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  • June 18, 2009: Our readers write

    County receives

    state grant

    Hardin County has been chosen to receive $22,520 in state set-aside monies to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county.

  • May 29: Our readers write

    Second-guessing is a waste of time I have had it up to here with the hate/blame George Bush campaign. President Bush made mistakes, who doesn’t? However, he did not deploy our troops for no reason, and he was not callous to the suffering caused by war. He did his best to do his duty, as have most presidents. After Saddam Hussein was captured, he adm

  • June 9 Editorial: Higher education progress reported

    A report and a news release that arrived at The News-Enterprise last week together brought a glimmer of hope that poked through the billowing clouds of fiscal despair. Preliminary data provided by the Council on Postsecondary Education and an analysis published by the Kentucky Long-Term Policy Research Center showed that the state continues to make significant progress toward th

  • June 4: Our readers write

    Sorry for judging so fast I must admit when I saw the picture of the young man with the long hair, I, too, wrongly judged too fast. When I read the article, it touched my heart deeply. I lost my sister to cancer three months ago, and I, too, watched her loose her pretty hair. She did wear a wig, scarf, or hat, and continued to go places as long as she could. We were four sisters ver

  • June 7 editorial: 1st step: Agree on the problem


    It’s a little difficult to take seriously the budget-balancing special session that lies ahead for the General Assembly when Gov. Steve Beshear, who called the state lawmakers into action beginning next Monday, and his nemesis, Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville, can’t even agree on the depth of the state’s financial problems.

    Who are Kentucky taxpayers to believe? The governor? Or the Senate president?

  • June 19, 2009: Our readers write

    On the horse industry

    I am a Thoroughbred horse trainer. I don’t live in Kentucky, but I spend a good amount of time in your fine state throughout the year and it’s here where I have enjoyed some of the proudest, grandest moments of my life. As I watch racing in your state diminish, I am shocked at the lack of interest or concern on the part of legislators in the Bluegrass., the “Horse Capitol” of the world.

  • June 14 editorial: Hardin County has stake in session

    As Kentucky lawmakers converge on Frankfort Monday summoned by Gov. Steve Beshear to return to work for the second time this year, the piece of business getting the least attention is the one that would have the longest-lasting impact on the state’s economic stability and growth.

  • June 22, 2009: Our readers write


    A point on gases

    In an article published in The News-Enterprise  it was said that carbon dioxide was a dangerous gas produced primarily from burning fossil fuels.

    In the absence of air, carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that is used in gas chambers to execute dangerous criminals.

    Carbon dioxide is found in the air we exhale and of course is not poisonous.

    George W. Bauer

    Elizabethtown   300-plus acres

  • June 26 Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

    Tim L. and Teresa D. Aulbach and Billy and Judy Hudson to Emma L. Burns, lot 2 Coyle Subdivision, county, $15,000.

    West Point Bank to Brandenburg Telecom LLC, property in Upton, $5,000.

    Jeffrey and Denise Gillenwater to Julie R. Culver, 105 Oak Hill Drive, Elizabethtown, $111,000.

    Angela K. and Jacob P. Stover to Chad M. and Amanda D. Graves, 113 Kristen Court, Radcliff, $115,000.