Today's News

  • Teacher appeals firing

    By Bob White


    The man who lost a short-lived tennis coaching spot at Elizabethtown High School after being accused last year of marijuana possession also has lost a teaching position with Jefferson County Public Schools, JCPS officials confirmed.

    Jody Bingham, 49, who taught business for JCPS, had been tapped as EHS' tennis coach shortly before police found marijuana inside his home during a search, police said.

  • April 12 Support Group meetings


  • Field work approved at Heritage House

    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com Mandated archaeological work on the site of the Lincoln Heritage House at Freeman Lake Park could proceed as early as next week. Elizabethtown City Council accepted a proposal Monday from Brockington and Associates, a cultural resources consulting firm that operates locally, to complete an archaeological field study and management summary for t

  • Radcliff Rotary has guest speaker

    Guest of Radcliff Rotarian Mike Parker recently was Peter Mott, Community Health Nurse at Ireland Army Hospital. He gave the club a briefing on the hazards of hot weather injury dangers and some useful pointers on how to prevent them. Pictured from left are Club President Bill Dennison, Peter Mott and Rotarian Mike Parker.


  • April 9 Property Transfers

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

    Sharon Schlatter to Dean M. and Judith Hiza, lot 1 College View Subdivision, county, $144,000.

    John and Sherry Helton to Jay J. Miles, lot 41 Farmgate Estates Subdivision, county, $136,000.

    Hickory Lane IV Inc., to Selina Khorn, lot 75 Fontainbleau Estates, Elizabethtown, $31,000.

    Priscilla J. Cooper to Mary Michelle Thompson, 3167 Wooldridge Ferry Road, Elizabethtown, $6,000.

  • Officials tour Human Resources Center of Excellence

    Councilman Jerry Brown, Mayor Sheila Enyart and Councilman Don Yates, along with members of the Radcliff/Hardin County Chamber of Commerce, were among the first civilians to tour the interior space of the new Human Resources Center of Excellence at Fort Knox. The construction completion date and grand opening are on schedule for early June.

    Chamber members, elected officials, Fort Knox personnel and HRC building contractors.


  • April 4 Pets of the Week

    Pet of the Week This adult female Beagle mix named “Lily” and this adult male Poodle mix named “Buster” are in need of loving homes. If you are interested in adopting them contact the Hardin County Animal Control at (270) 769-3428 or visit them at 116 Nicholas St. in Elizabethtown. Visit www.hcky.org/animalcontrol.asp for more information. All dog adoptions are

  • Boy Scout Troop Supports Community Service Day

    Scoutmaster Alan New, Star Scout Matthew Hughes and Life Scout Cody Dunkin.

    Boy Scout Troop 134, under the direction of Scoutmaster Alan New, supported the National Scouting Service Project Day on March 25. Fourteen scouts and four adult leaders of the troop spent eight hours cleaning approximately 400 yards of a creek bed that was clogged with fallen trees and other trash.


  • Lewis-Lemmonds

    LANCE LEMMONDS AND HOLLY RENEE LEWIS   Lewis-Lemmonds Peggy and G.T.

  • Sherwood-Stoinoff


    John and Gail Sherwood of Radcliff announce the engagement of their daughter, Krystal Gail Sherwood, to Chris F. Stoinoff III, son of Chris and Joann Stoinoff, also of Radcliff.

    The bride-to-be is a 2003 graduate of North Hardin High School and a 2008 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. She is a first lieutenant assigned as the executive officer of the 530th Engineer Company (Route Clearance) 92nd Engineer Battalion, Fort Stewart, Ga.