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  • Former English school students planning reunion

    Landmark News Service

    Students who went to the English School for any length of time are invited to a reunion-planning meeting to try to reconstruct the timeline and friendships of a bygone era.

    Sue Leite, a student there from 1950 to 1958, is spearheading the reunion and will hold the fourth planning meeting at 1 p.m., Sept. 19, at the school building.

  • Where the sidewalk... ... crumbles?

    General Manager

    In some places along Main Street in Pleasureville, grass grows up between sidewalk panels. In other places, the sidewalk is sunken, or cracked and falling away.

    City officials aren’t sure just how old the sidewalks are, but Mayor Rodney Young estimates some portions date back to the 1950s and 1960s.

  • Tindall attends clerks institute

    Campbellsburg’s City Clerk, Tish Tindall, attended the 30th annual Kentucky Municipal Clerks Certification Institute for Municipal Clerks, Deputy Clerks and Assistant Clerks who continue to meet the educational requirements leading toward certification. The KMCI was held in Lexington July 27-31 at the Crowne Plaza.

     

  • Three arrested in meth lab bust

    General Manager

    Three adults have been arrested and charged in connection with a small, working meth lab near New Castle.

    Joseph E. Foree, 29, and Sandy Wentworth, 28, both of 3568 Campbellsburg Road, were arrested Monday, Aug. 24 at their home.

    Also arrested was Joseph A. Callis, 29, of 348 S. Property Road, New Castle, who was at the Campbellsburg Road residence at the time of the bust.

  • Library hosting open house Sept. 3

    General Manager

    For the first time in many years, the Henry County Public Library will hold an open house.

    Slated for Thursday, Sept. 3., the event is designed to promote the variety of adult and children’s programming at the library, and will include door prizes and snacks.

    The Kentucky Historical Society will be on hand with their Images of the South exhibit, and will hold a special story time at 6 p.m.

    Organizers Suzanne Kirk and Julia Turpin also hope to have a display of local artwork on hand.

  • Going once, going twice, sold!

    Staff writer/photographer

    Becky Roberts of Eminence was so pumped for another evening of bidding and buying, she showed up at Mike Shaw’s auction house by 2:30 Thursday afternoon. The auction started at 6 p.m.

    Roberts admits she is hooked.

    “I’ve bought a refrigerator, a great front-loading washer/dryer set, dishes,” she said, “and I got a gorgeous organ last week.” To the obvious question, oh do you play, she answered ... “well, no.”

  • Council sets new limit on Lou

    General Manager

    One month after agreeing to step up enforcement of the speed limit on Lou Avenue, the Eminence City Council voted to up the street’s speed limit.

    Set at 15 miles per hour more than one year ago, the council set the street’s limit at 25 miles per hour during its meeting last week.

    A representative from the housing authority, Glenda Lucas, wrote a letter to the council requesting the limit be increased from 15 to 25.

  • Salvation Army to hold kettle drive at DQ Bowl

    General Manager

    Don’t adjust your calendar, thermostat or watch if you head for this weekend’s Dairy Queen Bowl at Henry County High School.

    In addition to football, football and more football, attendees will see something generally reserved for November and December — Salvation Army collection kettles.

    Yes, it’s still August.

  • ‘A gift from God’

    Staff writer/photographer

    Pastors at Drennon Christian (Disciples of Christ) Church have ministered to its flock since 1862. Just eight weeks ago members welcomed a new clergyman into their fold.

    Reverend Corey Beatty came to the small historic church by way of Louisville’s Northeast Christian Church, which had a congregation of about 3,000, and La Grange Christian Church where he was being groomed as associate pastor for its 100 members. Around 35 souls call Drennon Christian Church home.

  • The people’s exhibit: Kentucky River history

    Staff writer/photographer

    Though no travel has been allowed on the Kentucky River in Henry County since 1985, some of the river’s bustling past is preserved at the Henry County Historical Society.