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Today's News

  • Traffic and misdemeanors

    The following misdemeanor and traffic violation cases are found in Hardin District Court Division I in Elizabethtown. KAPS stands for Kentucky Alternative Programs. Totals include court costs and/or public advocacy fees. Birth year is in parenthesis.

    Dawn M. Baker (1970). Theft by deception (three counts). Total $155.
    Christa D. Ball (1987). Theft by deception. Total $155.
    Rebecca O’Brien Hoffman (1954). Theft by deception. Total $155.
    Louis W. Holton Jr. (1942). Failure to yield right of way to funeral procession; state traffic school. Total $164.

  • New tech gadgets can be a distraction in class

    It's an age-old struggle: friends vs. fractions.

    These days, it's hard to tell who's winning. Keeping students focused on class work is even more difficult in the digital age, when handheld tech gadgets make it easy for students to become distracted.

    While schools are working to incorporate more technology into the classrooms, there are some tools they still don’t want to see —  namely cell phones and iPods.

  • White Mills community news

    White Mills

    Kathleen Booker, 369-7101

    SYMPATHY. Sympathy to the families of John E. Cooper and Hazel Raymer.

    HOLIDAY EVENT. Lakewood Elementary School presented its Christmas program, “A Spirited Christmas,” on Dec. 9 and 10. Elnoah and Kathy Gragson were among the large audience who attended each night. Their grandsons, Zack and Gavan Young, participated in the program.

  • Ice coats some roads, slushes others

    HARDIN COUNTY
    Police in and around Hardin County are reporting a wide variety of road conditions following last night and this morning's wintry mix of ice, sleet and snow that smeared across the state.
    Primary roads, including Interstate 65 and most major state routes, are in fair conditions, despite some slick spots, according to state and county law enforcement agencies.
    Secondary roads, especially north of Elizabethtown into Radcliff, are mainly ice covered.

  • Gift ideas for seniors can be filled with tricky choices

    The holiday season means the tricky task of shopping for just the right gift for loved ones and friends.
    If the recipient is an older adult, the task can be trickier still.
    “It’s hard because they’re not necessarily going to like what we like,” Amanda Hodgens, director of the Senior Companion Program, said.
    Perfumes, colognes and lotions generally are not well-received, she said.
    “A lot of them turn away from that,” Hodgens said.
    Many older adults don’t want the latest technology either, she said.

  • Howevalley Community News

     WEATHER.  I know many of you don't like winter but wouldn't it be boring if the weather stayed the same all year?  Kentucky weather is so unpredictable.  How did you like the snow on Dec. 13?  It just wasn't enough for us snow lovers (Daphne, Elaine, Kevin, Steve, Bonnie and myself). The wind was so unbearable which made the temperature even colder.  On Dec. 16, we got ice which isn't too much fun, which meant another day off for schools.

  • Human trafficking case begins in LaRue court

    By BOB WHITE
    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com
    Two Hodgenville residents arrested last week on the rarely used charges of human trafficking and promotion of human trafficking entered not guilty pleas in LaRue County’s 10th District Court Wednesday morning.
    Court records show Rhonda J. Brown, 54, is accused of trading the sexual services of a 15-year-old girl under her care to James M. Curtsinger, 63, in exchange for his paying some of her monthly bills.

  • School closings announced

    With ice formed on roads, school closings have been announced for today.

    Hardin County Schools, Elizabethtown Independent Schools, Fort Knox Schools, Elizabethtown Christian Academy, St. James School and West Point Schools all have called off today's schedule. Neighboring districts in Nelson, Meade and LaRue counties also are postponed.

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College also is closed today. Western Kentucky University classes at its Elizabethtown, Radcliff and Fort Knox campuses have canceled all classes today.

  • My Kitchen, Your Recipe: Mary Iseler's Church Windows

    By MARY ALICE HOLT

    Mary Iseler of Elizabethtown has sent us a recipe from her childhood — Church Windows. She says she’s not sure where the recipe originated, but she’s guessing it would have been the Port Huron Times Herald.

  • Author wants business leadership to 'Take It To The Max'

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA
    rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    Professional speaker Jeff Peden wants business leaders to “Take It To The Max.”
    The Radcliff author will be signing copies of his book, “Take It To The Max: The Ultimate Strategy for Maximizing Profits and Growth,” from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at The Bookstore in Radcliff.
    In his book, Peden parlays his business experience into advice for those in leadership roles.