Today's News

  • Jan. 10 Local History


  • EHS Class of ‘80 Reunion announced

    The Elizabethtown High School Class of 1980 will have a 30-year reunion celebration. Classmates are invited to gather Sept. 4 at the remodeled Howard Johnson, 1058 N. Mulberry, in Elizabethtown for a   buffet dinner, sharing memories, dancing and fun. Additional optional activities will be added as people register.

  • Road work will reduce lanes on Lincoln Parkway

    The News-Enterprise

    Motorists are reminded that delays are possible on Hardin County portions of Lincoln Parkway as a resurfacing project begins today. 

    The state-funded $1.4 million project being done by Scotty's Contracting and Stone includes milling and paving all lanes and shoulders of the highway from the LaRue County line to U.S. 31W, according to Mark Brown, a spokesman for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's District 4 office.

    Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction through project completion. 

  • Catching up with friends from the '70s

    North Hardin High School graduates from the 1970s are gathering this weekend to renew friendships and to reminisce about old times. More than 400 graduates have indicated they will attend the dinner and dance Saturday evening at the Fort Knox Leaders Club. In addition, the weekend activities include a golf scramble at Lincoln Trail Country Club in Vine Grove, a movi

  • July 13, 2010: Obituaries

    Edgar Ellis Lovitt

    Edgar Ellis Lovitt, 85, of Vine Grove, passed away Saturday, July 10, 2010, at Kindred Hospital in Louisville.

    Mr. Lovitt was retired from the United States Army and was a member of the Disabled American Veterans.

  • Johnsons celebrate 50th anniversary


    Roy Johnson Sr. and Peggy Harris Johnson will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary from 6 to 8 p.m. June 25, 2010, with an open house and reaffirmation of their vows ceremony at 6:30 p.m. at Elizabethtown Church of Christ Fellowship Hall, 1121 North Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown.

    They were married June 25, 1960, in Youngstown, Ohio, by Dorsey Cummings.

    Mr. Johnson is retired from the Army and worked as a civilian dining facility manager at Fort Knox.

  • Jan. 3 Local History

    30 years ago, U.S. rural mail carrier Wendell Freeman retired, completing 32 years (and traveling 600,000 miles) delivering mail for residents of the Rineyville area. 20 years ago, it was reported that on his first day in office, new Hardin County Judge Executive Glen Dalton married seven couples.  

  • Dog returned after month-long adventure



    Since disappearing from her Radcliff home last month, 2-year-old Riley has been picked up, dropped off, impounded, injected, micro-chipped, adopted by a Fort Knox soldier, pictured on television and now returned to her original owners.

    Riley’s reunion came Friday afternoon after pleading by her owners spurred Fort Knox leaders to arrange a meeting that led to the Weimeraner's return. Fort Knox officials say the dog was returned with consent from its adopted owner.

  • Jan. 13 Local History


  • Fort Knox Inn robbed

    The News-Enterprise

    Radcliff police are looking for information about an early morning armed robbery of Fort Knox Inn on U.S. 31W.

    A 5-foot, 9-inch tall black man wearing a black bandanna mask entered the hotel shortly after 2 a.m. Tuesday armed with a semi-automatic pistol, police said.

    He fled with an undetermined amount of cash, they said.

    Anyone with information about the crime or suspect may help police by calling (270) 351-TIPS, or by calling Hardin County Crime Stoppers at (800) 597-8123.