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Today's News

  • Civil Suits

    The following civil suits are filed in Hardin County Circuit Court in Elizabethtown. Et al is a Latin abbreviation meaning “and others.” Lawsuits give only one side of a disagreement and do not reflect any counterclaims and/or settlements that may have occurred since the initial suit was filed.

  • Jobless figure up in Hardin County

    Hardin County’s unemployment rate ticked up to 9.1 percent last month.

    While the preliminary figure is lower than the state and nation’s, it had fallen to 8.5 percent in October, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training. LaRue County’s jobless rate was 8.3 percent for November.

    The state’s lowest unemployment rate for November was 7.4 percent in Woodford County. The highest was 18.3 percent in Magoffin County.

    County-level numbers are not seasonally adjusted.

  • Rineyville community news

    Rineyville

    Gail Pike, 737-2973

    Happy New year to you and your families.

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthdays include: Molly Sherrard, Tom Brangers, Ryan Fulkerson, Tyler Brangers, Dawn Childress, David Nall Jr., Corey Coogle, Jeff Ray, Tracey Powell, Carol Wathen, Sara Kuhn, Audria Brothers, Greg Ray, Todd Riney, Joey Brigman, Natalie Nelson, Kaitlynn Davis, Barbara York, Nancy Ray and Walter Reed.

    BELATED BIRTHDAYS. Belated birthday greetings go to Scott Blair, Julia Holeman, Abbie Newton and Bobbie Wiseman.

  • White Mills community news

    White Mills

    Kathleen Booker, 369-7101

    SYMPATHY. Sympathy to the families of Lucille Brown and James Manakee.

    GET-WELL WISHES. Get-well wishes to Suzanne Meredith, Doris Buckles, Lorene Horn, Joyce Oldham, David Knight and all others who are ill.

    VISITS. I appreciated Ervin and Violet Stith and Tim and Shawn Riggs visiting me last weekend. Tim and Shawn delivered a fruit basket from my church, Center Point Baptist. Ervin and Violet also visited with Elnoah and Kathy Gragson.

  • AUSA has annual awards luncheon

    The Fort Knox Chapter of AUSA met for it’s annual awards luncheon on Nov. 22. Lt. Gen. Benjamin Freakley as the keynote speaker.
     

  • Kentucky Daughters unite for a common good

    A joint meeting was hosted on Nov. 19, at the Brown Pusey House by the Captain Jacob Van-Meter Chapter in Elizabethtown with Margaret Martin, regent. Other chapters in attendance were Ambrose-Meador of Brandenburg; Cox’s Station of Cox’s Creek; and John Fitch Chapter of Bardstown.

  • Elizabethtown Woman’s Club has Christmas tea

  • Duvall: Criticism a motivator

    Incoming Radcliff Mayor J.J. Duvall faced his share of criticism during the campaign, but said he is moving on and using the experience as motivation.
    The 31-year-old Radcliff native defeated challenger Jo Emary during the November general election. He replaces Mayor Sheila Enyart, who leaves office after three four-year terms.
    Enyart was one of Duvall’s strongest critics during the campaign, questioning his qualifications and experience for the role. Enyart also pointed to his youth as a disadvantage.

  • Census' local impact uncertain

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com
    Kentucky’s population grew 7.4 percent over the past decade, protecting the state’s six congressional seats, the U.S. Census Bureau reported on Tuesday.
    U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie’s office said in an e-mail it does not yet know how this first batch of 2010 Census numbers might affect the 2nd Congressional District, which includes Hardin County. Redrawing its boundaries to reflect population changes will be up to the state General Assembly.

  • Area chambers unified

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com
    In a critical vote Tuesday, members of the Radcliff business community opted to unify Hardin County’s four chambers of commerce.
    Members of the other chambers — in Elizabethtown, Vine Grove and West Point — and their executive committees already approved the proposal. A “no” vote in Radcliff, where the proposal faced the stiffest opposition, would have left a large hole in the tentatively named Hardin County Chamber of Commerce.