Today's News

  • Ask the Expert: Taking care of you


    For Wednesday’s Woman

    Women today are faced with a lot of expectations: Holding down a job, running a household, shuttling the children to and from events. The list goes on. With these and other things women have to take care of, sometimes they forget to take care of themselves.

    Here are a few things to remember.

    The two basic building blocks of maintaining your health are a healthy diet and physical activity.

  • Former UK player's plea postponed

    The News-Enterprise

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Former University of Kentucky basketball player Derrick Millar was scheduled to enter a plea Tuesday to charges of theft in Hardin Circuit Court, but the process was postponed until next week, after jailers failed to transfer him to Elizabethtown on a judge's order.

    Millar has been sentenced to jail time in three of 11 Kentucky counties in which he was charged in connection to a scam that took Wildcats fans for thousands of dollars in tickets that he sold, but never delivered.

  • Photo: Catching a ride
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  • Reflect on this: Road paint shortage could lead to dull roads



    Re-striping of roads in and outside Kentucky is being postponed until summer’s end, and beyond in some cases, because of a shortage in special reflective white and yellow road paint.

    Delays in bringing paint up to par stem from a low supply of a brightening additive known as methyl methacrylate, which has become hard to find because of a worldwide shortage.

  • YOUTH BASKETBALL: Area trio headed to AAU nationals (6/28)

    By GREG CREWS gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com Most basketball players go their whole career without getting the opportunity three Elizabethtown youths will have today. Soon-to-be T.K.

  • Diapering dilemma

    The News-Enterprise

    A new study sponsored by Huggies reveals one-third of American mothers and one in five Canadian mothers struggle to provide diapers for their babies. The study was conducted among mothers with babies in diapers ages 0 to 4 years old.

    The issue has been largely unrecognized until now but is serious in its ramifications, according to Dr. Cybele Raver, a New York University professor and lead researcher in this study.

  • Ohio River swimmer stops in E'town


    For more information about the Central Asia Institute, visit www.ikat.org. Or go to www.womenacrosstheworld.com, which is documenting Mimi Hughes’ Ohio River journey.  




  • June 29, 2010: Obituaries

    Phyllis Ann Kampe Atteberry

    Phyllis Ann Kampe Atteberry, 63, of Bonnieville, died Sunday, June 27, 2010.

    Survivors include her mother, Mary Hambright Kampe; her husband, Willard Atteberry; and two sons, Willard Thomas Atteberry Jr. and Timothy Lee Atteberry.

    The funeral is at 11 a.m. CDT Thursday at Brooks Funeral Home in Munfordville with burial in Weldon Cemetery in Bonnieville.

  • Grand jury reports May primary fraud free

    The News-Enterprise

    HARDIN COUNTY —  A Hardin County grand jury reported to Circuit Judge Ken Howard Tuesday morning its finding that May's primary elections were free from fraud and corruption.

    Review of election proceedings by grand juries is common practice practice throughout Kentucky counties. Part of the review consists of a report to grand jurors by Board of Election officials.