Today's News

  • Radcliff police locate man wanted on meth charges



    RADCLIFF — A Hardin County man wanted for his alleged involvement in two meth lab fires in the last few weeks was arrested around 4 p.m. Friday afternoon walking the streets of Radcliff.

    George Richard Houser, 30, was wanted in connection with a Feb. 25 meth fire on Georgetown Road in Elizabethtown and one a few days later at the Radcliff Inn.

  • March 12, 2010: Services

    Ruth P. Hornback, 65, of Elizabethtown died Tuesday, March 9, 2010. A memorial service is at 2 p.m. today at Extended Hands Church, 610 N. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown.

  • March 12, 2010: Obituaries

    Francis ‘Frank’ Walden Cook

    Francis “Frank” Walden Cook, 77, of Munfordville, passed away Wednesday, March 10, 2010, in Elizabethtown.

  • Retired florist wins first "Ordinary" award



    ELIZABETHTOWN — Quiet good deeds sometimes are recognized with noise.

    The noise on Thursday was applause for retired florist Dick Thompson. He was the recipient of the local chamber of commerce’s first Ordinary Citizens Who Make an Extraordinary Difference in Our Communities award.

  • Clarification: Poster story


    An article in Sunday's edition of The News-Enterprise had incorrect information provided through a Web site. Poster Compliance Center is not affiliated with Michigan Labor Law Poster Service.  

  • March 12, 2010: Our readers write

    Fiscally fine

  • Most Wanted meth cook ID'd

    How to help

    Anyone with knowledge of Houser’s whereabouts can contact the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force office at (270) 769-0694.

    Anonymous tips also can be phoned in to Hardin County Crime Stoppers at (800) 597-8123.

    Crime Stoppers pays cash awards of up to $1,000 for tips leading to the arrest and conviction of criminals.



  • The buck stuffed here



    GLENDALE – As a little girl, Alicia Love wanted to be an artist; then she aspired to be a veterinarian.

    As a grown-up, Love combined the two pursuits. Now she’s an award-winning taxidermist.

    She recently took home some top honors from the National Wild Turkey Federation’s Grand National Taxidermy Contest and has won blue ribbons for previous work.

    Not many women enter the Wild Turkey Federation contest, Special Events Coordinator Karen Cavender said.

  • Feb. 21, 2010 editorial: Patton Museum's future is secure

    Let's make this simple and exceptionally clear.

    Some historic tanks and armor exhibits on display at Fort Knox will be leaving soon. The Patton Museum is not leaving. In fact, it's new focus on leadership carries with it a fresh infusion of ideas and interest.

    The Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor has become the Gen. George S. Patton Museum. About 230 pieces of antiquated armor will begin moving south to become part of a new museum being established at Fort Benning, Ga.

  • Feb. 16: Our Readers Write

    Honor students deserve celebration I enjoyed the article and photos in The News-Enterprise on Sunday, Feb. 7, regarding the honor roll celebration at North Hardin (“Applauding honor roll students”). Thanks for covering this great event. What a wonderful idea from the Commitment Committee at North Hardin High School. The idea to promote excellent grades was evident at the