Today's News

  • Kennedys celebrate 50th wedding anniversary



    Bill and Brenda Kennedy of Sonora will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m., Aug. 9, 2009, with a cake and punch reception hosted by their children and grandchildren at the Thurman-Phillips Historical Home, 103 Broadway St., Sonora.

    They were married Aug. 9, 1959 at Gilead Baptist Church in Glendale.

    They have two children, Zina Watts of Hodgenville and John Kennedy of Richmond, and four grandchildren.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

  • Polston-Naimo



    Michael and Christy Childers of Elizabethtown and Darrin and Hallie Polston of Glendale announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Janna Shea Polston of Elizabethtown, to Joshua Thomas Naimo, son of Joseph and Karen Naimo of Grand Rapids, Mich.

    The bride-to-be and prospective groom both attend Campbellsville University.

    The wedding is at 4 p.m., Aug. 8, 2009, at 185 Ravenswood Drive, Elizabethtown.

    All friends and relatives are invited.


  • Aug. 30 Rineyville news


  • Yates-Fair

    Tammy Yates and Jamie Fair, both of Elizabethtown, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is employed at Kroger in Elizabethtown.

    The prospective groom is employed at Freedom Metals of Elizabethtown.

    The wedding is at 4 p.m. Aug. 15, 2009, at the Brown-Pusey House in Elizabethtown, followed by a reception.

    All friends and relatives are invited to attend.


  • Kade announces birth of brother


    Kade William Olive of Vine Grove announces the birth of his brother, Keagan Josef Olive, on May 10, 2009, at Baptist Hospital East in Louisville. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 21½ inches long.

    Parents are Karl William Olive and Amy Jo Olive of Vine Grove.

    Maternal grandparents are Hugh and Linda Gregory of Elizabethtown. Paternal grandparents are Betty Olive of Radcliff and the late Kermit F. Olive.


  • Tobiases to celebrate 50th anniversary


    Walter and Ruth Tobias of Radcliff are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.

    Mr. Tobias is a retired command sergeant major with 30 years of service in the Army. Mrs. Tobias is retired with more than 20 years of service with the Post Exchange, having served with the PX both overseas and in the United States.

    They have four children, Kasandra Tobias White of Harrisburg, Pa., Walter Tobias Jr. of Chicago, Timothy E. Tobias of Los Angeles and Staff Sgt. Anthony Tobias of Fort Jackson, S.C.; they also have three grandchildren.

  • Peters-Scott


    Farlan and Faye Peters of Elizabethtown announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ashley Peters of Elizabethtown, to Jeremy Scott of Elizabethtown, son of Jerry and Rosie Scott, also of Elizabethtown.

    The bride-to-be is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business at Western Kentucky University and is a supervisor at Sam’s Club.

    The prospective groom is also pursing a bachelor’s degree in business at WKU; he is an assistant manager at Wal-Mart.

  • Four injured in head-on collision

    The News-Enterprise

    Four people were injured Saturday in a head-on collision on the 2700 block of Ky. 1600.

    Kentucky State Police said Mary Kenley, 44, of Battletown was traveling north on Ky. 1600 in a 1994 Ford Thunderbird when she crossed the center line and collided with a 2005 Dodge van driven by James Norris, 27, of Rineyville.

  • Doc gets his National Guard discharge ee" after more than 50 years



    On the Web: See the Guard footage at http://kynghistory.ky.gov/KYNG+in+Videos/ 



    RADCLIFF – Dr. Edward “Kenny” Hand was more concerned with healing people than documentary filmmaking.

  • Radcliff Rotary has program on Louisville’s River Bank Filtration Project

    At a recent meeting of the Radcliff Rotary Club, guests of Rotarian Doug Knight were Greg Heitzman, president and CEO of the Louisville Water Company, and Kay Ball, Program manager of the River Bank Filtration Project. They talked about the extraordinary filtration tunnel project now underway to provide Louisville with a new source of drinking water. A 10-foot-wide 7,800-foot tunnel, 150 feet below the ground surface with collector wells into the aquifer to collect ground water, it is the first project of its kind in the world.