Today's News

  • American Legion Auxiliary Presents Donations To Veterans

    American Legion Auxiliary Unit 113 Veterans Affairs Chairman Patty Heath and Department of Kentucky Chairman Randy Heath deliver boxes of Christmas goodies to Thomas-Hood Veterans Center in Wilmore, as well as a new assortment of Wii games for the veterans at the center, provided by donations from Hardin Unit 113.


  • American Legion Auxiliary, Lg&E Spread Holiday Cheer

    American Legion Auxiliary Unit 113 and employees of LG&E provide 102 holiday/necessity boxes that were sent to service members in combat overseas.


  • Pickett-Jenkins


    Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pickett of Radcliff announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lori Beth, to Joseph Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Jenkins of Brandenburg.

    The bride-to-be is a 2006 graduate of Fort Knox High School, currently attending Western Kentucky University. She will graduate in May with a degree in elementary education.

    The prospective groom is a 2005 graduate of Meade County High School and a 2009 graduate of WKU.

  • Students perform for Atria residents

    Piano students of Ann Case performed a recital at Atria on Dec. 20. First row from left, Sarah Jiranek, Carson Yates, Anna Rose Patterson and Anna Knowles. Second row, Ann Case, Ramsey Deaton and Julia Martin.


  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Bramblett, North top Lady Bruins (2/7)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com CECILIA — When North Hardin coach James Slaven took senior Destiny Bramblett out in the first quarter, he didn’t have to say a word to the standout player when Bramblett got to the bench. “Like every other star player, she responds best to the bench,” Slaven said.

  • Pitts chosen as faculty for Kentucky Prosecutor’s Institute

    Jenny Pitts, First Assistant Hardin County Attorney, (shown here, front row, sixth from left) was among 15 other prosecutors and police officers selected to serve as a faculty member for the Kentucky Prosecutor’s Institute (KPI), which was held October 18-23 in Hebron. KPI is a trial advocacy course conducted by the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office. Pitts has been a prosecutor with the Hardin County Attorney’s Office for 12 years and graduated from KPI in 2004.


  • NAACP presents donations to community members

    1. The Maddox and Livers family received $500 to help with their daughters funeral expenses from NAACP.

    2. Donna Betson, Founder of Kentucky Patriots, is presented $1,000 for “Wreaths Across America”. This initiative placed a wreath on every grave at the Veterans cemetery in Radcliff. Pictured are Allan Francis, president Hardin County Branch NAACP and other Executive Committee members.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: North Hardin 70, Central Hardin 47 (02/06)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com CECILIA — The Central Hardin Lady Bruins took a 22-20 lead after the first quarter, but that seemed to be the wake-up call North Hardin senior Destiny Bramblett and the Lady Trojans needed. Bramblett scored 14 points in the second quarter to spark the Lady Trojans to a 70-47 victory over Central Hardin in a 17th District game on Buck

  • House party held for Trey Grayson


    On. Jan. 14, Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson filed paperwork in Frankfort to seek the Republican nomination to replace Jim Bunning in the United States Senate. One of his town hall phone meetings was hosted by Mike and Rose Harris in Elizabethtown.


  • Taylor celebrates 100th birthday


    Alma Taylor of Elizabethtown will celebrate her 100th birthday on Jan. 3, 2010.

    She was born in Beaver Dam in 1910.

    She has one daughter, Marilyn McLane; one grandson; and two great-granddaughters.