Today's News

  • The News-Enterprise receives three first-place awards

    The News-Enterprise

    Three first-place honors went to The News-Enterprise as part of the annual awards presented in the Kentucky Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest.

    John Friedlein and Chuck Jones received writing honors.

    Friedlein’s Stories from the Heartland column, which appears in each Monday’s edition, was selected by judges as the best column among Kentucky’s medium-size daily newspapers.

  • HCP to hold auditions for 'Agnes of God'

    The News-Enterprise

    Auditions for Hardin County Playhouse’s production of “Agnes of God” will be held Monday and Tuesday at Plum Alley Theater in the Historic State Theater complex in Elizabethtown.

    Needed for the play are three women.

    The audtions begin at 6:30 p.m. each night.

  • Radcliff hip hop artist to release CD

    The News-Enterprise

    “Trilogy,” the first album by Radcliff hip hop artist Cory Smith — who records under the name Young Dibiase — is scheduled to be released Friday.

    Smith, who is part owner of Hooligan Muzik Group, began recording music about 2006. “Trilogy” is his first album.

    Born in Germany, Smith has opened for acts throughout Kentucky, including Rich Boy.

  • Being part of a dog's life

    It has been a little more than two months since my girlfriend, Rebecca Ricks, and I first got a new addition to our home, a 2-year-old Pomeranian named Tybalt.

    Although he came to us after being abandoned, Tybalt has adjusted so well it seems like he has been here all his life. He never seemed uncomfortable at all.

    Sure, for the first couple of weeks Tybalt was a door dasher. You know: He saw an open door and he dashed for it to run outside. From what we were told, he was abandoned outside, so maybe he was used to running free.

  • PREP SPORTS: Officiating legend Dick Morse Sr. passes away (01/24)

    Richard Morse was an official to the very end.

    “Dick” to those who knew him, the 77-year-old Radcliff resident died Saturday at Louisville’s Jewish Hospital. Just last month, he was serving as the assigning secretary for the six KHSAA football state championship games in Bowling Green. This was less than seven months after being in Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown for a pair of hip replacements.

  • Former Radcliff resident named CEO of Murray-Calloway County Hospital

    Col. Jerome Penner III could not ignore the signs.
    A 29-year veteran of the U.S. Army, Penner is retiring from the military in June and will take over as chief executive officer at Murray-Calloway County Hospital in Murray on April 1.
    Penner, who grew up in Radcliff and graduated from North Hardin High School, said he is ready to place his feet back in the bluegrass.
    “I need to be able to watch the Big Blue games,” said Penner, an avid University of Kentucky Wildcats fan.

  • Now playing: A snowy afternoon at the movies
  • "Peer" appears onstage
  • Showcase for wedding planning — and actual weddings

    At Bridal Showcase 2011, many visitors were just starting to prepare for their big day. But for one couple, the preparation came to an end.
    The showcase, sponsored by The News-Enterprise, took place Sunday at Pritchard Community Center. More than 30 vendors offered an array of services to assist in wedding planning, from caterers to cakes.
    For Stephanie Masden and Ivor Lewis, both of Elizabethtown, the planning was over. Masden and Lewis exchanged vows at the event after winning a wedding package through a reader contest in the newspaper.

  • Sizemore named KPA president

    Jamie Sizemore of Elizabethtown, publisher of the Kentucky Standard in Bardstown and former circulation director of The News-Enterprise, has been named the 2011 president of the Kentucky Press Association.
    Sizemore began her new role Friday, and will serve until next January, when she will stay on the board for one more year as past president.
    Her main responsibility is to lead the board and its various committees, she said.
    “It’s obviously not a one-man show,” she said.