Today's News

  • Potted Few Garden Club is District Yearbook Award winner

    Lahoma Baymor (center) accepts the National Yearbook Award from State President Kay Fisher and Alice Kummer.

    At the 63rd annual meeting of The Garden Club of Kentucky, Dogwood District, the Fort Knox Potted Few Garden Club won the prestigious National Garden Clubs Yearbook Award for 2008. Alice Kummer, Dogwood District director, presided over the annual meeting. Four members of the Potted Few Club were in attendance at the Oct. 19 event at the University of Louisville Alumni Club.

  • Right to Life Kentucky Heartland has concert and Life Chain

    October has been a busy month for Right to Life Kentucky Heartland. On Oct. 4, the group sponsored local chains in Radcliff and Elizabethtown in conjunction with the National Life Chain. More than 300 local pro-life citizens participated in the event by standing along U.S. 31W and Lincoln Trail Boulevard as they prayed for an end to abortion and gave peaceful public witness to the right to life of the unborn.

  • Oktoberfest at Atria Senior Living

    Sonja Vanderville and Connie Couch, employees at Atria Senior Living, cooked an authentic German meal for the residents to celebrate Oktoberfest.


  • PREP FOOTBALL: Marion County cruises past LaRue County, 41-14 (11/15)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com LEBANON — No matter what the LaRue County Hawks tried Friday night, they couldn’t get their running game going against the Marion County Knights. LaRue County, which entered the second round of the Class 4-A playoffs averaging 280 yards a game on the ground, was held to 104 yards in a 41-14 loss to Marion County at John J.

  • WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Brown, Jones renew rivalry (11/15)

    BOWLING GREEN — The last time Hope Brown and Alex Jones met on the basketball court, Brown led the North Hardin Lady Trojans to a gritty, suspenseful victory over Jones and the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers for the 2006 5th Region Tournament championship. In their reunion Saturday, Brown got the best once again. Although this one lacked some of the suspense. Now a junior at Weste

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  • Woman’s Club donates to Habitat

    The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown recently contributed to Habitat for Humanity at the house under construction on Jennie Drive. Diane Willis, president, right, presented a check and donated hardware to John Vaught, left, for use on construction sites in Elizabethtown.


  • GIRLS' PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Mattingly, Whitworth finish in top 10 (10/15)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com LEXINGTON — One brilliant career at State came to a close Saturday, while another got off to a pretty solid start. John Hardin senior Maggie Mattingly and Elizabethtown sophomore Brittany Whitworth each finished in the top 10 during the KHSAA State Cross Country Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park. Mattingly finished ninth

  • Garden Club tours Saunders Springs

    Members of the Elizabethtown Garden Club toured the Saunders Springs Nature Preserve Area in Radcliff. Director and Chief Volunteer Adrian Bambini, standing left,  conducted a walk around the grounds speaking of both the native plants and the history of the area. Recent beaver activity to both trees and the lake area was evident. Members standing are Rene Bauer, Delma Kittrell, Ann Kowalkoski, Anita Owen and Janet Gebler. Seated are Rosemary Hedges, Beverly Rose and Ruth Mitchell. For information about the club, call Ann Kowalkoski, 737-2048.


  • Thompsons to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

    DICK AND JANE THOMPSON, THEN…….AND NOW Dick and Jane Thompson of Elizabethtown are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married Oct. 27, 1959, in Glendale with the Rev. C. Ford Duesner officiating. Now retired, the Thompsons were owners of Rosey Posey Florist in Elizabethtown for more than 20 years.