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Today's News

  • Divorces

    The following marriage dissolutions have been granted in Hardin Circuit Court in Elizabethtown.

  • RISING VOICES: Working teens make it work

    By AMIRA BRYANT
    About half of all U.S. teens — 48.9 percent — have jobs, according to a July 2010 data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Some work to pay for car insurance; others, to beef up college applications. For some, a job is just an opportunity to gain real-world work experience.
    Regardless of the reason, managing time between the responsibilities of school and work can be challenging.

  • Helping others is a holiday tradition

    TOPIC: Helping those in need
    OUR VIEW: Hardin shines bright during holiday season

    Lt. Marie Inmon has lived in Hardin County less than a year, but she is quite aware of Hardin County’s reputation for helping those who need a helping hand.
    “There is such a willing and giving spirit in this community,” the Salvation Army director said.
    She’s right.
    We do a lot right in Hardin County.
    And near the top of the list is reaching out to help those who need it.

  • Two creeks "dead" from whey waste

    The News-Enterprise

    GRAYSON COUNTY — A Grayson County man was sentenced to 12 months probation and a $15,000 fine Thursday in Owensboro’s U.S. District Court after he admitted to choking two streams with cheese waste.

    Richard Lacefield, of Millwood, admitted to U.S. Magistrate Judge E. Robert Goebel that he hauled cheese whey, a byproduct of cheese production, to his farm for disposal as part of his employment with manufacturer Bel Cheese.

  • Former city worker's trial set for December

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    Thursday’s scheduled trial for a former Radcliff public works employee charged this summer with misdemeanor assault was rescheduled for Jan. 6 after parties failed to reach any other disposition.

    Jeff Griess, 54, was a longtime employee with the city until late June when he was fired for what the city describes as “failure to follow assigned duties” and charged a couple days later with assaulting a motorist with a stick.

  • RISING VOICES: The world is a stage

    By JANELLE WILLIAMS
    At age 3, Kaity Paschetto slipped on her first pair of dainty ballet shoes. Since then, she has dominated the stage as a dancer and ensnared audiences throughout Kentucky with her operatic voice and striking red hair.
    “Theater is my life,” Paschetto, a junior at Central Hardin, said. “My two older sisters took dance, and that’s what got me started.”

  • Cecilia community news

     

    Cecilia

    Irene Dodson, 862-3808

    By the time you read my next column, Thanksgiving will have come and gone, so here’s wishing each of you a Joyous Thanksgiving with family and friends. But most of all remember to give thanks to the One who made it possible for the bountiful spread, from which we all gorge ourselves from the many delicious items, set before us.

  • South Hardin

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    This is the week that we give thanks for everything. I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving week and spends it filling up on family visits and yummy eats.
       The day after Thanksgiving is also a big event for some people. I would just like to remind everyone to be kind and courteous to those who do not have holiday cheer on the biggest shopping day of the year.

  • South Hardin community news

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    This is the week that we give thanks for everything. I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving week and spends it filling up on family visits and yummy eats.
       The day after Thanksgiving is also a big event for some people. I would just like to remind everyone to be kind and courteous to those who do not have holiday cheer on the biggest shopping day of the year.

  • Howevalley community news

    Howevalley

    Mona Holbert, 234-3298

    NOVEMBER. As I write this column it is raining. It’s such a blessing. Thursday is Thanksgiving. Hope each of you have a blessed one.

    CLUB ACTIVITIES. The Howevalley Vertrees Community Club upcoming activities include the next club meeting Nov. 22; and Christmas dinneris Dec. 20.