Today's News

  • Peters-Brock

    Hayley Peters and Richard Brock, both of Rineyville, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Ronnie and Iva Peters of Rineyville. She is a graduate of Spencerian College and is a massage therapist.

    The prospective groom is the son of Kenneth Brock of Rineyville. He is a roll tender at Publishers Printing.

    The wedding is at 3:30 p.m., April 2, 2011, at Valley View Baptist Church. A reception will follow at 5 p.m. at Colvin Community Center.

  • La Te Da opens on Fat Tuesday

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce celebrated Fat Tuesday with a grand opening, ribbon cutting and open house for La Te Da, a party design, fresh floral, home decor and gift shop at 913 N. Mulberry St., Elizabethtown. Pictured are owners Lisa French, Cindy Walker, Neise Carey, interim Chamber President Rik Hawkins, board members, family, friends and Chamber Ambassadors.

  • El Acapulco holds ribbon cutting

    The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce celebrated a grand opening-ribbon cutting for El Acapulco Mexican Restaurant. They are located at 918 N. Dixie Highway, Elizabethtown (across from HMH). Pictured at the Ribbon Cutting are Ramiro Romero Sr., owner; Ramiro Romero Jr., manager; Rik Hawkins chamber president/CEO; family, friends and Chamber Ambassadors.

  • PREP SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Meade ends Central's run in TSOA Tournament (03/27)

    The Central Hardin Lady Bruins’ hot start to the season came to a crashing halt Saturday during the second day of the TSOA Tournament at Meade-Olin Park in Brandenburg.

    After rolling through their pool with a 6-4 win over Bullitt Central and a 16-1 win in three innings against Breckinridge County, the Lady Bruins (4-1) dropped a 10-1 decision to No. 9 Meade County in the second round of the single-elimination tournament.

  • PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: North Hardin extends win streak to four (03/27)

    The North Hardin Trojans went 3-0 over the weekend, picking up wins over Gallatin County, Cumberland County and North Bullitt.

    North Hardin has won four straight since its first game under first-year coach Ace Adcock ended in a 7-7 tie because of darkness at Bullitt Central.

    n Junior Andrew Boyles hit a three-run home run and finished with four RBIs as the Trojans rolled past Gallatin County, 12-1 in five innings Saturday.

    Junior Antonio Simmons had two singles and an RBI for North Hardin, which had nine hits.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: Green County, Central Hardin 1-2 in region coaches' poll (03/27)

    Not too surprisingly, the team that ended last season on top of the 5th Region softball mountain for the first time starts the season back on top.

    The Green County Lady Dragons, who went 37-6 in 2010 and were one of the final six teams remaining in the state tournament, are ranked No. 1 in the first 5th Region softball coaches’ poll conducted by The News-Enterprise.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Central tops region coaches' poll

    There’s no debating who the top baseball team in the 5th Region this season.

    In The News-Enterprise’s poll of coaches, every coach – 10 of the 17 voted and two more responded – listed the Central Hardin Bruins as the region favorite. The Bruins topped Elizabethtown in last year’s region championship.

    “They have everybody back,” LaRue County coach Chris Price said. “That’s a lot of experience. There’s a lot of other good teams in the region, but they are expected to win the region again.”

  • PREP TRACK & FIELD: Weekend Roundup (03/27)




    LOUISVILLE Results from Saturday’s meet at Central High School:


      2. North Hardin (NH)                                  104

  • PREP TENNIS: Weekend Roundup (03/27)






    Wes Whitmer (DC) def. Lance Hagan (E), 6-1, 6-1

    Amaury Lejay (DC) def. Faizan Movania (E), 6-1, 6-1

    Daniel Crain (E) def. Salem Hudson (DC), 7-5, 6-2

    Taylor Thomas (E) def. Jacob McEwen (DC), 8-2

    Bennett Wilson (DC) def. Griffin Davis (E), 8-6

  • Street painting festival to take over downtown E'town for second year

    Elizabethtown will transform into a canvas for artists again this fall.
    The Via Colori Italian Street Painting Festival once again will take over downtown on Sept. 10.

    The festival is a fundraiser for the Advocacy and Support Center in Elizabethtown and provides a creative outlet artists can access to mold scenic pastel paintings directly on the pavement of North Main Street and the square in downtown.