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  • From the bookshelf: 'Everlost'


    Everlost (The Skinjacker Trilogy) Neal Shusterman

  • Gunshot reported as officer chases suspect

    By BEN SHEROAN bsheroan@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — After a brief foot chase in which a gunshot was reported Tuesday evening, a Radcliff police officer found a 22-year-old man hiding in a dumpster along Illinois Road. While patrolling on the north side of the city, Officer James Lark spotted a man leaving an apartment on Hill Street that he recognized as being wanted on a warrant

  • New business is pet project for experienced business owners


  • March 8, 2010: Our readers write

    Welcome Home Vitenam Vets celebration

    It is too late for my father —  Agent Orange ate him alive and by the time of 65 he was gone — 11 years ago in March. He was a warrior of Tet in Chu Lai with America l Division, received six Bronze Stars and one Medal of Valor — all combat related.

  • Participants can register online for Wired65 seminar

    The News-Enterprise ELIZABETHTOWN — Those wishing to attend the Wired65 seminar next week can register online. Registration for the Wired65 Entrepreneurial Networking Seminar can be done at www.wired65.org. An application can be completed and submitted there. The seminar is at 1 p.m. March 18 and focuses on information for entrepreneurs and small business owners. There are a t

  • March 10: Our Readers Write

    March is Red Cross Month The American Red Cross and its volunteers work every day to help save lives or rebuild lives that have been shattered by disaster — whether it is down the street, across the country or around the world. March is Red Cross Month and we want to thank those supporters whose generosity helps us continue our service to those who need us, every day.

  • Fiscal Court postpones vote on administrative code revision

    The News-Enterprise HARDIN COUNTY — Hardin Fiscal Court on Tuesday voted, 3-1, to postpone the passage of a revised administrative code for the county until at least June. Commissioner Bill Brandenburg made the motion and received support from his fellow commissioners. Judge Executive Harry Berry voted against the motion. Brandenburg said the code needs to be updated b

  • Cadet teachers learn their own lessons while educating



    HARDIN COUNTY — Hardin County Schools high schoolers interested in the education profession have the opportunity to get schooled on schooling before declaring a major.

    Hardin County Schools offers a cadet teaching program at all three of its high schools. Students can work in middle and elementary schools programs to learn more about the education field and whether they want to go into it.

  • 3rd ESC back home from Haiti

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com FORT KNOX – Family members once again crossed the Sadowski Field House gym floor to embrace loved ones. Troops of the 3rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), which just this past summer flew back from Iraq, on Tuesday were greeted during another homecoming – this time after the unit’s first humanitaria

  • Victim cries political hate crime



    ELIZABETHTOWN – An Elizabethtown man says his truck was vandalized in a politically motivated act that he believes borders on being a hate crime.

    Police charged the man connected with destroying the paint of Cherry Wood Drive resident Kenneth Bunting’s pickup with criminal mischief – a felony, but not a criminal allegation of hate or prejudice.