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Today's News

  • Radcliff Rotary welcomes Yates as student of the month

    1 Carson Yates with club President Neil Atcher, right.

    2 Jeff Peden with club President Neil Atcher, left.

    The Radcliff Rotary recently honored Carson Yates as Student of the Month. Carson, a senior at North Hardin High School, is the daughter of Thomas and Bonita Yates. She is active in Marching Band, student government and other senior groups, maintains a 3.95 GPA and aspires to attend Yale University and major in Linguistics and international studies.

  • Oct. 24 Howevalley news

     

    Howevalley Mona Holbert, 234-3298 FALL. The chore of raking leaves is here. Many have fallen but there is still a lot in the trees. We are still in desperate need of rain. We are still under a burn ban.

  • Hill celebrates 100th birthday

     

    Ruby Hill, formerly of Mount Sherman, will celebrate her 100th birthday from noon to 6 p.m., Oct. 30, 2010, at the home of Lee Ann and Modesto del Castillo, 3106 New Glendale Road, Elizabethtown. For directions call Lee Ann at 307-1571.

    Cards also may be sent to Ruby Hill, Colonial Health and Rehabilitation Center, 708 Bartley Ave., Bardstown, KY 40004.

    She was born Oct. 27, 1910.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

     

  • Cecilia Homemakers Meet

    The Cecilia Homemakers Club held its Oct. 19 meeting in the fellowship hall of Cecilia Baptist Church. Whitney Antique and Ann Reeser presented the lesson, “Grandparents and Grandchildren.” There were 26 in attendance. New member Carol Sargent was welcomed into the club. Guests always are welcome.

     

  • PREP SOCCER: Central Hardin's Golden Trio | State-bound teams have three 20-goal scorers (10/24)

     

  • Parents welcome Jackson

     

    Micah Loran and Beth Ellen Braswell Trent of Sonora announce the birth of a son, Jackson Micah on Aug. 19, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Grandparents are Donna Braswell of Summit and Roy and Janette Trent of Brandenburg.

    Great-grandparents are the late Cova Mae Terry, Juanita Baswell of North Carolina and the late Fletcher Braswell, the late Loran and Bessie Trent, and Elmer and Dorothy Wheatley of Valley Station.

     

  • Civil War site closes after fire

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    A 144-acre wildfire near Fort Duffield temporarily closed West Point’s historic Civil War site to visitors as forestry and fire crews continue to combat the risk of wildfire there.

    Portions of the park ignited Saturday after high winds blew a fire on Fort Knox outside the military reservation’s boundary.

    Gary Masterson, a volunteer at Fort Duffield, said the park should reopen to visitors within a day or so.

  • Sister welcomes Case Thomas

     

    Aubrey Scheible announces the birth of a brother, Case Thomas Scheible, on July 22, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 19 inches long.

    Parents are T.C. and Sarah Keller Scheible of Vine Grove.

    Grandparents are Tommy and Melinda Scheible of Rineyville, Tracy and Tracy Keller of Guston and Angela and Deane Lindley of Clarkson.

    Great-grandparents are Elsie Scheible of Vine Grove, Brenda and Jimmy Keller of Irvington and Anna and Phillip Dowell of Hardinsburg.

     

  • NHHS marching band aims again for state title

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    North Hardin High School’s marching band will try again, next week, to break down a wall that’s kept its band from placing better than third at Kentucky Music Educations Association’s annual statewide marching band championship.

    All four Hardin County high schools performed well enough during Saturday’s west regional championships to advance to next week’s semifinals, which is not uncommon.

    Also commonplace, North Hardin scored higher than its competition at the regionals.

  • Workshops paint picture of community

    An army of photographers spread throughout Hardin County last week to capture a moment in time – a timely endeavor because this area will never be the same after the Fort Knox transformation.

    Through dozens of still images and videos, the Western Kentucky University 2010 Mountain Workshops recorded dozens of stories, from political campaigns to quiet family scenes.