Today's News

  • Hardin County Library presents awards to writers’ contest winners

    Kristen Elassen was the first honorable mention winner in the Hardin County Public Library Writer's Contest held recently.

    Devin Stapleton was the winner in the Pre-teen Category in the Hardin County Public Library Writer's Contest.

    Tony Sexton, president of the Kentucky State Poetry Society, addressed local writers at the Kentucky Writers Day workshops  at Hardin County Public Library, North Branch. 

    Tiffany Pavey was the winner in the Teen/Adult Category in the Hardin County Public Library Writer's Contest.

  • Breaking NewsPursuit ends in fatal crash



    Kentucky State Police and the Hardin County Sheriff's Office are conducting a joint investigation today into events leading up to a fatal multiple-vehicle crash at U.S. 31W and Ky. 313.

    According to KSP Post 4 spokesman Bruce Reeves, a sheriff's deputy was pursuing a suspected speeder westbound on Ky. 313 around 8 a.m. Sunday. The fleeing driver reached a top speed of 125 mph as he headed into one of the county's busiest intersections.

  • Radcliff Rotary welcomes tourism director


  • Couple appreciates ‘southern hospitality’ from local business

    On April 12, my husband and I left Harrodsburg to go to Kentucky Lake fishing for three weeks. I was driving our Trailblazer pulling the boat and he was driving our motor home. About eight miles from Elizabethtown on the Bluegrass Parkway, I developed problems with the Trailblazer and limped into Elizabethtown. We stopped at Skaggs RV to see if they could help. We were told that we would need to take the Trailblazer to a GM dealer, but we were welcome to park the boat and motor home there while we went to the dealer to get help.

  • Hendersons celebrate 50th wedding anniversary


    Lloyd and Charlotte Cox Henderson will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary from 2 to 5 p.m., May 30, 2010, with a reception in their honor at First Christian Church in Elizabethtown.

  • Focus on Finance: Plan for the three financial stages of retirement


    Question: How can I know what I will need financially to provide a comfortable retirement for my spouse and myself?

    Answer: Just how much income will you need during your retirement? Along with your company pension and Social Security income, your savings can contribute income, too. But how much should that total income be, and for how long? Plan for each of retirement’s three financial stages.

  • E'town man's video game footwork goes viral

     E’town man’s video game footwork

    goes viral

    Nick Hagman is one of the rare few who will get off the couch to save a princess.

    The Elizabethtown man has created an Internet buzz — reportedly in locales as far-flung as South Korea and Finland — by winning a classic video game with his feet.

    With more than 100,000 views, a YouTube video features the 21-year-old stepping his way to the end of Super Mario Bros. Several gaming blogs have featured his feet feat.

  • CLASS 1-A TRACK: Fort Knox's Edwards, Austin and a relay take home the gold (06/06)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com LOUISVILLE — Courtney Edwards isn’t a baseball player, but he’s batting 1.000 at the KHSAA Class 1-A State Track & Field Championships. A year after winning four gold medals, Edwards pulled off the remarkable feat once again Saturday at Owsley Frazier Cardinal Park. And this year, the Fort Knox senior wasn&rsquo

  • Dancers perform for Friends First Club

    The Allegro Dance Theatre Musical Theatre Ensemble recently performed for the Friends First Club from First Federal Savings Bank at the American Legion Hall. The group performed selections from Disney’s High School Musical. The ADT Musical Theatre Ensemble will host a musical theatre education camp June 7-10 and the campers will perform selections from Seussical, the Musical. For information, call 352-1333.


  • Senior life: After the diagnosis


    Senior Life Colmunist

    You sit on the edge of a paper-covered table, cloth gown two sizes too big draped haphazardly around your body. The doctor and nurse said they would be right back — it seems like hours now. There’s been a battery of tests and blood work, and you are praying against odds about the results.