After having thoroughly read the recent letter by Sherry Kelley, I have to wonder who hasn't noticed the higher gas prices and how the cost of everything has gone up as well. As an Iraqi war veteran who recently was discharged for medical reasons, I face these and other probelms in making sure my bills are paid and my family is taken care of. While things may be tougher now, I do know that we are not in a recession because I have lived through one before.
Finally, the high school football season is here. With the Kentucky High School Athletic Association pushing back the start of the season, football fans have had to wait an extra week for the season to get underway. This season has a number of interesting storylines. Will John Hardin continue its dominance from last season? What will Central Hardin do in Year 2 under Coach Mike Lawson?
The News-Enterprise The LaRue County Lady Hawks improved to 3-0 against 15th District competition with a 25-16, 25-8 win over visiting 5th Region rival North Hardin on Thursday. Sophomore outside hitter Brea Huhn led the Lady Hawks (7-0) with 10 kills, two aces and two digs, while sophomore setter Molly Kennedy chipped in with eight assists and seven aces. Sophomore setter Angelina
The News-Enterprise Eleven Elizabethtown players recorded a point (goal or assist) as the homestanding seventh-ranked Lady Panthers cruised past 10th District rival Fort Knox on Thursday, 10-0. Elizabethtown (4-2 overall, 2-0 in district) outshot Fort Knox, 25-0 and led 7-0 at halftime. Freshman forward Taylor Perkins and senior midfielder/defender Caitlin Adams each scored two goal