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Today's News

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Central Hardin's Boeglen resigns before opening match (08/09)

    In its successful 11-year history, the Central Hardin High School volleyball program had just one coach. Shortly before they began their 12th season Monday, the Lady Bruins suddenly had their second.

    Wendy Boeglen said she officially resigned Monday afternoon, just hours before the reigning 17th District Tournament and 5th Region Tournament champion Lady Bruins opened their season at district rival Fort Knox. Jeff Crady, who is in his eighth year on the coaching staff, was named interim coach.

  • Chuck Campbell leaves legacy with his students

    Years after students have cleared out of their high schools and life has taken them in various directions, reflecting on the people who impacted their lives is natural.

    For students who found their way into band, Chuck Campbell touched many lives in Hardin and Clark counties.

    The former band director at North Hardin High School, East Hardin High School and George Rogers Clark High School died July 30 in Nashville after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 70.

    Campbell’s love for music and people won’t be forgotten.

  • Summer job is part of college plan for EHS student

    When Elizabethtown High School student Kimberly Morris decided to look for a summer job, she began sending out resumes.

    One of the places she sent a resume to was Stone Hearth Restaurant. Her mom had heard they were hiring, Morris said.

    “I had actually applied to literally 10 other places and none of them called me back,” Morris said.

    When Morris called the restaurant to see if someone there would be interested in reviewing her resume, she snagged an interview. It was less an interview, she said, than an orientation.

  • Remembering mom and helping others
  • Radcliff mulls unification

    The concept of unifying governments within Hardin County fell flat with Radcliff City Council and Councilwoman Barbara Baker said Monday the idea has caused “uproar” in northern Hardin County.

    Council members weighed in on the plan to unify local cities with Hardin County government during Monday afternoon’s work session. Each member expressed wariness or hostility about the idea.

  • Model student
  • Local Fundraiser Raises $7,000 For Kosair Charities

    A hay ride, inflatable slide and balloon animals were among the 20 kids’ activities provided July 30 by the Kosair Kids Softball Tournament.

    While 12 softball teams competed for a trophy bearing the Kosair Charities logo at Dawley Park in Radcliff, children enjoyed a kids’ fair on the adjoining soccer fields.  Bryce Shumate of the Radcliff Police Department, was in attendance for the second year with the city-owned Bounce House and Party Plus of Elizabethtown donated multiple carnival games to add to the festivities.

  • Thank you from Fair Pageant Committees

    The Hardin County Community Fair Pageant Committees would like to thank the community for all their support for our pageants this year. Scholarships, sponsorships, donations, financial help, and volunteers helped to make the pageants a great success. We would like to thank The News-Enterprise for the great coverage of all pageants. Thank you.

     

  • Two injured in single-car wreck

    A Rineyville woman and Vine Grove teen were airlifted to Louisville after sustaining injuries in a single-car, roll-over wreck at the 7000 block of Rineyville Road on Sunday night.

    Dorothy J. Casey, 44, was driving the 13-year-old boy to his Flaherty Road home, said Greg Lowe, spokesman for the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office. The red 1994 Honda Civic was traveling westbound on Rineyville Road when it went off the right shoulder.

    Casey overcorrected, crossed into the eastbound lane and went into a ditch, causing the car to overturn several times, Lowe said.

  • Road work planned for 31W and Knox Boulevard

    Department of Highways maintenance crews will begin replacement of a southbound portion of U.S. 31W in Radcliff at the Knox Boulevard intersection beginning at 4 a.m. Tuesday.

    Rutted pavement will be replaced with new asphalt near the intersection. Southbound traffic should expect delays. The work is expected to be complete by the end of the day.

    Motorists are urged to approach the intersection with caution and be prepared for slowly moving and stopped traffic. Minimize driver distraction by limiting use of electronic devices such as phones.