Today's News

  • 4H Equestrians attends clinic


  • Black Caucus holds summit

    Councilman Stan Holmes of Radcliff and president of Kentucky Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials, first president and Founder of KBC-LEO Robert Jefferson who was honored for his leadership, Spring Summit Chairman George Brown and Councilman Audwin Samuel of Beaumont, Texas and President of the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials all attended the Annual Spring Summit.


  • Sisters welcome Chloe


    Kendall and Carlie announce birth of sister, Chloe, on Feb. 12, 2010, at Frankfort Regional Medical Center. She weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces.

    Parents are Steven and Andrea Woods of Frankfort.

    Grandparents are Rick and Vicky Woods of Elizabethtown and Billy and Jana Smith of Frankfort.

    Great-grandparents are Kathleen Woods of Elizabethtown and James and Jessie Trautwein of North Vernon, Ind.


  • World History in 3-D



     Ships, castles and scrapbooks, oh my!

    Ellen Douglas’ seventh-grade social studies students’ world history projects are pouring out of her classroom into multiple rooms in East Hardin Middle School. Students have created 121 projects.

    The project was a third of their grade for the fourth nine-week grading period. It involved written research, an oral presentation and a three-dimensional model.

    Students could pick topics from several suggested ideas or propose their own idea.

  • PREP TRACK AND FIELD: North invite loads back up after down year (05/07)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com The North Hardin Invitational has long been one of the best regular-season track meets in the state. That wasn’t the case last spring. Six teams attended the meet last year, one of the lowest turnouts in the event’s history. It’s safe to say the invitational long known as “State before State” is back th

  • Elizabethtown-Hardin-LaRue Retired Teachers attend convention

    On April 20, 400 leaders of the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association attended the 42 Annual Convention in Louisville. This year’s theme was KRTA Connected 2010.


  • 2010 Primary election: Despite lack of pay, duties, candidates vie to be constables



    Because of the return to eight magisterial districts, Hardin County soon will again be served by eight constables, not three.

    However, because of a limited field of candidates, only District 4 will see activity during the May 18 primary when its two Democratic candidates vie for the constable’s position. There is no Republican challenger. District 4 is one of four districts serving parts of Elizabethtown.

  • Capsize ends longtime friends’ adventures



    Had their plans worked out, two good friends today would have been recovering after a weeklong paddling excursion on the Green River through Mammoth Cave National Park.

    Dangerous and powerful floodwater and unpredictable river debris, however, consumed their kayaks and Bobby Atcher’s life Monday afternoon.

  • Black bears nose closer to Hardin County



    Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources’ biologist Brian Clark said last week that Kentucky black bears have been spotted throughout the Rolling Fork basin.

    Bear sightings have been reported from Adair, LaRue and Nelson counties, with hair samples having been retrieved from Marion County, near the Rolling Fork’s headwaters, according to Clark.

  • Taylors celebrate 50th wedding anniversary


    Harold and Maryjane Wiley Taylor of Bowling Green, originally from Glasgow, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on April 22, 2010. They were married April 22, 1960 in Haywood by Brother Chris Ellis.

    They have two children, Toy Baker and Penni Warren, both of Bowling Green, and four grandchildren.

    They will celebrate with a trip to Texas this spring. Their family is helping them celebrate by requesting a card shower. To share in the celebration, mail cards to 1911 Elmhurst Way, Bowling Green, KY 42104.