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Today's News

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: Eastern surges past E'town in second half (02/19)

    Elizabethtown senior Mitchell Henry admitted being a little intimidated while watching several Louisville Eastern players dunk during pregame warm-ups Friday night.

    The homestanding Panthers sure didn’t look nervous in the first half. Elizabethtown scored the game’s first eight points and held a six-point lead going to the second quarter. The score was tied at the half.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: Bardstown knocks off North (02/20)

    BARDSTOWN — A week after rallying from a 21-point deficit for a win, the Bardstown Tigers were nearly on the opposite end Friday night.

    Bardstown built an 18-point lead in the third quarter, but the North Hardin Trojans came storming back to pull within 64-60 with less than a minute remaining. The Tigers, though, hit 3-of-4 free throws down the stretch to come away with a 69-60 victory.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: Bulldogs steal a win against Taylor (02/20)

    The John Hardin Bulldogs’ quick hands helped them swipe their way to a blowout win and finish off their senior night with a bang.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Daniel's late drive spurs Central Hardin by Meade County (02/20)

    With host Meade County frantically trying to pull off a comeback in its regular-season finale Friday, Jordan Daniel channeled her inner Tiger Woods on Friday night.

    But instead of hitting clutch putts, the Central Hardin senior guard made – finally – some clutch shots.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: Wilson, Schwartz help Meade County topple Central Hardin (02/20)

    Thomas Wilson said he’s just now getting into basketball shape, while Cheaney Schwartz has been fit for a while.

    Regardless of where they rate themselves on a physical scale, Meade County’s junior forwards combined for 34 points and 20 rebounds Friday to help the host Green Wave overcome another big night from Central Hardin senior guard Matt Nichols in a 65-58 win over Nichols’ Bruins.

    Wilson missed the first part of the season because of an injury sustained during football.

  • Grayson County Democratic Women install officers

    The Grayson County Democratic Women’s Club met at the Farmer’s Feed Mill restaurant in Leitchfield and enjoyed a home-style meal prior to the club meeting and installation.
    Performing the installation was Second Congressional District Director JoAnn Winkenhofer. Plans were discussed to attend the Spring Board meeting and later this year the State Convention in Bardstown.
    JoAnn Winkenhofer appointed Cathy Green of Leitchfield as the first associate director for the Second Congressional District, Democratic Woman’s Club of Kentucky.

  • Elizabethtown actor lands role in Cincinnati production

    THE NEWS-ENTERPRISE

    Central Hardin High School graduate and Northern Kentucky University senior Jimmy Houlihan has found out it’s a jungle out there, but that’s a good thing in this case.

    The Elizabethtown actor is featured in “Disney’s The Jungle Book KIDS,” a production by The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati.

  • Vaughan graduates from basic training

    VAUGHAN. Army Private 1st Class Cly E. Vaughan has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C. Vaughan earned distinction as an honor graduate.
    A 2009 graduate of Clarksville High School, he is the grandson of Carolyn Canaday of Vine Grove, and son of William Vaughan Jr. of Clarksville, Tenn.

  • Club members celebrate Valentine’s Day

    The Goldenrod Homemakers Club met Feb. 15 at the home of Sue Logsdon, the February hostess.
    Following the regular business meeting, Charlotte Cooper presented a lesson on food labels. Members learned how to read labels and know what to look for on the labels when shopping.
    After a potluck meal,  Valentine Cards were distributed and members plaed games with the words Valentine’s Day.
    Members also exchanged secret pal gifts. The next club meeting is March 8, at the home of Linda Skees.

  • Club members celebrate Valentine’s Day

    The Goldenrod Homemakers Club met Feb. 15 at the home of Sue Logsdon, the February hostess.
    Following the regular business meeting, Charlotte Cooper presented a lesson on food labels. Members learned how to read labels and know what to look for on the labels when shopping.
    After a potluck meal,  Valentine Cards were distributed and members plaed games with the words Valentine’s Day.
    Members also exchanged secret pal gifts. The next club meeting is March 8, at the home of Linda Skees.