Today's News

  • Nov. 2, 2008: Our readers write

          Why I voted for Barack

    I voted Oct. 27 because I am a full-time student and resident assistant at Western Kentucky University. I will be in Bowling Green on Election Day.

    I voted for Sen. Barack Obama because he knows how to better America.

    Sen. John McCain is simply revising President George Walker Bush’s current policies. You may hear it often, but that is not the change America needs.

  • City says novelty shop can open



    ELIZABETHTOWN – Several residents representing Howard Street and Westside Baptist Church appeared Monday at City Hall in support of Karen Killensworth, who spoke out against the opening of Adam & Eve, a retail lingerie and adult novelty shop, set to open on North Dixie Avenue.

  • Nov. 4: Our readers write

    Doing with less

    A few weeks ago, we saw our government in Washington, D.C., require us to bail out Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and banks. It had to be done “right now” — it couldn’t wait.

  • Nov. 17, 2008: Our readers write

    Are we missing the bus again?

  • Oct. 28, 2008: Our Readers Write

    Biblical backing

    America should not uphold abortion. The Lord doth hate: “Hands that shed innocent blood.” (Proverbs 6:16-17).

    God bless America.

    Isaac Colvin


    Tracing footsteps

  • Case against former psych tech heads to trial



    ELIZABETHTOWN — The case against a former Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System worker charged with sexually abusing a former teen patient in a unit for sexually-reactive and victimized youth is slated for a March trial, court records show.

  • Oct. 26, 2008: Our Readers Write


    Gridlock creates tension vital to legislative process

    I believe our government is best served by gridlock. Gridlock is when a majority of Congress is controlled by one political party and the White House the opposite party. Why has George Bush been such a poor president? I would like to argue that it is because he has had six years of a Republican Congress that would rubber stamp anything he wanted.

  • Nov. 10: Our Readers Write

    Let’s wait and see

    Whether I like it or not, Barak Obama is going to be my next President. He has four years to gain my confidence. However, I will take him and his supporters to task on many issues as I feel that Obama doesn’t have a clue about how this country has survived for over 200 years and why. Obama’s making mistakes already and folks like Vladimir Putin will give hard lessons that this job is more difficult than just keeping the “boys in the hood” happy.

  • Nov. 9 Pets of the Week

    Pet of the Week This two-year-old female Spaniel mix named “Jessie” and this two-year-old female Hound mix named “Scarlett” 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.htmfor more information. Al

  • PREP FOOTBALL: Monroe County ends Fort Knox's season (11/16)

    The News-Enterprise TOMPKINSVILLE — The Monroe County Falcons didn’t need 48 minutes to extend the state’s longest active losing streak on Friday night. Host Monroe County sent Fort Knox to its 32nd consecutive loss with a 48-7 win at Darrell Carter Stadium in the first round of the Class 2-A state playoffs. “We had some kids that came out and played really h