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With extreme cold temperatures hitting the area the last two days, residents may be dealing with a number of weather-related problems.
A Vine Grove man was arrested Friday in connection to a shooting Monday night at a Springfield Road residence in Elizabethtown that resulted in a man being shot in the neck.
If Kevin Estes with Doug’s Towing in Elizabethtown had any doubt about how paralyzing this week’s snowstorm was, he became convinced Monday night.
One of his drivers sent out to help a stranded motorist on Interstate 65, was forced to drive in reverse for about 5½ miles along the interstate in Hart County to hook the vehicle up and tow it.
This week's blast of heavy snow in Hardin County offered residents a rare experience in dealing with about a foot of snow in some parts of the county.
The News-Enterprise would like to see your Snow Storm 2015 photos for possible publication in Sunday's Faces & Places section of the newspaper.
Despite the snow, former Hodgenville mayor Terry Cruse and former city clerk MaDonna Hornback reported Monday as scheduled to Nelson County Jail in Bardstown to begin serving their 30-day sentences.
Lori King took one step into her Bardstown Road home Friday night and knew something was wrong.
After an 18th birthday celebration for her daughter, she arrived to an empty spot in her living room where their 65-inch television should have been.
If you remember the sounds of “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry” or “Walk Like a Man,” you’ll want to visit the Historic State Theater on Feb. 28.
The theater will present the Let’s Hang On — Frankie Valli Tribute Show. It is a touring concert with a cast of four plus a live band.
While schools remained closed and much of the county remained snowed in through the week, restaurants and retail businesses were challenged with the task of remaining open.
Many businesses delayed their opening or closed earlier. Some even shut down entirely.
Julious Bone has never left home without kissing his wife, Mildred.
The Elizabethtown husband and wife celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on Jan. 17.
“It doesn’t seem like that long,” Julious, 92, said. “Time passes so fast.”
About 250 people, including soldiers and families, officially were welcomed Wednesday afternoon to Fort Knox as officials cut the ribbon on the Army Recruiting and Retention School.
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