Today's News

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs take to the road for state quarterfinals (11/16)


    In the first two rounds of the Class 5-A playoffs, the John Hardin Bulldogs haven’t had to leave the friendly confines of Bulldog Stadium.

    But that changes this Friday as the Bulldogs travel to play the Anderson County Bearcats at Hollie Warford Jr. Stadium in Lawrenceburg. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.

  • Volunteers put the 'gobble' in Thanksgiving home

    Local churches and other organizations once again are teaming up to deliver Thanksgiving meals to those who, for whatever reason, can’t cook the food themselves.
    For residents of northern Hardin County, today is the last day to register for one of these free turkey meals, said Dean Sears, parish administrator at St. Christopher Catholic Church in Radcliff.

  • Kentucky's holiday attractions include new features

    The News-Enterprise
    With the holidays just around the corner, activities throughout Kentucky are set to mark the season. Here are just several examples of special attractions with a few new twists to visit as you travel around the state and welcome visitors to the Bluegrass.

  • Government, rain to provide drought relief


    Two kinds of drought relief have arrived for Hardin County farmers.

    Not only may more than an inch of rain fall today, but the state and federal government have announced measures to support farmers.

    The National Weather Service predicted showers would start in the early morning hours, and there is a good chance of rain until 11 p.m. Thunderstorms are possible.

  • Sherry Barnard is always on pointe


    When she was 6 and living in Chicago, Sherry Barnard took her first dance lesson. She had become interested in dance after seeing the June Taylor Dancers on TV.

    “I thought, ‘You know, I could do that,’” Barnard said.

    Those classes began a lifelong journey. Now a dance instructor, she met her husband because of her profession and started a business that has spanned more than 30 years.

  • Natural born leader

    Local recognition for leadership spread nationwide for one Elizabethtown High School student.
    Senior Arsh Haque was named male National Youth Leader of the Year at a National Council on Youth Leadership conference in October.
    Haque originally was named the local male youth leader from the Lincoln Trail Youth Leadership Salute, a local NCYL affiliate program. Mallory Chaney of Central Hardin High School was named the local female leader.

  • A Dash of Class: More recipes for Thanksgiving

    To continue with last week’s column, I am going to give you some healthy alternative recipes for the traditional Thanksgiving meal. Remember, this is an “event,” but you can easily prepare your favorite foods so that at the end of the day, you are not feeling guilty and/or miserable.

  • Severns Valley to start Celebrate Recovery program

    Severns Valley Baptist Church is launching an outreach ministry for people suffering with addictions and debilitating habits.
    But church leaders are clear when they say the approach to recovery will be centered entirely on Jesus Christ.

  • Marimba, flute and piano concert held free at ECTC

    The News-Enterprise

    A free concert to be held Friday at the Morrison Gallery at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College will feature three performers.

    “Marimba, Flute and Piano Concert” begins at 12:30 p.m. at the gallery located in the administration building on the ECTC campus.

    The musicians are music school graduates who have performed individually around the world. Friday’s concert is a rare opportunity for them to perform in concert together.

  • Finding the truth about toons



    I’m not sure what caused me to remember this, but I think there was a mystery surrounding a '60s band.

    No, I’m not talking about The Beatles mystery. This goes way beyond the assertion that the original Paul McCartney died and was secretly replaced, leaving only a trail of intricately-placed and cryptically-dispersed clues as to what really happened.

    No, this was much more serious.

    This involved cartoons.