The economy is in a recession, Kentucky’s unemployment rate is 9 percent, we have a state budget that is busted and education spending that ranks 36th in the nation and THE basketball team failed to make the NCAA tournament. The sky is falling, people.
The News-Enterprise Jordan Newton is moving up in the baseball world. Newton, a former LaRue County standout, was promoted in the Detroit organization, moving from West Michigan to Lakeland (Fla.). Both are Class A teams, but Lakeland is considered high Class A. Newton was batting .386 with three doubles, two triples and three home runs.
The News-Enterprise Sophomore Nick Williams pitched effectively to pick up his first win of the season, and the John Hardin Bulldogs crept above the .500 mark for the first time this season with an 8-1 win over visiting Meade County on Monday. Williams (1-0) scattered five hits and one earned, while striking out two in the complete-game effort as the Bulldogs improved to 7-
By MARTY FINLEY firstname.lastname@example.org RADCLIFF— A marker symbolizing the sacrifice of American veterans will be dedicated this week in Radcliff The Blue Star Marker, erected in December in front of the administrative building at the Kentucky Veteran’s Cemetery, was placed at the cemetery to honor the sacrifices of veterans through America’s various wars and conflic
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Elizabethtown Independent Schools board chose a site Monday for its new preschool and kindergarten center at a special meeting. The new center will go in front of Helmwood Heights Elementary School on the elementary school’s campus.
By BOB WHITE email@example.com ELIZABETHTOWN – A store employee giving chase and a fast response by police responding to a robbery Tuesday afternoon resulted in the capture of one suspected thief and the search for his accomplice. The 911 call reporting the robbery at the Towne Mall area Rent-a-Center went out to police around 1:30 p.m. and a flood of police cruisers poured
Maybe we can find a better way Hardin County cannot take pride in finding, according to Sunday’s News Enterprise, that over half of its homeless pets are euthanized. As a volunteer at Vine Grove’s Animal Refuge Center, ARC, I know good pets lose homes through no fault of their own. Divorce, illness or family misfortune can be tragic for the pet. Consider adopting a pet &md