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Today's News

  • 11-10 Support Groups

     

  • Oct. 29-30: Candidates respond to The News-Enterprise Editorials

     

    Brett Guthrie

    2nd Congressional

    District, Republican

    I did not arrive at the choice to run for Congress easily.  When my wife and I first discussed it, we worried about what it might do to our three young children.  The more we talked about it, we started to consider what being in Congress might do for our children, and for their generation.  That's why I am in this race - to ensure my generation leaves them a better future.

  • ECTC teacher remembered for giving of her time

    By KELLY RICHARDSON

    krichardson@thenewsenterprise.com

    SONORA — A teacher at the local community college who died Sunday is remembered by co-workers and students as a giving teacher and friend.

    Martie Lynn Fulkerson was a 38-year-old computer aided drafting and design teacher at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. ECTC faculty members and students remember Fulkerson as a dedicated teacher who cared about her students.

  • Police report lands weekender back in jail

    ELIZABETHTOWN

    An Elizabethtown woman is charged with filing a false report after police say she admitted to being at the wheel of a vehicle involved in a wreck two days after she reported the same vehicle having been stolen.

    Alicia Nicole Malone, 26, reported her 1996 vehicle stolen Nov. 9. The same vehicle was reportedly involved in a hit-and-run crash two days later, according to a criminal citation filed against Malone by Kentucky State Police investigators.

    She was arrested and jailed at the Hardin County Detention Center.

  • Oct. 29, 2008: Our readers write

    Elected officials will need support

    In a few days, men and women across the United States will exercise their constitutional right to vote for the candidates of their choice. In doing so, Americans will elect the next president-the most powerful seat in the world- and vice-president, the 111th Congress, as well as state and local leaders nationwide. Yet, regardless of who wins or loses each of these contests, the Holy Bible is clear about our responsibility.

  • Leading the way

    By MARTY FINLEY

    mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com

    HARDIN COUNTY — Hardin County’s Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and its 250 or so voting members will decide the outcome of its presidential election tonight. All three candidates claim their platform, all rooted in progressive movement, will lead the chapter in the right direction for the future.

  • Nov. 3, 2008: Our readers write

     No new taxes for magistrates

    In response to the editorial in the paper Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2008, regarding the question of magistrates verses commissioners that will appear on all Hardin County ballots Nov. 4, I congratulate the editor for looking at both sides of this issue and supporting the vote.

  • Honduran charged in sex crime

    HARDIN COUNTY

    An undocumented Honduran man is facing a felony charge after state police say he restrained a 5-year-old Hardin County girl and subjected her to “deviant contact.”

    Wilmer Martinez, 21, was arrested at a Bardstown motel Friday on a warrant relating to the incident. He claimed to be living along Stinson Drive in Bardstown.

  • Oct. 31: Candidates respond to The News-Enterprise editorials

    Manfredo Quiros

    Elizabethtown City Council

    “A candidate does not need the endorsement of a few but the will of many to serve.”

    Two years ago The News-Enterprise endorsed me as one of the best candidates to serve Elizabethtown City Council. This year, they did not. Therefore, one has to wonder what has changed. In my mind, only three things could have: the endorsement criteria is now different, there are simply better candidates or I am a different candidate than two years ago.

  • And the beat goes on

    By BECCA OWSLEY

    bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com

    HARDIN COUNTY — Several local students have marched out of their high school band careers and onto the college marching band field.

    John Hardin High school graduate Chuck Jewell feels his high school band experience went beyond competition into a pure education experience.