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Today's News

  • Vandals strike autos

    ELIZABETHTOWN

    Elizabethtown police responded to various locations over the weekend taking reports on numerous acts of vandalism and criminal mischief.

    According to the reports, perpetrators slashed tires on vehicles, broke out windows and removed property from the automobiles.

    The only information police had as of Monday afternoon is that the suspects are white males driving a silver four-door sedan. A surveillance video is being reviewed closely for more information.

  • North Hardin and Talley Oak team up

     

      By KELLY RICHARDSON

    krichardson@thenewsenterprise.com

    UPTON — Two Hardin County programs have come together to make their  missions possible.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER: E'town looking for 8th straight region title (10/20)

    By NATHANIEL BRYAN nbryan@thenewsenterprise.com BARDSTOWN —Bardstown Bethlehem is a surprise to still be alive this far into the postseason and coach Danny Rossoll knows his Banshees will need some more magic up their sleeves tonight as the Girls' 5th Region Soccer Tournament semifinals get underway at Nelson County. Bethlehem

  • PREP FOOTBALL: North Hardin Christian cruises to 59-6 win (10/19)

    The News-Enterprise LOUISVILLE — Junior quarterback Tyler Davis threw three touchdown passes to lead the visiting North Hardin Christian Falcons to a 59-6 win over Evangel Christian on Saturday. Davis completed a 67-yard scoring pass to sophomore Michael Ford and a 35-yard pass senior Mark Oyola and also ran for a score as the Falcons raced out to a 27-0 lead after the first quarter.

  • HCS put its foot down on campaigns

     

    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    HARDIN COUNTY – With candidates of one of Kentucky’s most observed state representative races using a much-attended high school football game between rivals to campaign, Hardin County Schools Superintendent Nannette Johnston has put her foot down, limiting campaign opportunities at such events.

  • A link to history now broken

     

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN — The last real daughter of the Confederacy from Kentucky, Lillie Vertrees Odom, died Sept. 27 in Nashville. She was 93.

    As a Daughter of the Confederacy, her family heritage was traced back to someone who served as a Confederate soldier. What made Odom unique is that she was a direct descendant of a Confederate soldier.

  • Oct. 16, 2008, editorial: Field of Dreams plans on target

    For years, the Field of Dreams multi-sports complex idea has been on the table and in various forms as the city of Elizabethtown and the Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau worked on the best plan for this community.

    But the announcement this month of the components that will make up the multimillion dollar endeavor on St. John Road makes the picture just a little clearer.

    While not a finished project, the make-up of FOD is becoming much clearer: There will be something for young and old.

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Pulaski Southwestern downs Central Hardin, 21-18 (10/19)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com CECILIA — T.T. Wooldridge showed why he’s being recruited by several Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA) teams on Friday night. A senior quarterback for the Pulaski Southwestern Warriors, Wooldridge rushed for two touchdowns and added another one through the air to lead Southwestern to a 21-18 win ov

  • Rineyville teen struck by car, injured

    By MARTY FINLEY

    mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com

    HARDIN COUNTY — A 13-year-old Rineyville boy was seriously injured after being struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon.

    The accident occurred on Ky. 220 approximately one and a half miles north of Rineyville. According to Kentucky State Police, the teenager was crossing the roadway when he was struck by a white Chevrolet sedan driven by Bettie Milburn, 59, of Custer, who was westbound on Ky 220. Milburn was not injured.

  • Glendale's got the goods

    By MARTY FINLEY

    mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com

    GLENDALE – The dull roar of a train echoed Saturday as thousands of visitors gathered for what many consider a monumental fall event: The 31st edition of the Glendale Crossing Festival.

    Some had journeyed from as far away as Alaska to duck into booths looking through the menagerie of crafts and food. Others watched kettle corn sizzle in large vats before being heaped into a bag for someone’s enjoyment – washed down with a fresh root beer.