Today's News

  • Nov. 19: Our readers write

    Support Toys for Tots

    Every year since 1947 the Marines have worked to collect toys for needy children through Toys for Tots. They collect toys and turn them over to Community Action which actually distributes the toys to children in need.

  • Divine rock

    By HOLLY TABOR htabor@thenewsenterprise.com RADCLIFF — In its second year as a Soul Joy Records recording group, Christian rock band Wisdom’s Call will release its first CD with the label, “Divine Exchange,” with a celebratory concert party Friday at Pritchard Community Center. The CD includes 10

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Mudd's three free throws lift T.K. Stone to 41-40 win over Radcliff Middle (11/18)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com BRANDENBURG — Kinsey Mudd insists free throws aren’t really her thing. Yeah, right. With no time left on the clock and the T.K. Stone Lady Panthers down by two, Mudd hit three free throws to lift her team to a 41-40 win over the Radcliff Lady Spartans in the championship of the eighth-grade girls’ Middle School Athl

  • Nov. 16 editorial: Revolving door should stop now

    Elizabethtown Independent Schools’ second superintendent since mid-2006, Dr. Jayne Risen Morgenthal who began her career in education teaching in the city’s schools, steps into her new job on Monday. But like her predecessor, Dr. John Millay who stayed on the job only two years, Morgenthal assumes the position in an environment where two of the five board members, vocal alumni and supporters prefer someone else to lead their alma mater.

  • Nov. 7 editorial: Answers to your financial questions

    If you are frightened by what's happening to your pension savings, annuities and 401(k); if you are concerned about hearing the dreaded "R" word so much, worried about what it all means to your business or  your employer; and if you are interested in learning what you can do to navigate through today's stormy economic times, the place for you to be this morning is the Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau.

  • Francis wins NAACP top honor


    By MARTY FINLEY mfinley@thenewsenterprise.com

    HARDIN COUNTY — Allan Francis was elected the new president of the the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s Hardin County Branch on Tuesday night, and election officials said the voter turnout proved to be the largest in the branch’s history.

    Francis’ victory makes him the first new president since 1999, defeating incumbent President Hortensia Morgan and challenger Aundrea Locke.

  • 11-19 Services



    Excerpts from President-Elect Barack Obama's victory speech, as prepared for delivery Tuesday to thousands of well-wishers assembled in Chicago's Grant park.


      If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time; who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer.

  • HMH board of trustees approves bid for MRI suite renovation

    Hardin Memorial Hospital's board of trustees approved hospital officials' recommended bid to hire Corbett Construction to renovate an MRI suite at the hospital. The bid, at $192,090, fell below the project's budgeted cost of $200,000.

    HMH President David Gray said renovations are required because the hospital is moving an MRI machine to the Brandenburg Diagnostic Center, an auxiliary facility in the works, and bringing a new MRI machine on board. Removing the machine will involve construction work, which will be restored through renovation.


  • The Studio to be featured in ECTC oil painting exhibit