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  • E-medical records effort may be costly

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com FRANKFORT – The intent of a massive new medical records network is a noble one and few will argue against improved patient safety, reduced redundancies and increased efficiency in health care. The costs and effort involved in achieving that goal, however, won’t be the easiest of pills for health care providers to swallow, according to ar

  • Bonding toward a rebound

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com HARDIN COUNTY — Thanks to an initiative placed within the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, local governments can lend their bonding power as an incentive for economic recovery. The federal stimulus has allotted $15 billion in recovery facility bonds, and Hardin County Government has received nearly $4 million in bondin

  • GIRLS' 17TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: Elizabethtown takes the title for fifth straight year (02/27)

    By GREG CREWS gcrew@thenewsenterprise.com CECILIA — For the fifth straight year, Elizabethtown coach Tim Mudd got to wear a nylon necklace after his Lady Panthers cut down the nets at the 17th District Tournament. The top-seeded Lady Panthers overcame a poor shooting night with stingy defense and beat the second-seeded North Hardin Lady Trojans, 44-32 in the district champions

  • SKYWARD Severe Storm Spotter Class on Tuesday

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    HARDIN COUNTY —  The National Weather Service will be conducting a SKYWARD Severe Storm Spotter Class on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Community Room of the Elizabethtown Police Department at 300 South Mulberry St.

    The class is free and everyone is welcome to attend.

  • History museum receives grant

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    HARDIN COUNTY — The Hardin County History Museum will receive a grant for $1,077 for its “Our Alliances are with the South” program from the Kentucky Humanities Council.

    The program will include an exhibit on the Orphan Brigade and Confederate History related to Hardin County that opens May 4, and a dinner-hour performance by Kentucky Chautauqua’s Johnny Green on April 26.

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  • Feb. 26, 2010: Services

    Roscoe Byrd, 77, “The Train Man” of Vine Grove, died Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010. Visitation with friends and family is from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Vine Grove City Hall in Vine Grove with a service with full military honors at 3 p.m. After the service there will be a Bluegrass Jam and everyone is invited to bring their instrument and honor Roscoe with the music he loved.

  • BOYS' 17th DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: Phelps, North top John Hardin (2/26)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — The John Hardin Bulldogs took a big gamble Thursday night, but the North Hardin Trojans showed them how hard it is to beat the house. Playing in their own Ron Bevars Gymnasium, the top-seeded Trojans, behind senior Nigel Phelps’ 23 points and 10 rebounds, used a secon

  • GIRLS' 11TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: Meade County wins fourth title in five years (02/26)



    HARNED — A fast start was all the Meade County Lady Waves needed Thursday night in the championship game of the 11th District Tournament.

    Senior forward Carly Evans hit three 3-pointers, including a pull-up 24-footer, in the first quarter and junior post Scarlett Powers had a double-double to lead the Lady Waves to a 71-48 win over tournament host Breckinridge County at Tiger Arena.

  • Louisville man injured in crash

    RADCLIFF — A Louisville man was seriously injured Thursday evening after losing control of the pickup he was driving along Ky. 313.

    According to Kentucky State Police Post 4 officials, Travis Stepp, 26, was northbound at the 8 mile-marker when the Ford pickup he was driving swerved out of control and spun into the southbound lane. The truck overturned and Stepp was ejected.

    He was flown to University Hospital in Louisville for treatment for what police describe as serious, but non life-threatening injuries.