Today's News

  • Oct. 14, 2010: Pink plan for October serves vital purpose

    The issue: Breast cancer awareness 

    Our view: Screenings save lives

    Fight Like a Girl, Save Second Base and even Real Men Wear Pink for All Women are T-shirt slogans to created bring light to the dark subject of breast cancer. October has been designated as Breast Cancer Awareness month to remind women of the importance of early detection through breast exams and screenings to save lives.

  • Allen-Colson


    Danny and Lou Ann Allen of Cecilia announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jenna Rachelle Allen, to Jonathan Darryl Colson, son of Darryl and Robin Colson of Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.

    The bride-to-be is a graduate of Central Hardin High School and Georgetown College with a bachelor’s degree. She is employed by Hardin County Schools.

    The prospective groom is a graduate of Bullitt East High School and is employed by Bullitt County Detention Center and Brinks Security.

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  • Conway stops in Hardin County


    By KELLY R. CANTRALL kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com

    U.S. Senate candidate Jack Conway was emphatic with his message Thursday that his opponent, Rand Paul, doesn’t “get” Kentucky.

    Kentucky Attorney General Conway, the Democratic candidate for Kentucky’s U.S. Senate seat, and Dennis Parrett, the 10th District Democratic candidate for the Kentucky Senate, spoke Thursday at Hardin County Democratic Party headquarters on Dixie Avenue in Elizabethtown.

  • U.S. Army Human Resources Command hosts first Fort Knox change of command

    The News-Enterprise

    A soldier played a drum roll crisply on a snare drum. After slow-marching “Every Other Left” from the back of the assembly, the Department of the Army Select Honor Guard stepped in a maneuver that turned its soldiers and the flags they carried to face the audience.

    The U.S. Army Human Resources Command was about to witness a time-honored tradition, marking the command’s first change of command at its new home.

  • Photo: Fall foliage
  • Focus on finance:The downside of low interest rates

    Question: Is there a down-side to the low mortgage interest rates we are currently seeing?

    Answer: Many mortgage brokers and bankers remain enthusiastic over the low, and possibly lower, mortgage-rate environment. We prefer to restrain our enthusiasm; low mortgage rates long have ceased to be the stimulus they were earlier in the crisis. Actually, low rates are doing more harm than good these days.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: Central Hardin outlasts John Hardin for long-awaited title (10/17)


  • Alternative energy vehicles showcased at ECTC Odyssey



    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College was a host site Friday for the National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey, which displayed vehicles that use alternative sources of fuel at more than 100 sites across the country.

    The local event was organized by the automotive/diesel program at ECTC, which works with hybrid technology.

  • Alpha Phi Alpha to host mentoring event Saturday

    The News-Enterprise

    A local community service fraternity is again extending its hand toward mentoring at-risk youth.

    The Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity is hosting The Alpha Project from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at North Hardin High School.

    The event is part of the fraternity’s education initiative to mentor at-risk males 12 to 17 years of age, said member Stan Holmes. The event will include games and classes to teach the youth about the responsibilities of manhood and the benefits of going to college, Holmes said.