Today's News

  • GIRLS' 17TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: North Hardin beats Central Hardin in 2OT (02/24)

    Brianna Woodson wasn’t too pleased with the way the season started, but the North Hardin junior guard is kind of psyched for what the postseason has in store for her Lady Trojans.

  • Feb. 24, 2011: Our readers write

    Trying to dowhat is right
    I’m trying to keep a clear conscious and do what is right with God, and America. This letter will be upsetting to some but facts are facts. There are groups who are working to destroy and distort moral values in America. The list is long but the most notable to me are as listed:
    1. Our Congress and our present president.
    2. The American Civil Liberties Union.
    3. Planned Parenthood which promotes abortions and is destroying the American family.

  • GIRLS' 17TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT: E'town cruises past John Hardin (2/24)

    The 17th District coaches thought Elizabethtown was the clear-cut favorite entering the postseason tournament and the fifth-ranked Lady Panthers showed why Wednesday night.

    The Lady Panthers used a smothering defense to stymie John Hardin and they did a good job of distributing the ball for open shot after open shot on their way to dismantling the Lady Bulldogs, 77-31 in the Girls’ 17th District Basketball Tournament semifinals at Charlie Rawlings Memorial Gymnasium.

  • Meadow View teacher named HCS ExCEL winner

    The words “Terrific Teacher” are taped across Laureen Laumeyer’s desk, and those words proved to be true.

    Laumeyer, a fifth-grade teacher at Meadow View Elementary School, has been named the newest ExCEL winner for Hardin County Schools. Laumeyer will be honored at 1 p.m. March 9 at the school.

  • Smart phones can be productivity tools

    ISSUE: Cell phones in the classroom

    OUR VIEW: Moderation is encouraged

  • Tennessee man arrested for church fire

    A Tennessee man has been arrested in connection with Sunday's fire that destroyed Stonesview United Methodist Church.

    Randy Shawn Matthews, 37, of Cowan, Tenn., is charged with second-degree arson and third-degree burglary.

  • Peppino D'Agostino, 'a guitarist’s guitarist'

    The News-Enterprise

    Italian-born guitarist Peppino D'Agostino will be featured Saturday as a part of Trinity Music Productions Guitar Masters Series 11.

    After moving to America, D'Agostino lived in California for many years and performs around the world. He’s not only a guitarist but also a composer, singer, teacher, entertainer, arranger and collaborator. He often sings in both English and Italian.

  • His majesty's birthday

    The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is described by the American Kennel Club as “low-set, strong, sturdily built and active, giving an impression of substance and stamina in a small space.”

    Their height is between 10 and 12 inches and they don’t have much of a tail.

    The AKC goes on to say their outlook is bold but kindly, the expression is intelligent and interested and the Corgi is never shy or vicious.

  • Kentucky’s place in the Civil War is focus of symposium

    Civil War scholars preparing for a 150th year commemoration will speak at a University of Louisville conference on “Pathways to Freedom: Kentucky and the Civil War.”
    The public symposium is sponsored by UofL’s College of Arts and Sciences and the Arts and Culture Partnerships Initiative. The initiative is intended to bring together history, arts and cultural institutions to enhance community life.

  • Radcliff Woman’s Club caters final Radcliff Chamber Lunch

    Radcliff Woman’s Club members catered the luncheon for the last meeting of the Radcliff Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 10. 
    Served were a variety of pasta dishes, garlic bread, five kinds of tossed salads and a variety of desserts. The luncheon was chaired by Barbara Proffitt and Margo Kampe. Sheila Enyart, a chamber member as well as a club member, went from table to table offering garlic bread.