Today's News

  • PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: E'town goes 2-1 in E'town Spring Break Classic; Central, LaRue win (04/05)

    The News-Enterprise The Elizabethtown Panthers went 2-1 in the Elizabethtown Spring Break Classic on Friday and Saturday. The Panthers (5-5) beat Louisville Butler, 6-0 and lost to Alliance (Ohio), 5-3 on Saturday. Elizabethtown beat Danville, 10-0 in five innings Friday. n Senior Micheal Thomas doubled, singled and drove in two runs to lead Elizabethtown past Butler Saturday evenin

  • Hardin County GOP recognizes Berry and Cobbett

    Hardin County GOP Chairman Bill Betson honored Hardin County Judge Executive Harry Berry and Hardin GOP Executive Committee Secretary Ruth Cobbett at the Lincoln Day Dinner event held at the State Theatre on Feb. 21 with awards for their service, leadership and volunteerism on behalf of the Hardin County Republican Party.

    Berry was the 2008 recipient of the Martin A. Tori Party Builder Award, given annually to the Republican that has demonstrated continued support and leadership to the Hardin County GOP.

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  • A Cherokee Perspective on the Trail of Tears Presented at ECTC

    A Cherokee Perspective on the Trail of Tears will be presented by the Honorable Troy Wayne Poteete, justice of the Supreme Court of the Cherokee Nation, on at 5:30 p.m., April 2 in room 112 of the Administration Building at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. This lecture is free and open to the public.

  • Man robs Burger King employees at knifepoint

    A man wearing a blue ski mask robbed Burger King employees at knifepoint early Sunday morning as they were dropping off a deposit at the Chase Bank on Lincoln Trail Boulevard, said Radcliff Police Spokesman Bryce Shumate.

    Witnesses described the man as a thin-built black male between five-feet-seven inches and five-feet-ten inches tall, wearing a black jacket with a grey or silver lining and holding a eight-to-ten-inch knife.

  • Fort Knox aviation training support unit moving to Fort Hood

    WASHINGTON —  The 1-337th Aviation Training Support Battalion at Fort Knox will relocate to Fort Hood, Texas, next year as the  Army is reassigning up to 600 active reserve and active duty troops to Fort Hood beginning this summer.

    Lt. Col. Lee Packnett, an Army spokesman, said Friday that the service plans to locate its 1st Division West Headquarters unit, two brigades and six training battalions at the sprawling Central Texas Army post by June 1, 2010.

  • SpringHaven is offering free tax-preparation

    SpringHaven is offering free tax-preparation

    Free tax preparation, offered by the Kentucky Asset Success Initiative (KASI), is available in Elizabethtown and surrounding communities. The service is available by appointment by calling Stephanie Hill at SpringHaven at 800-767-5838. According to Hill, the program is being offered in an 8-county area, including Meade, Breckinridge, Hardin, LaRue, Nelson, Washington, Grayson, and Marion.

  • Radcliff Rotary hosts annual speech contest

    Pictured from the left, Club President Charlie Fraley, Meghan De Amaral, P.J. Randles, Latina Russell, Rotarian Bill Dennison and Debbie Hibberd.

    Radcliff Rotary hosts annual speech contest

  • PREP BASEBALL/SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Bruins rally from six-run deficit (04/02)

    The News-Enterprise An upperclassman and two underclassmen came through big time for the Central Hardin Bruins on Wednesday. Senior Kyle Nichols and sophomores Ryan Squires and Taylor Wilson all had big hits in the bottom of the sixth inning, propelling the Bruins to a 7-6 victory over Buckeye Valley (Ohio) in the Ripken Experience at Myrtle Beach, S.C. Nichols had a run-scoring dou

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