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  • Wood family holds gathering

    Lida Wood and her 11 children at a recent family gathering.

    Recently the family of 99-year-old Lida Wood had a family gathering at St. Brigid Catholic Church Hall in Vine Grove. More than 100 relatives and friends were in attendance. Mrs. Wood has resided in Vine Grove for 62 years, and so do seven of her children.


  • Family Fun Day a success thanks to local businesses

    Hardin County Schools is enriched by its fantastic students, faculty and staff each and every day. Everyone involved in the educational process goes above and beyond what is expected of them.

  • For love of country, family, friends and God



    Vietnam War radio personality Adrian Cronauer, gave one more “Gooood Morning, Vietnam” as a sunrise service and breakfast was conducted yesterday morning to close out this year’s Heartland Festival, “Thank You From the Heartland: A Salute to Vietnam Veterans.”

    The service was held in the area of Freeman Lake Park that had been set up as Camp Saigon for the previous day’s festivities.

    Army tents and truck and a flag draped podium helped set the tone of the service.

  • Weises celebrate 40th wedding anniversary


    Jim and Deborah Weise will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary, today, Aug. 1, 2010.

    They were married Aug. 1, 1970, at Temple Baptist Church in Norfolk, Va.

    They have two children, Craig Weise of Wellington, New Zealand, and A. Courtney Santonicole of Vienna, Va.; and six grandchildren.


  • Edwardses celebrate 50th anniversary


    Damon and Erika Edwards of Radcliff celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on July 21. They were married July 21, 1960 in Illesheim, Germany. Mr. Edwards is retired from the Army.  They have four children, Donita Wilkins of Texas and Scott Edwards, Terry Edwards and Cheryl Edwards, all of Kentucky. They also have two grandsons.

  • 4-H Hardin County Fair Results

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    Youth livestock shows are all about kids learning real life skills. Novice 4-Her Addie Mae Williams learns the ropes in Novice Goat Showmanship.

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    Novice Cole Miller is assisted by cousin Trent Thomas in showing his goat at the Hardin County Fair.

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    Paige Geer gets assistance from her dad and the judge as her steer decides to take a break. Paige tied with Todd Miller for the highest average daily gain.

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    Katlyn Geer, Paige’s sister, had the grand and reserve champion.

  • BOYS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Saturday's Results (08/29)

    The News-Enterprise Junior striker Lorenzo Mengoli and senior striker Sean Keeney each scored two goals to lead the Central Hardin Bruins to an 8-0 win over 10th District rival Fort Knox on Saturday. Senior midfielder Chris Wade, senior striker Andrew Trombley, senior striker Bubba Sankey and junior midfielder Alex Vowels also scored for the homestanding Bruins (3-1-1 overall, 1-0 di

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Wilson sparks Meade by Anderson (08/29)

    By GREG CREWS gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com For the first time in four years the Meade County Green Wave left their season opener with smiles. Junior running back Max Cundiff punched in the game-winning touchdown on fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line late in the fourth quarter, and Meade County edged Anderson County, 28-21, for its first season-opening win since 2006. “I&rsq

  • Three from E'town injured in Hart County wreck

    Staff Report

    Three people from Elizabethtown were injured Saturday in a wreck near the 64-mile marker on Interstate 65 in Hart County.

    Angelina Brown, 21, was northbound on I-65 when she left the roadway. Brown regained control and got back on the road, but overcorrected and struck a concrete barrier and overturned, Kentucky State Police said.