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Final work underway at Impellizzeri's

The transformation of 14 Public Square from a county government building to a pizza restaurant is almost complete. Over the past several months, the visionaries behind the project have worked to return the building to its original character and feel while making necessary upgrades. "An amazing amoun

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 07:08:25

Glendale man gets 20 years for sex offense

A Glendale man arrested charged with a sexual assault on a boy younger that 12 years of age, accepted a plea deal Friday in Hardin Circuit Court. Robert Darrell Nash, 41, arrested July 25, 2016, by Ken-tucky State Police, accepted a 20-year sentence for one count of first-degree sodomy for an offens

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-18 20:51:00

DuPlessis seeking third term in state House

With an eye toward the state pension crisis and tax reform, Jim DuPlessis is seeking a third term in the state House of Representatives. The Republican from Elizabethtown, who celebrates his 48th birthday today, filed Friday in Frankfort to run in the 25th District, the only House seat fully contain

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 05:30:00

Credit union recognized for top national CD rate

It's been a big month at Fort Knox Federal Credit Union. Not only is the local credit union celebrating its 67th anniversary, but it has a national ranking to embrace for having the highest paying 36-month Certificate of Deposit, according to www.bankrate.com. The CD, at 35 months at FKFCU, currentl

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 03:30:07

Skeeters steps down from Arts and Crafts show

For the past 27 years, San-dy Skeeters has or-ga-n-ized and run the North Pole Arts and Craft Show, but Sat-urday's event was her last. "I'm just tired," she said. "It's been 27 years, and I think we've found somebody who will take it over and continue it." Sara and David Bollin-ger, who have two ch

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 03:30:09

Army of bell ringers needed for kettle campaign

The Christmas shopping season wouldn't be the same without the familiar sound of Sal-vation Army bell ringers in local shopping areas. To keep that sound going, the organization needs volunteers and several of them. Capt. Chris Streck of the Sal-vation Army said to operate the 12 spots throughout th

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 03:30:05

ECTC looks to add agriculture technology degree program

Elizabethtown Community and Technical College is looking to add a degree program for agricultural technology. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents has to approve the program first, but ECTC is hoping to open it in fall 2018. The agricultural tech-nology program would

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 03:00:04

Ray Cottrell Sr. nominated for TIME Dealer of the Year

One year after a Hardin County new car dealer received the national TIME Dealer of the Year award, a Brandenburg dealer has been named as Kentucky's honoree. Raymond H. Cottrell Sr., president of Ray's Ford Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Brandenburg, is one of 47 state nominees for the award, which will

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 02:25:27

Dancer's showcase their skills in Bismarck

BISMARCK A couple hundred Bismarck residents were at Century High School today cheering on their girls. The Centahnas showcase is the main fundraiser of the year for that team. It will help pay for them to hire choreographers and pay for travel costs. It is a competition of cheer and dance teams fro

KFYR-TV - 2017-11-19 04:41:00

National Christmas tree rolls into Dickinson

It's never too early to start thinking about Christmas decorations, including picking out a tree. There aren't many places that can hold a tree that's 79 feet tall. Meet Lady Elaine, this year's National Christmas tree from Kootenai National Forest in Montana. She is a 76-year-old Engelmann Spruce

KFYR-TV - 2017-11-19 04:35:00

Minot celebrates the Festival of Trees

MINOT The holidays are the season of giving and in Minot community members are giving to a local clinic in a big way. With Thanksgiving just around the corner it's a great time to get into the Christmas spirit...and Minot's annual Festival of Trees is all about holiday cheer. "It's a good way to k

KFYR-TV - 2017-11-19 04:57:00

Winter market takes place at UTTC

Winter Market at UTTC gives local vendors a place to go once it's too cold for Bismarket, artists like Shawna Fricke. Shawna is a graduate from the Institute of American Indian Arts. She makes bead necklaces, decorated shells, and her big seller... Christmas Tree bulbs. Shawna has been selling the b

KFYR-TV - 2017-11-19 04:52:00

Annie's House and Bottineau Winter Park Open

BOTTINEAU Bottineau Winter Park and Annie's House opened their mountain this weekend, a week earlier than normal. Usually, temperatures don't drop low enough this early in the year to make snow. "Right now we're at about 4.2 million gallons on the ground right now, of the usual 12 million that we ma

KFYR-TV - 2017-11-19 04:39:00

Rep. Cramer talks farm bill in Mandan

BISMARCK Congressman Kevin Cramer was in Mandan Saturday speaking with ranchers about their concerns on today's issues. He's taking these points of view into account as he represents North Dakota in Congress. Topics discussed included the new farm bill and NAFTA. "Never forget this one intuitive und

KFYR-TV - 2017-11-19 04:49:00

Gun fired during fight in Bismarck

A gun was fired on Friday afternoon during a fight in Bismarck, but no one was injured from the gun, Bismarck police said. Officers were dispatched shortly after 4 p.m. to the 2800 block of Gateway Avenue for a fight in progress. While at the scene, officers determined a gun was fired during the fig

BISMARCK TRIBUNE - 2017-11-18 00:02:00

Bismarck stem cell clinic being investigated

BISMARCK, N.D. - A stem cell clinic in Bismarck is being investigated by the Attorney General's office after complaints started coming in from consumers. Officials with the Consumer Protection Division say West 2 North Medical Solutions has been offering stem cell injections for about a week and a


Roundup: Thanksgiving meals, activities

Roundup of local Thanksgiving meals and activities. Generosity abounds during the Thanksgiving holiday, as many local organizations make sure all members of the community can have a Thanksgiving feast. Here's a roundup of local Thanksgiving meals and activities. Nov. 19 Centreville 6 p.m., Centrevi

STURGIS JOURNAL - 2017-11-18 01:43:28

5 in the next 7: Things to do this week

Weekly entertainment planner, Nov. 19-26, 2017. Events and activities in the Journal area. Thanksgiving Eve church service St John's Episcopal Church and the First United Methodist Church of Sturgis will hold a community service Nov. 22, on the eve of Thanksgiving. The service begins at 6 p.m. at th

STURGIS JOURNAL - 2017-11-18 03:29:50

Former Michigan officer charged with reckless discharge of a firearm

MATTAWAN, Mich. (WNDU) A former police officer in Mattawan, Michigan, has turned herself in after an investigation found she recklessly fired her gun. The incident happened earlier this month during a traffic stop. Police say Chelsey Omilian fired her gun, wounding a woman who was taken to the hospi

WNDU - 2017-11-18 00:03:00

Jonesville Rotary celebrates 70th anniversary

JONESVILLE - On Nov. 13, the Jonesville Rotary Club celebrated 70-years of service and giving back to the community. The Club began in 1947 when founding members Graydon Fast and A.R. "Ben" Leonard discussed the idea of starting a service and social club in Jonesville. After looking into several org