Today's News

  • Stephensburg Days return



    Saturday’s Stephensburg Days was a staging ground for the final slate of candidates heading to the November election.

    U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie of Bowling Green joined with local Republican candidates for a unified presence during the parade. Candidates across party lines flocked to the festival site along U.S. 62 to promote their campaigns.

    But candidates said their appearances were not simply a search for votes.

  • Lane reductions slated for U.S. 31W at St. John Road

    The News-Enterprise

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 4 officials are advising motorists to use caution or detour away from U.S. 31W at St. John Road in Elizabethtown starting Monday, as construction at the busy intersection limits southbound travel to one lane.

    KTC District 4 spokesman Mark Brown said the work involves the replacement of a curb and extension of a culvert. The project requires closure of southbound West Dixie Avenue’s right lane.

    The construction is expected to span three weeks.

  • Radcliff police eye Standard Register fire



    Radcliff police are conducting an arson investigation at Standard Register after fire ignited Thursday in a trash compactor at the South Dixie Boulevard document management firm.

    The incident sparked after 4 p.m. and sounded alarms internally, which notified emergency services of a fire at Standard Register.

    No injuries occurred as the fire was confined to a bin connected to the compactor, Radcliff police  department spokesman Bryce Shumate said.

  • Uptick seen in E'town commercial development

    Commercial building projects on the rise

    in Elizabethtown



    Perhaps a sign of a reviving economy, several commercial building projects are in the pipeline for Elizabethtown.

    This will mean not only more dining and retail opportunities for local residents, but also jobs.

  • June 27, 2010: Our readers write

    Radcliff should remain independent I must respond to the “Chambers may unify ...” (Chambers could unite by 2011, June 24). This is not good for the city, the small business-man, nor the citizens of Radcliff. Radcliff has worked hard over the last decade to define itself, rather than being defined by outsiders. Radcliff began to find its own voice and has worked hard to get to a p

  • Investigation recovers $10,000 in missing items

    The News-Enterprise

    BRANDENBURG — A Brandenburg man has been charged in connection with a rash of burglaries across several counties and two states, and more arrests are expected.

    Joseph Riggs, 27, of Brandenburg has been charged with receiving stolen property over $500 and was lodged in the Meade County Jail in the wake of an investigation that led to the recovery of more than $10,000 in stolen property.

  • June 25: Services


  • BOYS' ALL-AREA TRACK & FIELD TEAM: Bagley, Brown and Webb win individual awards (06/25)



    When Brandon Bagley transferred from Georgia before his junior year, John Hardin coaches Ralph Tucker and Leland Warsaw saw an athlete with a lot of raw potential.

    Neither of them, however, expected Bagley to become the elite athlete he is.

  • WOMEN'S STATE AM GOLF: E'town's Akin and Games to face off for town's first title (06/25)



    After 84 years, Elizabethtown will have its first Women’s Kentucky State Amateur champion.

    Karisa Akin and Beverly Games made sure of that Thursday as each won a pair of matches at Lakewood Country Club in Russell Springs to reach today’s championship flight final.

    The berth to the championship match, however, didn’t come easy for either.

  • Rig rolls at Exit 105 after driver blackout

    The News-Enterprise LEBANON JUNCTION — A truck driver lost consciousness Thursday morning on southbound Interstate 65 causing a crash that resulted in no serious injuries and few traffic interruptions. The out-of-state rig was heading into Hardin County from the 105 mile-marker when the driver blacked out and lost control of the tractor-trailer, Lebanon Junction Police Office