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  • RISING VOICES: Here's a tip

    Is there a difference between doing homework and studying? One of the most misunderstood aspects of schoolwork is the difference between studying and doing homework assignments. To help make your time more than just homework: take notes while reading a chapter, learn to study tables and charts,learn to summarize what you have read in your own words and learn to make his own flashcards for quick review of dates, formulas and spelling words. Good note-taking skills can also be helpful in creating good study habits.

  • Auction garners $34,000 for USA Cares

    The News-Enterprise Fox News Channel personality Bill O’Reilly has again lent support to Radcliff military charity USA Cares. O’Reilly auctioned five autographed covers of his upcoming book Pinheads and Patriots — Where You Stand in the Age of Obama, matching the proceeds with donations to USA Cares. In all, the covers garnered $28,500. The winning bidder for the final cov

  • Vine Grove students walk toward high test scores



    When it’s time to begin testing, a school with deep community roots makes sure the whole town is ready.

    Vine Grove Elementary School staff led fourth- and fifth-grade students in a walk Friday around downtown Vine Grove as part of preparations for state standardized testing, which begins today for Hardin County Schools.

  • RISING VOICES: Poll Question


    What's your favorite type of music? RESULTS

    A) Rock/Alternative - 67 percent

    B) Rap/Hip Hop - 17 percent

    C) Country - 0 percent

    D) Pop - 0 percent

    E) Other - 16 percent

    This month's Poll Question: Who is your favorite athlete from the 2010 Olympic Games?

    A) Apolo Ohno B) Shaun White

    C) Evan Lysacek D) Lindsey Vonn

    E) Bode Miller

  • PREP SOFTBALL-PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Thursday's Results (04/23)

    The News-Enterprise Junior Cody Creamer threw a one-hitter to lead the visiting John Hardin Bulldogs to an 11-0 win in five innings over 17th District rival Fort Knox on Thursday. Creamer (4-1) struck out eight and walked one as John Hardin (12-7 overall, 3-2 district) won for the fourth time in five games. Junior Nick Williams had a single, double and two RBIs, while seni

  • FOOTBALL: Former UK, JHHS standout Lewis reminds JH students to focus on their goals (04/25)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com Long before he played football for the University of Kentucky, had a tryout with the NFL’s New Orleans Saints, played professionally in the CFL and in an arena league or ran his own business before turning 30, Dominic Lewis was something else first – a solid student. The 2003 John Hardin High School graduate and t

  • Skees-Dennison


    The family of Blake Dennison of Pensacola, Fla., announce his engagement and forthcoming marriage to Regan Skees of Sonora.

    The prospective groom is a 2009 graduate of Central Hardin High School and is in the United States Navy. He is the son of Richard and Annetta Miller of Elizabethtown, the grandson of Barry Carby and Bonnie Booker of Upton, and the great-grandson of the late Geneva Miles.

  • April 25, 2010: Obituaries

    Richard Baker

    Richard Baker, 64, of Cecilia, died Saturday, April 24, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. Arrangements are incomplete at Dixon-Atwood & Trowbridge Funeral Home in Elizabethtown.

    Georgenia Curry

    Georgenia Curry, 69, of Louisville, formerly of Munfordville, died Thursday, April 22, 2010, at Jewish Hospital in Louisville.

    Survivors include her father, George Thomas Brown; a daughter, Michelle A. Wilson; and a son, Michael Crenshaw.

  • NFL DRAFT: Former Elizabethtown star Deaderick picked by Patriots (04/25)

    The News-Enterprise It was a long weekend for Brandon Deaderick, but it did have a happy ending. With only eight picks left in the three-day, 255-player NFL draft, the former Elizabethtown High School and Alabama defensive lineman was selected by the New England Patriots on Saturday with the 40th pick of the seventh round. Deaderick, who helped lead the Crimson Tide to a n

  • Clarifying health care jargon

    By MONICA RHEULING For The News-Enterprise Have you ever tried to participate in a conversation with individuals speaking a foreign language? As hard as you try to grasp some of the words or offer to the conversation, often times you feel lost in the language and interpretation. It is often similar when talking with specialized professionals. When the expert works every da