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Today's News

  • HMH care appreciated

    On Nov. 11 or 12, 2014, I had my wife was transported to Hardin Memorial Hospital by ambulance to the emergency room. Dr. Huff sent her to X-ray, and as I understand it Dr. Cundiff then sent for an MRI or Cat-Scan. In either case, she was admitted to Med Surg ward, and then immediately transferred to the CCU thanks to Dr. Huff or Dr. Cundiff.

  • Last liquor license draws controversy

    Not everyone is happy with Radcliff Mayor Mike Weaver’s efforts to secure the city’s last liquor license for Walmart.

    John Lewis, owner of John O's Liquors in Elizabethtown, said he got his license the old fashioned way: By himself, and thinks Walmart should too.

  • Habitat converts container into home

    With welders on site, members of Habitat for Humanity made strides toward history for the state organization.

    On East Railroad Avenue near the intersecton of East Crutcher Street in Elizabethtown temporarily sits a shipping container volunteers from Habitat for Humanity are converting Saturday into a home.

  • Native Australian animals visit Signature Healthcare

    Without ever leaving their homes, residents at Signature HealthCare in Elizabethtown visited with animals that come from a land down under.

    Staff from Kentucky Down Under near Horse Cave brought birds and dogs native to Australia for those attending the nursing home’s cultural diversity presentation.

  • New role sends Puster across globe

    Until earlier this month, Maj. Gen. David W. Puster served as commanding general of the 84th Training Command, a U.S. Army Reserve unit at Fort Knox.

    At the beginning of January, Puster took on a new role, assigned to active duty as the deputy commanding general, support for the 8th Army in Yongsan, South Korea.

  • PREP SOFTBALL: North Hardin tabs Chancey to run softball program (1/26)

    When the North Hardin head softball job came open because of Donnie Baker’s retirement, applying wasn’t an immediate thought to Rodney Chancey.

    Sure, it would be a chance for the Elizabethtown assistant to return to his alma mater and where he got to know his wife. Chancey, 44, is a 1988 North Hardin graduate, while wife Heather is a 1989 alumna.

  • Future brides, grooms search for vendors to make big day special

    James Hummel, a local DJ, kept music churning through the speakers Sunday at his booth in the center of Pritchard Community Center during The News-Enterprise Bridal Showcase. Each of the future brides sported a bright pink sticker reading “I’m the bride.”

  • One site truly offers free credit reports

    You’ve seen all of the ads for free credit reports on television, you’ve heard them on the radio and you’ve seen them online, but there is only one official website where you really can get your credit report for free.

  • BOYS' PREP HOOPS: North Hardin rallies by John Hardin (1/26)

    The North Hardin Trojans stole a victory from the John Hardin Bulldogs on Sunday night.

    Literally.

    North Hardin senior Keeshawn Maxwell made two key defensive plays which led to steals and then layups on the other end in the third quarter to spark the Trojans to a 74-62 victory over the John Hardin Bulldogs in a 17th District game at Ron Bevars Gymnasium.

  • Hardin County jail log: Jan. 26, 2015

     Hardin County jail log

    Bookings at the Hardin County Detention Center from 5 p.m. Saturday through 5 p.m. Sunday.