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  • Summer Blast a benefit for kids' Christmas

    Staff Report

    Radcliff police will host a Summer Blast Shop-With-a-Cop fundraiser June 13 with a 3-on-3 basketball tournament and 5K run.

    The event is open to all.

    Detective Tucker Raifsnider said adult and juvenile classes will be available for the 3-on-3 tournament. Basketball games will be held on courts adjacent to Colvin Community Center and will begin after the run.

    The run will begin about 8 a.m. June 13 near Radcliff City Hall.

  • BOYS'/GIRLS' PREP TRACK & FIELD ROUNDUP: Weekend Results (05/10)

    TRACK & FIELD

    ST. XAVIER INVITATIONAL

    LOUISVILLE — Results from Saturday’s meet at St. Xavier High School:

    GIRLS

    TEAM SCORES (11 TEAMS)

      3. Elizabethtown (E) 72 points

      6. North Hardin (NH) 60

    11. John Hardin (JH) 9

      —. Elizabethtown B (EB) NTS

    INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

    100 Dash, 23 Competitors

      4. Janaiqua Horne (NH) 13.05

    10. Kymbur Berrow (E) 13.57

    12. Katelynn Richardson (E) 13.83

  • May 11, 2009: Our readers write

    Disenfranchised Republicans

    Although not up to headline status, discussions of the Republican Party’s shrinkage continue to bump along among B-level articles. Election results in recent years confirm that Republican candidates have lost favor with voters. In addition, media now report that the number of citizens who claim they’re Republicans has fallen. The question is why.

  • PREP TENNIS: Schamburg elevates Lady Bulldogs (05/10)

     

  • Doors open, curtains up

    Staff Report

    Mayor David Willmoth and his wife, Hanni, lower right, share a “courting seat” Friday night during the Historic State Theater cocktail reception. Attendees toured the theater and guides told the history of different sections of the movie house and answered questions from patrons. The theater is open today with showings of “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial” at 2 and 6 p.m. Doors open an hour before each show. The $10 ticket price includes popcorn and a  soft drink in a commemorative cup.

     

  • BOYS'/GIRLS' PREP TENNIS ROUNDUP: Saturday's Results (05/10)

    TENNIS

    BOYS’ PREP

    SATURDAY’S MATCHES

    LOUISVILLE BALLARD 4, CENTRAL HARDIN 1

    Singles

    Will Apperson (B) def. Zach Thomas (CH), 6-3, 6-1

    Andy Carter (B) def. Judah Thomas (CH) 6-4, 6-2

    Dane Mendelsom (B) def. Jared Felker (CH), 6-2, 6-1

    Doubles

    Schwartz/Mosu (B) def. Kelly Bland/Tyler Sweat (CH), 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (7-5)

    Joe Cox/Sam Thomas (CH) def. Bailey/Cume (B), 6-2, 6-0

    Singles Exhibition

    Vik Patel (CH) def. Yifan Zahng (B), 8-6

    Doubles Exhibition

  • Through the eyes of another

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Manami Robinson’s niece, who lives in northern Japan, was leafing through a school library book when she noticed something about Elizabethtown.

    This must have grabbed her attention because she knows her aunt lives here. Then, lo and behold, there was a photo of Robinson during a morning stretching session with students.

    She called Robinson. “She was so excited about it,” said her aunt, director of the Elizabethtown Japanese School.

  • May 3 South Hardin news

     

  • BOYS' PREP TRACK & FIELD: Central Hardin's Battle jumping to new heights in first season with Bruins (05/10)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL

    jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com

    CECILIA — Anthoni Battle may not have the most sparkling resume, but that’s not what matters most to the Central Hardin High School junior.

    What does matter is helping the Bruins reach greater heights as a team.

  • PREP BASEBALL: LaRue County's Eastridge changes swing, outlook at same time (05/10)

    By CHUCK JONES

    cjones@thenewsenterprise.com

    HODGENVILLE – Jay Eastridge’s senior season didn’t get off to the start he envisioned.

    In his first 15 at-bats, Eastridge, a LaRue County senior, only had one hit. He knew he had to make changes and he had to do them quickly.

    “At the beginning of the year, I didn’t feel comfortable at the plate,” Eastridge said. “I cut my swing to a third of what it was. The key was getting my hands straight to the ball.