Today's News

  • Sept. 16, 2008, editorial: Sports complex clears hurdles

    THE ISSUE: Field of Dreams   OUR VIEW: Make plans to serve many


    Now that the city of Elizabethtown has secured enough land for the much talked about Field of Dreams multi-sports complex, those behind the project are ready to push on.

    The project needs to move forward and at a pace that will show some progress. So far, FOD has been one of the most-discussed projects the city has undertaken but with little to show for it.

    That's about to change.

  • Sept. 17: Services


  • Meet the Robinsons


  • Sept. 17, 2008: Obituaries


    Mary Lou Burnett

    Mary Lou Burnett, 69, of Mooresville, Ind., died Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008, at her residence.

    Survivors include her husband, Paul E. Burnett; two daughters, Belinda “Cookie” Gipson and Kimberly Warford; and two sons, Bobby Gene Burnett Jr. and Donald Burnett.

    The funeral is at 2 p.m. Friday at Soller-Baker Lafayette Funeral Home, 400 Twyckenham Blvd., Lafayette, Ind.; with interment in Johnson Cemetery.

  • Sept. 12 Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown.

    Estate of Raphael J. Shircliff to Martha J. Turner, 1221 Johnstown Road, Elizabethtown, $128,000.

    William S. and Elizabeth F. Helm to Prudential Relocation Inc., 115 Gammon Court, Elizabethtown, $265,000.

    Prudential Relocation Inc., to Phillip H. and Dana B. Wilson, 115 Gammon Court, Elizabethtown, $271,500.

    Darrell K. and Nina Hicks to Karen Frost, 75 Tall Oak Court, Elizabethtown, $85,900.

  • GIRLS PREP SOCCER: Central rebounds with win over North (9/16)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com CECILIA — After a disappointing 5-2 loss to Ohio County on Saturday, Central Hardin coach Hal Bender wondered how his team would bounce back. He didn’t have to wait long to get his answer. The homestanding Lady Bruin

  • Doubly Blessed


  • PREP FOOTBALL: Highlight reel has a different meaning for Elizabethtown's Deneen (9/17)



    ELIZABETHTOWN — Although he’s rapidly becoming one himself, Trevor Deneen likes to help others become stars.

    Deneen, an Elizabethtown High School senior wide receiver, has helped turn Chris Gohman into a star.

    Because of the pressure Deneen puts on opposing defenses, they can’t focus solely on stopping Gohman, a fellow senior who leads the area in scoring (50 points), receptions (21), receiving yards (423) and receiving touchdowns (seven).

  • Nora's Dash of Class 9-11


  • Letter-Hudson

    If the restaurant tax is such a hardship on the citizens of Elizabethtown, why are our restaurants always full with long waiting lines? Seems to me if the tax is taking away money from the rent, utilities, etc., these folks should be eating at home. Our restaurant parking lots are always full of out-of-state and out of county cars. We all are aware of how many travelers stop in Elizabethtown.