Today's News

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: E'town blanks Lady Waves for ninth straight time (09/24)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — It’s been almost eight years since the Meade County Lady Waves have beaten the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers. But after Wednesday night, Christina Thompson doesn’t think it’ll be that long before the Lady Waves’ next win. Senior forward Kayla Laisy scored a goal in each half and Thompson, a

  • Boggs receives prestigious award



    Wood Boggs, CADC was recently presented with the Robert E. Straus award while at the Kentucky School for Alcohol and other substances school in July. The award is given annually to a single clinician in the state who exhibits exemplary commitment to the treatment of drug and alcohol dependency. Boggs is the Clinical Services supervisor at Stepworks Addiction Resources in Elizabethtown.


  • Venture Group holds September meeting

    1 Kevin Shurn, Guest Speaker/Member and Mo Miller, Board Member.

    2 Burt Walker, Board Member Doug Sexton, Presenter-Green Fuel Alternatives and Claudio Monzon Board Member.

    The Lincoln Trail Venture Group held their monthly meeting on Sept. 9 at The Mulberry in Elizabethtown. Club members and guests enjoyed the presentation by local entrepreneur, Kevin Shurn, owner of Superior Maintenance Company. In business since 1998, SMC has contracts nationwide and has grown to a 40 million dollar company with over 1,000 employees.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Lady Bulldogs beat Knox; LaRue falls (09/24)

    The News-Enterprise Sophomore Hannah Howard and junior Olivia Greenwell each scored two goals to lead the homestanding John Hardin Lady Bulldogs to a 6-1 win over 10th District rival Fort Knox on Wednesday. Sophomore Chelsey Cobler and junior Hanna Alcock each added a goal and an assist for John Hardin (6-6-2 overall, 1-2-1 district), which led 3-0 before Fort Knox (5-10, 0-5) scored

  • Southern States local member election results


    Pete Nolin of Elizabethtown and James Gardiner of Hodgenville were elected to the local Board at the Southern States annual membership meeting held in Elizabethtown on Aug. 12.

    Steve Berry of Hodgenville was elected president of the local S.S. Hardin Co-op while Charles Crutcher of Rineyville was named vice-president.


  • The Shoebox Shop sponsors winner

    On July 18, John Potts of Elizabethtown, local owner of The Shoebox Shop of Hodgenville accepted another first place class winner Concours d’ Elegance award. His 1948 Chrysler Town & Country “Woodie” compete in the Lost Legends 1946-70 class at Keeneland after receiving an invitation only acceptance to participate in the event. Class winners cannot be invited again for five years. For more information visit shoebox-shop.com or call Jim Hornback, 358-4838.

  • Thomas retires from Water District No. 2


    Kevin Thomas, distribution manager for Hardin County Water District No. 2 retired in June. Under Kevin’s leadership as distribution manager, the Water District soared through challenges, changes, and continued growth. His expectations and high standards over the last 20 years were instrumental in the Water District experiencing tremendous success.


  • Quicksie and the Wolf raise money for Kosair Children’s Hospital

    Paul Leidy getting his head shaved.

  • Radcliff Fall Fest set for Saturday

    By JEFF D’ALESSIO jdalessio@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — What started as an arts and crafts show last year is starting to look more and more like a community festival in Radcliff. At least that’s what city recreation manager Lori Jury hopes. “We started this last fall as more of an arts and crafts event,’’ she said. “...We’re hoping to ki

  • Ex-soccer league official charged in theft



    ELIZABETHTOWN — Elizabethtown police were searching Wednesday afternoon for the former treasurer of the Elizabethtown Youth Soccer Association who is charged with taking a “substantial amount’’ of money from the league’s checking account over the last few months.

    Lawrence V. McCrobie of Elizabethtown is charged with theft by unlawful taking over $500, a Class D felony punishable by up to five years in prison.