Today's News

  • Elizabethtown Noon Rotary welcomes CASA members


    The Elizabethtown Noon Rotary Club welcomed Ellen Mink with the Court Appointed Special Advocates program as their featured speaker at their meeting on March 3. CASA is an established program nationwide that is new to the Hardin County area and utilizes volunteers to advocate for children in the Family Court System. In an effort to assist this worthy organization in getting established, the Noon Rotary Club made a donation of $250.


  • March 22 Howevalley news


  • Scouts receive God and church religious awards

    Caleb Sedlak and Matthew Sedlak receive their religious awards from Pastor Scott Kerr of Valley Creek Baptist Church.

    Scouts receive God and Church religious awards

    Life Scout Caleb Sedlak and Eagle Scout Matthew Sedlak, Troop 829 in Elizabethtown, received the God and Church religious award from Pastor Scott Kerr of Valley Creek Baptist Church. They study the Bible to learn from Jesus’ example and then work with a counselor or mentor to learn about the worship, witness and ministry of their home congregations.

  • Louisville firm supplies barrier posts to I-65 project



    LOUISVILLE — Cars and trucks in a demonstration video careen into a barrier, kicking up a cloud of dust and debris while stretching the impact-absorbing cables like rubber bands.

  • Music students receive superior ratings


    These elementary-age students of music teacher Carina Tiotuico received Superior ratings at the spring 2009 CKMTA keyboard festival and qualified to participate in the 2009 MTNA student workshops on Oct. 17 at Northern Kentucky University. Front row: Joel Bryan Tiotuico and Kamila Batiste; back row, Alyssa Carroll, teacher Carina Tiotuico and Selah Bailey. Tiotuico is a certified teacher of music and foreign languages.

  • March 15 Cecilia news


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  • PVA void



    HARDIN COUNTY– Teri Bennett stepped down from her position as Hardin County Property Valuation Administrator in December because of changes in state retirement benefits. Since her departure, Gov. Steve Beshear has filled a number of vacant PVA positions in the state, said David Gordon, director of the Office of Property Valuation .

    But several more counties that held open exams to find potential candidates are without PVAs, including Hardin County, Gordon said.

  • March 22 Pets of the Week

    Pet of the Week This 5-month-old female Golden Retriever/Labrador mix named “Blondie” and this 1-year-old female Bassett Hound named “Bessy” are in need of loving homes. If you are interested in adopting them contact the Hardin County Animal Control at (270) 769-3428 or visit them at 116 Nicholas St. in Elizabethtown. Visit www.hcky.org/animalcontrol.asp for mo

  • PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: E'town goes 2-1 in E'town Spring Break Classic; Central, LaRue win (04/05)

    The News-Enterprise The Elizabethtown Panthers went 2-1 in the Elizabethtown Spring Break Classic on Friday and Saturday. The Panthers (5-5) beat Louisville Butler, 6-0 and lost to Alliance (Ohio), 5-3 on Saturday. Elizabethtown beat Danville, 10-0 in five innings Friday. n Senior Micheal Thomas doubled, singled and drove in two runs to lead Elizabethtown past Butler Saturday evenin

  • Hardin County GOP recognizes Berry and Cobbett

    Hardin County GOP Chairman Bill Betson honored Hardin County Judge Executive Harry Berry and Hardin GOP Executive Committee Secretary Ruth Cobbett at the Lincoln Day Dinner event held at the State Theatre on Feb. 21 with awards for their service, leadership and volunteerism on behalf of the Hardin County Republican Party.

    Berry was the 2008 recipient of the Martin A. Tori Party Builder Award, given annually to the Republican that has demonstrated continued support and leadership to the Hardin County GOP.