Today's News

  • PREP VOLLEYBALL: Central Hardin edges Marion (09/30)

    The News-Enterprise The Central Hardin Lady Bruins improved to 13-0 against 5th Region foes with a 26-24, 25-21 victory over visiting region rival Marion County on Monday. Senior setter Tiffany Allen led the Lady Bruins (22-8) with 20 assists and one kill, while senior middle hitter Kelsey Villwock chipped in with eight kills and two aces. Sophomore outside hitter Cassidy Sorrells,

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  • Sept. 30, 2008: Our readers write

    Quiet on the Ring Road front

    The plans for moving Hardin County government offices from downtown to a proposed location on Ring Road seem to have been shelved for now, but I believe they are very much in the long range plans and for good reasons are being kept under wraps.

  • First Baptist Elizabethtown celebrates 42nd Pastor's Anniversary

    The Rev. Bernard and Gloria Bishop   First Baptist Church, located at 107 Bishop Lane, Elizabethtown, will celebrate the 42nd Pastor’s Anniversary of the Rev. B.T. Bishop and his wife, Gloria, at the 11 a.m. service Sunday. Special guests will be the Rev. William Smith and First Baptist Church Mountain Park of Birmingham, Ala.

  • Landfill changes management

    Hardin County

    The Pearl Hollow Landfill will be closed from Saturday until 6 a.m. Monday.

    The site will be closed for the changeover in management from Rumpke to Santek Landfill Solutions, Solid Waste Coordinator Bob Hall said.

    When the landfill reopens, the gate rate will increase by $1.50 a ton — to $28.25. The minimum charge of $15 will remain the same.

  • GIRLS' PREP SOCCER ROUNDUP: Lady Bruins tie Bardstown (09/30)

    The News-Enterprise Freshman forward Lauren Norton scored off an assist from senior midfielder Katie Meredith with just 80 seconds left in the game to help the homestanding Central Hardin Lady Bruins rally for a 1-1 tie with the Bardstown Lady Tigers on Monday night. “I thought we played pretty well. I thought we looked good throughout the first half and most of the second half

  • Feds need to act, many Ky. politicians say



    ELIZABETHTOWN – Whether talking to former U.S. Senators Wendell Ford and “Dee” Huddleston, or Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and his 2008 Democratic challenger Bruce Lunsford, all agree the federal government must step in to aid the nation’s economic recovery.

  • Unidentified driver killed likely from Louisville



    Police and LaRue County officials are still awaiting confirmation of dental records to release the identity of a trucker killed Thursday morning in a fiery crash along I-65.

    While a positive identity has not been confirmed, Deputy LaRue County Coroner Wesley Warren said preliminary evidence shows the man is likely from Louisville.

    The driver died after the tractor-trailer he was driving smashed into another semi broken down on the shoulder of the interstate. The driver inside that unit suffered minor injuries.

  • Urinalysis at school considered ‘routine’



    ELIZABETHTOWN — Students in Elizabethtown Independent Schools say random drug testing doesn’t seem to concern their peers and they see drug-testing as a necessary and normal part of school.

    Students at Elizabethtown High School and TK Stone Middle School feel monitoring student-athletes’ drug use through the district’s drug testing policy is an important way to keep drug use under control.

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