Today's News

  • Advocacy and Support Center seeking volunteers

    March is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Advocacy and Support Center is the local rape crisis and Child Advocacy Non Profit Organization and they rely on a strong volunteer base to answer thier crisis line phone calls. They are in need of many more volunteers. If interested, please contact: Sarah Vaughn, 234-9236, email sarahvaughn@bbtel.com, or go online to www.advocacysupportcenter.com.

  • ECTC to hold sessions on Career Transitions Initiative

      On March 24, Gov. Steve Beshear and KCTCS President Michael B. McCall announced a Career Transitions Initiative designed to provide workforce training to Kentuckians who have lost their jobs. The Career Transitions Initiative is a natural continuation of the services already being offered at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.

  • Corkran helps build the Radcliff Rotary team

    1 Pictured with club President-elect Bill Dennison is guest speaker Jeff Corkran and his wife, Rotarian Dee Corkran.

    2 Jeff Corkran puts Radcliff Rotarians "through the hoop" during a team building exercise.

    Corkran helps build the Radcliff Rotary team

  • April 19 Howevalley news


    Mona Holbert, 234-3298

    STUDENT SPOTLIGHT. Ashley Ostrihon, a second-grade student in Mrs. Cofer’s homeroom at Howevalley Elementary School, is the daughter of Michille Ostrihon of Cecilia. Ashley is an outstanding student, strong reader and gets along great with her friends. Her favorite subject is social studies. Ashley’s hobbies include jumping on her trampoline and playing with her cat.

  • Lanz speaks to Hardin County Senior Republican Women’s Forum



    The Hardin County Senior Republican Women’s Forum met on March 19 at The Mulberry in Elizabethtown. In addition to regular members, there were several associate members and visitors in attendance. After the meal, Jeff Lanz, president of the Hardin County Historical Society, spoke on interesting and little known facts about Abraham Lincoln. After the presentation, a business meeting was held. The next meeting is 6 p.m. April 16 at The Gondolier Restaurant in Elizabethtown. For information, contact Alice Pelkey, 769-1464.


  • John Quiggins Memorial Pancake Feast


    The North Hardin Lions Club is again sponsoring its annual John Quiggins Memorial Pancake Feast. The event is from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 28 at Radcliff Middle School cafeteria. The breakfast includes: all you can eat eggs, sausage, pancakes, milk, orange juice and coffee. Cost is $5 for adults; children five and younger eat for free.

  • Part of 1500 to close next week

    VINE GROVE — Hwy. 1500 between Edgebrook Drive and Cedarcrest Drive will be temporarily closed Monday through Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. until dark for maintenance work.

    Signs will be posted for re-routing of traffic.

  • EHS seniors win journalism award

    By KELLY RICHARDSON krichardson@thenewsenterprise.com ELIZABETHTOWN — Two seniors at Elizabethtown High School will be receiving a national journalism award next month, alongside organizations at the height of the profession. Jacqui Powell and Laura Pait, seniors at Elizabethtown High School, have won a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, given by the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Just

  • PREP BASEBALL ROUNDUP: Bruins sweep Eagles in district doubleheader (04/24)

    The News-Enterprise Ernie Banks made the saying, “It’s a beautiful day for a ball game … Let’s play two” famous and the Central Hardin Bruins wouldn’t disagree. The Bruins swept the Fort Knox Eagles in a pair of 17th District games Thursday. n The Bruins won the first game, 5-0 behind the pitching of senior Kyle Nichols. He struck out 10 and limi

  • Jury split on sex abuse charges



    ELIZABETHTOWN — A Hardin County jury returned a split verdict Thursday night in the trial of a man charged last year with two counts of sexual abuse.

    He was not convicted of either charge against him.