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Drunk Driver Takes Plea Deal In Fatal Wreck

A Hodgenville man pleaded guilty for driving drunk and causing a wreck that killed an E’town couple back in 2013. 47 year old Earl Richardson told the court he should not have been drinking and driving and he takes responsibility for his actions. Richardson was about to be tried for murder in the deaths…but took […]

Mom Of Famous 13 Year Old Runaway Has Court Appearance

In Leitchfield, Sherry Peters has pleaded not guilty to interfering with the custody of her daughter — a 13 year old who made national headlines by running off with her boyfriend. Cheyenne Phillips and her 18 year old sweetie stole cars and a truck on a crime spree across the south before being caught in […]

Say “Hello” To Two New Troopers Locally — Hopefully Not When They Have You Stopped

KSP is E’town has two new troopers on patrol in Hardin county. They just graduated from the state police academy. T rooper Joseph Borders and Trooper Scott Wheatley. Borders is 28, from Louisville and a 2005 graduate of Trinity High School. He attended the University of Louisville before working for the Bowling Green Police Dept […]

Social Media Session Tonight For Parents — Worried About Their Kids

Worried about your kids online? Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Not to mention all the perverts out there. Tonight, John Hardin High School has a session to help parents get up to speed on social media and what your kids may run into online. Parents will also get tips on how to keep an eye on what […]

News Enterprise Getting Hit With Criticism — Again.

Been a tough year for the News Enterprise Newspaper. Some readers were upset by a headline that said, “The Monkey’s Are Coming.” It was an advertisement, but some people thought it referred to the Radcliff city council. The paper issued a clarification. A few weeks ago, The News Enterprise fired two employees for making up […]

Weird Letter Causes Radcliff Post Office To Close For A Time

A strange letter turned-up yesterday morning at the Radcliff post office . The letter said, “Do not open. Call 911.” So, that’s what they did — call 911. Officials closed the post office for a while, reopeninga bout 11:30 It’s not known what was in the letter.