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  • Freedom isn't free but history can be

    I  love museums and I love to legendary tales of Kentucky’s excellence. On Saturday, I enjoyed both in my first visit to the Louisville Slugger Museum.

    Located at 800 W. Main St. in Louisville’s downtown, the facility features the world’s largest bat outfront plus legendary tales of how a small woodworking shop became world-renown for turning white ash into the tools of champions.

  • Sept. 30, 2010: Our readers write


    Walker delivers

    When Tim Walker says he will be a full-time mayor who can doubt it? Elizabethtown has some of the best public service workers in the commonwealth. They deserve excellence in their leaders. Tim sets the example for them by being available any time he is needed.

  • Sept. 23, 2010: Our readers write

    Re-electing Berry

    I support Judge Harry Berry for re-election as judge-executive of Hardin County. As a resident of this countysince 1976, I remember all too well what went on whenDemocratshad control. The county was far from served well,as each year the budget was balanced by takingmillions from reserves. When Berry took office, the cycle was stopped after the first year and Hardin County has had a series of balanced budgets ever since ee" without tax increasesor new taxes. That wasn’t good luck, it was sound management.

  • Sept. 26, 2010: Our readers write

    Endorsing Steve Hill

    It’s not easy on you to lose an election, but my loss in the GOP primary for jailer did have one bright spot. I got to meet a man who is “The Real Deal,” Steve Hill.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: Central beats Meade in two (10/01)


    The News-Enterprise

    Central Hardin senior outside hitter Cassidy Sorrells had 11 kills, five aces and four digs to lead the homestanding Lady Bruins to a 25-13, 25-18 win over former district rival Meade County on Thursday.

    Central Hardin (29-4) won its fourth straight, and improved to 2-4 against the Lady Waves (22-10) since Meade County joined the 3rd Region.

    Junior outside hitter Nicole Lanford chipped in with five kills, two digs and one kill, while junior middle hitter Cheyenne Mills added four blocks and two kills.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: LaRue County's Newberry done for the season (09/30)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com Veteran LaRue County football coach Rodney Armes knows his Class 4-A Hawks have a tough task ahead of themselves as they trek from Hodgenville to Cecilia to take on the unbeaten Central Hardin Bruins, who are ranked seventh in 6-A in this week’s Associated Press top 10 poll. The task will be even tougher without the services of D

  • Photos: Singing for the soul
  • PREP FOOTBALL: Bulldogs try to avoid letdown against Dunbar (10/1)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com John Hardin coach Mark Brown doesn’t often worry about his team’s preparation for games, but this isn’t one of those weeks. The Bulldogs, who are 5-0 and ranked fourth in the latest Associated Press Class 5-A poll, have played five consecutive tough games.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Elizabethtown in need of a confidence boost against Glasgow (09/30)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com While they may be nice to look at and brag about, records and rankings at this point of the season, quite frankly, don’t mean much. Last year, Central Hardin, Grayson County and Louisville Butler all started off 6-0 and found themselves in The Associated Press’ top 10. All three teams gave up at least 35 points in first-rou

  • PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: John Hardin blanks Knox (10/01)


    The News-Enterprise

    Juniors Chris Wilk, Daniel Ruiz and Colt Trimble each scored to lift the John Hardin Bulldogs to the third seed for the 10th District Tournament with a 3-0 win over homestanding Fort Knox on Thursday.

    Sophomore Alex Higdon had an assist for the Bulldogs (11-4-3 overall, 2-1-2 district), who won their second straight.