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  • Oct. 21, 2010: Obituaries


  • Bands prepare for regional competition

    By KELLY R. CANTRALL kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com Local bands will begin their march toward state championships this weekend. The regional quarterfinals for the Kentucky Music Education Association State Marching Band Championships are taking place Saturday at six locations across the state. Local band directors have been preparing their students all season for this weekend’s competi

  • Buggeland extradition order signed

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com Officials with multiple agencies in two states continue chipping away at extradition procedures and a list of signatures needed for an alleged killer’s return to Elizabethtown. Earlier this week, Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen signed an order that allows the return of Erik Buggeland, 35, the son of retired doctors Margaret and Terje Buggeland, who

  • Oct. 21: Services


  • 26th District state representative recommendation

    Of all the races in which this editorial board is making recommendations, the contest between incumbent Tim Moore and Allan Francis for the 26th District of the Kentucky House of Representatives presented the sharpest contrasts and most complicated choice.

  • HMH, United Healthcare in standoff

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com Hardin Memorial Hospital officials this week said they plan to terminate the hospital’s current three-year contract with United Healthcare by May 2011 if a new contract is not negotiated. HMH President and CEO David Gray announced the standoff between the hospital and insurance provider during the hospital’s board of trustees meeting

  • Write-in candidate seeks Upton office

    A formal write-in candidate has filed for Upton City Commission, bringing the field to four residents seeking the four seats.

    Heather Hagan Jones presented the paperwork to the Hardin County Clerk's office. Kim Ash, Chris Himes and Louis White's names will appear on the Upton ballot in the Nov. 2 general election along with Ashley Walters, who has withdrawn after taking a job with the city, County Clerk Kenny Tabb said Thursday.

  • Life-long volunteer, artist dies

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com An Elizabethtown woman who overcame daunting challenges and impacted the lives of other people through her art and volunteerism died earlier this week. Born nearly deaf and diagnosed with a neuromuscular disease 22 years ago, Elizabeth “Joann” Hornback served the American Red Cross for most of her life and founded a program to tea

  • 10th District state Senate recommendation

    In the 10th District race for Kentucky Senate incumbent Elizabeth Tori faces Dennis Parrett.

    Tori, a Republican, has long been known as a staunch advocate for veterans and the military and has been instrumental in championing related issues and pro-life initiatives. Her tenure has allowed her to be in positions critical to the base realignment process and to other important issues including expansion of water service in Hardin County and across the commonwealth.

  • 27th District state representative recommendation

    Voters who complain of a lack of quality candidates should consider the state representative race matching Republican challenger Dalton Jantzen of Payneville, an instructor at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, against Democratic incumbent Jeff Greer, an insurance agent from Brandenburg.

    The 27th District legislative seat, which serves Meade County plus adjacent precincts at Fort Knox and West Point and stretches into Bullitt County, has two insightful contenders in the Nov. 2 general election.