Today's News

  • Oct. 17, 2008: Our readers write

    It’s not about 1992

    Recently, as usual, I opened the paper and read the letters to the editor and lo and behold, I was not disappointed. Our local republicans had responded to Sherry Kelley with a number of mind- numbing epistles.

    Replying to Kelley’s objective, analytical comments in virulent and misplaced derision seems to be the only means of communication known to local Republicans.

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Area teams get favorable draws (10/20)

    By GREG CREWS gcrews@thenewsenterprise.com CECILIA — Area teams were in pretty high spirits as they left the 5th Region Volleyball Tournament draw at Central Hardin High School on Thursday night. And for good reason. All three area teams — Central Hardin, Elizabeth

  • Daley found not guilty


    By BOB WHITE bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN — The trial of a Radcliff man charged last year with sexually abusing a 6-year-old ended late Thursday afternoon with a not guilty verdict.

    After investigating statements the child made to school personnel, Radcliff detective Jody Ennis accused 35-year-old Radcliff resident Patrick Mark Daley of fondling the child.

  • Account set up to aid injured man


    An account has been set up at The Cecilian Bank in Rineyville to help offset medical costs for Gary Mason, who was severely injured Sunday in a lawn mower accident.

    Contributions can be made at the bank to the Gary Mason Fund.

  • Oct. 12, 2008: Our readers write

    Youth movement sought for state house

    After listening to the debates for the state representatives of the 25th and the 26th districts, I am convinced that both of the Democratic candidates are too old. If they don’t think they are, they should tell their party to get off their case.

  • Dinner and a show


    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Dinner and a concert might bring a smile to the faces of some residents on Oct. 25, but the purpose is to bring safe drinking water to Guatemala.

  • Oct. 12, 2008, editorial: They came, they saw, they decided


    That one word described the enthusiasm of most of more than 30 Army Human Resources civilian employees and their families after they visited here last month to decide whether to move with their positions to Fort Knox or seek new jobs and remain in Alexandria, Va.

  • Triple dog dare you

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Once filled with audiences that doubtlessly viewed a chilling movie or two, the Historic State Theater in downtown Elizabethtown these days reverberates with the sounds of renovation during the day.

    But some say the contractors are not alone as they toil to restore the old theater.

    Some say at least three ghosts wander the premises, one of which is not friendly.

  • FSA to offer disaster loans



    Local farmers are eligible for low-interest Farm Service Agency loans to help cover Sept. 12 weather damage.


    Hardin County is one of five eligible Kentucky counties, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.


    Loan applications for physical and production losses will be accepted through May 26, 2009. Farmers who are interested should contact the local FSA office at 765-2702.

  • Ministering to the military


    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com

    HARDIN COUNTY — Churches of every size and denomination are ministering to the soldiers based at Fort. Knox and overseas.

    With the onset of BRAC, most churches have added special sections to their Web sites welcoming military families and providing them information about their church.