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Today's News

  • Closure in death case hinges on test results

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    Before investigators declare the fatal Aug. 29 shooting of a Radcliff divorcee an act of suicide, homicide or something else, results from gunshot residue swabs and other forensic tests must be made available.

    Radcliff police found recently-divorced Idella Pitts, 49, still alive but dying in a running car parked in her Scenic Drive garage at about 10 a.m. that Sunday.

    Suffering from a gunshot to the head, Pitts was flown to a Louisville trauma unit.

  • Photo: We have the foggiest
  • Oct. 8, 2010: Our readers write

    Who is Carl Lay

    Jimmie Lee is looking to another trip to Frankfort, but there’s a problem on the horizon. A newcomer has come to challenge him for a seat that belongs to the people of the 25th District.

  • Oct. 7, 2010: Obituaries

    Herman Bishop

    Herman Bishop, 64, of Hodgenville, died Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown.

    Survivors include a daughter, Christina Creason; a son, Cody Goosey; his companion, Patricia Ann Sheroon; and four stepchildren, Judy Marie McKinney, James Michael Vittitoe, Sonny Alvin Vittitoe and Amanda Carol Hutcherson.

    The funeral is at noon today at Bennett-Bertram Funeral Home in Hodgenville.

    Visitation begins at 9:30 a.m. today at the funeral home.

  • Vine Grove Chamber presents Rose with plaque

     

      Vine Grove Chamber of Commerce President James Chism recently presented September’s guest speaker Tony Rose with a plaque. Rose, a 9-11 survivor at the Pentagon, talked about his experiences on that fateful day.  The next Vine Grove Chamber luncheon is at noon, Oct. 12, at City Hall with a fall decorations auction.

  • HMH Auxiliary has September meeting

     

       The Hardin Memorial Hospital Auxiliary membership meeting was Sept. 27 with President Ruth Ellen Stanley presiding. Dr. Allison Cardin gave a brief lecture on robotic surgery. This past year the auxiliary has donated approximately $65,000 to the hospital for equipment, scholarships and other needs. The volunteers of the auxiliary have donated 36,355 hours in order to make this possible.

  • Potted Few members discuss upcoming events

     

  • Firefighter injured in Thursday crash

    The News-Enterprise

    A Central Hardin Fire Department volunteer was flown to University Hospital in Louisville on Thursday morning after being ejected from a pickup truck he was driving after a collision with a van.

    According to Elizabethtown police, firefighter Steve Simpson was driving a Ford F-250 pickup west on Ring Road around 7 a.m. when an eastbound van, turning onto Veterans Way, struck the side of his vehicle.

    The impact pushed the pickup over a curb, causing it to roll several times before settling.

  • Notable E'town family to gather this weekend

     

    TO LEARN MORE

    For more information about this weekend’s Haycraft family reunion, call: 300-0142.  

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN

    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com

  • Project United: Choose the winning team

    Several area companies came together this week to restore Valley View Education Center in a room-by-room competition. The center on Hawkins Drive in Elizabethtown is home to the Panther Place afterschool program, a gathering ground for at-risk students in the Elizabethtown Independent Schools system. The program is funded by EIS and United Way.

    Chris Wilborn, executive director of United Way of Central Kentucky, wanted a tangible example to show where and how money donated to the organization is spent.