• White Mills community news

    White Mills

    Terri Spencer, 862-4604

  • White Mills community news

    White Mills

    Terri Spencer, 862-4604

  • Howevalley community news


    Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 735-7845

    IT’S A GIRL. Cory and I are having a girl in May. Mom went to the doctor with us Jan. 11 to have the ultrasound done. It was very emotional for me. She will be named Chloe Marie. Cory said she will be daddy’s girl. Mom told me all along it would be a girl. She was smiling big.
       CLUB NEWS. The Howevalley Vertrees Community Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 28. Anyone wanting to become a member, please attend this meeting.

  • South Hardin community news

    South Hardin

    Daphne Turpin, 872-3223

    Well, there still is no snow. The rain came in floods and if it had been snow it would have been a nice amount. I guess we can still hope.

  • Stephensburg community news


    Betty Pullen, 862-4844

    Hello friends and readers. Well, we all made it another week and I’m hoping everyone is well.

    Over the weekend, I went to Kevin and Janice Goodman’s benefit and the gym was full of things donated and most of all of friends and loved ones who were there to support them. I’m sure the money is greatly appreciated, but the people who came out showing their love and support means a lot. The people who helped work the benefit were great. I know the Goodman family is very thankful to all who helped.

  • Kindred Nursing visits Wesley Hilltop House

    On Dec. 20 Carol T. Kennedy from Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation visited Wesley Hilltop House to host a Bingo game. She brought with her many prizes and the seniors played until everyone had won at least two gifs.

  • Nolin RECC members pay tribute to veterans

    Members of Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation’s Operation Round-Up (ORU) program are doing their part in helping to fund the newly constructed Hardin County Veterans Tribute. In December, $10,000 was presented to the Hardin County Veterans Tribute Foundation. The money will be used to finish expenses on construction and design of the Tribute.

    Local citizens make up a non-profit board of directors that govern ORU. The board reviews applications for community projects and makes decisions on when, where, and how to utilize funds.

  • American Legion Post No. 113 hosts veteran’s lunch
  • VFW National Home for Children receives help from VFW Post No. 10281

    The Veterans of Foreign Wars National Organization supports a special place in Eaton Rapid, Mich., the VFW National Home for Children.

    VFW Post No. 10281 sent a donation check of $350 to the VFW National Home for Children to help replace its 20-plus year old phone system. Since replacement parts for the current phone system no longer are available, residents and children would not be able to call 911 for emergency services and the families of veterans needing help would not be able to reach the home.

  • News-Enterprise employees support SpringHaven

    Members of The News-Enterprise Activities Team Terri Swain, left, and Robert Villanueva delivered used cell phones and toys to SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program Executive Director Tanya Thomas on Dec. 20. The cell phone donations were part of a drive at SpringHaven for which they receive funds for turning in used cell phones, and the toys were collected for children staying at the shelter during Christmas.