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Today's News

  • Dollars and Sense

    The holidays are a fun and exciting time of year, but they are also a time when you can end up spending more than you expected. Keep in mind that you don’t have to bust your budget in order to show how much you care. Here are some tips for reining in spending while partaking in the generous spirit of the season, offered by the Kentucky Society of CPAs.

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Todd ready to adjust to yet another new coach (12/17)

     

  • Crafting an education:

    By ROBERT VILLANUEVA

    rvillanueva@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Ben Wilson has shared his love of woodworking in a variety of ways.

    “My life is wood,” Wilson said.

    The 53-year-old has been doing woodwork since he was 17.

  • Stranger in the Ravine

     By SUE CAROL VERTREES

    Effie was glad the midday dishes were done. She was free to walk to Kate’s house and spend time doing nothing but engaging in idle talk about what was going on around the ridge. Sometimes it was exciting to pass on a bit of gossip that may or may not be true. Whatever she and Kate did would be a relief from daily household chores.

  • Area student places in state poster contest

     

    By KELLY RICHARDSON krichardson@thenewsenterprise.com

    STEPHENSBURG — One West Hardin Middle School student’s art project didn’t just earn a grade, it earned her a trip to the Governor’s Mansion.

  • You'll shoot your eye out!

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com HARDIN COUNTYThis time of year people not only are trimming their trees and wrapping gifts, but also snuggling up with a big bowl of popcorn to watch their favorite holiday flicks.

  • A Sisterhood of Shopkeepers

    By BECCA OWSLEY bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com HARDIN COUNTYIn the hustle and bustle of the Christmas shopping season, shoppers  find many successful stores are owned by women.  The mother-daughter duo of Jo Meldrum, 62, and Michele Redmond, 36, own The Red Brick Cottage in Radcliff; the two have kept

  • What's your favorite...

    The News-Enterprise

    Do you have a favorite Christmas movie that is a must see each season? Are the Griswolds, the Grinch and the Bailey family a part of your holiday tradition?

    If you have a favorite flick, we want to hear about it. E-mail your favorite Christmas movie and why you like it to bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com by Dec. 15. A story about favorite holiday movies will be featured in an upcoming Pulse

  • Breaking News

    The News-Enterprise

    Hardin County Schools will be out of session for a second straight day Wednesday due the ice and snow storm that hit the area Monday and Tuesday, while Elizabethtown Independent Schools will run on a one-hour delay.

    Students in both HCS and Elizabethtown Independent Schools, along with many other area schools, were out on Tuesday.

    LaRue County and Meade County schools will also be closed today.

    Elizabethtown Christian Academy and Elizabethtown Montessori will open on a one-hour delay today as well.  

  • The joy and innocence of Christmas

    By SUZANNE DARLAND 

    Christmas is for children.

    That’s what the Christmas movies tell you, anyway. There’s little Cindy Lou who melts the Grinch’s heart with her wide-eyed innocence. And the Peanuts gang who dance heads up and carefree to funky jazz as they rehearse a Christmas play. And head-in-the-clouds Ralphie who finds a Red Ryder rifle under the tree, despite his mother’s objections.