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  • Buddy Durbin named to Madison Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals


    Buddy Durbin named to Madison Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals

    Entertainer Buddy Durbin of Elizabethtown recently was named to Madison Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals.

    Originally from Louisville, Durbin started his career at the age of 6 performing at the Grand Ole Opry. As a young performer, he also played at the Lincoln Jamboree, Renfro Valley Jamboree and the Ozark Jamboree.

  • GIRLS' PREP BASKETBALL: Success of E'town seniors will be hard to duplicate (3/16)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — During Sunday’s celebration at Elizabethtown High School, Coach Tim Mudd called for his four seniors to come to the middle of the court. Still heartbroken over Saturday night’s 55-47 loss to Louisville Iroquois in the championship game of the Houchens/KHSAA Swe

  • A show of Panther pride



    ELIZABETHTOWN — The Elizabethtown girls’ basketball team, fresh off its state runner-up finish at the Houchens/KHSAA Sweet Sixteen Girls’ State Basketball Tournament on Saturday night, returned home Sunday to heroes’ welcome.

    The Lady Panthers, who lost to Louisville Iroquois in overtime Saturday night in the championship game, were greeted by more than 300 fans at the high school when they arrived by charter bus from Bowling Green.

  • March 13 Building Permits

    The following building permit information has been obtained from Hardin County Planning and Development Commission, Radcliff Planning and Zoning, and the City of Elizabethtown Planning and Development offices. The name of the applicant, applicant’s address and use of permit are listed.

    Dana and Linda Johnson, 3 Blueball Church Road, county. Use: single-family dwelling.

    Kathleen Budde Revocable Trust, lot 13 Braeburn court, county. Use: single-family dwelling.

    Lincoln Memorial Church, 260 Greensburg Road, Hodgenville. Use: commercial building.


  • KSP arrests 17 on Muldraugh Hill


  • Knives in the Kitchen for Glendale Homemakers

    On Feb. 23, Jo Ellen Thomas and Gale Young attended training on the proper use of knives in the kitchen, presented by Theresa Howard and Abby Tate at the Hardin County Extension Office. Information obtained will be shared at the next Glendale’s Homemaker's meeting. The next meeting of the homemaker's group is 10 a.m., March 10 at the Glendale Christian Church lower level.


  • March 16, 2009: Services


  • Teen signals recovery from wreck, says dad


    LOUISVILLE – A Central Hardin High School student injured in a head-on collision two weeks ago is showing signs of recovery, her father says.

    According to Steve Hornback, 17-year-old Jennifer Hornback wiggled her toes and fingers upon doctors’ requests, giving her family progressive signs of recovery from grave injuries sustained during a crash with another pickup on Ky. 1600 March 2.

  • Memory lane finds traffic via vehicle restoration




    HARDIN COUNTY — Cruisin’ in a ’55 Chevy on a Saturday night isn’t a thing of the past for some people.

    “I think most people coming in want to restore as a sentimental thing,” Terry Spriggs, owner of Downtown Classic Cars in Radcliff, said. “It’s wanting to live in the past.”