Today's News

  • Zonta Club installs new officers


    Zonta Club of Elizabethtown met at Back Home Restaurant on May 27. The officers for the upcoming year were installed by Joyce Seymour from the Zonta Club of Louisville. New officers for 2010-11 are: President Lois Pierce, First Vice President Ramona Jeffries, Second Vice President Loretta Cardin, Secretary Beti Turner, Treasurer Barb Jones and Directors are Lyn Taylor Long and Shelly Adkins. The club is planning for the 25th anniversary coming up in 2011.


  • Sex crime trial postponed to September



    The trial of a man indicted last fall on seven felony sex crime charges has been postponed until September in the wake of a co-defendant’s deal with prosecutors to testify against the man.

    Frank Vincent Long, 41, was scheduled to be tried last month in Hardin Circuit Court on three counts of sodomy, three counts of sexual abuse and one count of tampering with a witness.

  • Homemakers attend annual meeting

    Nine members of the Hardin County Homemakers Association, along with Family and Consumer Science Agent Teran Ransom, attended the State Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association’s annual meeting in May. The event was held at the Hyatt Hotel in Lexington.

  • Sanders-Boyd


    David and Judy Sanders of Guthrie announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Dianna Sanders, to Jimmy Boyd, son of Darry and Debby Boyd of Hodgenville.

    The bride-to-be is a 2000 graduate of Todd County Central High School and a 2006 graduate of Western Kentucky University with a bachelor’s degree in corporate and organizational communications. She is an advertising sales coordinator at The Courier Journal in Louisville and a server at O’Charley’s in Elizabethtown.

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  • Online comments limited on letters

    Most people would not intentionally walk into an argument. Many times, we find ourselves holding our tongues when we believe our thoughts and opinions will create hostility.

    But sitting on ideas is no way to have a constructive conversation.

    Online readers of The News-Enterprise are aware that the comment fields available with articles and photos allows for public feedback, insight, debate and criticism. But in the semi-anonymous world of online posting, the discussions are not always civil or constructive.

  • July 4, 2010: Our readers write

    VFW Post vows utmost respect for U.S. flag

    When I read Ann Wallace’s “Flags Mistreated” letter to the editor I was appalled at what had happened. To think that somebody would show such insensitivity while handling the American Flag just before Memorial Day was unbelievable.

  • YOUTH ALL-STAR BASEBALL: South Hardin set to host two Little League tourneys (07/02)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com The South Hardin Baseball and Softball League has been preparing for this opportunity for years, and now that the time is here, league officials couldn’t be more eager to host two Little League District 5 tournaments. “It’s incredible,” league president Doug Peters said. “The kids are excited about i

  • Veterans nursing home not a pork-barrel project

     By DAVE JARRETT, guest columnist

    A letter printed June 1 in The News-Enterprise, the day after Memorial Day, accused un-named politicians of supporting the veterans nursing home in Hardin County merely for political reasons and referred to it as a “pork-barrel” project. The writer further suggested that our elected officials vote “no” for this project and instead vote to fix Medicare and Social Security.

    There’s a need to understand the process of secure authorization to construct a veterans’ nursing home.