the event.

  • Louisville mother pleads not guilty to criminal abuse

    The Louisville woman accused of allowing her 3-year-old son to be abused was indicted in September and appeared in Hardin Circuit Court Tuesday for arraignment.

    Jacqueline Y. Hutchings, 31, pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree criminal abuse.

  • Foundation extends sweet child's smile

    TOPIC: Addison Jo Blair Foundation
    OUR VIEW: Child's legacy just beginning

    The life of Addison Jo Blair was short, but the impact on Hardin County and beyond is vast.

    People who didn’t know her showed up at fundraisers and wore yellow bracelets or offered prayers on her behalf.

    Her brief, difficult battle with neuroblastoma, a deadly pediatric cancer that produces tumors in the body and tumor cells in bone marrow, ended in May. When she died, Addison Jo Blair was just 3.

  • Teaching from Kuwait: Educator keeps in touch via Skype

    Even miles away from home, teacher Andrea Meyer still is a presence in her classroom.

    Lt. Col. Meyer of the U.S. Army Reserve, a special education teacher at Lincoln Trail Elementary School, has been deployed to Kuwait for 400 days, but still is keeping tabs on her students by Skype, an online video call service, like she did on Monday. Her school, in return, will be working on a service project for the entirety of her deployment.

  • Dash of Class: Bring on the Halloween treats

    With less than a week until Halloween, are you ready with your treats? Are your younger ones having a party or going to a party? Today I have recipes that are not only easy to make, but fun to make and delicious.

  • Brothers expanding Tatu to Towne Mall

    For The News-Enterprise

    A pair of Mount Washington natives are ready to open a premier body modification studio next month in Towne Mall.

    Jason and Jeremy Cantwell hope to open a second Tatu location by Thanksgiving.

    When the first Tatu opened in Jefferson Mall in Louisville, it became the first tattoo parlor to open in a mall in Kentucky. After being approached by Towne Mall in Elizabethtown, the brothers decided to expand their business.

  • Cecilia elementary project could be pushed back

    The timeline for a new Cecilia elementary school may be extended by two more years.

    The Hardin County Schools board voted Monday morning to extend the time period of a purchase option for the proposed site of the new Cecilia elementary school through December 2013, in the event it must wait until David Miller’s lease for the land expires.

    Board Chairwoman Kay Sharon said the board was willing to wait that long to build a school on the land if the situation called for it.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Hinkle resigns as Elizabethtown's coach (10/25)

    When Tim Hinkle took over the Elizabethtown High School volleyball team in 2007, he had one goal in mind: keep the team’s winning tradition going.

    Hinkle did that and then some.

    He led Elizabethtown to its first appearance in the KHSAA State Volleyball Tournament in his first season – leading the Lady Panthers to the second round where they fell to Covington Notre Dame.