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Today's Features

  • Meet six-year-old Jimmy.  He likes to climb all over furniture, run around and often speaks out of turn.  
    His mom reports that she is worn out because Jimmy just won’t mind.  
    His teacher says that Jimmy doesn’t pay attention in class and won’t finish his assignments.  
    Is he just a stubborn six-year-old boy with lots of energy or does he have a true disorder that needs medical treatment?  

  • Elias Jay-Landon Griffon Downey was crowned the 2015 Little Mr. Eminence Day, according to Michele Thompson.

  • “You just need to try harder!”
    Has anyone ever said that to you?
    It doesn’t always work. I would have loved being one of those guys who played basketball, baseball and football.
    Actually, I did . . . in backyards and driveways.
    When it came to playing on our school teams, I lacked the coordination to play basketball or baseball.
    All the “try-harder” I could muster was not enough.

  • Edmond and Ruth Rockwell

     

  • Air Force Airman Travis J. Bell graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
    The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.
    Bell is the son of Joseph and Tonia Bell of Eminence and a 2015 graduate of Eminence High School.

  • Lois James will celebrate her 90th birthday on Aug, 22 from 2 to 5 p.m. at Campbellsburg Baptist Church.The family requests no gifts, just your presence and memories.
     

  • Sports these days have become a year-round endeavor.  
    There is more and more pressure for our children to be the best.  This often means starting organized sports at the age of three or younger and a push to “specialize” or choose a single sport at a young age.  
    As a pediatrician I get a variety of questions from parents on the best way to help children master skills, build strength and prevent injuries in sports. This discussion often leads to the question “When can my child start lifting weights?”

  • By Jennifer Grove

  • The Henry Central Class of 1955 celebrated their 60th reunion together at Our Best Restaurant on Saturday, June 27.   Those present included, from left, back row, W. T Bennett, James Foster, Gene Garrett, David Jones, Lewis Jones, C. M. Browning and John Owen Adams; and, front, teacher Jane Thurman, Patsy Sevier and June Smith.