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Today's News

  • Electronically locating the dead

    By ASHLEY SORRELL

    asorrell@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN — What now stands as a small, wooden pavilion anchored in cement beside Elizabethtown City Cemetery soon will be a high-tech kiosk built to assist visitors.

    Steve Park, Elizabethtown finance director, said the kiosk, set to be completed in July, will incorporate a City Hall database of more than 6,000 searchable names and GIS map technology will direct visitors to the exact gravesite location they are seeking.

  • 6-1 Howevalley News

    CHURCH NEWS.Vertrees Baptist Church will have an all-day vacation Bible school from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 7. The theme is country focusing on “Sowing a Seed.” There will be lessons, crafts, music, entertainment and food for all ages of young people. Registration is at 6 p.m. June 6, with a cookout to follow. Everyone is welcome. For more information, please contact Brother John Boone, 736-9190, Cindy Wright, 862-3045, or any church member.

  • Police say mother-in-law is only suspect in Sunday's shooting

    By BOB WHITE

    bwhite@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN – While criminal charges have not been filed in connection to Sunday’s shooting death of 38-year-old Army wife Carlotta Mae Peterson, Elizabethtown police confirmed today that the victim's mother-in-law is the only suspected shooter.

  • OUTDOORS: One heck of a fish tale (06/03)

     

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com

    ELIZABETHTOWN — A quarter of a pound separated Kevin Snider from an even bigger payday Saturday.

    Competing in the Wal-Mart Bass Fishing League All-American championship on Lake Hamilton in Hot Springs, Ark., Snider finished with a three-day total of 20 pounds, 9 ounces — four ounces shy of a $100,000 payday.

    Instead, Snider won $50,000 and a Ranger 198VX bass boat worth $40,000 as the highest-finishing Ranger Cup participant.

  • PREP BASEBALL: Central Doughty rolls with the changes (6/3)

    By CHUCK JONES cjones@thenewsenterprise.com CECILIA — Some people fear change, but Central Hardin senior Andrew Doughty is not one of those people. In fact, Doughty embraces it. His baseball career at Central Hardin has been filled with change, from moving to a new position to finding a new hole in the batting order.

  • Rodriguez - Amezquita

     

  • 6-1 Rineyville News

    BIRTHDAYS. This week’s birthday list includes Tony Purdom, Norbie Thompson, Karen Lucia, Sharon Bessette, Winona Skees, Amy Allen, Stephanie Meredith, Rene Prather, Parker Duvall, Kristen Hall, Dale Hill, Wayne Farmer, Jimmy Jones, Jamie Cecil, Jim Muse, Marion Crutcher, Donna Nall, Les Tharp, Matthew Dockery, Ashley Jones, Miles Godwin, Jim Reed, Jessica Reed, Trent Miller, Paul Crutcher, Pam Sheroan, Colleen Hubble, Cooper Crutcher, Ed Cecil, Brian Froedge and Kaitlyn Perry.

  • Obituary correction

    An obituary for Fannie Elizabeth Wimsatt was mistakenly left out of Thursday's edition of The News-Enterprise.

  • Haddles announce birth of daughter

     

  • 6-1 Cecilia news

    We replanted our garden this past week. We first planted it I believe it was May 8, then it started raining, and rained for days until a hard crust formed on top that you could easily walk upon and not leave a foot print. Our potatoes came up and a few small seeds I had sown came up. I guess they sprouted before the ground dried.