Today's News

  • KSP Honor Guard bests D.C. competitors

    The News-Enterprise

    Three Elizabethtown-based Kentucky State Police Post 4 troopers helped KSP’s Honor Guard win gold with a first-place finish at a national competition held in Washington, D.C. last Friday.

    The annual Fraternal Order of Police National Honor Guard Competition is held during National Police Week and tests police honor guard units skill at ceremonial and patriotic tributes.

  • Fatal fall a suicide

    The News-Enterprise ELIZABETHTOWN —  An Elizabethtown woman who died after falling about 35 feet from a building on Davis Street on Tuesday afternoon near E’town Laundry was intent on taking her life, according to Hardin County’s Chief Deputy Coroner Ken “Spanky” Spangenberger. Spangenberger said family and friends reported that Alice Lucille Key,

  • Comic for a cure

    The News-Enterprise Local comic book artist Bill Nichols will put his talents to good use this month as a contributing artist to the Blue Line Pro Sketch Card Event, an annual gallery show and auction that helps raise money for Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society.

  • Radcliff fire crews going pink



    Radcliff Fire Chief Jamie Henderson wants city residents to know that his firefighters will don pink next week for a good cause.

    In support of breast cancer awareness and the Louisville-based Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, Henderson said Radcliff firefighters and support staff will be wearing pink uniform shirts throughout next week.

    “Much of the money from (Komen) comes back into this county,” Henderson said. “So we’re also trying to raise money.”

  • Changing attitudes about auctions

    By MARGIE HARPER, guest columnist

    While many still may view auctions as a way to dispose of distressed property, they actually are a popular and proven way to sell land, commercial and healthy upscale properties.

    With rising inventories of homes on the market the challenge of attracting buyers is alive and well. In some cases, it can take months to figure out what price and which combination of concessions will attract an offer. Some sellers cannot wait that long.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: LaRue County holds on against North Hardin (05/19)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com Lyndsay Whitlock held onto the ball. Then her Lady Hawks held on for a big win. A LaRue County junior center fielder, Whitlock made a running catch at the wall to stave off a potentially huge inning for the visiting North Hardin Trojans and the surging Lady Hawks went on to a 3-1 win Tuesday against Jessica Shartzer and the reigning 5t

  • Seeking ‘efficiency in architecture’

    By JOHN FRIEDLEIN jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com   Imagine heating your home with a hairdryer. Such super-efficient dwellings aren’t pipe dreams of science fiction. Elizabethtown native Casey Ryan Mather — who works for the Center for Sustainable Cities Design Studio in Lexington — not only helps create well-insulated residences, but he also conti

  • Flags needed for Eagle Scout project

    The News-Enterprise

    Boy Scout Troop 221 is collecting faded, torn or tattered American Flags that need retirement for an Eagle Scout project.

    Flags can be dropped off at the Hardin County Library, Nolin RECC, Ink Solutions at 216 S. Mulberry St., Home Depot, Energy Fitness Center, First Federal Bank, Plaza 94 gas station, PNC Bank on Ring Road and North Mulberry, South Central Bank on Ring Road and Pritchard Community Center.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Hawks use five-run fifth to down E'town (5/19)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com LaRue County coach Chris Price posed this question to his team prior to Tues-day’s game against the Elizabethtown Panthers: Are we going to play with fear or play fearless? The Hawks said they were going to do the latter and they backed up their words on the field with a 6-1 victory over the vis

  • Homeowners upset by Vine Grove-Fort Knox connector

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com Jay Boyd is not happy at the prospect of moving his business — again. Boyd, a Vine Grove resident who lives on Safari Trail, is losing his home to a proposed Vine Grove-to-Fort Knox connector road approved by the state to help maintain traffic flow as the population at the military post increases. Boyd and his wife operate a beauty shop i