en Confidence in process is critical to elections <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Election process for soldiers overseas<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Important task in hands of Elizabethtown man</p> <p> Every American should be confident their vote is cast appropriately and is counted promptly. The men and women of the armed forces, who put their lives on the line for the country and its principles, deserve that right most of all.</p> July 23, 2014: Our readers write <p> <u><strong>On the subject of trust and Goodman</strong></u></p> <p> In Thursday&rsquo;s edition of<em> The News-Enterprise</em>, Doug Goodman, District 2 Magistrate for Hardin County, a Democrat, is quoted as stating, &ldquo;I&rsquo;m finding it harder and harder to trust this administration.&rdquo;</p> Three local athletes who excel in college <p> <strong>KUDOS:</strong> Praising positives in our community</p> Be alert on the road <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Patriot Parkway and motorist safety<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Keep alert to rules of the road</p> <p> It has been less than two months since Patriot Parkway opened, creating a new four-lane link between Elizabethtown and Radcliff.</p> HMH administrator outlines vision, strategies <p> Allow me to take this opportunity to share more about our vision of the future of Hardin Memorial Health.</p> Intercede to save Meijer project <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Meijer&#39;s interest in Elizabethtown<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> City needs to resolve</p> <p> The establishment of a new Meijer store on Ring Road in Elizabethtown would have a significant impact for all of Hardin County.</p> Law is intended to protect teens <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Motion filed to dismiss sex charges<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Legislature needs to revisit wording</p> <p> When listing positions of authority, would you include police officers?</p> <p> Of course. Most anyone would.</p> Business plan for music on Square <p> <strong>ISSUE:</strong> Proposal to buy downtown building<br /> <strong>OUR VIEW:</strong> Idea and business plan sound good</p> <p> In the 1950s and &rsquo;60s, J.J. Newberry five-and-dime stores defined rural retailing. The company dominated downtown Elizabethtown and consumed one corner of Public Square.</p>