Today's News

  • YOUTH BASEBALL: All-Star tourneys start this week (7/4)

    The News-Enterprise

    The Cal Ripken District 7 All-Star baseball tournaments start this week in Brandenburg, Elizabethtown and Hodgenville.

    Games begin Wednesday and run through July 13. Coaches are asked to call The News Enterprise sports team each night with results.

  • Infant’s death under investigation

    Kentucky State Police detectives are investigating the death of a 4-week-old baby.

    Hardin County 911 was called to a  West Point home at 2:24 p.m. Saturday after a report of an unresponsive infant.

    The child was taken by EMS to Jewish Southwest in Louisville where she was pronounced dead.

    EMS and West Point Police responded to the scene.

    KSP spokesman Trooper Bruce Reeves said an autopsy was scheduled for Sunday.

    The girl’s name has not been released.

  • The cost of freedom, Part II

    These are the names of those who called Kentucky home and died in service in the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan. Area service members’ names appear in bold type. Each listing includes the following information, in order: rank, name, age, hometown, service branch, unit, unit home, date of death and place of death.


  • The cost of freedom

    1st Lt. Robert F. Welch III
    A Fort Knox soldier on his first combat tour in Khowst Province, Afghanistan, died April 3, 2011, from wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his base with indirect fire.
    U.S. Army 1st Lt. Robert F. Welch III, 26, of Denton, Texas, was an ordnance officer assigned to Company B, 201st Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, Task Force Duke.
    He was less than three years into his military career.

  • Senior Life: Family stories bring us together

    Chances are many of us this summer will find ourselves gathered around picnic tables and in family rooms sharing summer and holiday traditions. Many of these traditions include telling stories from the past and realizing there is more to our families than what meets the eye.

  • Photos: Drive on display
  • Citifinancial changes its name to OneMain Financial

    On July 1, the CitiFinancial office at 181 Towne Drive will change its name to OneMain Financial.

    Branch Manager Michelle Volpert indicates the name change will not impact the products and services customers have come to know and appreciate, stating, “We’ll continue to work with each customer, one-on-one, to find a loan option that’s right for them and be here when they need us. The new name better fits who we are and what we do.”

  • Owsley Chiropractic celebrates five-year anniversary

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce conducted a ribbon cutting and five-year anniversary event June 24 for Owsley Family Chiropractic at 585-B Westport Road, Elizabethtown. Representing the City of Elizabethtown was Councilman Tony Bishop and his wife, Becky. Also participating were chamber board chairman Tom Hewlett, owner Dr. Michael Owsley and his wife, Kelly, and son, plus family, friends, staff, chamber board members and ambassadors.

  • Rays celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

    Virgil Ray and Mary Ellen McCorkle Ray of Rineyville celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 20, 2011.

    The Rays were married June 20, 1951 at St. Brigid Catholic Church in Vine Grove by the Rev. Joe Diemert.

    Mr. Ray retired from the carpenters union in 1983 after building many prominent buildings in Louisville. He suffered a massive stroke and resides at North Hardin Nursing and Convalescent Center in Radcliff.

    Mrs. Ray is a stay at home mother and lives in the original home they built in Rineyville.

  • Campbells celebrate 41st wedding anniversary

    Ezekiel Walter and Betty Campbell of Radcliff celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary July 1, 2011 with a celebration given by their two children and five grandchildren.