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Today's News

  • Warm Blessings gets much needed help

    Members of Grace Church Elizabethtown are pictured after a morning of cleaning floors, walls and shelves at the Warm Blessings “soup kitchen” located at 609 E. Dixie Elizabethtown.  Grace Church along with other local churches participated in the “In As Much As...” project which is rooted in the biblical scripture from the book of Matthew chapter 25 verse 40.  

  • Eastern Star donates to animal shelter

    Vine Grove Chapter Order of the Eastern Star, welcomed Pam Harrison to the chapter on May 16 to receive donations for the local animal shelter. This is something dear to the groups’ hearts and they have been glad to work with them for the past three years.

    They have several critters available for adoption to loving homes and can always use assistance with the care of the animals. Visit http://animalrefugecenter.org or call them at 877-6064 for more information. 

  • Brownie Troop collects donations

     Brownie Troop 107 completed their Journey Award by collecting donations of food and toiletries for Helping Hand of Elizabethtown.  

  • Elizabethtown Woman’s Club donates books in memorial

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown has a very lovely tradition of honoring one’s memory at their passing or the memory of an immediate family member such as a spouse or child by giving a book to the Hardin County Public Library. The club lost 11 members and/or spouses this year alone. 

  • Clowns, horses, floats and more comprise festival parade

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA

    rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    A staple of the Heartland Music Festival is the Saturday morning parade.

    Floats, clowns, cars and a variety of participants make their way down West Dixie Avenue from public square in downtown Elizabethtown to Helmwood Plaza Shopping Center.

    The parade begins at 10 a.m., and the theme this year is “Education ExCELs in the Heartland.”

  • Thank you from Feeding America

     As many in the community are aware, food insecurity situations continue to increase throughout Central and South Central Kentucky due to increasing financial struggles. Fortunately, many individuals, groups and organizations are choosing to make a difference in helping feed the hungry.

  • Balloon glow

    As the sun sets Friday, fires will light hot air balloons from within at the Heartland Music Festival balloon glow.

    That fire-heated air would normally rise, lifting the balloons to flight, but tethered to the ground, 10 illuminated balloons will decorate the lawn near Lion’s Pavilion at the south end of Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown for festival-goers enjoyment.

    “And they’re beautiful, of course, against the night sky,” said Renè Bell, festival chairwoman.

  • Heartland Music Festival schedule of events

    Heartland Music Festival events schedule

    The Heartland Music Festival is Friday and Saturday. Parking is $5 per car for a two-day pass. Walk-ins are $2 per person.

    FRIDAY

    Children’s amusement rides, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Select rides are free from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday.

    Balloon Glow, 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Balloons will be displayed near Lions Pavilion on the south end of the park.

  • Singing and fake singing

    Putting the music in the Heartland Music Festival will not only be several bands but a couple of contests.

    On Saturday, the United Way of Central Kentucky Lip Sync contest offers a competition a la Milli Vanilli style, and the Kentucky Idol contest pits area vocalists against each other a la “American Idol” style.

    At 1 p.m. contestants for the 2011 Kentucky Idol Contest will take the stage.

  • Listening Tour in Radcliff tonight

    The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights is pleased to announce its presence in Radcliff tonight for one of its Listening Tour sessions.

    The public is encouraged to attend since the event will be held for members of the community to talk to the commission about civil and human rights issues in the Radcliff and surrounding community and to learn more about civil rights, which protect everyone from discrimination.