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Today's News

  • Y.E.S. submits petitions for alcohol vote

    Yes for Economic Success has submitted its petitions to Hardin County Clerk Kenny Tabb, hoping a confirmation follows so a local option election for expanded alcohol sales can be scheduled in Elizabethtown, Radcliff and Vine Grove by fall.

    Tabb on Tuesday said a ruling could come as early as today.

    Tabb’s staff received the petitions last week and has been meticulously reviewing the signatures ever since, using as many as seven people to verify the names are legitimate, he said.

  • Governor visits troops in Iraq

    Gov. Steve Beshear spent Tuesday in body armor and a Kevlar helmet.

    He and the governors of Nevada, Tennessee and Utah were in Kuwait and Iraq visiting members of the military stationed in Iraq and being briefed about the war.

    Beshear said during a telephone news conference on Tuesday afternoon, 9:30 p.m. in Kuwait, that he has had to order troops into dangerous situations as commander-in-chief of the Kentucky National Guard.

  • PREP GOLF: Tuesday's results (08/03)

    GOLF

    BOYS’ PREP

    TUESDAY’S EVENTS

    FRANKLIN COUNTY FLYER CLASSIC

    LEXINGTON — Results from Tuesday’s second round of the Franklin County Flyer Classic at the par-72 Marriott Griffin Gate Golf Course:

    13. Elizabethtown (315)

  • PREP SPORTS: State wrestling, soccer venues changing (08/03)

    The Kentucky High School Athletic Association is overhauling three of its state championships, changing the venues where the soccer final four and wrestling state tournaments are conducted.

    In a press release Tuesday, the organization announced it is moving the boys’ and girls’ soccer final four to Lexington Paul Dunbar from Georgetown College and the wrestling state tournament to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington from the Frankfort Convention Center.

  • GOLF: Four local golfers in top 20 at Kentucky Open (08/03)

    Four local golfers are tied for 16th or better after the first day of the 2011 PowerBilt Kentucky Open at Persimmon Ridge Golf Club in Louisville.

    Former John Hardin standout Stephen Montgomery fired an opening round 71, which put him in an eight-way tie for eighth place and six shots behind leader Blake Watts of New Albany, Ind.

  • Radcliff resident found guilty of stealing from employer

    Landmark News Service

    A former retail store manager was sentenced to one year in jail after being found guilty of theft by unlawful taking.

    Bill Woodrow Willis, 30, of Radcliff was accused of making illegal transactions on cash registers without items being purchased at Pamida in Hodgenville. According to court records, Willis falsely entered transactions into the store’s computer, claiming they were returns and taking the cash for himself.

  • Leitchfield man assumes new role at E'town KSP post

    Kentucky State Trooper Norm Chaffins has been tapped as the Elizabethtown post's new public affairs officer.

    A 17-year KSP veteran, Chaffins is from Leitchfield and has served most of his time at the post as a trooper, he said. From 2001-2004, he was a detective.

    In conjunction with his time as a trooper, Chaffins said he was involved in several KSP programs, including the drug-prevention program Here's Looking at You.

  • Elizabethtown man sentenced in 2010 arson case

    An Elizabethtown man received a five-year probation sentence for second-degree arson stemming from a 2010 flash fire inside a trash receptacle at Standard Register’s plant in Radcliff.

    Philip Hudson, 21, will spend his probation time in Breckinridge County with his father and is not allowed to leave the county during that time, Hardin Circuit Court Judge Ken Howard said at Tuesday’s sentencing.

  • Photos: Men at work
  • Hardin County Chamber appointed to state chamber board

    mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com
    Hardin County Chamber of Commerce has watched its profile heighten on the state level.  
    The Hardin County Chamber has been appointed to the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors as an ex officio, or non-voting, member, said Executive Director Brad Richardson earlier this week.
    Richardson said the appointment already is paying dividends for the chamber with access to training programs and resources.