Today's News

  • Cops allege gang activity in Rineyville, Radcliff



    RADCLIFF – A Rineyville teenager was jailed Tuesday on a seldom-filed charge of criminal gang recruitment after Elizabethtown police served an arrest warrant obtained by Radcliff police.

    The warrant against 19-year-old La Vista subdivision resident Christian A. Vega-Caban claims he ordered a North Hardin High School student to “mark her face, causing visible physical injury to the left and right” to display gang affiliation.

  • A Dash of Class: Grape Salad, Parker House Rolls and Banana Berry Jam


    The recipes I have for you today have come from a variety of people and places. The first recipe I tasted at the dinner following a student’s funeral at St. John the Baptist Catholic church. I fell in love with it and think you will too, if you like grapes.

  • Ask ECTC: College Goal Sunday

    Contact information:

    (270) 706-8800 –Admissions Office

    (877) 246-2322 ext. 68800 (toll-free)

    (270) 706-8858 or (502) 942-0101 – Fort Knox Campus

    (270) 706-8702 – Workforce Solutions

    600 College Street Road

    Elizabethtown, KY 42701




    Q: What is College Goal Sunday?

  • Radcliff men charged with trafficking pot

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF – State troopers say two Radcliff men were planning to sell some of a five-pound marijuana shipment Tuesday when a traffic stop for excessive window tint spoiled their plans. A criminal citation states Terrell L. Matthews Jr., 26, and Johnny M. Wells Jr., 27, were on Horseshoe Court off South Wilson Road on Tuesday afternoon when

  • City upgrades litter efforts

    The News-Enterprise

    An effort to curb litter in the city is moving forward.

    Public Works Supervisor Don Hill said the city has ordered 30 no-littering signs for about 15 city streets to heighten awareness of litter laws and the potential $500 fine that could be tagged onto an offense if caught. Hill predicted the move will cost under $1,000.

    Some roads will receive two signs, though some will only need one, Hill said.

  • Ask the Expert: Retreat from holiday stress


    Christmas was lovely, but now it’s over. Do you feel a pull to get away from the crowds of people and the “to do” lists that have dominated your life for the past few weeks? Do you need to get focused, listen to that inner voice you’ve ignored during all the excitement and so many demands on your time and attention? Can I get an amen on this?

  • Proffitt eyes Vine Grove mayor post



    VINE GROVE — The top vote-getter in the most recent Vine Grove City Council race is hoping he’s the top vote-getter again — for mayor of the city.

    Blake Proffitt, who is in his third term as a councilman, has filed for mayor. Proffitt joins Donna Broadway and Chris Canaday as candidates for the post.

    Proffitt, 48, said his experience on city council will help him as he seeks the city’s top spot.

  • Berry says county budget ‘strained but still holding’

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com HARDIN COUNTY — The county’s wallet continues to show signs of wear from familiar stressors, but revenues trumped costs through the fiscal year’s first half. “We have a budget that is strained but still holding,” Judge-Executive Harry Berry said during a mid-year review Tuesday. The county recorded rev

  • Enjoying a new place, remembering the old one

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA On Sunday, my girlfriend, Becca, and I did some shopping. Though we’re settled in our new old home and have most major furnishings, after just over a year we still have some things we need to buy: some chairs for this room, some end tables for that one. So we found ourselves doing that kind of shopping that really works best when we’re both present.

  • Jan. 27, 2010: Obituaries

    Rylee Wyatt Ashbaugh

    Rylee Wyatt Ashbaugh, infant son of Ricky Jr. and Latisha Hayse Ashbaugh Jr., of Leitchfield, passed away Saturday, Jan. 23, 2010, in Leitchfield.