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Today's News

  • Judge: Buggeland can stand trial

    Erik Buggeland, charged in the murder of his parents in their Elizabethtown home last year, has been ruled competent to stand trial by a local judge.

    Judge Ken Howard ruled Wednesday that Buggeland is fit to stand trial. Howard said Buggeland's  behavior during recent court hearings "is a deliberate act to disrupt judicial proceedings.''

    Buggeland is scheduled to be in court Tuesday.

    See Sunday's edition of The News-Enterprise for more details on the ruling.
     

  • Lions Club Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters Mission

    Emily Saul-Reder, right, branch development director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentucky accepts a check from Elizabethtown Lions Club President Brian Dennis. The club supports Big Brothers Big Sisters mission to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that changes their lives for the better.

  • Optimist Club of Radcliff sends students to General Assembly

    Pictured is Dennis Parrett, 10th District Kentucky senator, with students from North Hardin High School. The students went to the Kentucky General Assembly to act as pages as part of a program sponsored by the Optimist Club of Radcliff.

  • Lions Club supports Community Health Clinic

  • Lions Club honors Hayes

  • John Court home destroyed in early morning blaze

    An Elizabethtown home on the market was destroyed by fire Thursday morning, but the cause of the blaze has not been determined, according to fire officials.

    Located at 60 John Court, a large chunk of the four-bedroom home had been reduced to ashes and scorched debris by 9 a.m. No one was injured.

  • Students sharpen social skills

    Students in the newly developed Junior Leadership Corps kept their skills up-to-date with a two-week summer camp through their schools.

    The JLC program at North and J.T. Alton middle schools had a camp for the students this week and last that continues the mission of the program to prepare students for the future and to develop their leadership abilities.

  • Celebrate Independence Day with a bang

    Those looking to ring in Independence Day with round after round of colorful explosions will have a wide spectrum of local events to fill their slate.

    Fireworks displays and celebrations will boom in almost every sector of Hardin County this weekend, culminating in a large, day-long celebration Monday at Fort Knox and a nightcap fireworks display in Glendale.

    The bombastic exhibitions begin Saturday as Stephensburg celebrates with the Stephensburg Community Fireworks Show.

  • Fort Campbell reviewing Burke case

    Imagine your closest loved one was killed.

    The man accused of the slaying — a former son-in-law — is prosecuted twice without conviction and the prosecutor chooses to dismiss the charges. About three and a half years of grueling prosecution ends without closure — innocent or guilty — for your family.

    After Judge Kelly Mark Easton dismissed Brent Burke’s charges Wednesday, Patricia Wilburn, mother of Tracy Burke, said she believes Burke is guilty and will continue to seek justice for her daughter and Karen Comer.

  • Area well suited to July 4 weekend

    This weekend is going to be a blast as our nation’s independence is proudly celebrated. The sights and sounds of American spirit will explode into colorful expressions across the skies of Hardin County and Fort Knox from backyards to community events. Three major community fireworks celebrations are scheduled at Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown, Gloryland Harvest Church in Radcliff and Keyes Park at Fort Knox.