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Today's News

  • May 12 editorial: Tabacchi giving back even in retirement

    A recent story in this paper recognizing Jane Tabacchi on her selection as the High School Volunteer of the Year included 314 words.

    But it was the last 12 words in the article that told the story about Tabacchi's commitment and reward for volunteering her time at Central Hardin High School.

    "I don't know, you just feel so rewarded by seeing the growth,'' Tabacchi said.

    Jane Tabacchi is a teacher. Actually she is a retired teacher, but the very best in this incredibly important profession never truly retire, do they?

  • Ask the Expert

    By DONNY GILL

    Not very many years ago, women were advised to cut down on or to avoid exercise during pregnancy. Now, we know this does not have to be the case. Not only is it OK for women to participate in physical activity while pregnant, but doing so can have positive benefits for both the baby and mom.

  • Debris cleanup nearing completion

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com HARDIN COUNTY — The deadline for state contractors hauling debris out of Kentucky cities and counties expires next week, and county officials expect they’ll be wrapping up by summer. Deputy Judge-Executive Jim Robert said Tuesday the county expected to wrap up debris removal by July 10 so road crews could focus efforts on the

  • Dollars and Sense

    It’s not uncommon to fall behind on debt payments, particularly in a troubled economy. If you have missed payments on your mortgage, credit card or other outstanding debt, you may hear from a debt collector some time in the near future, if you haven’t already.

  • Misapprehension

    Misapprehension

    By LAURA HEGSTAD STOVER

  • Make a commitment to youth sports

     

    By DR. KEITH WILSON

    Youth sports involve commitment on many levels by parents, children and the league.

    The league commits to provide teams to play, fields to play on, coaches to coach and officials to officiate.

  • ‘Plaid-Shirt Bandit’ indicted

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com LOUISVILLE — A federal grand jury in Louisville returned an indictment Monday against a man dubbed the “Plaid-Shirt Bandit” after a series of bank robberies he’s accused of committing while wearing the same outfit. Of the banks 37-year-old Rogersville, Mo. resident Joseph Paul Young is accused of robbing is the Citizens Union

  • PREP TENNIS: E'town targeted at region (05/10)

     

  • Former Eastview man charged with sex crimes against child

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    EASTVIEW — A former Eastview resident arrested Friday on charges of first-degree sodomy and sexual abuse had a plea of not guilty entered on his behalf Monday during a video arraignment before Hardin District Judge John Simcoe.

    William Lee Crain, 38, was arrested by Kentucky State Police Friday afternoon on the felony sex crime charges. The alleged victim is less than 12 years old, a warrant against Crain states.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Meade County goes 3-0 at LaRue County (05/11)

    Meade goes 3-0 at LaRue event

    The News-Enterprise

    HODGENVILLE — The Meade County Lady Waves went 3-0 Saturday in the LaRue County Lady Hawk Challenge.

    The ninth-ranked Lady Waves (23-4) beat former 5th Region rival Adair County (2-0), Christian Academy-Louisville (1-0) and Barren County (1-0).

    n Senior Maris Harreld (15-1) struck out nine, walked one and allowed two hits against Adair County.

    Junior Erin Sireno tripled, while sophomore Erin Benton doubled.