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  • Glendale woman seriously injured

    The News-Enterprise

    GLENDALE — Emogene S. Hagan, 79, of Glendale was run over and seriously injured Thursday morning in the parking lot of Glendale United Methodist Church on Glendale-Hodgenville Road East, police say..

  • E'town seeing signs of rebound



    Elizabethtown still is facing an occupational tax shortfall, but there are some signs of rebound, Finance Director Steve Park said Tuesday.

    Park said the city has seen some recuperation in the retail sector, and occupational tax revenues are not lagging as much as they were earlier this year.

  • HB 160 eases college transfer issues



    Students at the local community college might find the road to a four-year institution a little smoother thanks to a new law.

    Gov. Steve Beshear signed House Bill 160 into law on Wednesday, which will set in motion the alignment of courses at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System and their transferability to  public four-year institutions in Kentucky.

  • Photo: Earning his stripes
  • April 15, 2010: Obituaries

    Harry Clay

    Harry Clay, 86, of Radcliff, died Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at Woodland Terrace Healthcare Facility.

    Arrangements are incomplete at Percell & Sons Funeral Home in Elizabethtown.

    Jessica Hazle

    Jessica Hazle, 29, of Huntsville, Ala., died Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at Huntsville Women’s and Children Hospital.

     Arrangements are incomplete at Bennett-Bertram Funeral Home in Hodgenville.

  • Telethon has tall order

    TO LEARN MORE: For more information about the organization or volunteering, contact North Hardin HOPE at (270) 351-4673 By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com North Hardin HOPE failed to meet its goal of $30,000 last year during its annual telethon, but that will not deter the organization from thinking big. As the need for assistance surges, having the cour

  • Nut tree pioneer dies



    Leslie Wilmoth, who played a major role in Kentucky’s nut tree industry, died Wednesday at his Elizabethtown home. He was 92.

    After retiring from Fort Knox in the early ’70s, he started Wilmoth Nursery in Glendale and experimented with propagating nut tree varieties. He came up with some “good methods,” said Nolin River Nut Tree Nursery co-owner John Brittain, who was in business with Wilmoth for a time.

  • Commissions - where do they go?


    In today’s economy everybody is looking for a bargain. If you are buying and selling your home you are no different. But have you ever really thought about where the commission you pay your Realtor is going?

    Commissions are negotiable and it is not unfair or unreasonable for consumers to ask about fees that are charged in real estate transactions.

  • It's pool-cleaning time


    jfriedlein@thenewsenterprise.com With recent temperatures topping 80 degrees, thoughts likely are turning to bikinis and sunscreen.

    While it’s still only April, now is a good time to prepare your pool for the season.

  • HCS testing will begin later, no change for EIS



    Standardized testing for Hardin County Schools will begin later than was originally planned.