Today's News

  • Vote Tuesday, you could make a difference

    By Margie Harper

    Voting is the hallmark of democracy and freedom, and the Realtors of the Heart of Kentucky Association urge you to vote in next week’s election.

    Our ancestors died on battlefields for this basic freedom. In nations less free, less powerful and less prosperous, people still die asserting the ideals of democracy.

  • David Boswell speaks to AM Rotary

    From left, Al Rider, David Boswell, Bob Brown, Tom Brandenburg and Lloyd Henderson.   Hardin County AM Rotary welcomes Congressional candidate and gives Attendance Awards   Hardin County AM Rotary welcomed David Boswell, Democratic candidate for the 2nd congressional district, to their meeting on Oct. 17.

  • Venture Club has October meeting

    From left, Kevin Shurn, Lincoln Trail Venture Group Member and Seth Burgett, October presenter.

  • Scale down holiday cheer for optimum effect

    By Sheila O'Mara

    The holidays are approaching quickly. Decorating for the holidays while trying to sell your home can be tricky.

    Staging your home for sale is about decluttering and neutralizing your home. How does holiday decorating fit into that equation? With taste and moderation, I would say. No matter what holiday you celebrate, going overboard with any type of decoration would not be to your advantage.

  • Officers prep for busy Election Day



    HARDIN COUNTY – Just days before the election, everyone seems to be preparing for the big day in different ways.

    Undecided voters may be weighing their options, decided voters spreading the word for their candidates of choice or the candidates themselves are tackling their last objectives and making final campaign stops.

    On Tuesday, one of the busiest groups during Election Day gathered in Elizabethtown to prepare in their own way.

  •   The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown provided a booth at the Best Buy “Women’s Night.” Many women who attended were introduced to the projects and programs of the club. President Diane Willis worked the booth.

  • City sets requirements for mandatory inspections

    The News-Enterprise

    ELIZABETHTOWN — A notice released to Elizabethtown residents by the city concerning mandatory home sewer inspections warns of strict surcharges if the inspections are not completed.

    The city is conducting an evaluation of the sanitary sewer system in an effort to prevent stormwater or groundwater from entering the system, according to the notice.

  • PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Meade looking strong heading into conference (10/30)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com BRANDENBURG — It’s been a long time since Larry Garner has felt this excited and enthusiastic about the Meade County High School boys’ cross country program. And for good reason. The Green Wave are coming off a 30-point win over rival John Hardin in the North Hardin Harrier Fall Classic on Saturday, a much-needed bo

  • Board votes for parents to sign tuition plans



    ELIZABETHTOWN — The Elizabethtown Independent Schools board voted unanimously for a tuition payment agreement plan last week. Parents would sign and agree to a plan they chose, whereas before there was no signed agreement between the two parties.

    The move was to prevent a problem that had been rising in the district, in which officials had difficulty in getting payment from some families who had agreed to pay tuition.

  • Sale of N-E suspended



    The Norfolk, Va.-based company that owns The News-Enterprise has suspended the sale of its properties.