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  • Fantasy job

    MORE INFO: To learn more about Larry Elmore and his art, visit www.larryelmore.com.   By ROBERT VILLANUEVA rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com GRAYSON COUNTY — A wounded man, lying in the snow under a bare tree near the edge of a forest, wears gl

  • Local magician takes the stage at State Fair

    The News-Enterprise

    LOUISVILLE —  Hodgenville's Aaron Harp and his wife, Samantha Harp — together performing as Aaron's World of Seeing is Believing —  will perform their magic act at 5:30 p.m. Saturday in the south wing conference center at the Kentucky State Fair as finalists in the Coca-Cola Talent Classic.

  • NCO of the future


  • Best in show




    ELIZABETHTOWN — One of this area’s most prominent showmen was honored April 27, with a presentation at the Historic State Theater. Robert Enoch, who died in 1981, entertained local residents for decades with movie houses, including the State Theatre as it was then called, drive-ins and a variety of other events — from a tea party to a snake pit.

  • NCO of the Present


  • Be Our Guest...

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com Among the things a bride has to do before her wedding day, she has to stop and think about invitations. What are the latest trends and etiquette for sending invitations?

  • Life on post

    Life on Fort Knox is multi-faceted — from the early morning and late day training exercises to the pomp and circumstance of graduation and change of command ceremonies.

    These photos, courtesy of the Fort Knox Public Affairs Office, offer a small glimpse into the preparation and celebration of our local heroes of the United States military.

  • 107-year-old veteran lives full life

    Editor's Note: After a long full life, Robley Rex, the subject of this article, passed away April 28, 2009, just four days before his 108th birthday. This article originally published in The Turret on Feb.

  • Second construction zone fatality occurs Saturday

    The News Enterprise

    CLERMONT — A second fatal crash since Interstate 65’s 10-mile long construction zone was created in Bullitt and Hardin counties occurred early Saturday morning just south of the Ky. 245 interchange.

    The Pioneer News in Bullitt County reported the wreck occurred shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday when a southbound Chevy Trailblazer rear-ended a flat-bad semi-trailer, killing two Casey County men and injuring a third.

    The truck driver was not injured.

  • More than a theater