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Today's Features

  • Quentin Ray Suter announces the birth of his brother, Waylon Van Suter, born March 12, 2013 at Baptist East Hospital in Louisville. He  weighed 7 pounds 8 ½ ounces and was 20 ½ inches long.

    Parents are Jeremy and Kassie Suter of Port Royal.

    Grandparents are Wendell and Kathy Hawkins of Port Royal, Mike and Bonnie Suter, Westport; Wayne and Donna Beckley, Pleasureville.

    Great-grandparents are Charlie Frazier, Carrollton; Garnett and Esther Suter, Lexington; and Bobby and Sue Kelley, Smithfield.
     

  • Gene and Frances Ann Bennett of New Castle celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary on March 14, 2013. Gene is the son of the late Mack and Ailene Bennett and Frances Ann is the daughter of the late John and Lucille Willoughby.
    Gene and Frances Ann have three daughters and four grandsons.
     

  • Jessie Danielle Boyer and Cody Lee Carver were united in marriage at 6 p.m. March 22, 2013, at the Bloomfield Harvest Church in Bloomfield, Ind.
    The bride is the daughter of Teresa Lynn Ratcliffe, Bloomfield, Ind. and Brent Lee Boyer, Turners Station.
    The groom is the son of Bobbi Ann and Joseph Robert Jones, Coal City, Ind.
    The couple will reside in Coal City, Ind.

  • Jerra Beth Sharp announces the birth of her brother, Cash Allen Sharp, born March 18, 2013, at Norton Suburban Hospital in Louisville. He weighed 7 pounds and 6 ounces and was 20 ½ inches long.

    Parents are Jerry Jr. and Bethany Sharp of Campbellsburg.

    Grandparents are Roger and Iva O’Nan, Campbellsburg, and Jerry Sr. and Betty Sharp, Drennon.

  • Nolan Payton, son of Todd Payton and Jennifer Thomas, both of Eminence, celebrated his first birthday with family and friends on Friday, March 1, 2013.
    Grandparents are Debbie Thomas, Pleasureville, and Betty Mae Evans, New Castle.
    Great grandparents are Maurice Payton and the late Minnie Payton.

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    200 Years Ago

    On March 1, 1813, George Scott was appointed guardian of Robert Tucker, Jacob Tucker and John Tucker, infant heirs of John Tucker (deceased) by the County Court.   Mr. Scott was required by law to post a bond of $500 to assure the Court that he would faithfully maintain the obligations of guardianship.  James Tucker and Thomas Tingle signed Mr. Scott’s bond as his surety.

     

    175 Years Ago

  • 200 Years Ago

    John Jones, Clerk of the Henry County Court, was allowed $2.37 for apprehending John Montgomery on a charge of felony and summoning three witnesses in behalf of the Commonwealth.

    At the February term of the County Court, Edmund Searcy was appointed to check the weights and scales at Sullinger’s Warehouse.

  • George and Midge Cox of Pendleton announce the engagement  and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Jane Cox to Kip Mayhew Stutterheim, son of John and Kathy Stutterheim, Milford, Michigan.
    The bride to be is a graduate of the University of Louisivlle and Union University. She is employed by Anesthesia Associates of Louisivlle.
    The groom to be is a graduate of Michigan State University and is employed by The Atlas Companies, Louisville.

  • Mike and Danielle McKee of Eminence announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Micah Kristin McKee of Eminence to Shawn Oesterritter of Eastwood, son of John and Madalyn Oesterritter, of Eastwood.
    The bride-elect is a 2008 graduate of Henry CountyHigh School and currently attends Sullivan University. She is currently employed at First You Medical Center.
    The groom-elect is a 2004 graduate of Trinity High School and a 2006 graduate of Jefferson Community College. He currently farms cattle, hay and grain.

  • There are many gifts that we give to our families throughout our lives – time, love, money, attention; the list goes on and on.  One of the most valuable gifts we can give our families is to have a living will.
    I remember when my grandparents had failing health, and my family was caring for them.  They had living wills and had taken the time to let each of us know how they wanted to spend the final weeks and days of their lives.