Today's News

  • Conference aims to boost music careers

    The News-Enterprise

    LOUISVILLE — Independent recording artists can receive tips and tools for launching or furthering a music career at a SESSIONS Conference in Louisville on Saturday.

    Sponsored by Patton House Entertainment, the conference is an intensive, one-day seminar that covers how the music industry is structured and how to effectively navigate it, as well as touring, booking, record labels, publishing, image, performance, production, recording and business management.

  • Autumn Daze switches up musical acts



    VINE GROVE — The Vine Grove community is jazzing up its Autumn Daze festival this year.

    The Vine Grove Autumn Daze festival is Friday and Saturday at IGA and Optimist Park. A street dance will begin the festivities at 7 p.m. Friday at IGA, and the festival will continue at 9 a.m. Saturday at the park.

  • Getting a jumpstart on Christmas

    By Henry M. White 

    Guest columnist

    Have you ever wondered how our community provides Christmas for those who need assistance in Elizabethtown and southern Hardin County? As Helping Hand gears up for Christmas 2009, let me share with you what is involved.

  • 9-8 Services

    Woodrow Clayton Clark, 51, of Radcliff, died Monday, Aug. 24, 2009. Memorial service is at 4 p.m. Saturday at North Hardin Christian Church in Radcliff; a time of fellowship begins at 3 p.m. Nelson-Edelen-Bennett Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

    Fowler Crain, 80, of Munfordville, died Saturday, Sept. 5, 2009. The funeral is at 2 p.m. CDT today at Brooks Funeral in Munfordville with burial with military rites in Munfordville Municipal Cemetery. Visitation continues at 9 a.m. CDT today at the funeral home.

  • Sept. 11, 2009: Services


  • From the Bookshelf: 'The Red Tent'
  • Western Hardin County Days 'instills community spirit'



    HARDIN COUNTY — Western Hardin County Days will feature plenty of music and pageants this weekend.

    Not to mention a parade, cornhole tournament and games and booths.

    Lucy Lucas, one of the event organizers, said it is important for that slice of Hardin County to have a community festival.

  • Patriotism and a little rock 'n' roll

    The News-Enterprise   ELIZABETHTOWNThe 113th Army Band, The Dragoons, will present a free concert at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Freeman Lake Park. The Dragoons are the second-oldest Army Band in active duty, dating back to 1840, and performed in President Lincoln’s second inaugural parade. Currently it serves the United States Armor Center and Fort Knox.

  • Dog Gone Wild Chapter 1

    My golden opportunity! My chance to shine! My time to show my family that I’m a warrior, a champion, a real sportsman, uh, sportsdog! I’m sorry, I should introduce myself. I’m Mr. Dogwood, but my friends and family call me Woody. (Sometimes I’ll hear “Dogwood” if I’ve made a knucklehead decision or if my parents are trying to get my attention.) Anyway, I’m a black and tan miniature wiener dog who lives in the great state where I was born – Kentucky.

  • Sept. 16, 2009: Obituaries

    Bob Coffman

    Bob Coffman, 87, of Liberty, originally from Jacktown Community in Casey County, died Monday, Sept. 14, 2009, at Liberty Care Center.

    He was born May 25, 1922 in Casey County. He was retired from the Kentucky Highway Department. He was a member of Poplar Grove Church and was an Air Force veteran of World War II.

    He was preceded in death by his parents, Otis Coffman and Nettie Smith Coffman; four brothers, Jim, Bradley, John and Kenneth Coffman; and a sister, Joyce Reed.