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  • Dec. 21 South Hardin news

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

  • Dec. 17, 2008: Our readers write

    Shopper-friendly farmers market

    I am writing in response to the recent article in The News-Enterprise regarding the Hardin County Farmers Market. My husband, Larry, and I have been members of the local market for several years selling mostly tomatoes. We have followed the market as it bounced from one parking lot to another. We invested in a canopy to protect ourselves and our customers from the elements.

  • Dec. 21: Our readers write

    Success is team effort

    First, let me thank The News-Enterprise for the editorial regarding the Truancy Diversion Program. The editorial board was very kind to me and to the program.

  • MOAA holds October meeting

     The Fort Knox Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America held its monthly meeting Oct. 22 at the MOAA Clubhouse, Building 297, on Fort Knox. The guest speaker was Retired Col. Barry Wright, deputy director of chapter affairs at MOAA National Headquarters.

  • Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown hosts Harvest Breakfast

    Regina Lancaster, Maritza Johnson, Judy Banks and Mary Shoffner working the carry-out section of the recent Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown Harvest Breakfast.

    Mitzi Crowe, Joan Biesel and Betty Jackson, members of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown working hard at the recent Harvest Breakfast.


  • Gillingham promoted to sergeant


    Kentucky State Police Sgt. Mark Gillingham, center, a resident of Elizabethtown, received his promotion certificate on Nov. 6 in Louisville from Justice and Public Safety Cabinet Secretary J. Michael Brown, left, and KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer. Sgt. Gillingham will transfer from KSP Post 4 in Elizabethtown to Post 10 in Harlan. A 15-year veteran of the agency, Gillingham is a 1987 graduate of North Hardin High School. He is the son of Edward Gillingham and Edrya Short, of Elizabethtown.

  • Dec. 18, 2008: Our readers write


    Bunning, McConnell protecting taxpayers

    This is in response to Eric S. Parrish’s letter calling Sens. McConnell and Bunning “dishonorable” for not wanting to fix the economy by bailing out Chrysler, Ford and General Motors The BigThree.

    Other auto manufacturers, such as Toyota, right here in Kentucky, are not in serious financial trouble because they have good management and productive workers, and are not burdened with the excessive labor costs associated with the United Autoworkers.

  • Participating in Obama's inauguration festivities?

    Are you attending the historic inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States on Jan. 20 in Washington, D.C., and/or festivities surrounding the swearing-in? The News-Enterprise would like to include your participation and observations in a special keepsake section to be published Jan. 21. If you plan to attend the inaugural ceremony and/or any of the festivities, or know someone who is, please contact Warren Wheat, editor, at (270) 505-1764 or e-mail wwheat@thenewsent

  • No repreive for Otter Creek — yet


    MEADE COUNTY — Motorists on Sunday drove through a sun-splashed colonnade of cedars at Otter Creek Park for maybe the last time.

    Louisville officials plan to pretty much shut down the park starting Friday to help the city cope with a $20 million budget shortfall.

    David Lee was one of those who rambled through Otter Creek during this last weekend. He said it feels like his family farm is being auctioned off.

    That’s actually not too far from the truth.

  • Dec. 21 Howevalley news