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Today's News

  • Photo: Seeing a sundog
  • Irvington man charged with 'indecent exposure'

    The News-Enterprise

  • E'town adopts modified emergency plan

    The News-Enterprise
    Elizabethtown City Council adopted a modified emergency management plan this week that Elizabethtown Fire Chief Mike Hulsey says better fleshes out the roles of the city’s responders and resources in the case of a disaster.
    Hulsey presented the proposal in November so the city’s plan could be included with the county’s modified plan once they are presented at the state level.

  • Elizabethtown man charged with stabbing in LaRue County

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    A Sunday morning fight in Buffalo that ended with a LaRue County man being stabbed three times in the back has led to a first-degree assault charge for an Elizabethtown man.
    More than a half-dozen people were at a Greensburg Road residence early Sunday when an argument erupted between two men, according to Kentucky State Police Detective Jon Vaughn. It escalated into a brawl when Elizabethtown resident Adam Casey Simpson reportedly punched Doug Heath in the face, Vaughn said.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: Price leads Bulldogs over Eagles, 87-66 (12/09)

    With most of their team adjusting from a lengthy run in the football postseason, the John Hardin Bulldogs heavily relied on one of their youngsters who got hot in the first half.

    Sophomore guard Brandon Price scored 15 of his 22 points in the first half on 7-of-10 shooting and just missed a triple-double to lead the homestanding Bulldogs to an 87-66 win Wednesday night against visiting 17th District rival Fort Knox.

  • Flu cases spike in county

    mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com

    Influenza season has struck early this year in pockets of Kentucky, leading state health officials to upgrade the threat level from “sporadic” to “regional” because of the number of cases reported.

    Hardin County has been identified as an outbreak area with numerous cases reported and tested at the state level.

  • Feeding America, Heat or Eat?

    With the winter months, many people will be confronted with difficult choices such as paying for food and paying for utilities or heating fuel. According to a recently released USDA report, more than 50 million Americans are food insecure; meaning they lack consistent access to enough food at some point during the year. Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland is committed to providing hope to thousands of families in need.

  • Elmore wins Lions poster contest

    Joshua Elmore, an eighth grade student at Stuart Pepper Middle School, has taken the first step to becoming an internationally recognized artist by winning a local competition sponsored by the North Hardin Lions Club.
    Elmore’s poster was among more than 350,000 entries submitted worldwide in the annual Lions International Peace Poster Contest. Lions Clubs International is sponsoring the program to emphasize the importance of world peace to young people everywhere. The judging was held on Nov. 1 at Stuart Pepper Middle School.

  • American Legion Riders raise funds for FOP’s Shop with a Cop
  • Gen. Ben Hardin Helm Camp erects a grave marker near Big Spring

    The General Ben Hardin Helm Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans erected a military grave marker in the Kasey Cemetery near Big Spring for Pvt. Daniel Keith who served in the 54th Virginia Infantry, CSA. 
    Keith was one of many Confederates veterans who made their home in Hardin County after the Civil War.