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Today's News

  • A dream come true

    By BECCA OWSLEY

    bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWNAs the turkey is roasting and many kitchens prepare for a Thanksgiving feast today, five local girls are preparing to make their Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade debut.

  • A Dash of Class

    This week, I am featuring recipe requests just as I do the last Thursday of each month. But first, let me repeat the Apple Upside Down Cake that was in my column in September.

    A reader told me that she had made it and it was very hard. I tried it, and it was great. Overcooking sometimes can cause a product to be hard, but I am rewriting the directions so they will be easier to understand. The dry ingredients were left out of the directions.

  • Chiming in for The Salvation Army

     

     To volunteer as a bell ringer, contact The Salvation Army at (270) 982-0833‎.

     By ROBERT VILLANUEVA

     rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Linda Butler’s name might not ring a bell.

    But she does.

  • BOYS' PREP GOLF: Hinton named Player of the Year (11/26)

     

  • I am thankful...

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com The stuffing is on the table and the food is ready to eat. Thanksgiving, a day of thanks and eating, is here. Around the country many families, after watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, will sit down to the feast of all feasts before an afternoon of football and a tryptophan-induced coma.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: 2008 All-Area Team

    By GREG CREWS

    gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com

    In volleyball, nothing swings momentum quite like a thunderous kill.

    For the past four seasons, whenever the Central Hardin Lady Bruins needed momentum, they called on Kelsey Villwock.

    With a seldom-matched passion and unmatched power, Villwock earned the respect of area opponents this season as she took over matches time and time again.

  • KENTUCKY BASKETBALL OPINION: You never know what to get with these Cats (11/25)

    LEXINGTON — This is the University of Kentucky team Big Blue Nation wants – and deserves – to see when it plays a team it should beat.

    Sophomore Patrick Patterson, a 6-foot-9 post player, should dominate the paint against a team which doesn’t have a player taller than 6-7 on the floor most of the night.

    Juniors Jodie Meeks and Ramon Harris should be able to get to the basket against a team which doesn’t have as gifted players.

  • Cave City man jailed on sex crime charge

     

    RADCLIFF A Cave City man is in jail in Hardin County after a Radcliff detective charged him Monday with first-degree sodomy.

    According to a warrant secured by Radcliff Crimes Against Women and Children Det. Jody Ennis, James P. Thurman, 36, sexually assaulted a child less than 12-years-old at the Golden Rainbow mobile home park sometime between 2005 and 2006.

  • Art of Performance

    By KEITH WILSON 

    Fun is an important performance principle. If people are not having fun during their individual and team performances, they are much more likely to quit. Adolescents quit playing sports when they are old enough to say no if they are no longer having fun. Adults quit exercising if it becomes drudgery and not an enjoyable event.

  • BOYS' PREP BASKETBALL: North Hardin Christian beats MICAH (11/25)

    The News-Enterprise

    Senior forward Stephon Yates scored a game-high 14 points and had nine rebounds and three steals to lead the homestanding North Hardin Christian Falcons to a 78-21 win over Hillview MICAH on Monday.

    Sophomore guard Michael Ford chipped in with 13 points, while senior forward Quintin Jones added 12 points and six rebounds.

    D’amante Craig had nine points, four steals and three assists and senior forward Haustin Kimbrough had nine points and three assists.

    North Hardin Christian (3-0) led 43-8 at halftime.